AMBASSADORS FOR CHRIST
Philippine Evangelism, Inc.
Mooresville, IN 46158
Phone: (317) 831-2170
Emphasis for the mission is the In-Service Training Seminars to train men and women from rural areas for evangelism, and the Palm Haven Children’s Home for short term child care for families in crisis. Orphaned, abandoned and surrendered children are also cared for until adoptive families are found.
4605 S. Allendale Dr.
Trafalgar, IN 46181
Phone: (317) 878-4400
The ministry at Camp Allendale has a two-fold mission. During the summer months there are traditional and specialty youth camps for grades 1-12 with over 2,300 campers each year. During the non-summer months facilities are rented to groups for retreats, meetings and luncheons. The camp is located in Trafalgar, Indiana. Since it began in 1951, the camp has grown to 180 acres with two lakes and over 40 buildings.
CENTRAL BRAZIL MISSION, INC.
Michael Haubner, forwarding agent
P.O. Box 420
McCoy, VA 24111
Phone: (540) 633-2419 or (937) 688-4762
The main emphasis of the mission is starting churches and leadership training for the Brazilians. They are also involved in social projects which include Day Care Centers, schools, and Project Grow that involves over 1000 under privileged children in soccer programs that include English lessons, computer training, and the arts. Olympic Village, which will become a type of orphanage and vocational school, is a vision for the future of Project Grow under Marlon’s leadership. A medical boat ministry on the Amazon River is also a major part of the mission outreach.
CENTRAL INDIA CHRISTIAN MISSION
P.O. Box 430267
Houston, TX 77243-0267
Phone: (713) 935-0286
The focus is on evangelism, starting churches and leadership training. The mission also includes a Medical Ministry with a hospital, clinic and medical camps held in remote areas. The Children’s Fund Program helps meet the needs of 2,900 children. These benevolence ministries open the doors for sharing the Gospel.
CHRIST REACHING ASIA MISSION WORLDWIDE INC
P.O. Box 563
Bedford, Indiana 47421
Phone: (800) 455-6476
Dr. Chan Yung Kim, a native Korean, and his wife Patricia have been on the mission field since 1970. They are the parents of four natural and five adopted children. Their work in China and North Korea includes a bakery, foreign language school, special education school, farm, kindergarten, medical clinics, children’s home, day care center, and a soymilk company. The bread and soymilk are used to supplement diets for thousands of children. Churches in these countries meet underground or in secret and the Christian worshipers are in danger of persecution.
21199 Greenview Road
Council Bluffs, Iowa 51503-4190
Phone: (712) 322-5493
Deaf Missions is a Christian mission dedicated to helping deaf people SEE Jesus. Deafness is more than just a loss of hearing. Deaf people belong to a distinct cultural group with unique customs and ways of communicating. Deaf Missions, founded in 1970, produces Bible visuals which are used by more than 50 different denominational groups in more than 80 countries.
EXTENDED HAND MINISTRIES
P.O. Box 44163
Indianapolis, Indiana 46244
Phone: (317) 870-9217
The central purpose for the mission is to promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ to juveniles and adults in Indiana correctional facilities and to disciple inmates in their growth in Christ. Their ministry includes conducting worship services, teaching Bible classes, distributing Christian literature, counseling one-on-one and coordinating volunteers. Much of their work is done at Marion County and Pendleton Juvenile facilities, the Marion County Jail, Indiana Women’s Prison and the Indianapolis Womenís and Men’s work release programs.
GOOD NEWS PRODUCTIONS INTERNATIONAL
P.O. Box 222
2111 N. Main Street
Joplin, Missouri 64802-0222
Phone: (417) 782-3999
The work of the ministry includes production of culturally-oriented audio-visual materials and the development and use of methods for delivering these materials including solar backpacks and satellites. Millions of people around the globe are being impacted every day by the work at GNPI.
INTERNATIONAL DISASTER EMERGENCY SERVICE
P.O. Box 60
Kempton, Indiana 46049-0060
Phone: (765) 947-5100
IDES has assisted in all kinds of disasters and hunger needs, including drought, refugee camps, typhoons, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, fires, and epidemics. They have also helped with programs that enable people to develop their own resources. Wells have been dug, housing provided, irrigation systems set up and agricultural and fishing equipment given all with the intended purpose of helping the people become self-sufficient.
JAINTIA INDIA MISSIONS
India: Mawkyrdup Ladthalaboh Jowai
Jaintia Hills District
Meghalaya, 793150, India
United States: Mr. & Mrs. Harold Rees,
8235 Linda Leigh Lane
Indianapolis, Indiana 46217
Along with preaching the Gospel, teaching new Christians and training church leaders, Jaintia Mission also provides schools for children in the area. The Bible is taught as part of the curriculum and these schools have an outstanding reputation. Health Awareness Programs are being planned particularly for the rural areas.
MOUNTAIN MISSION SCHOOL
1760 Edgewater Drive
Grundy, Virginia 24614
Phone: (276) 935-2954
Mountain Mission School ministers to children of poverty, neglect or abuse helping them to find hope and opportunity. In recent years, more than 90 percent of the schools graduates have enrolled in colleges. The school operates totally from private donations from individuals, churches and businesses. It receives no government funds of any kind.
NORTH EAST INDIA CHRISTIAN MISSION
Pahamsyiem Nongpoh Forwarding Agents
Post Office Nongpoh Mr. & Mrs. Wilford Kuhn
Pin 793102 Ri-Bhoi District 8484 North 750 East
Maghalaya, India Morristown, Indiana 46161-9720
email@example.com Phone: (765) 763-6001
The purpose of this mission is to train men and women to preach the gospel and start new churches in Northeast India. This year ten students graduated from the Bible Institute and returned to their homes to preach. There are also ministers who have graduated from South India Bible College, but there is a need for more workers. One preacher is working with 15 churches. The mission also has a Christian school for the children in the area and a medical ministry. The mission is helping to provide water wells for the villages.
TCM: TRAINING CHRISTIANS FOR MINISTRY
6337 Holister Drive
P.O. Box 24560
Indianapolis, Indiana 46224
Phone: (317) 299-0333
This training ministry is important to church leaders living in Eastern Europe and Central Asia because there are very few Bible colleges or opportunities for taking ministry courses. TCM is designed to provide graduate-level study for pastors and church leaders. All of the required classes are taught at Haus Edelweiss or at 12 TCM teaching sites in 11 countries.
INTERCHURCH FOOD PANTRY OF JOHNSON COUNTY
2900 North Graham Road
Franklin, Indiana 46131
Phone: (317) 736-5090
People who already are living with a narrow margin for error can easily go over the poverty line if unemployment or health issues hit unexpectedly. Who really looks in the mirror in the morning and thinks, “Today I’m going to lose my job and have to go to the food pantry?” Through weekly volulteer workers, food drives, and financial gifts Bluff Creek invest in this local effor to Love Others in our community in tangible ways.