Partnering with native missionaries to reach the remaining unreached…‘til all hear.
The History of BTCP — In 1988 Dennis Mock taught a conference for pastors in Mombasa, Kenya…
Blessings International heals the hurting globally and locally by providing life-saving pharmaceuticals, vitamins and medical supplies to medical mission teams, clinics and hospitals; B.I. builds healthy communities by enabling medical professionals and volunteers to effectively treat the sick and victims of endemic medical problems
Christian Aid is generally considered to be the first missionary agency to support and promote indigenous mission groups. It has been the catalyst behind the present reformation in foreign missions methodology.
The Church of God of Prophecy is a vibrant, worldwide body of believers, united in worship, working hand-in-hand to share God’s love and a message of hope to the broken-hearted. The Church of God of Prophecy has over one-and-a-half million members, worshipping in over 10,000 churches our missions in 132 nations of the world. Nearly 90% of our global membership is outside of North America.
Door of Hope International (DOHI) is a Voice and a Helping Hand to persecuted Christians worldwide. Founded by Dr. Haralan Popov who was imprisoned and tortured for his faith in Jesus Christ for 13 years in Communist Bulgaria. Since 1972, DOHI has delivered more than one million New Testaments and Bibles to Christians living under persecution and restrictions of religious freedom
INTERNATIONAL GOSPEL BROADCASTS GO WHERE MISSIONARIES CAN’T — Persecution, lack of education, and social or geographical isolation keep more than 2.7 billion people world-wide from hearing the message of Jesus.
Global Grace Fellowship has a passion to see people of all nations surrender to Jesus Christ and His life-giving grace. We do not focus on any single mission or strategy or region. Instead, we welcome any missionary with a God-given vision that advances the Great Commission.
Operation Mobilisation’s role in the Church is to mobilise people to share the knowledge of Jesus and His love with every generation in every nation.
We help Christians who are or have been, persecuted for their involvement in spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. We provide medical assistance, food, clothing, and other forms of aid.
We support Christians who are willing to invite their fellow men, even their persecutors, to Jesus Christ through faithful deeds of love in a hostile environment. We supply Bibles, literature, radios, and other evangelistic tools.
WorldVenture is people. A network of partners working together with a shared vision to see people of all nations transformed by Jesus Christ.
WorldVenture is you. Without your involvement through prayer and giving and service little could be accomplished.
WorldVenture is a community of more than 500 missionaries working in more than 65 countries around the globe.
WorldVenture is a committed staff, working from our Headquarters Office in Colorado and Church Connections Regional Offices across the United States to facilitate the work of missions and to assist churches with their worldwide vision.
The WorldVenture community also shares in a 65-year heritage of mission-minded Christians who have given of themselves to see the work of Christ advance around the world. The organization has a history in the Baptist tradition; today our staff and missionaries come from many evangelical Christian backgrounds.
Youth for Christ is a worldwide Christian movement working with young people around the globe. Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ we share the good news of God with young people.
Pray for the maintenance of religious freedom in Kazakhstan and that changes in the law will not cause more restriction on worship, evangelism, discipleship and social work done by the churches. Pray that government authorities will have wisdom and understanding and may distinguish between the positive effects of missionary activities and actual religious extremism. Pray that God will strengthen and protect church leaders and members and bring the Church to more unity and perfection through their trials. (source: WEA Religious Liberty Commission)