Do you desire to see change in our world? Have you ever witnessed a natural disaster or a disease that has destroyed a nation? Have you ever come across a homeless person and said to yourself, "I wish I could do something to help people in need"? We have great news...YOU CAN DO SOMETHING!
We support 8 missionary families around the world every month. For more information about out missionaries please visit the ABOUT US page on our website. Every March and October our focus is Missions. Our goal is to raise funds for specific projects both in our community and around the world.
If you need more information please contact Pastor Sam by email at email@example.com or phone at 416.284.4853 ext.279.
APRIL 2019 GOAL: $80,000
To God be all the glory and a great big thank you to everybody who contributed to this month's missions projects. We are rejoicing today to be able to announce that the final total received is $81,175.68!
Ontario, Canada - Teen Challenge ($5,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
Teen Challenge is a 12-month, faith-based, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that is part of a network of over 13 Teen Challenge Centres across Canada and more than 1,100 worldwide.
Toronto, Canada - Philip Aziz Hospice Centre/Emily House ($5,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
Philip Aziz Centre for Hospice Care provides respite, practical, physical, emotional and spiritual support for people living with life-threatening illnesses and their loved ones, in the comfort of their own home.
Ontario, Canada - New Life Girls Home ($4,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
New Life is a not-for profit Christian residential program for young women ages 18-30 who are struggling with life controlling issues. We focus on Christ-centered nurturing, intensive Christian education, one-on-one coaching, life-skills training, community service and ministry opportunities.
Canada - Canadian Bible Society - Persecuted Christians ($5,000) | VISIT WEBPAGE
As a national religious charitable organization, the purposes of the Canadian Bible Society are to translate without doctrinal note, publish, and distribute the Christian Scriptures, and to promote and encourage the use of the Bible, throughout Canada and worldwide in cooperation with members of the United Bible Societies and other organizations.
Nova Scotia Missions Trip, Canada ($2,500) | VISIT WEBPAGE
Fern’s desire is to make the Jesus of the Bible known to First Nations using her varied ministry gifts and talents to reach and equip them in her ‘under-the-arm’ style and to stay with them until they are able to mature into doing the same for other First Nations. She is planting a Mi’Kmaq church in Eskasoni First Nation, Cape Breton Nova Scotia. Fern wishes to continue providing cross-cultural training to outside ministries and leaders wishing to reach First Nations.
Africa/China - Don Mann ($5,000) | WATCH VIDEO | VISIT WEBSITE
Deborah is called to serve Jesus in North West Kenya among the Turkana people in Loima location. Her vision is, in partnership with the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Kenya (PAG-K), to continue to reach the unreached communities on Loima Hills with the Gospel, plant churches and disciple new believers. Each individual and community will have access to compassionate care with HOPE in Jesus for the future. Also, engage in dialogue for healthy partnership between PAOC, PAG-K, and Christ is the Answer Ministries Kenya (CITAM).
Kenya, Africa - Gary & Brenda Kean - Jacaranda Creations ($3,500) | VISIT WEBSITE
Dan and Donna have a passion for ministry in missions, building capacity in Liberia that will bring the Good News of the Gospel to the lost. Dan and Donna worked for the past two and a half years in Canada, providing training for over 200 missionaries for overseas ministry. Dan is an MK, born in Vancouver and raised in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Donna has worked in Women’s Ministries with Sandra Gill, ministering in over eleven countries – the latest ministry in India in 2010.
Sri Lanka - 25 sewing machines ($4,000)
Sri Lanka - Stephen Kanagadas ($2,500) | VISIT WEBSITE
We want to increase our church planting from 8 to 25 in the next 10 years. We also want to create more crisis centres for youth outreach, ministry training, job skills training. To accomplish this we need more workers on the field!
Philippines - Noah's Ark (Linda Veldhizen) ($3,500) | VISIT WEBSITE
Noah's Ark Ministries runs a temporary Home for Children for orphaned, abandoned, malnourished, special needs and educationally disadvantaged children. There are presently 10 babies and toddlers, 22 elementary and high school students, 6 college students and 16 special needs children.
Egypt - Restricted Access Nation - PAOC Worker ($5,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
We are in over 65 countries, working and living alongside people who need the gospel to positively impact their everyday lives. We also have global workers in sensitive contexts whose countries are not listed below.
Israel - Leket International ($5,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
Leket Israel, the National Food Bank, is the leading food rescue organization in Israel. Unique among all other organizations that serve the poor in Israel and food banks worldwide, Leket Israel’s sole focus is rescuing healthy, surplus food and delivering it to those in need through partner nonprofit organizations.
Dominican Republic - Luz alas Naciones Ministries ($5,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
For over 20 years, Luz a las Naciones (Light to the Nations) has brought hope and change to the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba and India. Founded by Richard Brochu, LLNM, has served communities across the globe providing crucial support in areas like literacy, vocational training, hot meals and hope through the Gospel.
Haiti - The Charbonneau's ($10,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
After working in Ivory Coast for nine years, the Charbonneaus felt called to Haiti in 1996. They began a church for children and youth, where weekly meetings are held. The average attendance has been 1,400. Children walk long distances to attend these services.
Rio San Juan - Dominican Republic ($5,000)
Romania - Ian Green ($10,000) | VISIT WEBSITE
We exist to create sustainable community transformation and to alleviate social, economic, intellectual and spiritual poverty. This is actioned through community-based social action projects, education and collaboration.