For over 15 years, we have taken teams to local communities in Brazil to build chapels, hold outreach events for children and adults, and provide medical, food, and clothing assistance. Our next Brazil Mission Trip is scheduled for June 27 - July 7, 2019.
We take teams to build houses with the Independent Baptist Mission for Jamaica as well as assisting at the Robin’s Nest Children’s Home and Orphanage. Our next Jamaica Mission Trip is scheduled for February 15 - 22, 2019.
We take teams to build houses with Habitat for Humanity and to assist with the ministry of the Quirino Familiy and the Amazing Grace Center for Widows and Orphans in Kenya. Our next Kenya Mission Trip is scheduled for November 7 - 17, 2018 .
We take teams to work with the poor, provide disaster relief, and have an evangelical outreach to local communities in the Philippines. Our next Philippine Mission Trip is scheduled for December 18 - 31, 2019.
We have sent funds to assist with relief after the Indonesian Tsunami and for clean water projects in Malawi, Haiti, India, and outreach to Thailand through Vacation Bible School gifts.
The Brown Family
Scott Brown is a Jewish believer in Yeshua who has been sharing the Good News of the Messiah with Jewish people for nearly 30 years. Scott entered full time missionary service with Chosen People Ministries in 1988 and planted Son of David Congregation. After 19 fruitful years of pastoral leadership at SODC, Scott, along with his wife Marjorie and four of their seven children, moved to New Zealand where Scott is serving as Director of Celebrate Messiah New Zealand. Scott is reaching out to the thousands of Israeli and other international tourists whose physical journeys are often part of a spiritual quest. Through seminars, conferences and church meetings, Scott is also equipping Christians throughout New Zealand with a broader understanding of Israel in prophecy, and the Jewish roots of Christianity.
The George Family
Rob, Donna, Sara, & Hannah George serve with Church Resource Ministries in the International "Ethne Division" in Europe. They lived in Szeged, Hungary with CRM from 2003-2010, supporting evangelical church leaders and church planting/mission efforts in Southeast Hungary and Northern Serbia, also partnering with the Novi Sad Theological Seminary in Serbia. They now live in Kandern, Germany since 2011, supporting the German Free Evangelical denomination in Southwest Germany. They are focused on supporting church leaders and mission in the Kandern Valley, new forms of discipleship and mission-oriented home groups, and church planting efforts on Lake Constance. They have another CRM family on their team and their main focus is refugee ministry in their region. They continue to travel back to Hungary and Serbia, bringing Kandern-based German believers with us to experience mission and partner in specific mission projects.
The Quirino Family
Julio and Angelica Quirino joined the staff of Africa Inland Mission in 1996. After training, English language school, and raising support, they arrived in Nairobi in 2000. They are presently training church leaders, pastors and missionaries to reach the world through the Kibera New Life Church in Nairobi as they strengthen the missionary vision of the community. They further serve people living in the slum through sports ministry, a children's choir and by offering classes that enable people to develop a trade so they are able to support themselves and their families.
The Olero Ministry
We provide financial support for the Amazing Grace Center for Widows and Orphans Care Center in Kenya, founded by former member, Rafael Olero. We also helped oversee the work of building a dormitory and continue to seek ways to help them become more self-sufficient.
The Rutledge Family
Kevin and Jan Rutledge are serving in Frankfurt, Germany. With a German-speaking mother church, their vision is to plant a new church in a lower-income neighborhood. Frankfurt is the most international city in Germany. The goal is to have both Germans and internationals learning about Jesus together. The Rutledges lived in Germany years ago as students and are comfortable with the culture and language. As English teachers, their hope is to use teaching and any other means of relationship-building to share the good news of Jesus Christ. They hope to connect to the refugees in the area who are over the initial "honeymoon" stage of fleeing to safety in 2015 and are now struggling to adapt to their new culture.