Big Creek Missions
Big Creek Missions is a Christian ministry center in Bear Branch, Kentucky that works to connect churches and volunteer groups from across the country with needs that exist in the Leslie, Clay, and Perry County areas.
Students and adults will choose between three ministry tracks:
|Children:||leading day camps, BYB clubs, and working with local children's programs|
|Community:||assisting in community outreaches, working with local agencies and ministries to spread the gospel (this is among our most popular ministries!)|
|Construction:||assisting in renovation of homes of those in need.|
Going Global Inc.
Dennis & Robin Nonnemacher
- We equip and encourage young leaders of the Body of Christ throughout the world through sound biblical teaching, providing resources, encouragement and leadership skills development.
- We bring hope, joy and Christian teaching to children throughout the world by providing love and encouragement, financial support, food, clothing and worker training.
- We connect the Body of Christ from developed countries with the church in developing countries in order to reach the people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
- We help leaders in the Body of Christ to develop vision for mobilizing their church in God's mission to a lost and hopeless world without salvation through Jesus Christ.
- We provide humanitarian assistance for those in need regardless of race, gender, age, religious beliefs, or geographic location
News Service 2000
News Service 2000 is a non-profit Christian organization that exists to provide aid to the Persecuted Church through:
- Bible Distribution
- Financial Support
- Humanitarian Aid
News Service 2000 works to provide information to the American Church for the purpose of:
Love Children's Home (Myanmar)
Peter and Rebecca run Love Children's Home, an orphanage in Asia that shares the love of Jesus to numerous children. They also provide biblical training to young men and women, raising them up to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Love Children Home (Andaman)
Raja and Sheba have been working for the welfare of orphans, destitute and underprivileged in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands since from 2006. Presently they are looking after 120 children in their orphanage, giving them food, shelter, accommodation, education, parental love and care. They teach the children the love of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Manos de Compasion
Dave and Deborah Reichard / Tom and Susan Stukenberg
Located in the Bay of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala, Manos de Compasion is a childrens' home serving the Lord in the care of the orphan and preaching the gospel to the lost. Their number one goal is to raise up abandoned, abused, and forgotten children to be men and women of Christ. Their ministry complex is made up of 5 main buildings, including 4 ministry houses and a school. Each of the ministry houses have "house parents" that look after the children in those specific houses.
Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the Church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Karl and Amy Steinbrinck
PowerLink Ministries was founded by Karl and Amy Steinbrinck in the fall of 2000. Their vision is to reach children in the unreached areas of Green Bay while encouraging children’s ministry efforts around the world. They believe teaching children the Truth is something we cannot ignore! The vast majority of Christians find salvation before the age of 18. Studies also show people who make a commitment to their faith before becoming teenagers are more likely to stay committed as they grow.
Manna for Life
The mission of Manna For Life Ministries is to reflect the Love of Jesus Christ in the Green Bay community, and to help people by meeting needs and planting seeds of Love, Hope, Kindness, and Faith in them. Their goal is to provide food, clothing, household items, transitional employment and job skills, allowing people to take control of their lives and giving them the ability to live a healthier and more productive life in our community.