Andrews, Bob – Africa

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Andrews, Bob – Africa

Bob Andrews – African Bible College The purpose of my mission work is to train and equip future leaders for Liberian churches, ministries, schools, radio stations, communities and the nation at large through a quality, four-year Baccalaureate degree in Biblical Studies, Education, or Mass Communication. Regardless of their major, all students take a core curriculum of Biblical courses along with general education courses in English, mathematics, computer skills, science, and social sciences. The goal is to produce godly men and women...

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Bayer, Jennifer

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Bayer, Jennifer

Jenn Bayer Missionary Support Jennifer Bayer is involved with hospitality ministries and mentoring of young adults and students. She has extensive experience gained while working with Young Life ministry, and is currently about to become a licensed massage therapist and counselor. Budget $12,000 Category Religion – Christianity Target population Adults Single Parents Youth/Adolescents only (14 – 19...

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Benevolence

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Benevolence

Benevolence Although our core ministry has been to serve the missionaries who are serving others (both locally and globally), at times we have received and transferred funds to disaster relief efforts and to people in financial crisis. During 2013, SOCI was active in sending more than $ 10,000 of supplies to the relief of the Tacloban region in the Philippines, following the disaster of Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013. Our agents purchased and delivered water, rice, and a large number of tents, which were used as temporary housing for a...

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Bennett, John – Orphan Support Ministry

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Bennett, John – Orphan Support Ministry

John Bennett, Orphan Support Ministry A number of families in the USA are working to bring orphans from Haiti, Latvia, and other places. Madara and Baiba lead the list as two girls who came from Latvia. Their amazing progress and spiritual growth have been a blessing to many in Colorado. In the summer of ’14, the two girls returned to Latvia to serve as counselors in the very same “orphan camp” they had attended as children. The John Bennett family is now well into an adoption process we are supporting. Budget $12,000...

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Blair, Lynn

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Blair, Lynn

Lynn and Yvonne Blair Latvia projects Lynn and Yvonne have been conducting VBS ministry in Latvia since the 1990’s. Budget $4,800 Category Religion – Christianity Target population Children Only (5 – 14 years) Poor/Economically Disadvantaged Definition of short-term success 2009 was another great year for the Blairs in Latvia. As long as their health holds up, they will be going periodically. Definition of long-term success Continued involvement with the Baptist churches in Latvia, especially in Leipaija area. Program...

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Burge, Jessi

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Burge, Jessi

Jessi K. Burge – ReFined This work exists to serve, coach, and mentor young girls and women who are breaking free from the physical and emotional subjection of sexual exploitation. Budget $1,000 monthly (10 ladies per month at $100 each) Category Religion – Christianity Target population Young Girls and Women breaking free from sexual exploitation My Story After being involved with discipleship ministries for over 18 years, I felt the Holy Spirit leading me away from discipling the spiritually healthy to ministering to those who...

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Butterfly Stitchers – Yvonne T

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Butterfly Stitchers – Yvonne T

Butterfly Stitchers – Yvonne T. We believe that we were all created in the image of a creator God, and that we need to express our innate ability to create. Engaging the hands and the mind in creative endeavors has been shown time and again to relieve stress, build up our resilience and ability to bounce back from hardships, and elevate mood and emotions.

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Cazas, Michelle – Bolivia

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Cazas, Michelle – Bolivia

Michelle Cazas – Bolivia Ministry Goals At a young age, I felt compassion for the abused and imprisoned by cultural and social structures. I saw such hopelessness. As I became a Christian, I realized my responsibility to love others as I would want to be loved. This meant helping orphans, underprivileged, and women. My background volunteering in different organizations since age 14 allowed me to align the desires of my heart for justice towards women and child victims experiencing extreme poverty, sexual, psychological and physical...

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Church Construction

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Church Construction

Church Construction By the grace of God, we have helped a number of churches build simple church buildings we call chapels. Most chapels do not have plumbing and some have no electricity, but they give a church something just as important — a visible presence in their community. We work exclusively through known and trusted partners in a handful of far countries. We need more donors to fund this vital program. Contact Jim Walters at servantsintl@gmail.com if you or your small group or church is interested in learning more about how your...

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Cuen, Lindsey – Hungary

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Cuen, Lindsey – Hungary

Lindsey Cuen – Missionary to Hungary Lindsey Cuen followed the Lord’s call to serve in a local church in Hungary, currently assisting Jani Hernadi, pastor of Calvary Chapel Eger. Lindsey’s role is to come alongside church leaders and help disciple believers. Her ministry outreach includes: serving to help grow the family of God. evangelizing and discipling Hungarians to expand the body of Christ in Eger. serving as church secretary, and leading in the worship, women’s and the gypsy ministries. teaching English and...

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DeGuzman, Danzena – Aeta Pastors Support

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DeGuzman, Danzena – Aeta Pastors Support

Danzena DeGuzman’s ministry works in partnership with her father and mother, Dante and Zenida DeGuzman, who reside in the Philippines. Dante is former Chair of Immanuel Bible School. Our program provides support for Aeta pastors and supports churches in the mountainous region around Mt. Pinatubo — the volcano that erupted and closed so much of the area where 40 villages of the Aeta people group are located. The Aeta peoples live in the mountains and have many small churches, most of whom have no funds at all to pay a pastor, and...

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Deputy, Lydia – Promise Harbor

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Deputy, Lydia – Promise Harbor

Promise Harbor Family Center Guiding families of vulnerable children by providing the building blocks to becoming an empowered family unit in an effort to lessen the reliance on the institution of orphanages. We focus on 3 Core Areas: Day Care: There are little to no resources in our area for daytime care options for special needs kids that are too young or whose needs are too severe to attend school. In Haiti, there are many single parent households. When a single parent has a special needs child, they are required to stay at home with them...

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Drake, James and Hannah – Covenant Springs of Life

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Drake, James and Hannah – Covenant Springs of Life

Covenant Springs of Life The overarching purpose is to save children who are forced to live and survive on the streets of Kenya. Our mission focuses on 3 areas: Outreach Covenant Springs of Life hopes to save the lives of every orphaned street kid in Kenya. We do this through preaching the gospel, spending intentional time with them, teaching bible studies on the streets. sharing in communion, and showing them love. We go out to the streets every Thursday night and fellowship with the boys. We always evaluate each boy and make sure they are...

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Duchu, Nelson – Uganda

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Duchu, Nelson – Uganda

Nelson Duchu Evangelist/Church Planter The purpose of my proposed mission work is to reach as many as possible for the kingdom of God, and to encourage the broken hearted. Basically touching others for Christ through the gospel is my life driven purpose using all the possible ways to make sure many are reached. Having lost both of my parents mysteriously/brutally while I was still a little boy, I went through a lot and I thought I was totally forgotten and that I would never be okay in life. When I heard about Christ, what he does and how...

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Elliott, Ken – Native American Tribes

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Elliott, Ken – Native American Tribes

Ken Elliott – Native American Tribes, Montana Repair Our World. Tikkun Olam is focused on ‘Repairing the World’ starting in Wolf Point, Montana on the Ft Peck Indian Reservation. We believe that changing the world starts with our children today and that our generation is capable of helping the next generation- now. By supporting our teachers on the Reservation and helping Native American families, we can make a difference in the lives of people who struggle to makes themselves apart of the American so many of us take for granted. Tikkun...

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Fallon, Chuck & Jan – Nicaragua

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Fallon, Chuck & Jan – Nicaragua

Teaching Ministry Chuck and Jan teach couples, men, and women to help them strengthen relationships and grow deeper experiences of faith and understanding of God’s word and life-giving principles. Chuck is a licensed professional counselor, and Jan has a degree in organizational management. They enjoy using their skills and life experiences with the people of Granada! Help us provide Audio Biblias!  Since returning from our awesome trip to Granada (see more below!), we have been working on an exciting endeavor! To provide the NVI...

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Hardwicke, Jim

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Hardwicke, Jim

Jim Hardwicke Program Information: God has called me to teach current and future ministry leaders worldwide on short-term trips. I teach in seminaries, evangelical colleges, seminars, conferences, etc. My prayerful goal is to teach in about five such trips a year (although due to circumstances, the last two years it has been less than that). Jim’s personal story: I was raised in a mainline Protestant church where I never remember hearing the gospel. As a result, I began searching for God in other religions, eventually spending four...

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Hebrews 13:3 Fellowship

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Hebrews 13:3 Fellowship

Hebrews 13:3 Fellowship This program of SOCI has one full time worker and many volunteers. No names of people nor places can be listed publicly for security reasons. Our Mission “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.” – Matthew 25:35-36 Our Values Jesus Christ taught that in order to love Him, we must be His imitators. To...

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Hogue, Fred – Philippines

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Hogue, Fred – Philippines

Fred Hogue Ministries Supporting evangelistic work in Guaymas, Mexico, and also supporting orhanage, and micro-enterprise work in and around Bayawan City, N.O., Phillippines. Budget $30,000 Category Religion – Christianity Target population Adults Children and Youth (infants – 19 years)   Definition of short-term success For Philippines, complete the design of the building and the fundraising of $50,000 for both the orphan home and the student center. The land has been purchased. Definition of long-term success In Mexico,...

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Huston, Ron – Latvia

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Huston, Ron – Latvia

Ron Huston – Love for Latvia In 2009, Ron and Cindy Huston were called to a small Latvian town of Talsi through a mission trip with Bear Valley Church, in Lakewood Colorado, USA. From the moment they arrived they felt a calling to help Talsi Baptist Church and the local school. Because they both had worked in schools and Ron had led technology organizations throughout his career their first project was to provide the school teachers with laptop computers, digital cameras and projectors. As they were doing this project they learned how...

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Long, Amy R. – Papillon Enterprises

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Long, Amy R. – Papillon Enterprises

Amy R. Long – Papillon Enterprises The mission of Papillon Enterprises is “To prevent child relinquishment in Haitian families through job opportunity.” A sister project of the Apparent Project, Papillon trains their employees in the creation of high quality artisan goods to provide employment and a livable wage. The project will help parents care for their children and avoid the hard choice of having to relinquish their children to the care of an orphanage. Papillon provides job skills training, medical benefits, language...

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Merritt, Bill – Mean Streets

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Merritt, Bill – Mean Streets

Bill Merritt – Mean Streets Initially I will work with Mean Street Ministries, discipling individuals and families who have been homeless – helping them to develop the life skills necessary to become all that God has called them to be in every area of their lives. In addition I will continue to disciple 4-5 men who are struggling with a variety of difficult life situations. For the coming year I will also be working half-time as Pastor of Congregational Care at Arvada Covenant Church. My Story: I committed my life to Christ at the...

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Michaud, Susan

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Michaud, Susan

Susan Michaud Compassion Ministries As a Disaster Relief Chaplain with Colorado’s Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Organization, Susan volunteers her time and talent in local, national and international compassion ministries. These ministries include: Caring Hands Pregnancy Center and Crossroads of the Rockies both serving west Denver; Disciples United’s motel ministry on East Colfax in Aurora, CO; availability for disaster relief deployments locally, nationally and internationally as well as annual mission trips to the Navajo...

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Miller Sengendo, Abigail – TFA

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Miller Sengendo, Abigail – TFA

Abigail Miller Sengendo – Teaching for the Future of Africa (TFA) To train teachers and leaders by walking alongside them in their daily teaching practice. I train teachers, who are the leaders and guides of the next generation. Objective 1: To teach teachers how to teach in order to cultivate thinkers and life-long learners, who can compete on an international level. Objective 2: To instill the value of the practice of teaching and learning, by role modeling, practice and walking along-side. As Christ also taught his disciples, so also...

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Moreland, Judy – SAF

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Moreland, Judy – SAF

Judy Moreland South Africa Judy works in a local church in South Africa and ministers to women and children through the vast network of that church. Budget $8,600 Category Religion Target population Children and Youth (infants – 19 years.) Females   Definition of short-term success Summer 2009 is her first home-assignment in several years. She is visiting family and also supporters and will attend the SOCI board meeting in Sept 2009. Definition of long-term success Judy has built strong relationships over the years in that church....

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Morrison, Phil – Kenya

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Morrison, Phil – Kenya

Who: The Multi-Church Pastor Institute (MCPI), Rev. Philip E. Morrison, Director What: We are an organization aimed at helping pastors who have more than one church to minister in that context. Many Pastors have 4, 5, or even 10 churches or more under their care. Our goal is to help them train elders and leaders to carry on the ministry when they are not able to be on site. This situation will continue on in Africa. Research shows that 1,200 churches a month are being planted in Sub-Saharan Africa (many if not most are being planted by...

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Newton, Sue – Kenya, East Africa

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Newton, Sue – Kenya, East Africa

Sue Newton – The Catalyst Project In college, Sue sensed the Lord’s call in her life to serve overseas but she was not sure where. Direction came when Sue met her future husband, Mark, and he was headed into medical missions in Africa! Mark has trained over 120 nurses to be anesthesia care providers in East Africa. They have also been partnering with the Maasai community of Namuncha for 18 years in development and educational projects. The Catalyst for Communities Project is designed to support initiatives in promoting healthy...

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Pearson, Kavon – Multi-housing Ministry

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Pearson, Kavon – Multi-housing Ministry

Kavon Pearson, Multi-housing Ministry Countless people in our community have no church to call their own. The amount of people who live in apartments, condos, mobile home parks and low income areas is a very large population. “Taking the church out to the people” is the battle cry of the multi-housing ministry. In this ministry, instead of “busing the children in to church” we “bus the workers out to the children.” Kavon completed college in his home state of Maryland and then came to Colorado on an...

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Pendergrass, David – Sweetwater Research

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CLEAN WATER TO LIVING WATER Our mission is to design holistic, sustainable, environmental strategies to deliver clean water as a means of bringing the Living Water (Jesus Christ) to water-stressed communities around the world. Sweetwater’s particular emphasis is on serving widows and orphans in places where water security is “impossible”. We strive to deliver clean and Living water in such a manner that when our work is done our client communities shout “The hand of the Lord has done this!”. When the poor and needy seek water, and there is...

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Platero, Trasi

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Platero, Trasi

Trasi Platero – Living Water, Living Light Trasi Platero ministers to Native Americans in Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico – in the four corners area on a reservation where she has many relationships, having lived there as a child. When with the people, she is able to encourage them, teach, train, make disciples and also to share the love of Christ with new people. Trasi also travels to Africa (and other places) on short term mission trips. Please enjoy our slideshow:   Budget $5,000 Category Religion – Christianity...

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Prinzhorn, Anne – Uganda

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Prinzhorn, Anne – Uganda

Anne Prinzhorn, Vision for Africa I work at Vision for Africa, Int’l in Mukono, Uganda. This is a large and well-established comprehensive children’s ministry, supported by people in both Europe and the USA. My goal is to help young women (in the vocational training program) and primary school students get access to information which will help them receive a well rounded education on the path to becoming well educated Christians. My passion is to procure and deliver small tablet computers to be used as learning tools.  This met with a...

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Saitoti, Solomon – Masai

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Saitoti, Solomon – Masai

My work focuses its ministry on children and youth for they are of great value, and ministry to them is strategic because they are receptive to the gospel. They are not only the next generation but agents of change for their communities today. AIC Namuncha as a ministry responds to the cry and needs of children living in abject poverty through its departments, to support these children reach their God given potential by releasing the children from abject poverty. Namuncha community is characterized by high poverty level, high illiteracy,...

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Semenchuk, Paul – Biblical Stewardship

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Semenchuk, Paul – Biblical Stewardship

Biblical Stewardship – Paul Semenchuk Paul was born in Western Ukraine and relocated with his family to Canada, where he grew up among Russian and Ukrainian immigrants. He graduated from the Russian Bible Institute in Toronto, received a BA degree from Bob Jones University and studied at the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Chicago. Paul and Betty married and moved to Europe where they worked among Russian and Ukrainian refugees and DPs (Displaced Persons), who lived temporarily in Western Europe. Although they have lived most...

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Snyder, Ryan – IDEAS

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Snyder, Ryan – IDEAS

Ryan Snyder, IDEAS – Uganda Innovation Development Economic Growth Adaptation Sustainability or Spiritual Life The vision of IDEAS is to bring resources of personnel and materials to the people of Uganda to help them innovate and develop sustainable adaptable systems of economic growth and spiritual life. My purpose is to demonstrate God’s love to people in poverty by delivering tangible assistance that aids in their development as individuals, communities and ultimately their country in sub-Saharan Africa. Africa has the youngest and...

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Special Projects

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Special Projects

Special Projects Jim Walters, SOCI Executive Director, is usually “knee-deep” in some church construction project either in Denver or around the world. Jim jokes about “playing monopoly with church buildings” as he has been involved with both selling and buying churches, as well as constructing small churches around the world. No, Jim is not skilled at swinging a hammer, but he seems to know people everywhere who are involved in missions. During the last year alone, SOCI’s special projects include church...

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Taylor, Karen – Int’l Missions

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Taylor, Karen – Int’l Missions

Karen Taylor Mission Purpose Since the death of my husband (Dec. 2014) and also having completed much education, I am embarking on short-term International Mission trips. I have done several of these trips in the past. Now, though, it appears that such missionary work is truly a “Call” to me from the Lord. During my Missions trips I plan to model the gospel of Jesus Christ while offering support to the missionaries who are in the field and/or those we are serving through teaching, counseling, and “loving upon.” Of course, I am well aware that...

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Tasayco, David – Peru

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Tasayco, David – Peru

David Tasayco’s Peru Partnerships David is an American with Peruvian background, who has many contacts in Lima and other places. He is headed south in june of 2010 and will be coordinating some long term partnerships between US Christians and churches and churches in...

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Tillapaugh, Frank – Jobs for Guatemala

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Tillapaugh, Frank – Jobs for Guatemala

Frank Tillapaugh – Jobs for Guatemala – Quetzaltenango Quetzaltenango is the second largest city in one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere. Much of the population is Mayan, and many of them barely speak Spanish, so jobs for them are scarce. Jobs for Guatemala collects used prom and bridesmaid dresses as donations and ships them by the boxful to Guatemala. These dresses are then used by young women who are trained to alter them to fit the diminutive Guatemalans. Then the dresses are sold in The Party Girl Dress...

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Todd, Sally – Kay Timoun Children’s House

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Todd, Sally – Kay Timoun Children’s House

Kay Timoun Children’s House – Haiti Stand up for the poor, help the children of the needy. Psalm 72:4 Vision: In obedience to the call to care for the least of these, Kay Timoun advocates for and brings resources to lift children out of malnutrition, disease, and deprivation. Initiatives: Malnutrition: Intensive Outpatient Treatment for severe malnutrition Nutritional Supplementation for moderate to mild malnutrition: High Density Protein product, OneEgg Program, Manna, Beans, Vitamins for Children from 6 months to 5 years Early...

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White, John – World Cafe’

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White, John – World Cafe’

John White – World Cafe’ I, John White, lead a group of volunteers, who are involved in a ministry outreach to international students at Denver University, which is known as The World Cafe’. This is strictly a volunteer organization that provides lunch in the basement of a nearby church, on Thursdays. Approximately forty international students and visiting scholars (mostly Chinese) attend. Our purpose is to build friendships, offer opportunities to practice English with native speakers, and to expose the students to...

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Wiesen, Fred & Carolyn

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Wiesen, Fred & Carolyn

Team Wiesen Team Wiesen expresses passion for missions by supporting other mission passions. That’s a mouth full! We have both been blessed to be active participants in a number of dynamic missions in our lifetimes. However, today we are working with the Lord to provide a different kind of support to the same missions in ways that we never imagined. Isn’t that just like our Lord! Following His lead – into His missions. Fred is making what we call mission tables to raise money for Servants of Christ International/Team Wiesen. Recently Fred...

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Wilson, Cathy

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Wilson, Cathy

Cathy Wilson – Projects Unlimited Cathy is “On Assignment for God”and just as the name Projects Unlimited implies, there is no limit to the types of projects that may present themselves. Whether at home or abroad, Cathy loves sharing the message of Christ and helping others – and especially loves being on mission trips. Since 2002 she has served on 26 mission trips in 8 countries and has served throughout the USA doing disaster relief, painting, sharing her testimony (participating in evangelism at a local bus stops),...

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Winslow, Dave – Water Ministry

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Winslow, Dave – Water Ministry

Water Ministry – Dave Winslow The goal of the Water Ministry is to facilitate the drilling of water wells in locations around the world where clean drinking water is difficult to obtain or non-existent. Support raised will help send portable drilling rigs to these locations and help train local crews to drill and complete water wells to provide potable water for their church and community. The goal is to have each portable water well drilling rig placed in the ownership of church groups that are trained to drill and complete multiple...

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WRETLIND-NeighborHOPE

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WRETLIND-NeighborHOPE

Norm and Becky Wretlind – NeighborHOPE NeighborHOPE Ministries International (NHMI) is a non-profit, 5013c that was founded in 1998 by Norm and Becky Wretlind. The ministry is focused on teaching Christians lifestyle evangelism, with the primary tool being evangelistic Christmas parties. The Wretlinds and a board of directors oversee the administration of the ministry from the United States. Pastor E.A. Abraham is the president of NeighborHOPE Ministries International and directs the ministries operations in India. Pastor Abraham works...

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Young, Amy

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Young, Amy

Amy Young Amy is an experienced cross-cultural worker for the gospel and English teacher from Asia. She is continuing her writing, speaking, counseling, and mentoring ministry with most of her time invested in Velvet Ashes. Velvet Ashes is an online community providing connection and support for cross-cultural women serving around the world. Visit the Velvet Ashes website: www.velvetashes.com This effort provides another layer of member care for women serving in ministry around the world. Budget $30,000 Category Religion – Christianity...

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