Emergency Needs

I was contacted by our pastor in Liberia this week and his team is undergoing some particular difficulties due to the nation’s poverty. His family and his team of pastors are going hungry even though they remain faithful to the work God has called them to. They are under constant pressure from Islam but continue to reach Muslims with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For this team of pastors, our contributions are keeping them alive. They do not have all the resources they need, lacking Bibles and lacking food for the orphans and excommunicated former Muslims living with them.

We are still raising money to continue construction on an orphanage in Nyakampalli, India– a nation where there are almost 30 million orphans and abandoned children. Our pastor’s team in Nyakampalli faces violent persecution. Our contributions are helping to provide a stable and safe environment for children.

We are also planning to open a share-shop and outreach center in Pearce, AZ. The model we develop will serve as the model by which we open outreach centers across the United States and through churches in other countries around the world.

Let’s continue to make a difference together.

Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained angels without knowing it… (Hebrews 13:2)

This is in reference to the Christian’s heart. When we are in Christ, we care about people we have never met. It is the fruit of salvation and not works-righteousness. It is an attitude that is prescribed to believers.

*All donations received are placed in our general fund and distributed according to need. If you would like to designate your donation, please indicate that as you make your donation.


  • Hey Andrew,
    How do we help the pastor in Liberia? Where do I send funds

    • You can click on any of the contribution buttons above, click the PayPal link, send a check, or we can send an electronic invoice via email.

  • I will send something small ,
    From the orphange in Kenya , it is my joy to help since I was young ,

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