Niños de México is a non-profit mission organization directly supported by churches and individuals throughout the United States.
The Greater Mexico City Area is one of the largest urban areas in the world with population estimates ranging from 19.2 million to some 30 million people. In this city alone, there are hundreds of thousands of street children. Some have been orphaned. Others have been abandoned. Still, others are abused. All need the love of Jesus.
Three Angels Children’s Relief is a ministry that serves orphans and at-risk families in Haiti. Our mission is to help children in Haiti escape poverty so that they may experience God’s love, become part of a healthy home, and grow into who they are called to be. Our approach involves serving both orphans and at-risk families with programs aimed at sustainable change. Our vision is that every child in Haiti would have the opportunity to live in a healthy home either in Haiti or abroad.
We believe in a holistic approach to ministry. Our aim is to see people transformed by the grace of Jesus Christ through our evangelistic efforts, but we also believe we must enrich people’s lives and society through education and empowerment. This strategy allows for holistic transformation of a person’s heart, mind, and soul.
Ray and Pam Trantham have been living and working in Odessa, Ukraine as full-time missionaries since 1995. Our main work is that of training national leaders for ministry by teaching at Odessa Theological Seminary.
Jesse and Cynthia Frame.
Founded in 1989, New Mission Systems International (NMSI) was one family’s dream to assist Russian pastors in planting churches and discipling new believers. Building on this foundation, NMSI continues to join with God in what He is already doing to foster the church and believers globally. Over the past 25 years NMSI missionaries have lived out the gospel message in over 39 countries, touching hundreds and thousands of individual’s lives. By God’s grace and faithfulness NMSI missionaries and their faithful supporters, the vision and mission of NMSI to transform lives and communities continues to expand.
North Florida Christian Service Camp and its staff seek to create an atmosphere that helps both youth and adults to focus their attention on the Lord Jesus Christ. Our programming is geared toward helping people make a decision to become a Christian as well as building Christians up in faith. This is achieved through accurate study and application of the written word of God and through living examples of committed Christ-like staff. By design, North Florida Christian Service Camp is a cooperative effort with churches, families and individuals of the north Florida area. This camp is a ministry tool to be used of God, to bring about growth and maturity in the lives of his people. This spirit of cooperation is evident not only in our summer program but also in year-round efforts for North Florida Christian Service Camp.
Palmetto House, with its forty-eight rooms, is the largest temporary housing facility in Volusia and Flagler Counties. Its purpose is to facilitate the movement of homeless individuals to permanent housing within a reasonable amount of time (usually 24 months). Temporary housing is primarily designed to serve homeless individuals in accordance with HUD’s Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD) programs or functions. Supportive services provided to clients are case management, goal setting, counseling, life skills, alcohol/drug abuse services, mental health service referrals, other related health services referrals, Embassy of Hope assistance, Adult Basic Education, GED, HUD Certified Credit Counseling, Money Management workshop, Small Business Development classes, and permanent housing assistance. Drug screening is mandatory prior to entry and random thereafter. Participants must comply with strict house rules and make progress in meeting their established goals.
Formerly Florida Christian College, Johnson University Florida is part of the Johnson University System and is accredited by SACSCOC and ABHE. JUFL offers bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D., and associate’s programs across three campuses – in East Tennessee, Central Florida, and online. Each campus reflects the University’s mission to equip individuals for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations to extend the kingdom of God.
The American Indian Christian Mission was founded in 1969 out of concern for the spiritual needs of Native American people. At that time, Vacation Bible Schools were held on the Navajo and Hopi reservations in the state of Arizona. The Lord continued to open the doors for the ministry. Land was purchased near Show Low and a boarding school for Indian children was started in 1985. AICM exists to “Evangelize and Equip Native Americans for Christ.”