This week the 5 minute portion of Mission Magazine Radio that features “A Place Missionaries Call Home” is a call to worship.
Gary and Beth Hodges have a unique calling on their lives – to raise up worship leaders within churches scattered throughout Ireland. It is not just about a song – it is about bringing yourself to a place of worship in the very presence of God.
To contact Gary and Beth, you can go to their web site at www.garyandbeth.org
After visiting Haiti on a mission trip, Mallery Neptune’s heart was broken over the injustices she had witnessed. She returned home from Haiti with a passion to make a difference. In 2007, she started the Haiti Foundation Against Poverty. The Haiti Foundation Against Poverty is a nonprofit organization with the vision to empower poor, widowed, and orphaned Haitians and to spread the message of the Gospel.
Tamran grew up in a Christian home in Pakistan. After his family had ministered in Pakistan for several years, he came to America to reach Muslims in North Carolina. His recent mission trip back to Pakistan was fraught with violence, but revival is on its way to Pakistan.
You can contact Tamran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Becoming a widow was not part of Mariam Neff’s plan. But, after 41 years of marriage and 40 years in Christian broadcasting, Mariam’s husband, Bob Neff, was ushered into Heaven. He had Lou Gehrigs’ disease. In 2006, at age 61, Marian was a widow with an empty home, calendar, heart and vision. However, God had a plan. Needing Biblically based resources in the wake of Bob’s death and not finding any, Marian decided to start a simple website called Widows Connection. Her calling was to inform, encourage and empower widows with a Biblical foundation. Today, the Widow Connection ministry includes a radio broadcast, books, DVD series and more, all aimed at helping widows and others experiencing loss.
To learn more about Mariam Neff and the Widow Connection ministry, click here.
Cameron Horner Ministries began on August 11, 2011 when God used for good what the enemy meant for harm. While at the lake on a family vacation, Cameron had a diving accident that broke his neck and injured his spinal cord leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. Through everything, Cameron’s faith remained strong and began to spread. Thousands heard about God, many came to know Christ and the Cameron Horner Ministries began. The Cameron Horner Ministries exists to tell of God’s goodness, share daily what God is doing and share how to remain faithful to God as He is faithful to us.
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Height Athletics is a full service athletics firm with headquarters in Harrisburg, PA. Born from New Height Christian Center, Pastor David Stewart, Jr. recognized the need for good, constructive team sports opportunities that would engage a community and accentuate positive activities while decreasing the negative. Pastor David saw the need transcend the Christian community and saw it grow to a wider convergence, engaging a general kinship… more opportunity, more jobs, and more career outlooks.
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The Persecution Project Foundation (PPF) was founded in 1997 by Brad Phillips for the purpose of mobilizing Christians to engage in Active Compassion for the Persecuted. In 1998, Brad travelled to war-ravaged Sudan and shot hours of video chronicling brutal persecution against Christians in Southern Sudan by the National Islamic Front government.
This began a long journey, taking Brad and PPF through virtually every corner of Southern Sudan. PPF helped local pastors plant churches, supported orphanages, provided emergency relief to refugees—and kept taking pictures.
To learn more, visit www.persecutionproject.org
Hiinga is bringing hope to East African small farmers by training, equipping, and financing their start-up initiatives to produce enough food for their families and enough surplus for sale. They exist to leverage what they posses; that is, land and abilities. They are catalysts for holistic and bold social impact within a community across the spectrums of trade and local economy, education, health-care, village social innovation, spiritual growth and empowerment.
Learn more at www.hiinga.org
Crystal Reece is originally from Selmer, Tennessee. Her home church is the Pentecostals of Bethel Springs, where she worked in the Children’s Department, Bible Quizzing, Deaf and Outreach Ministries.
She was approved for AIM in 1996 and served one and half years (1998-99) in Vanuatu under the leadership of missionaries Lee and Becky Sherry. Crystal taught in the Bible school and assisted in the English speaking work of All Nations Church. She went on to serve five and a half years (2002-2006) on AIM as the Bible school adminstrator in the Kingdom of Tonga. She focused on campus, children, and youth ministries while also assisting missionaries Bennie and Pat Blunt and the leadership of Tonga in many other ways. Crystal returned to the South Pacific spending four months (2011) in the North District of Vanuatu where she assisted in the works transition as well as Bible Studies before her deputation began.
Crystal is also the author of the book Island Splashes.
Learn more about Crystal here.
Heart of the Bride was established in 1998 as a non-profit organization dedicated to helping provide for the needs of orphans around the world. Our primary mission is to Share From Our Abundance With Those In Greatest Need.
Through steadfast prayer and partnering with Pastors and Christian Leaders in underprivileged countries, HOB has established on-going relationships with local orphan ministries in 5 nations — Haiti, Kenya, Uganda, Ukraine, and Zambia.
Learn more at: heartofthebride.org