What we do

Our ministry spans to nearly 50 countries worldwide across four different ministry programs.

A global ministry

We partner with Christian Ministry Organizations to reach people in nearly 50 countries worldwide. This work falls into four categories of programs: Children’s Ministry, Starting New Churches, Adult Bible-Based Literacy, and work within the Persecuted Church.

We equip local champions to bring God’s Word to people living in spiritual and physical poverty. The power of the Holy Spirit is working to transform communities, and even entire nations, from the inside out.

Children’s Ministry

Local champions introduce children to the love of Jesus Christ through Bible Clubs, Vacation Bible School, and even partnerships with national governments to work in existing education systems.

When children meet Jesus, their hearts are transformed. And they take their new Bible and the life-giving message of Jesus Christ home to their families.

Adult Ministry

Often brushed off by society and lacking opportunity, many illiterate men and women feel a deep sense of unworthiness.

Local champions use the Bible to teach women and men how to read, write, and learn basic life skills. Every lesson is infused with Biblical perspective, helping students see their true worth in the eyes of Jesus. Adult students mature in their faith and confidently walk into their God-given future!

Starting New Churches

By equipping leaders with steady access to Bibles and training, these local champions work to transform their communities from the inside out.

With genuine faith and deep love for their neighbours, local champions can spark powerful movements within their communities. These modern-day disciples receive mentorship from experienced leaders, tools for sharing God’s Word and hands-on guidance to start 1-2 local churches where there are currently none.

Persecuted Church Ministry

Believers in countries where it is dangerous to be a Christian ask for just two things: Bibles and prayers. The Living Word of God builds up communities of oppressed believers and strengthens their resolve.

In the midst of their persecution, there is tremendous victory as the Gospel is shared and many come to know the hope and comfort of Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.