• Joe & Christina Choi – Osaka Japan

    Hello from the Choi Family! We are missionaries in a small city outside of Osaka, Japan.  We are currently teaching at an International School here in Ikeda.  Most of our students come to the school not knowing anything about Jesus.  We love and encourage the students while teaching them Bible and English classes.  Our girls are also able to love on the students while they attend class alongside them.  We are building relationships with many others in our community as well.  Our vision is to bring hope and joy to the people of Japan through sharing the love of Jesus.  Joe has also begun helping Japanese musicians record their worship songs to be available as a resource to the people of Japan.  This is part of another vision called “Release The Nations.” For more info www.choifamilyinjapan.com

  • Darren O’Quinn – Uganda
    Darren O’Quinn – Uganda
  • Love and Care for all – Uganda
    Love and Care for all – Uganda
  • Istanbul Turkey
    Istanbul Turkey

    “istanbulprojesi” is a church plant in the city center of İstanbul for the people who live and work there but have nothing to do with Christianity yet. Our vision is to reach the students, academics, young professionals, artists and musicians who live in the tension of the postmodern, secular, individualistic western life and the remnants of eastern, traditional, cultural Islam. By planting a gospel-centered, grace-driven, culture-loving, relevant church we want to lay the foundation of a new church-planting movement that will reach and impact İstanbul with its roughly 22 million inhabitants, and through it the world.

  • Luke kanagy
    Luke kanagy Missionary Aviation - Brazil
  • San Diego Rescue Mission SDRM
    The organization’s story began in 1954, when a group of San Diego church and business leaders met to address the growing plight of the community’s homeless and hungry. Based on this vision, the City Rescue Mission was founded in 1955 and immediately began providing food, clothing and spiritual guidance to the region’s homeless.
    For info go to  http://www.sdrescue.org 

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