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Reaching Individuals through Sports
Athletes in Action exist to develop athletic influences into Christ-centered leaders. AIA works directly with thousands of college and professional athletes and coaches worldwide to train them to talk about the Lord one-on-one, with the media, and in other public forums to help fulfill the great commission.
Christian Foundation Insurance is focusing on the
Europe and Eurasia segment of Athlete’s in Action international ministry.
Sports are a powerful method in reaching Europe and Eurasia; it is the number
one free time activity. Sports personalities continue to dominate as the heroes
of society. Sports are an international language that secularized Europeans
understand, providing some of the most natural and culturally relevant
opportunities imaginable to present the gospel.
AIA has been able to send student athletes to counties that are currently closed to evangelism. As official guests of governments that are primarily Muslim, students are able to play other teams and hold clinics, while sharing their personal testimony and faith in Jesus Christ. The Christian Foundation will help send students to these spiritually needy countries to share the love of Christ. The opportunities available in the European and Eurasia countries are truly miraculous.
Dedicated to caring for orphans and widows
Children of Promise’s approach is unique in that they are one of the few organizations in the world that provide comprehensive 24-hour care for orphans and widows in multiple countries. In addition to church-based orphan homes that provide 24-hour care for orphans and widows, they also operate feeding and nutrition programs, free schools and higher education opportunities, and family assistance programs for needy children throughout the world.
Church-based orphan homes are a distinctive aspect of Children of Promise’s approach. They develop partnerships with overseas churches and ministries to operate these homes. This strategy helps ensure that all of the needs of orphans and widows in our care are addressed, most of all their spiritual needs-as well as food, clothing, shelter, medical, and educational needs. Having the orphans under their care, in homes that also function as churches, provides a greater capacity to adequately care for them and gives them continuity of relationship that can extend into their adult years once they leave our orphan homes. Our church-based approach also gives the members of the church continual opportunities to actively express their faith through caring for orphans and widows.
100,000+ Houses Since 1976
The cause of substandard housing and homelessness are many. Millions of people are displaced due to war, famine, and natural disasters. Millions more languish in the poverty and squalor in much of the developing world.
Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) is a Christian organization dedicated to eliminating substandard housing and homelessness worldwide and to making adequate, affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action. Habitat is founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, decent, affordable place to live in dignity and safety.
The work of Habitat for Humanity is driven by the desire to give tangible expression to the love of God through the work of eliminating poverty housing. Habitat's ministry is based on the conviction that to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ we must reflect Christ's love in our own lives by loving and caring for one another. Our love must not be words only -- it must be true love, which shows itself in action. Habitat provides an opportunity for people to put their faith and love into action, bringing diverse groups of people together to make affordable housing and better communities a reality for everyone.
Building Churches Around the World
“The Whole Word for the Whole World”
A man from a small village in India said with tears in his eyes, “I am over eighty years of age and have been praying for twenty years that God would provide a place to worship Him.” He was looking at a newly constructed church built by ICM.
ICM’s strategy begins with practical Bible studies that are broadcasted to people in their native language. Study notes are offered upon request, letters are followed up by national workers and listeners are channeled into local churches or formed into Bible studies where no church exist. As a Bible study group matures into a congregation of 100 believers- a church is built. This congregation then reaches out to the surrounding communities to establish congregations.
ICM networks with national leaders committed to church development. It provides a means of Bible training through daily broadcasts of the Mini Bible College. It provides notes of the Mini Bible College on request to listeners for continued study and spiritual growth. It provides funding for training centers, Bible schools, and seminaries for pastoral training. It provides a structured procedure for church building to maximize financial investments and to achieve impact for continued outreach
Giving everyone one chance to see Jesus
The purpose of the Jesus Film Project is to show the “JESUS” Film to everyone in the world in his or her own language. The Christian Foundation is focusing the JESUS Film distribution in the Eastern Europe and Asia regions.
How many movies do you know of that have the potential to alter the course of a viewer's life? The "JESUS" Film is such a movie. God has repeatedly used this straightforward presentation of the life of Christ to literally change lives. With the script taken straight from the Gospel of Luke, "JESUS" is recognized as the most accurate depiction of the life of Christ ever put on film.
Every two seconds—sometimes in the midst of global chaos and conflict—someone indicates a decision to receive Christ as personal Savior as a result of seeing the "JESUS" film.
The JESUS Film Project seeks to give everyone in the world one chance to hear the gospel in his or her own language. So whether a person speaks Swahili, French, or a language whose name is extremely difficult for most to pronounce, he or she will encounter the life and message of Jesus in a language "of the heart."
Giving the Poor a Working Chance
For over 30 years, Opportunity International has been a leader among nonprofit organizations in the global fight against poverty. A pioneer in micro enterprise development, Opportunity is committed to solving poverty instead of merely treating its symptoms. By providing loans and basic training in business practices for the poor, we are able to break the cycle of poverty and foster social and spiritual transformation.
These small loans create lasting change in people’s lives. More than just a credit provider, the staff prays with and for borrowers. They provide training and council as need from application to the final loan payment. This ensures that the fledgling businesses succeed. When non-Christians receive loans, they understand that Christians are behind the work. They hear how God loves them so much, that He cares about their immediate needs as well as their eternal destiny.
Serving God’s Servants in the Hard Places
Partners International is a global ministry that works to create and grow communities of Christian witness in partnership with God's people in the least Christian regions of the world.
Since 1943 when Partners began working with Christians in China, they pioneered the innovative approach of partnering with indigenous Christian ministries. They continue to identify strategic ministries and then provide the resources to strengthen and grow their work. They share a common goal with all our partners: starting churches where none exist.
Our partners are local Christians who already have a vision. They are passionate about sharing God's love with their own people and with nearby unreached people groups. They speak the language. They understand the culture. They rarely need a visa. They live at the same economic level as the people they serve. They work against all odds, often risking persecution, imprisonment, and even death.
We are their partners.
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