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How You Can Participate
We are in the very early stages of developing our missions ministry, and we would love and appreciate your participation and support.
- Please pray for the work of God’s Kingdom around the world and for our missions ministry.
- Over the coming months, we will begin offering projects and activities involving some of the ministries described below. Please participate in those projects and activities.
- Finally, we are in the process of developing a global missions team who will be involved in the development, leadership and “hands-on” work of our projects. If you are interested in joining the missions team or in participating in our missions ministry in some other way (ideas always welcome!), please contact our Global Missions Team Leader, Judy Heim.
On February 12, 2016, a three-person team from All Souls Community Church, comprised of Jim Alcorn, Yong Cho and Ruth Kenote, embarked on a short term mission trip to the City of Udaipur in northern India to work with an organization on the ground called the Native Missionary Movement (“NMM”). NMM is a church planting movement in northern India founded by the late Dr. Thomas Mathews, a native Indian from the southern state of Kerala. The NMM has planted approximately 1,600 churches across 90 people groups in northern India since its inception 40 years ago, and is still going strong today. The NMM also operates 7 schools, 7 children’s homes, 4 Bible colleges/training centers abd one hospital. Dr. Paul Mathews, son of the founder, said that the entire goal of the NMM can be... [more]View Full Post
Operation 117 seeks to respond to God’s call to care for the orphan by providing care and assistance for the children of King Jesus Charity Home (KJCH). Located in Boadi, in the outskirts of Kumasi (Ghana’s second largest city), KJCH cares for approximately 150 young children to young adults, providing food, shelter, clean water, education, sanitation, and a warm family environment.
How do we do this? By sending regular financial support to help provide the daily food needs of the children, their yearly school fees, improvements to the physical plant and supplies for the clean water well small business run by the orphanage. We also take a yearly trip to Kumasi to share in the work of caring for the orphans and orphanage in both word and deed.
After serving a year at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, Jeremy Lutjens, the brother of our very own Brad Lutjens, is serving as a campus minister for Cru at OSU. We are delighted to continue supporting the good work that Jeremy is doing in reaching into the lives of college students with the love and power that only the good news of Jesus Christ can bring.