The Missions We Support
Helping Jews who relocate to Israel. In the process, many come to know and accept Jesus as their Savior.
Aliyah Return Center is a Bible-centered, prophetic and non-proselytizing ministry built on a foundation of love in uncompromising faith. It is directed by Chaim Malespin, a Galilean. He has the commitment and support of his wife, Deanna, and takes joy in his three children. ARC is building bridges and encouraging Jews and Christians to work together to fulfill God’s plans for Israel and the Nations. God uses education, infrastructural development and innovation, to "build their legacy." God has covenant love for Israel, and ARC is teaching immigrants to be part of the prophesied “Return and Restoration” of His Jewish people, from the four corners of the earth.
The Astoria Rescue Mission is an arm of the churches in reaching out to the least, the last and the lost.
The Astoria Rescue Mission has a primary concern of introducing people to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and to help them develop a relationship with HIM. The Rescue Mission serve those who come, physically, spiritually and emotionally. They have daily Bible studies and chapel services; they provide counseling, offer and encourage higher education and perform community service through the “Reasonable Stewardship” program. When an individual is ready, ARM helps acquire and maintain employment. They provide showers, meals, lodging, laundry and fresh clothing may be acquired once a week. Chaplain Rudy Kruger oversees the ministry, and Robert Warinar manages the mission program in Astoria, Oregon. ARM was established in 1981.
Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same.
The mission was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1894 by Rabbi Leopold Cohn, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant with
a zeal to share the knowledge of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah with God’s chosen people. Today, Chosen People Ministries serves in eighteen
countries across the globe. Our outreach programs include evangelism and discipleship, Messianic Centers and congregations, equipping the
local church for Jewish evangelism, digital evangelism through our Isaiah 53 Campaigns and I Found Shalom videos, and benevolence work.
With your help, we will continue proclaiming the Good News through Jesus the Messiah to Jewish people around the world.
Jason Rose is the Director of the Greater Tel Aviv Messianic Center for Chosen People Ministries. Jason and his wife, Janice, live in Israel with their family. CPM evangelizes, disciples and serves the Jewish people.
CPC is committed to educating and assisting anyone facing pregnancy to make the best decision.
Coast Pregnancy Clinic in Astoria, OR is a faith-based organization committed to serving clients of all walks of life, operating from a holistic model, meaning it is concerned about the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of each client. Coast is staffed by medical professionals, with a medical director, certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. With GOD’S love, staff and volunteers treat everyone with kindness and respect; have open and honest answers to life’s questions; hold client information in strict confidence; are committed to evidence-based education about abortion procedures and risks.
The Damascus House believes in the inerrancy, authority, and sufficiency of God’s Word and holds the Bible as the primary tool of discipleship and heart change.
The Damascus House is a Gospel-centered, drug and alcohol recovery ministry. It opened a house for men in 2015 and opens a house for women this year. Our heart-focused discipleship model teaches drug- and alcohol- dependent people the life-changing truth of the Gospel. Residents learn what it means to leave the "old-man" behind (Eph.4:22), in order to renew their minds on God’s Word (v.23). The Damascus House firmly believes that the Gospel has the power to transform lives from addiction, to lives of worship and freedom in Christ. Our friend, Oliver (Lisa) Underwood is men's house director.
Day Star Ministries work planting churches as well as teaching and training those called to ministry.
Weldon and Dorothy both accepted Christ as children and were called to the ministry in their teens; they have now been in ministry for over 50 years. They have 4 grown children and 18 grandchildren. The Piors have served in personal street ministry, prison ministry, taught in a Christian academy, ministered in other countries and helped with pastoral leadership. They now administer church leadership in the Philippine Island of Cebu. Their focus is to equip an army of evangelists to impact the nations -- first the Islands of the Philippines, then other nations.
Dugit / Adonai Roi reach Jews in Israel with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Dugit Messianic Outreach Centre is reestablishing Tel Aviv as the spiritual gateway of Israel, through outreach, discipleship, teaching, and intercession. Adonai Roi (“The Lord is my Shepherd”) was founded by Avi and Chaya Mizrachi in 1996 with a few people meeting in a private home. Adonai Roi launched Dugit into the community with a passion for Israelis to come to Jesus.
Dugit means “little fishing boat” which goes out into Tel Aviv and the nation of Israel, in order to have a greater impact on their community for the Lord Yeshua, Jesus.
Ethnos360 works to spread the Gospel message to unreached peoples in remote areas of the world.
Motivated by the love of Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, Ethnos360 exists to assist the ministry of the local church through the mobilizing, equipping, and coordinating of believers to evangelize unreached people groups, translate the Scriptures, and see indigenous churches established that glorify God. In short, to see a thriving church for every people.
Adam and Anna Ferguson, along with their five children, serve the Lembena people in remote jungle territory in Papua New Guinea. Ethnos360 placed them nearly four years ago to live and work among the least-reached. They are learning the culture and dialect of one of the 850 unreached language groups here. Soon they will be able to teach in a native tongue, so that they may present the Gospel, using Ethnos360's 'Firm Foundations', starting with Creation and going through the New Testament. Their next step will be to disciple the new believers as well as translate the New Testament into their language, desiring the church to reach out to the surrounding villages.
Dave and Diann Yunker serve in support and are based in the U.S.
David and Diann are both from Washington State and began serving the Lord as young adults after they were married in 1973. The Lord began to work in their hearts about a life in missions. They were challenged by a New Tribes Mission rep when they entered the training program and began serving in Papua New Guinea in 1984. The Lord has been faithful in their 40 years of service. They currently serve the Ethnos360 Connection Center in Florida remotely from central Washington State. Their ministry involves connecting people interested in serving with Ethnos360 with positions overseas.
The Chinns work in Birmingham, England as part of a GEM initiative called "Engage West Midlands."
Grant and Jeni Chinn have been married for 25 years and have 3 grown children and 1 grandchild. They have been in vocational ministry for 25 years within their local church, in Young Life, and now on the mission field with a specific ministry to youth and young adults. They will be serving with GEM in Birmingham, England coaching and mentoring young missionaries.
The Heaths support the children of missionaries serving in Europe.
Micah and Andrea Heath are Village Missions kids who originally met at a VM Conference in Cannon Beach, OR. Later, both spent summers together at Five Mile Lake Camp. While attending Multnomah University, Micah learned about Greater Europe Mission (GEM) at a missions conference. After college, GEM placed them as pastors to missionary kids in France for 10 years. They later relocated to Germany, before God moved them back to Washington State, and later to Colorado.
Micah is Associate Director of GEM-K, which connects with European missionary kids, cares for their emotional and spiritual well-being, and challenges them to trust GOD. When teenagers make their own decision to wholeheartedly follow Jesus, and when families thrive on the field, it's incredible to see what God can do in and through them.
The Pratts own a farm in Washington and travel for their ministry.
Larry and Vonnie Pratt are missionaries with InFaith, serving locally and around the country, ministering at camps, churches, Vacation Bible Schools, CEF clubs, care facilities, community events and more. With music, stories, natural illustrations and a puppet ministry, they effectively share the Good News of salvation through Jesus Christ.
InFaith is a Gospel movement, stemming from the American Sunday School Union (1817), renamed American Missionary Fellowship in 1974, which was formed to spread God’s kingdom message in the United States. InFaith maintains a continuity of outreach ministry that spans over 200 years.
Lech L'cha is a nationwide ministry for young believers across Israel.
“Lech L’cha” (translated: “Go forth!”) the words God spoke to Abraham when He commanded Abraham to leave his home and go to Canaan (Gen. 12:1), and again when God asked Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac (Gen. 22:2). These words also remind us of the commandment Yeshua (Jesus) gave His disciples, saying: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations…” (Matt. 28:19). “Lech L’cha” is therefore His commission to us all, to follow HIM.
Lech L’cha is a nationwide ministry for young believers, following their military service across Israel, where the focus is discipleship, teaching, equipping, and encouraging young believers to walk a life of faith. This is directly effort is directly affected by trusting Scripture and power of God in their lives.
Oasis Christian Ministries International is the ministry of Colin and Mary Wellard.
Oasis Christian Ministries International is the ministry of Colin and Mary Wellard: an itinerant pastoral, music and church recovery ministry, which has taken them to Africa, Europe, South America, Canada and the United States. They both come from missionary families and have hearts to see Christ’s church healthy and functional. They have four adult daughters, all who love and serve the Lord in both North America and Europe, along with several grandchildren. Hillcity Church in Abbotsford, BC is their Canadian base of operation. Their desire is to see the church move ahead in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Andy and Karina (Keeky) work in Buvuma Islands, on Lake Victoria, Uganda.
Karina ‘Keeky’ (nee Thomas) and Andy Smith are founders and servants, from the USA, with Shepherd’s Heart International Ministry. Keeky was called to ministry at a young age. She and Andy trained to minister in missions; only after prolonged illness was she prepared to answer the “call” to Uganda’s Lingira Islands. They raised their two sons there, but have since returned to the United States.
SHIM is based in Uganda, but has outreach to the world. Living Hope school, Bible institutes, and SHIM’S Gospel-centered work is part of the change, in that part of the world.
Robert Wafula is co-founder of SHIM in Uganda.
Advancing God’s Kingdom through the transformation of communities around the world by promoting spiritual, social, and economic development through networking with communities and empowering indigenous leaders to minister effectively among their own people. Pastor Robert Wafula and his wife, Carol, work with leaders to promote spiritual and social change, by God’s design, with agriculture and economic development, education and evangelism. Discipleship for family ministry, personal hygiene and health care, sanitation and water projects empower the indigenous people.
Reaching millions of people in rural North America, Village Missions is Helping country churches thrive.
Small country churches struggle to pay their bills, to find pastors, to keep the doors open. Each year, hundreds of churches close their doors, and people look to the next town. What about that community? Who will help them know God? Where will they turn in a crisis? How will they hear of the love of Jesus Christ?
Village Missions is committed to helping country churches thrive, since 1948, all across North America. It places pastors in rural churches and help get them back on their feet. VM has a vital presence in 230 rural communities throughout North America.