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Global Partners

The Liberti Churches are not simply concerned with compassion and care here in our local region. We believe that the joy and peace of Christ is good news for all people. We believe that we are called to partner with churches overseas for our mutual encouragement and help in growing as followers of Jesus Christ. Our priorities for overseas partnerships include:

  1. Being involved at the invitation of local peoples
  2. Planting churches
  3. Emphasizing parts of the world where there is no active church presence

Liberti Church partners with the following global ministries of mercy:

Scott and Angela Zeller in Dubai, UAE
Scott and Angela Zeller
live and serve in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Scott serves as one of the pastors of Redeemer Dubai, a sister church in both the Acts 29 and Redeemer City-to-City networks. Redeemer Dubai serves a diverse congregation comprised of more than 60 people groups and, by God’s grace, has been able to help raise up, equip, and send out multiple church planters in both the UAE and other places in the Middle East. Scott also serves as the director of the Middle East Region for the Acts 29 Network where he seeks to develop partnerships and identify, assess, train and mobilize churches and church planters in some of the least-reached parts of the world. You can learn more about supporting the Zellers at their website.

Water is Basic
Water is Basic catalyzes local, sustainable solutions to the local 
water crisis; providing clean, safe water in the villages where people live.

OUR MISSION: We aim to put clean, safe water within reasonable access for every person in South Sudan.

OUR HISTORY: Water is Basic is a borehole drilling organization in the Republic of South Sudan birthed and led by Sudanese religious leaders in response to the country’s water crisis. It is a Sudanese solution to a Sudanese problem.

Water is Basic was founded in 2006 after religious leaders from across all of Sudan came together with one goal, to help their people during the six-year Comprehensive Peace Agreement. The #1 goal from the gathering was to provide clean water as quickly as possible to as many people as possible.

We finished our first well in 2008 and since then have installed 500 and restored 75 more. Total investment has grown to over $5 million for equipment, local salaries, training, and supplies. Water is Basic was formed as a U.S. 501(c)(3) organization in 2012 to support these efforts in South Sudan.

Our vision is that every person in South Sudan has access to clean, safe water. To date, we have brought clean water to ten percent of the total population of South Sudan. 

We also share our experience and expertise in developing sustainable local solutions to local water problems with other organizations working in other African countries. Check out their website to learn more about this ministry.

ALARM stands for African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries. We are African-led and African-staffed.

We develop servant leaders who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice in the African nations of Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.

Our Mission: ALARM develops servant leaders in the African Church and community who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice.

Our Method: We train and equip African leaders, providing them with the tools, knowledge, and skills needed to rewrite the stories of African families, communities, and nations.

Our Motivation: Being reconciled to God—through Christ—motivates us to empower African leaders to be agents of reconciliation in their communities. Check out ALARM’s website for more information.

Members of Liberti, please contact us if you are interested in serving in one of these international ministries, or if you would like the church to explore involvement in other global ministries.