Ministry Reports

Recent Baptisms in Nepal

Below is a report that was sent to us from some of our disciples in Nepal. They are traveling to unreached areas in the mountains of Nepal to make and baptize disciples! The area of Manang in Nepal is severely unreached. 19 out of the 20 people groups in Manang are unreached. The largest religion…

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Disciple-Making Training Testimonies

We love to give away the Keystone Project training in as many ways as possible. We believe that if we sow sparingly, we will reap sparingly. But if we sow generously, we will harvest bountifully. One of the greatest joys in this work is to hear the stories of how our training has impacted the…

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We Are Now ECFA Accredited!

After much hard work the Keystone Project is now accredited by the ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.) This is a huge milestone in the life of our young organization and represents our commitment to financial integrity and stewardship. ECFA accreditation is based on the ECFA Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™, including financial accountability, transparency,…

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A Multiplication Movement in a Surprising Place…

As the Keystone Project Program Director, I serve as a resource person to our various trainers and movement leaders. I am hoping to begin sharing short stories on a more regular basis from the reports that I get from leaders around the world. Below is a excerpt from a recent prayer letter of one of…

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Bushwhacking for Jesus in Liberia

After a 24 hour, uneventfull flight through Paris and Conakry, we arrived in Monrovia, Liberia Friday evening. We were met by Kim Smith, Keystone grad, missionary, and head of Wordsowers Liberia, and SIM leader and Keystone grad, Alfred Varney. Marge and Will did a program with about 100 children in the afternoon, and we picked up supplies and met with…

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Global Mission Report (Fall 2012)

This year was a critical one for the Keystone Project as we continued to train and coach indigenous missionary leaders in the nations. We were able to penetrate several previously unreached people groups in Ethiopia, extend the mission to the difficult state of Bihar in India with the training and development of missionaries there, and…

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Documentary of the Houston Team

The Keystone Project Houston Team was recently featured in a a documentary being produced by the Following Jesus Project. This team of missionaries has embedded within the refugee cultures of Houston, Texas and is seeking to launch a disciple-making movement.

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Houston Team June 2012 Update

Introducing the Keystone Project Houston Team From the team leader: In March we finally got located into our apt. in the Sharpstown area of Houston. After moving our stuff down in a 6×12 trailer in January, we spent time in prayer and research and ended up in a region of the city with more than…

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A House for God’s Name!

By Richard Greene, Keystone Project President The vision and mission of the Keystone Project is to establish God’s kingdom (or rule) by facilitating the launching of movements of multiplying disciples, especially among the most unreached and unengaged people groups in the world. This vision and mission has taken us to many nations with a strategic…

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Sponsor the Training of a Majority World Pastor

The Keystone Project will be hosting a 4-week leadership training this summer. Every leader attending the training is responsible to pay for their own airfare to and from the event but it is our prayer that we will be able to give scholarships to cover room and board for those leaders coming from majority world…

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