We have “Overseas Christian Workers”. Though they are serving in the Arabian Peninsula. Their greatest need is for prayer for the people, the country, themselves and other Christian Workers. The Arabian Peninsula is a country with approximately the same population as Texas—21 million people. Most are farmers, growing olives, wheat, almonds, dates and herding sheep. They speak Arabic and are Muslim.
Our Missionary has lived and worked in China over 20 years. Some of the services they offer are; remote medical/dental clinics, Orphanage Services, foster care, Children’s medical center and other ventures to benefit the people of China. The team reaches out in God’s love to meet people in their hour of critical need with answers of care and provision.
Christian Haitian Outreach is a multifaceted ministry, reaching out to heal, educate, feed and house the hurting children of Haiti. Eleanor “Mom” Workman has invested the Gospel of the Kingdom in the hearts and minds of Haitiian children for more than 30 years. She is the mother of two orphanages with over 170 children. She has built two schools for 1060 students. In addition, CHO ministers to 125 pastors working in the mountain villages and remote areas of Haiti. As Mom Workman prepares for retirement CHO’s new director is Pastor Jarman Esperance.
This mission does home construction, as well as operates 3 soup kitchens around the Matamoros area that is open 5 days a week. They also have an elderly housing outreach. The mission is also involved in a number of outreach ministries in the interior of Mexico in the states of San Louis and Chiapas.
Judy Mensch works in conjunction with Hope International Ministries. Their ultimate goal is to take 'Europe for Jesus' – one city at a time. They have evangelistic meetings as well as home Bible studies to meet the spiritual needs of the people. They also provide food, clothing and medical supplies for the poor and needy.
Under the leadership of Pastor Vaifanua and Eva Pele, Mission of Hope Ministries of Columbia, South Carolina, has conducted over 13 medical missions' trips in the Samoan Islands of the South Pacific. Volunteer teams of health professionals and laypersons have traveled to assist in these endeavors. They bring much needed medical services. With the generosity of church, business and individual supporters, supplies of medical equipment and medicines are brought to these remote and neglected communities.
These missionaries are currently serving in Lhasa - Tibet. The missionaries, like other sent in foreign countries practice “Friendship Evangelism”. They operate the Tibet Summit Fine Art Café which they are able to share the love and practices of Jesus through their business practices and the manner in which they treat their staff and customers.