138 retirees with more than 5,000 years of service in at least 22 different countries… all living at NTM Homes. Read our recent newsletter to find out the needs these retirees have for staff to care for them ...
From a Marine fighting for his life in Korea to a missionary taking part in seeing lost souls won for Christ in the jungles of Brazil, Jack (and his wife Barbara) have left quite a legacy. Read ...
Any door that God opens is an opportunity to serve Him. What doors are in front of you? How will you serve Him today?
NTM Homes is home to many retired Ethnos360 missionaries. It takes a dedicated team to care for all of our people. This video highlights what it takes to serve those who have given their lives to the Lord ...
The NTM Homes family is looking for people to partner with them in both praying for staff needs and in joining the team that are serving retired missionaries.
- Escape Room … Nov 21, 2019Our seniors this semester have been raising funds for the translation, revision and printing of the Guahibo bible in Colombia, South America. One of the fund-raisers was an Escape Room. Our group was awesome. It was neat seeing how we worked as a team in following the clues to formulate a plan of escape but […]Jared and Diana Jantz
- MPD Progress Nov 21, 2019In many ways, it feels like this has been a really long process. Traveling, meeting new people, sharing with churches and individuals, keeping up with communication, and so much more has gone into the last 8 months of Partnership Development. But the cool thing is, when I take a step back and look at all […]Tyler Sanford
- Thankful for God’s Blessings Nov 21, 2019We are getting into the holiday season here in the Philippines. No snow here to remind us it is getting closer to Christmas, but Christmas decorations are out everywhere. True to the spirit here, we have decorations up in our house. Some of our fall decor is competing with Christmas decorations, but will soon be […]Walter and Cheryl Spicer
NTM Homes exists to provide attractive, affordable, efficient, and economical housing for retired (and eligible) Ethnos360 missionaries. This facility and its staff endeavor to provide a nurturing and caring environment, attempting to meet both the physical and spiritual needs of its residents.