With approximately 1.7 billion people who have never heard the name of Jesus, we are relentless in our pursuit to spread the Gospel around the world. As a church, we do this by joining other missionaries and churches who are serving on the front lines. We pray for them. We financially support them. And in certain situations, we go to their respective locations to serve alongside them.
You will be my witness in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the Earth.
Hands for Vietnam (HFV) exists to provide sign language and resources for deaf and hard-of-hearing people in Central Vietnam. Guided by the truth that everyone is created with value and purpose, HFV seeks to invest in the lives of children, families, and the surrounding community.
Open Eyes Ministries (OEM) partners with local churches and its leaders to advance the Gospel in Nicaragua and surrounding Central America countries. Whether its through house-to-house evangelism, feeding programs, education improvements, or construction projects, OEM is seeing
An estimated 500,000 men, women, and children are trapped in Thailand’s sex industry. In the middle of all the chaos and destruction is the Home of New Beginnings (HNB). The Home of New Beginnings: Thailand is a ministry that goes after the one, the forgotten, the overlooked, the displaced, and the trapped. Through the building of genuine relationships, HNB provides women the physical, emotional, spiritual and educational support they need to break out of sexual slavery.
In the heart of the Amberpet slums, Pastor Sudhakar planted Bethel Gospel Church: India (BGC). Since that time, BGC has been a transformational force in the area by planting numerous other churches who are committed to sharing the gospel of Jesus. In addition to planting churches, BGC has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to caring for orphaned and abandoned children. Through its connection and guidance with The Global Orphan Project, Bethel Gospel Church is becoming a pilot site to demonstrate and live out gospel-centered orphan care in an Indian slum context.