God is doing great work with the following organizations and that is why we support them financially. Read about them or click on their name to visit their website below.
Grand Rapids, MI
Through the guiding light of God’s Spirit, Guiding Light partners with individuals to fulfill their God-given potential through rescue, recovery and re-engagement in the community.
The fulfillment of men’s God-given potential means more than addiction recovery, more than getting back to work and more than re-integrating as a productive member of the community. It is restoring the potential of life – because for many of Guiding Light’s clients, that is truly what is at stake. To that end, they approach their work through programs that allow them to address the needs of each man individually: Back to Work, Recovery, Iron House and The Job Post.”
His House Christian Fellowship is a ministry that reaches out to college and university students with the story of Jesus Christ. Currently, 12 Michigan colleges and universities have ministries. Since its inception in 1969, His House has maintained a goal to raise up students who are wise enough to seek Him, tender enough to love those around them, strong enough to influence nations, and excited enough to change history.
TCM International Institute
TCM’s vision is that every nation will have effective leaders of disciple-making movements, impacting their churches, cultures, and countries for Christ. With a mission of developing Christian leaders for significant service this is accomplished by providing graduate level education. Currently TCM has about 2,000 graduates and students from almost 50 nations around the world, including our new students in Kenya and the United States.
TCM comes alongside Christians leaders who are disciple makers in their own countries and have a passion for reaching their people for Christ. Through TCM International Institute a Christian leader who already knows the language, customs, and culture of their country can be trained and equipped for a lifetime of making disciples who make more disciples for about 2% of the cost to send a U.S. missionary to that same country.
Today, Christianville operates four schools, adult technical school, children’s feeding program, pastoral outreach, several agricultural extension programs, and works with eight churches throughout Haiti. They provide a safe platform for mission groups to develop outreach programs within the community.