MISSIONS THROUGH UNITY
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Located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, the Agape Home for babies with HIV/AIDS opened in May 1996 as a response to the plight of children impacted by the spread of HIV/AIDS across Thailand.
Many of the children who come to the Agape Home to live are, or are at risk of being, HIV positive. Many of them have already lost their parents to AIDS, and there are no other options for their care.
Agape Home provides a loving family for 100+ children aged 0-21 yrs.
Our services include:
- Nikki's Place - Agape Home: orphanage for Thai children with HIV/AIDS.
- Project Lek: at-home assistance for HIV+ children living in impoverished conditions.
- Jarawee Village: family homes for our older children living with HIV/AIDS.
All Nations Fellowship (ANF) is a multilingual, multisite, Gospel-centered Christian church dedicated to serving the Greater Nagoya area for the blessing of Japan and all nations.
We long to see a movement of God's Spirit that transforms Nagoya, Japan, and all nations for the glory of Christ.
To make disciples, equip leaders, and plant churches throughout Nagoya by proclaiming, teaching, and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our Core Values
1) Gospel-centered - ANF believes that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the power of God for the salvation of all people. The Gospel is how Christians are born, and the Gospel is how Christians grow. We believe that all of our teaching and practice should be based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ found in the Bible.
2) Church Planting – ANF is committed to planting new churches throughout our region. We intentionally meet in multiple sites around the city, and our events are translated into multiple languages to serve the members of our communities.
3) The Nations – Although our local focus is on church planting in the greater Nagoya area, ANF wants to be a blessing beyond our own city. We look for ways to proclaim the Gospel in other parts of Japan and the world for the glory of Christ.
Nagoya English Fellowship is an evangelical congregation in downtown Nagoya. Our services are in English with Japanese translation. Our members come from all over the world. We meet on Sundays for church, and have Bible studies during the week. We would love for you to join us.
Nagoya English Fellowship exists to:
Provide a haven of encouragement, spiritual nourishment and
fellowship to internationals in the Nagoya area.
To build up and mutually encourage one another in the walk of faith.
Bring the light of the gospel to Japanese and encourage them to join a congregation
Crossway Mission Church is an international English speaking church based in Seoul, South Korea. We are an independent church plant that began in 2016. Our Mission is to pursue God and the passions of His heart as we cherish the cross and finish the mission. Our vision is to see communities transformed and lives restored through discipleship that delights in, declares, and demonstrates the gospel of Jesus Christ - beginning with Korea, to the ends of the earth.
HOPE Be Restored is working to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery in South Korea and in other parts of the world.
We educate, equip, and mobilize churches to get involved in our communities to combat slavery happening in our streets. Through prayer, worship, outreaches, and discipleship, we believe every church can play a role in being light in the darkness.
We provide aftercare for victims of sex trafficking in South Korea which includes: counseling, legal help, education, job training, job placement, friendship building, and discipleship.
We help young children, women, and foreigners in Korea to experience freedom, hope, and a new future.
Please join us in our efforts to bring slavery to end in our lifetime.
"ONE WOMAN & BABY AT A TIME"
Our mission is to see every life valued from conception and every exploited woman in Korea free, healed and empowered.
Thus, we seek to provide:
1) Crisis counseling, addressing physical, emotional, and
2) Long-term community, housing, and opportunities to acquire education and job training
3) Safe and dignified alternative employment through our developing social enterprise
Located in South Korea, Women’s Hope Center (WHC) is a registered non-profit organization that is wholly dependent on the faithful partnership of donors like you.
We seek to reach women at the moment when they first find out they are pregnant and have no one to turn to for help. Most of these young women reach us via our online chat at www.whckorea.org (Korean client outreach), making our reach national. We pick them up from motels or from bus stations. Others are referred to us by NGOs, government-run shelters (e.g. Pohang Family Center) and local churches (e.g.Jusarang Church, "Baby Box").
We run a crisis pregnancy center (the first of its kind in this nation) and "safe homes" (apartments in a community) known collectively as the "HOUSE OF HOPE."
Our clients include women escaping the sex industry (pregnant or not), teen runaways including those who are running away from family trying to force an abortion, aged-out orphans who have been surviving on their own by selling their bodies and young unwed mothers. We do not discriminate between unwed, married and divorced women. We do not discriminate between nationals and foreign nationals (e.g. sex-trafficked, bartered brides). The average age of our clients is 19 years old.
Your partnership in this essential, life-saving and life-transforming ministry is deeply appreciated. Thank you so much.
Support Rocky Braat and his family as they run an incarnational ministry among HIV/AIDS children in India. Specifically, Rocky and his family are looking to raise at least $2,000 in monthly recurring donations to help with their growing family.
English Leadership Ministry (ELM) provides English tutoring classes and mentoring opportunities to TB college students living in Seoul. Our main goal is to disciple and to empower the students to realize God’s purpose in their lives. The Chinese “ELM” tree is native to Northern part of Korean Peninsula and is one of the strongest trees. It's bark is used for many tools. They uproot and grow well in multiple types of soil as long as they are given the proper amounts of water, sunlight, and shade…just like people, when given the right tools, can be adaptable and grow well in a variety of different lands. English tutoring is a great platform to disciple and to even the playing field for TBs to pursue their full potentials along side South Korean peers.
Founded in 2003, Eco-gender has been working to help victims of sex trafficking called modern slaves. The main activities are as follows.
1. Providing support (counseling, medical care, legal, etc.) and shelter for victims of sex trafficking
2. Citizen education and campaigns for anti-sex trafficking (anti-human trafficking)
This goes to our general fund to help cover our operating costs. We run as a non-profit, so our ability to support missions depends on donations we receive.
God has opened many doors for me and my wife to be in Seoul and serve in ministry. I have been a full time footstool staff member since the beginning of June and YiRang joined in mid November. We feel called to this city for the next couple of years to serve its people and the ones that are calling this place a temporary home.
Alana and I are excited to be serving in Korea again as God has made it a very personal invitation by opening doors for our us to serve where our passions thrive. We trust the Lord's calling on our lives and leading for us to move overseas to serve the people of Asia and we are confident of the deep and personal ministry He will do in and through the Smith's! We believe that serving with Footstool's dynamic team and unique mission will be an unforgettable time of our lives for the Kingdom.
JUSTICE 117 FILMS was established to explore and reveal the unfathomable circumstances that exploit the voiceless and the vulnerable. We exist to provide a platform for these courageous individuals who are willing to share their compelling stories in efforts to educate, inspire and motivate radical change in our community, if not the world.
Our next project is THE CO$T OF PLEASURE, a documentary about foreign girls being trafficked into South Korea. Check out our promo video above!
Without a doubt, God has been moving in our lives the past couple of years in the midst of much changes to our family. In this particular season, God has opened up a door for me to serve not only the city of Seoul but missionaries all over the world especially in the 10/40 window. I am excited to see how serving in the Footstool team will continue to mold and shape our family’s heart for missions.
We believe that unity in the body of Christ is, and needs to be, the main catalyst for missions. The synergy created through Kingdom partnerships is both invaluable and necessary to God’s mission in our world today. We therefore seek to serve as a platform to bring churches and Christian organizations, who have a shared investment in making disciples of those in the 10/40 window, together give glory to God through our unity but to also do better work than we could ever do alone.
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