International Missions Partners
Ananias House exists to support the growing body of Christ in the Middle East and North Africa with dynamic ministries to develop churches, train leaders, and provide life-enriching services to local communities of believers. Ananias House seeks to support local communities of believers in the greater Middle East, and North Africa who have been devastated by war and persecution, encouraging and equipping them to fulfill the Great Commission.
Elam's vision is that all the people of the Iran region would have the opportunity to come to know the Lord Jesus Christ and follow Him as a disciple, and that Iranians would be instrumental in taking the Gospel to other Muslims. To achieve this vision, we:
Train leaders for fruitful, effective ministry in the Iran region.
Equip the Iranian church with Bibles and resources for evangelism and discipleship.
Send the Gospel into the Iran region through trained evangelists, church planters and Christian media.
Through Making Disciples International, Reuven and Janet Ross teach on intentional disciple making and spiritual leadership nationally and internationally. They also lead biblical counseling seminars with a focus on freedom and healing for the soul. Their ministry passion is to see the Lord’s people embrace the cross and to grow into godly maturity as His disciples, into disciple makers and spiritual leaders.
At MAF, we believe that everyone—even the isolated—deserves a chance to experience the love of Jesus Christ. So we use aviation, technology, and training because in many places those are the only ways to reach isolated people with Christ’s love. You can make a difference through prayer, giving, or by serving with MAF.
NLAI is dedicated to living and proclaiming Christ, the Word and Bread of life, to a lost and hungry world. It is an interdenominational international mission organization that is dedicated to world evangelization by identifying and developing ministry approaches that are relevant to the various social, economic, political and cultural environments of the nations where we work
Imagine the childlike joy of boys and girls as they open their presents on Christmas morning. Now imagine that joy magnified tenfold as a child who has never received a present and has suffered because of war, natural disaster, poverty, illness, and neglect, receives a shoebox filled with gifts. That’s the impact that Operation Christmas Child has on needy children around the world.
Operation Christmas Child, a unique project of Christian relief, delivers gifts to hurting children while telling about God’s greatest gift - His Son, Jesus Christ.
RG's vision is to develop a Christ-centered, model community that will foster God’s heart for physical and spiritual restoration among the people of war-torn Uganda. Strategically located on a 700 acre plot overlooking the Nile River in Northern Uganda, RG has plans to provide: loving homes, education, and health-care for 300 orphans; biblical training for church planters, missionaries and local pastors; a health-care training facility to care for and provide ministry to the sick and serve as an equipping center for medical personnel; a children’s camp and pastoral retreat center for Ugandan pastors; agricultural and fishery demonstration projects; a multi-purpose center for worship and biblical teaching; a school for job training and professional skill development; first-class resort.
At WorldVenture, we find, train, send, and support catalysts who are filled with the Spirit and called to the unengaged, unreached, unchurched, and unwanted (marginalized) of the world. We focus on those places where we can create the most change for the Gospel.
As the local church expands through committed disciples, it greatly influences its surrounding community. We want these Gospel movements to span all aspects of a society through the arts, media, education, church outreach, family and medicine, science and agriculture, business, and government.
Youth With A Mission is a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Also known as YWAM (pronounced “WHY-wham”), we unite in a common purpose to know God and to make Him known. Back when we began in 1960, our main focus was to get youth involved in missions. Today, we still focus on youth, and we also involve people aged 8 to 80. We currently work in more than 1,100 locations in over 180 countries, with a staff of over 18,000.