This organization has served over 65,000 women in the last 27 years in DFW by providing free pregnancy tests, free ultrasounds, consultation, classes and assistance. They "provide women and their families in DFW and the surrounding areas with the support they need in the face of uncertainty."
You can sign up to serve right here and sign up to give right here.
FTN is similar to Forefront, but serves folks who are at a different stage of life. The goal of For the Nations is "to provide educational and acculturation services that help meet the practical needs of refugees and to share with them the gospel of Jesus Christ."
This organization's mission is to "reach for the unreached by building disciple-making teams and equipping young adults for a lifetime of effective ministry ..." In Richardson this means discipling international students and refugees.
Clint and his family are on mission in Waltham, Mass. just outside of Boston to "make, mature, and multiply disciples in Waltham by providing clear and compelling witness to the real Jesus."
The Patronellas have played a big role in the lives of so many of our people over the years, and we are thrilled to partner with them as they take the gospel to some of the toughest places in the northeast.
The Parkers are planting Pillar Church in a tough part of East Ft. Worth with a launch team starting early in 2019. They are intent on "giving (the community of East Ft. Worth) repeated opportunities to see, hear, and respond to the gospel of Jesus Christ."
Reconciliation Church in North Carolina exists to be a glimpse of eternity in Southeast Raleigh and Knightdale. Where one day, people from every place, background and stage of life will come together before the Lord and worship him. Reconciliation is a glimpse of that — a diverse community united as one before Jesus Christ.
Leaders Collective was started to come alongside pastors and care for them. For their good. For the good of their family. For the good of the Church. And — ultimately — for the glory of God. They help pastors and church planters sustain healthy, fruitful ministry so they — through Jesus’ church — can advance the gospel throughout the world.
Josh and Mel S. and their four children have lived and served in Africa for the past seven years. They lead a team working in media, education and medical fields in order to bless, and in the hope of seeing gospel transformation on this continent.
Their vision is to help initiate a church planting movement among the indigenous peoples, together with the local church of nearby people groups. They focus their attention on establishing gospel communities in every city and town in the area where they live.
Brandon and Christine H. have served for twelve years in an East Asian city with a population the same as Texas. Their goal is to cultivate healthy churches. They do this by investing deeply in one local indigenous church and a handful of local pastors.
Please pray for wisdom and boldness for them and the local believers as persecution from the government has drastically increased over the last two years.
Ross has been living in Beirut, Lebanon since September 2020. His team’s vision is to mobilize and empower local believers to catalyze church planting movements throughout the Arab world. He is currently in Lebanon with the hopes of learning language and using the country as a base to mobilize, train, and equip the local church to go to the unreached places within Lebanon and outside the country as well.