I have known Neil Anderson for several years and have supported his ministry because he goes into areas of the world that many will not go. I personally have ministered in India and am aware of the great need for the gospel to go forth in third world countries and countries that are not open to Christianity. The Sowers ministry does this and helps many who need food and clothing.
We have in the past two years become acquainted with Neil Anderson and Sowers Ministry. We are a missions minded church and have been very involved with Missions since our beginning in 1995. Therefore we know how to evaluate missions endeavors. Sowers ministries in our opinion is one of the tops for reaching out to those who have not heard the gospel in foreign lands. We have recently become acquainted with his family and it reemphasized the value of this ministry to us. All of his children are missions minded. He is also active in ministry efforts locally. We feel very fortunate to have this ministry available to us to put resources into it. We are at present seeking to increase our giving and ask you to pray about this for you and/or your ministry.
It has been a pleasure knowing Neil Anderson to see his passion, his love, and compassion for people all over the world. To see Sowers Ministry at work in many countries. Many widows, orphans, and others who need assistance have been helped through this ministry. Neil and I have spent hours in prayer. His heart is very evident a heart that beats with the love of God and for others.
We started to support the Sowers Ministry in 1991 because of the way they assisted the native missionary. Native workers helping pastors get teaching materials & Bibles. We felt it was a better use of money because it cut down on the expenses of having to train a foreigner to work in another country. I made my first trip to China in 2001 & have traveled 7 times to China since. I work along side TSM workers, training leaders, teaching in underground churches & distributing Bibles. Locally I keep Christians informed of the needs of the underground church in China & in other areas of Asia.