Missions We Support
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Choices encourages women to go through with their pregnancy by providing ultrasounds, counseling, and sharing God's perspective on sex, love, and commitment. Choices also offers abortion recovery counseling and participates in abstinence education.
Christian Mission in Asia
We support a family who have started work in Asia. They are serving by hosting motorbike camps, medical camps in the remote villages, leading youth and women’s seminars, and working with the poor and disowned children.
IDES meets the physical and spiritual needs of suffering people throughout the world. IDES plants churches, helps missionaries, digs wells, provides medical care, rebuilds homes/churches after natural disasters, offers hunger relief, provides clothing, and much more.
Kontaktmission serves Jesus Christ in over 40 countries in Western & Eastern Europe, Asia, South & North America, and Africa with team members from 35+ lands. KM was started over 30 years ago as a church planting and evangelistic mission by young people in Central Europe. They are steadily growing and improving their missionary team and have an intentionally international focus. KM looks to find and network with current local missionary efforts in countries across the globe. KM USA has its headquarters in Humboldt, TN, and sends American missionaries, as well as, supporting the efforts of other international workers.
Located in Haiti, Honduras, Canada, Arizona, El Salvador, and Cuba, Lifeline operates 16 schools, 2 children's homes, 3 medical/dental care clinics and several food pantries. Lifeline builds dozens of houses annually for the neediest families in Haiti and offers vocational training and emergency relief. Lifeline offers many areas for service including child sponsorships, short-term mission trips and hunger-relief programs. Lifeline is responsible for the ABC food program and the annual peanut butter drive. Lifeline also supports 24 churches and 26 house churches throughout their various mission fields.
As a ministry of Jesus Christ, Light of Life will provide a home for the homeless, and food for the hungry, and will build disciples for the Kingdom of God among the poor, addicted, abused, and needy.
Rapha House Founded in 2003, Rapha House exists to love, rescue, and heal children who have been rescued from trafficking and sexual exploitation. Rapha is a Hebrew word which means "healing." And healing is the heartbeat of Rapha House. The work of Rapha House was initially the vision of native Cambodian Christian leaders who had witnessed girls disappearing from their villages for years and being sold and exploited. Today Rapha House is an international safe house program which has won the favor of the governments in the countries in which it works, as an organization which practices excellence in the standards of caring for children who have been rescued from these traumatic situations.
Training Tomorrow's Leaders (T.T.L.) exists to bring the gospel of Christ to people groups in parts of Ghana, Togo, Burkina Faso, and beyond in word and deed, through Church Planting, Training and Discipleship, Community Development, and Children's Ministry.
The Fuentes oversee six churches, plus they mentor three new churches in Mexico, and two new churches in the United States. They oversee 60 home churches in Cuba and have a new retreat center called Praise Valley Camp in Saltillo, Mexico. WWHO now offers child sponsorships.