Based in Charlotte, NC, Rick and Diana work in Kenya, Sudan, and Myanmar, throughout the year. They serve as project developers for World Venture, developing projects such as Children of Promise in both Myanmar and Kenya, businesses in Myanmar for pastors and mobile missionaries.
Campus Ambassadors is a Christian ministry at Hartwick College and Oneonta State, dedicated to supporting and building up Christian students, and reaching out to the many students who do not know the Lord.Towards these ends we have a weekly dinner and fellowship gathering on Wednesday evenings.
Rooted in scripture, Awana ministries instill kids with a strong biblical foundation. Our curriculum and teaching weave five biblical character traits into kids’ hearts. Kids from age 2 to sixth grade develop respect for God, wisdom from His word and grace in all relationships.
The Christian Embassy of Canada, a division of Power to Change Ministries (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ in Canada). We are a ministry of evangelism and discipleship making Christ known to Canadian Government leaders, foreign diplomats and business executives. Our mission is to “Inspire leaders with the person and values of Jesus.” Our vision is […]
Paul has come alongside Missions Door minister Tim Stewart to reinforce the discipleship and counseling efforts because the need is so great among the students at The University at Buffalo. Tim and Paul work together to help students come into a living relationship with God and grow in applying their faith on campus.
Our promise to “the Valley” and surrounding communities is to be an abiding life-giving presence. By “abide” we mean to live alongside our neighbors. In “life-giving” we mean to give testimony of our own relationship with Jesus Christ and live out good for the glory of God in our community. Finally, “presence” means to be […]
Rick is the director and overseer of TeenStreet Belgium. TeenStreet is an international Christian conference for teens. TeenStreet’s purpose is to work together with the church to inspire and equip Christian young people to have a real relationship with Jesus and to reflect Him daily in their world.
The Milnes serve an East Asian community in the London area, which is made up mostly of people who come from a Hindu and Sikh background. They work in a charity store called the Asha shop, run children programs, book tables, and engage the people in their community.