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ASSEMBLIES OF GOD MISSIONS
Evangelism, Worship, Discipleship & Compassion
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LATIN AMERICA CHILDCARE
Latin America Childcare represents the largest integrated network of evangelical schools in Latin America and the Caribbean. Founded in 1963, the ministry has grown to include over 300 projects affecting more than 100,000 children in 21 countries. It continues to touch thousands of Latin Americans with the truth of the gospel...to equip them with the basic skills for competing in, and transforming, their society...and to give them the things dreams are made of: a future.
Latin America ChildCare is dedicated to transforming the lives of needy children with the Good News of Jesus Christ through education and ministries of compassion.
The shared vision of this community of committed people is...
Transformation - Sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ through our words and deeds with children, their families and their community
Education - Applying knowledge and skills in the real-life context of students
Compassion - Caring for children through nutrition, health care and spiritual formation programs
Latin America ChildCare is a ministry of The General Council of the Assemblies of God which has established its tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Donations to Latin America ChildCare are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
If we can further assist you in any way, please do not hesitate to Contact Us. After all, it's people just like you who make it possible for us to minister to the needy children of Latin America.
MISSION OF MERCY
One Child Matters is a child sponsorship organization helping to meet the physical and spiritual needs of children in poverty-stricken areas of the world. Through our ministry programs, children receive food, education, medical aid and hope in Jesus Christ.
NATIONAL NETWORK OF YOUTH MINISTRY
Reaching Youth... Together
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In 1865, William Booth, an ordained Methodist minister, aided by his wife Catherine, formed an evangelical group dedicated to preaching among the ?unchurched? people living in the midst of appalling poverty in London?s East End. Booth?s ministry recognized the interdependence of material, emotional and spiritual needs. In addition to preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ, Booth became involved in the feeding and shelter of the hungry and homeless and in rehabilitation of alcoholics.
Booth and his followers, originally known as The Christian Mission, became The Salvation Army in 1878, when that organization evolved on a quasi-military pattern. Booth became "the General" and officers ranks were given to his ministers.
The Salvation Amy has functioned successfully within that unusual structure for more than a century. As of 2005, its outreach has been expanded to include more than 100 countries, and the Gospel is preached by its officers in more than 160 languages.
The basic social services developed by William Booth have remained an outward visible expression of the Army?s strong religious principles. In addition, new programs that address contemporary needs have been established. Among these are disaster relief services, day care centers, summer camps, holiday assistance, services for the aging, AIDS education and residential services, medical facilities, shelters for battered women and children, family and career counseling, vocational training, correction services, and substance abuse rehabilitation. More than 30 million a year are aided in some form by services provided by The Salvation Army.
WOMEN'S RESOURCE MEDICAL CENTERS
Helping to save the lives of unborn children by sharing the love of Jesus Christ through spiritual, physical, emotional and educational support.