Missions We Support
They have built a resource center in the middle of the dump community to tutor children, hold bible studies and just to be a place of peace in the middle of the chaos. They are also sponsoring many children of the dump community to go to private Christian schools.
Their mission statement is: We believe that with faith in God and help from others, people can break the cycle of poverty and lack of education to change their future and the futures of their children.
Joel Juarez, Guatemala City
Camino Global - Texas
Scott & Ruth Yingling
Camino Global - Mexico
Alan & Beth McManus
Campus Crusade for Christ
Their goal is to attempt to give each student an opportunity to hear and respond to the Gospel. They offer Bible studies and English classes, provide English language partners, host weekend outreaches and disciple young believers.
Jay & Kelly Reapsome, State College, PA
Capital Area Pregnancy Centers
In 2010, CARES expanded their services to meet the needs of the community. This time the need was a “day center” or the Resource Center. This building is a place for the guests of CARES to shower, to do laundry, to receive mail, to cook, and to rest when they are ill. It is also a place where the guests meet with their supportive services coordinator. It is a place for our guest to call home.
Shari Bellish, Carlisle
Carlisle Truck Stop Ministry
Brian Sauder, Manheim, PA
His Hands Auto Repair Ministry
George Young, Carlisle
The Joseph Project
The Joseph Project distributes aid to individuals through their growing network of independent local centers and reputable social welfare organizations across the nation. Beneficiaries include single parent families, rehab centers, orphanages, hospitals, congregations, schools, nursing homes, soup kitchens and more.
James M. Schutz
Miracle Mountain Ranch
Matt Cox, Spring Creek, PA
In 1998, Project HOPE was established after a group of friends felt God calling them to help the poor in Nicaragua. The founding directors had been traveling to Nicaragua for a few years, but felt called to do more than build homes and return to the United States. There was a need to share the Gospel with the people of Nicaragua.
Project HOPE’s very humble beginning consisted of the directors and their wives traveling to Nicaragua and slowly others joined. Some trips consisted of camping in the mountains and bathing in the river. God has blessed Project HOPE greatly. Nearly 1,000 people travel with Project HOPE each year. A full-functioning base camp, HOPE Central Nicaragua was built in 2006. In 2015, construction was completed at HOPE Central Haiti. Both facilities serve as a headquarters for our in-country staff and housing for short-term mission teams.
Their vision for the Isaan of Thailand is to make disciples who make disciples, resulting in a movement of healthy, reproducing churches.
Tony & Heather Book
Son Power Ministries
Pete & Fran Einstein, Carlisle, PA
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