Services: IDES provides many services to individuals all around the world. We categorize our services among the following: Evangelism: IDES channels funds through Christian Churches/Churches of Christ missionaries and congregations to offer help (benevolent assistance) and hope (the saving message of Jesus Christ) to a hurting and lost world. All benevolent aid is given for the purpose to have the opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Disaster: IDES seeks to help victims of man-made or natural disasters by providing for their immediate basic needs and assisting them in rebuilding their lives.Hunger: IDES is committed to helping victims of malnutrition caused by man-made or natural disasters.
Development: Development projects are to empower people to not become dependent on IDES or other organizations to provide for their basic needs. It is a hand up and not just a handout.
Hunger: IDES is committed to helping victims of malnutrition caused by man-made or natural disasters.Development: Development projects are to empower people to not become dependent on IDES or other organizations to provide for their basic needs. It is a hand up and not just a handout.Medical:
IDES attempts to help out missionaries or members of their immediate family to receive emergency medical treatment if they lack the financial resources. Plus provide medicines, medical equipment or supplies for temporary health clinics sponsored by a missionary or mission organization.
Medical: IDES attempts to help out missionaries or members
The mission of the IU Student Foundation is to create student leadership opportunities by conducting campus events that raise funding for working student scholarships; as well as guide the undergraduate student toward recognition and appreciation of his or her future role as a meaningful, supportive Indiana University alumnus.
Person to Person Ministries exists to help individual Christians mature in their faith, to help the body of Christ maintain the faith, and to help win the lost to Christ. We accomplish this by: Assisting the church to fulfill God's plan for evangelism. Assisting the church to develop leaders for today and tomorrow. Assisting the church to equip the saints for works of service. Assisting the church in teaching God's people His word more fully. Assisting the church through encouragement and fellowship. Assisting the church in leading God's people in their walk with Him.
is a registered nurse, Judy's primary responsibilities will be in the mission clinics to do health care among the Gumuz and Oromo people in western Ethiopia. Judy received her nursing degree from the I.U. School of Nursing with special interest in maternal/child care. Judy also graduated from the Tulane University of Public Health and Tropical Medicine program in December 1999.After 25 years of nursing, she found God calling her in a new direction. Following a trip to Ethiopia, she was convicted to serve the physically and spiritually poor cross-culturally. Judy went to Ethiopia in the fall of 2000..
Our mission is clear, "We are a Christ-centered ministry who trains and then releases people around the world to develop ministries that spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ".
Bryantsville Hunger Relief Project exists to help provide food to the “poorest of the poor” people in third world or disaster-ravaged countries by supplying High-Lysine corn for distribution by various relief agencies. BHRP is a non-profit Christian agency, staffed entirely by unpaid, volunteer labor. The project has been active since 1985, and has sent out more than 123,000 bags of corn to destinations all over the world, in the name of Jesus.
Ivory Coast Christian Mission
Bob & Connie Sheffler
Alexander Christian Foundation, Inc. A unique Christian non-profit organization begun in 1964 for the purpose of helping Christian young people who have a strong desire to serve in ministry and plan to attend Bible College. It was the dream a leader in one of our area Christian churches, Bill Duncan, and with the help of two of his preacher friends, Bruce Miller & Ken Arnold, a plan was developed whereby Christians could invest in the education of young people through a foundation titled "Alexander" because of what the name represents, "helper". Up to twenty-five directors guide the Foundation.
Founded in 1924, Cincinnati Christian University is composed of the Graduate Seminary, the Undergraduate College, and the College of Adult Learning. Through the prayerful and financial support of individuals and churches, CCU is proud to offer relevant programs equipping thousands to reach millions.
Founded in 1893, Johnson Bible College is the second oldest continuing Bible College in America. While having a long and rich heritage, God recently blessed JBC with some of the most dramatic growth and expansion in the College’s history. President Emeritus David Eubanks recently said, “I believe the best days of Johnson Bible College are ahead.”
Lawrence InterFaith Endeavor (L.I.F.E.)
LIFE may provide emergency assistance to Lawrence County families in need in the form of food, shelter, utilities and other assistance as available. Budget counseling and information & referral services may also be available. The goal of the LIFE program is to encourage and to enable families to become self-sufficient. LIFE members are Christians from the churches and other Christian organizations in Lawrence County. We are a 501 c (3) non-profit organization that assists low-income families in acquiring food, paying rent or mortgage, and utility bills in emergencies. We have a furniture bank and a back-to-school program, as well.
Welcome to the Wonder Valley Camp web page. We offer camps for kindergartners through graduating seniors. There's regular camp opportunities, and there are also wilderness camps with tents and cooking your own food, Handicamp for the physically and mentally challenged, Happy Day camp for the little guys, and over night, two day, three day, and all week experiences for the older ones. If you have questions about the camp you can email the Camp's Director Dan Owsley at, email@example.com.
OZARK CHRISTIAN COLLEGE has a sharply focused educational mission. For over sixty eight years, the college has produced thousands of outstanding Christian leaders. In 48 states and 40 countries worldwide, OCC's former students and graduates are in the front line of international and national world changers. In growing numbers, missionaries, various kinds of ministers, musicians, preachers, teachers, counselors, and writers are being generated from the OCC campus to give genuine spiritual leadership to this and future generations.
Thy Will Ministries Just a little bit about "Thy Will Ministries" if you have never met us. We are Pete and Kim Kemp. We have been serving the LORD full time here on the White Mtn. of AZ working on the Apache Indian Reservation sharing the LOVING, SAVING, GRACE of JESUS CHRIST. We have been visiting the Apache jail and the Apache Rehab center for several years sharing CHRIST'S LOVE. We are part of a team that started the first CHRISTIAN Church on the reservation. We have been holding services since June of 2004