This gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all the nations. Matthew 24:14
A Bible-centered organization composed of born-again
believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with
the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple)
them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian
living. CEF has a ministry vision to reach Every Child, Every
Nation, Every Day and has a number of unique ministries for
children. The Good News Club, a weekly club during the
school year and the 5-Day Club, a summer outreach course are
two key ministries.
Its mission is to share the Word of God through prayer and
bible study with children in public schools. Scriptures have
been and can be legally taught on a devotional basis at a time
set aside during the school day when public school students,
with parental permission, leave the school premises to attend
religious education classes led by religious or community
groups. These classes, known as Released Time programs, are
held off school premises.
As a nondenominational institution, the Los Angeles Bible
Training School is dedicated to the task of instructing Christian
workers in the Word of God. The instruction is designed for
the head (knowledge), for the heart (affections and emotions),
and for the hands (action). Without regard to denominational
affiliation or racial heritage, the Los Angeles Bible Training
School endeavors to present each student with an opportunity
to prepare for effective Christian service. The school proposes
to work in harmony with local churches in the ministry of
teaching the Word of God.
Its mission is to bring glory and honor to God by coming
alongside pastors and Christian church leaders to train them in
the Word of God and the work of God. With the Bible as the
sole authority, the main focus is to equip Christian leaders in
Haiti to serve Jesus Christ in local churches and related
ministries. More Than Bread provides a training center for
Haitian Christian leaders in Grand Goave which cultivates a
community of biblical worship where pastors and Christian
church leaders will be able to define and test their
understanding of vocational ministry.
Its mission is to support education and childhood welfare in
Haiti, specifically through the support of a children’s home in
LaColine and school in Anjubo. Further efforts are focused on
strengthening the local Haitian Christian community through
regular revivals, the support of ministers of the Gospel, and
charity work including medical clinics, clothing banks, and
feeding the poor. www.tvocusa.org.
Their focus is strengthening churches in Fiji and teaching
alongside fellow AFCI staff Dr. Narayan Nair and Premend Choy
at the College of Theology and Evangelism Fiji (also known as
Fiji Bible College). Michael is establishing a biblical counseling
ministry in Fiji serving local churches and graduates from Fiji
Bible College. In addition, the Seehusen's have a desire to
equip pastors and churches in the outer islands and
throughout the South Pacific by equipping by providing
training and resources.
Its desire is to support indigenous missionaries in Sub-Saharan
Africa and also support the training, equipping, and
strengthening of local men in the area through the Harare
Theological College. The main goal is that biblically sound
churches would be established.
Apollo is the Pastor of Chulaimbo Baptist Church, which
he planted more than 20 years ago to primarily minister to
widows but since its inception has grown to include families
and persons of all age groups. He is the President of the
Kisumu Baptist Bible College. Its main purpose is the training
and education of men to become pastors and correctly teach
the Word of God to their churches. And over the past several
years he has formed an on-site ministry to educate and
evangelize orphaned refugee children from Sudan who live in
refugee camps located over the border from Kenya in Uganda.
Its mission is to see a Bible translation program in progress in
every language still needing one by 2025; to see God’s Word
made accessible to all people in the language of their hearts.
Bible Translation Association is the local Papua New Guinean
Wycliffe organization, working to bring God's Word to their
own people, an enormous task of reaching the 300 people
groups still without one verse of Scripture in their language.
Pastors Training Ministry believes the most
strategic way to make disciples around the word is by working
with indigenous pastors, giving them the tools they need to
fulfill their mandate to accurately and clearly exposit the Word
of God. PTM works primarily with The Masters Academy
International in their training centers around the world. Tim
travels to the Philippines at least four times per year to teach
the 3-year modular program on expository preaching through
The Expositor’s Academy (TEA) and to Malawi each year to
teach in the Master of Divinity program at The Central African
Preaching Academy (CAPA).