Sara Ferguson

Career missionary since 2018 to the Tai-Kadai of Southeast Asia.

The very word “Missionary” stirred my heart as a child. Listening to Eric B Hare’s stories, and reading accounts by countless other missionaries were life-changing. Very early I decided to be a missionary doctor when I grew up. But life didn’t go as planned, and my dreams of overseas mission service slowly faded. Still a missionary at heart, I viewed my work, wherever it was, as my mission field. As a supporter of front line missionaries, I looked forward to reading about “my missionaries” in each month’s AFM magazine. The day before Thanksgiving 2017, I accepted a call to move from support team member to front line missions. Thank you for partnering with me as I make plans to share Jesus’ love with the Tai-Kadai.

Frontier Stories

The Funeral

The seeds of God’s love, planted by Sister Nona’s life and watered by the church members’ outpouring of love at her funeral, have resulted in new life.

By: Sara Ferguson
September 01 2020, 9:01 am | Comments 0

Look Up

As I drove back home, I reflected on the wonders of nature, God’s second book. I was particularly impressed by the lesson I had learned that morning from the yellow bittern. “Lord, when I’m overwhelmed by life and faced with fears, help me to instinctively look up and keep looking to You until the danger passes.”

By: Sara Ferguson
June 01 2020, 3:09 pm | Comments 0

IT Snapshots

Lin’s aging computer, which froze up and crashed regularly, had sole access to the accounting software.

By: Sara Ferguson
February 01 2020, 2:00 pm | Comments 0

Lex

We dream of Lex becoming passionate about inviting his friends to come with him on his journey to know God. Please join our team in praying for Lex.

By: Sara Ferguson
December 01 2019, 4:10 pm | Comments 0

Stories Told,  Stories Remembered

I silently praised God for the wonderful student missionaries who have let God work through them this year to be the only Bible many of these students have ever seen. Thank you God for the stories told and the stories remembered.

By: Sara Ferguson
September 01 2019, 1:28 pm | Comments 0

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