We believe in sending support to missionaries and organizations who have given their life's work to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the end of the earth! We have missionaries scattered all across the world! Click on them to read updates and information about their ministries.
Because some of the missionaries we support are located in regions closed to the Gospel, we cannot post information or updates about them here.
GHANA, WEST AFRICA
GHANA, WEST AFRICA
Alex is a missionary to the country of Ghana, West Africa, which is his homeland. He moved to the Tacoma area many years ago, but in 2009 felt the call of God on him to return home. Since then, he has started a church movement there, and has seen the Lord move in incredible ways!
To reach out to all people, especially the lost, in and around all communities the church has a presence in. We reach out to residents of communities the principal church and other assemblies are located. We encourage meeting of the saints on regular basis even if they are not necessarily members of The Church of New Creation. Our focus is the unbelievers, the poor and the needy in the society.
Alex saw a huge need for a consistent gathering of Christians to worship together in his homeland. After his studies in the US, responded to the calling of the need to spearhead this initiative. His church gatherings started in community members homes. The culture and spirituality of the Gas are not Christian in nature. Settlers and in fact most Gas are Christians.
Network211 is a world missionary outreach focused on global evangelism and discipleship via the Internet. Their outreach extends in several languages to people in over 200 countries and territories.
Their vision is to proclaim Christ to all people, build a global community of believers, and work with our partners in ministry.
Their mission is to use 21st century technology to communicate the 1st century gospel.
Bill serves as the Vice President of Content Development, working with all aspects of their written and visual communication on the internet. They provide discipleship for more than 170,000 people with more added every day. One of the most important projects he oversees is language translation. Their goal is to make answers available in the top 10 languages used on the Internet. He also oversees a Christian social network he developed that allows our visitors to share life with believers from around the world.
Visit network211.com for more information.
Jeff & Pam are missionaries to the Asia Pacific region. They focus on using technology and media as tools for spreading the Gospel. Technology and media is rapidly changing the way people connect and communicate with each other. As missionaries with the Assemblies of God World Missions, their goal is to empower national churches to be effective producers and users of media tools for ministry. They do this through Vision Casting, Training, and joint Production.
Their use and training in the field of media has allowed them access and reach into parts of Asia that would otherwise be closed to the Gospel.
Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response. Convoy of Hope works both domestically and internationally in their programs.
In the past 20 years, Convoy of Hope has been active in 48 states and providing disaster response, conducting community outreach events, and directing nutritional programs and sustainability projects.
Since Convoy of Hope was established it has brought help and hope to 113 countries and counting. This has been made possible, in part, thanks to Convoy of Hope Europe. Their "Focus Countries" include Haiti, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, the Philippines, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, and South Africa.
One of the main programs we send support to each year as a church is through One Day. One Day to Feed the World is Convoy of Hope’s annual campaign that has the power to transform the lives of children and families throughout the world. By taking part in One Day to Feed the World we help transform the lives of children by helping them provide healthy living through nutritious food, clean and safe drinking water and much more.
The Myers served 8 years (2004-2012) as missionaries to Swaziland, Africa. Their primary focus being to support the efforts of the national church in developing ministry to children. In March 2012, as the Myers neared the end of their second term in Swaziland, they sensed God stirring their hearts for UPGs (unreached people groups).
In July 2013, they transitioned to Ethiopia where they are now working closely with the Ethiopian Assemblies of God to develop strategies for church planting among the unreached. The Myers are passionate about seeing the good news carried to those who have never heard. Along with these efforts, Tasha and the Myers kids will have the opportunity to join the Bingham Academy community. Tasha as a teacher for the elementary program and the Myers kids as students.