Pasadena Presbyterian Church
Outreach And Missions
Faith Promise Helps Support Missionaries
Drs. Mike and Dan Narwold are training nurse anesthesiologists in a Christian hospital in Kenya, making surgery possible again, and raising up believers in future generations of Kenyan nurses. The goal of this mission is to allow these Kenyan nurses to teach other nurses and continue spreading the heal of soul and body in Kenya.
Making disciples of Jesus Christ throughout northern Haiti by planting autonomous churches that equip their members to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people, introducing them to salvation in Jesus Christ. College Susan Schuenke will open on September 8 for its second year of school. Currently, more than 200 students have registered for school. Many of them do not have the funds to pay for their education. A solid education with good Christian training is providing hope for these students who live in a land of deep hopelessness.
Learn More: www.vohmhaiti.com
Work is focused in Honduras, Central America, one of the most needy countries in the Western Hemisphere. Resources are channeled through the local church, concentrating and focusing efforts and resources to increase and expand ways in which the church is enabled to fulfill the Great commission.
Learn More: www.hth.org
Fellowship/USA® is an evangelical campus mission serving more than 35,000 students and faculty on more than 560 college and university campuses nationwide. Incorporated in 1941, InterVarsity has a rich tradition of campus witness , thoughtful discipleship , and a concern for world missions .
Learn More: www.intervarsity.org
Addressing the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women and children, to their families and to those who work in the prison environment. Kairos sprang from the Cursillo movement and is supported by volunteers from Cursillo and those other movements that consider Cursillo as their root.
Learn More: www.kairosprisonministry.org
Christian evangelistic efforts and support for persecuted Christians in SE Asia
Assists the Indian church to plant reproducing churches in a systematic, measurable way, through prayer, training, scripture placement, and support and training of Indian pastors.
Learn More: www.missionindia.org
Missionary Ventures International sponsors several ministries to supplement its purpose to encourage and support indigenous missions through personal involvement. The ministries rely on Spirit led leaders to recruit capable volunteers and marshal resources to fulfill their unique tasks to "reach the un-reached" through practical applications of skills and training often used in secular endeavors.
Learn More: www.mvnicaragua.org/cabot
Over 6000 students, representing over 55 villages, are enrolled in New Missions schools. Approximately 1000 people are cared for each month through the medical clinic ministry. New Missions employs over 300 Haitians to teach, preach, and meet the needs of their own people.
Learn More: newmissions.org
Gordon and Dorothy Gartrell arrived in Salvador, Bahia, in January 2002 to take up the work of planting churches with the Independent Presbyterian Church of Brazil. First appointed to mission service with the PC(USA) in 1990, the Gartrells have now served in four different regions in Brazil.
Read Letter: Gartrell Letter
A network of independent, community based non-profit agencies providing outreach support to Tampa Bay Ministries who assist poverty-stricken families and the working poor. SCTB works in concert with local ministries to provide the basic necessities of life and to educate and develop healthy, self-sustaining communities, families and individuals.
Learn More: http://www.sctb.org/
George and Barbara Ragland, of St. Petersburg, Florida, have ministered in 27 nations with their "Break Free" conferences. Their 3-session conference covers emotional healing, spiritual healing and physical healing; while the 4th-session includes teaching on the Holy Spirit. A one-session "miracle service" is also offered. They support the feeding of 300 children who live on a garbage dump in Honduras, and help with the feeding of 2000 children in Haiti. They are helping to construct a children's hospital in Haiti.
Learn More: http://hand2handministry.com/R-2.html
Wycliffe workers have helped to complete 611 translations, making God's Word available to more than 76 million people. This has always been done hand in hand with local communities. But now more than ever they are able to pass on their skills through partnership with churches and agencies worldwide.
Learn More: www.wycliffe.org
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Team Larry and Janet Gray and Cash and Ann Godbold – Chad, Africa
Karen Dunham - Mid-East West Bank
Brian and Ann Weller – St. Petersburg, Columbia & Peru
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