FUM News Blog

Kira Young to be Manager of Financial Services

We are pleased to announce that Kira Young has joined the FUM team as our Manager of Financial Services at the Richmond office. She started her work on August 19th, and is being trained by Barbara Smith, our outgoing Financial Manager.

Read More

A New Principal for Belize Friends School

After seventeen years with Belize Friends School, Candi Young left her position as Principal at the end of the last academic year, and Liz Ayuso, Clerk of the School Board, has announced that the Board has hired Frank Tench as the next Principal.

Read More

Tickets Bought—Nikki Holland Begins Service in Belize

We are so happy to announce that Nikki Holland and her family are going to Belize on time, because of the incredible generosity of so many of you! Over the last few weeks and months, you have responded to the clear evidence of God’s anointing in Nikki’s life, and together we have met the fundraising goal that will allow her to begin her ministry in Belize on schedule.

Read More

Why Nikki? Why August 15th?

I’m convinced that Nikki Holland is the person God has anointed for the unique role of Director of Belize Friends Ministries. Nikki has a teachable spirit and a caring heart, making her an excellent fit for the work of shepherding and encouraging our gifted ministry team in Belize and helping each one of them unleash the full flowering of their giftedness in mission. Nikki has extensive international and cross-cultural experience and is a professional writer. Most important of all, she loves Jesus and seeks, with radiant energy, to live each day in faithfulness to God’s call in her life and in obedience to what God is doing in her community.

Read More

Nikki Holland on Facebook Live

Did you catch Nikki Holland and Emily Provance on Facebook Live? If you missed it, click the link to check it out.

Read More

Godly Partnership

I just came from what may have been the best board meeting of my life. Three months ago, I shared with you all the story of Moses and the parting of the Red Sea, in which God worked a miracle but only after Moses lifted his walking stick. The Bible is full of stories like this. Jesus asked the blind man to wash in the river, asked the servants to fill the wine jugs with water, asked the little boy to give over his bread and fish—again and again, we see the theme: God works miracles, if we do our part.

Read More