Missions We Support

Advancing Native Missions (ANM)
Advancing Native Missions is an organization that sends out missionaries that are native to the area, culture, and langauge. Because of that, they need less training than western missionaries and can do the work at a fraction of the cost of western missionaries, as well being able to evangelize places closed to foreigners.

Flying H Youth Ranch
The Flying H Youth Ranch is an organization that takes in troubled teenage boys and helps them both in school and spiritually. Located a bit outside of the Tri Cities (Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland) in Washington, they have a large area to help boys become men and also find and grow in Christ.

Keith & Kathy Ham with Missions of Hope International
The Hams serve with the CMF team in partnership with Missions of Hope International (MOHI) in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. The goal of their many activities in the Mathare Valley is to see individual lives and communities transformed for Christ.

The Hams are involved in holistic ministry. MOHI currently uses the education and feeding of 13,000 children as an inroad into all types of ministry to the families of the Mathare Valley, including community development, health education, micro-credit loans, business training, church leadership and staff development. As this is done, small groups are formed to pray and study the Bible and churches develop from these groups. To provide leadership for the churches, they have begun the Urban Ministry Institute.

Ezekiel (Compassion International)
Our church does and has supported a child, Ezekiel, for quite a few years through Compassion International. What Compassion Internation does, through allowing people and organizations to sponsor children is to use the money to not only meet the phsycial needs of the child, but also spiritual and emotional needs of them as well.

LWBI Transition House
The LWBI Transition House is a ministry-based transition house (somewhat similar to what most people know as a halfway house). Through Bible studies and church services at good churches nearby, they lead people recently out of jail and/or prison who are on parole into spiritual freedom that is only possible through the power of Christ.