Help for Unplanned Pregnancies – Israel Be’ad Chaim | In Progress
An estimated 40-50 thousand babies are aborted annually in Israel. Be’ad Chaim, a pregnancy center in Israel, is committed to reduce this number by offering services free of charge to women with unplanned pregnancies. One of the ways is through Operation Moses. The program supplies women in crisis with all they need for the first year of their child’s life. This includes a baby stroller, crib, changing table, and bath, along with monthly supplies of diapers, formula, and other baby products. As Be’ad Chaim offers this help they are seeing more women say YES! to life. $1,200 covers the cost of one child to receive help through Operation Moses. Every gift helps!
Life Skills Center Native American Projects | In Progress
Advancing Native Missions is supporting a project to raise funds to build and furnish the Life Skills Center which will be located on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. This is the second largest Indian reservation in the United States.
The facility will be approximately 3,600 square feet and house class rooms and a mechanics garage along with bathroom and kitchen facilities. The goal of this facility will be to to introduce many of the Lakota Sioux tribal youth to basic life skills and train them for economic opportunities and occupations that will set them on a course of success. The instruction and training will be Christ-centered.
Among the basic life skills that will be taught include healthy living, gardening and canning. Basic financial skills like budgeting, and the management of checking and savings accounts will be covered.
The center plans to introduce the native kids to auto mechanics, small engine repair, welding, carpentry, and large and small animal care. There will also be classes in a range of computer and software skills along with media and video production.
Shipping Aid to Israeli Ministries Comfort My People | In Progress
Israel has one of the highest poverty rates among the world’s developed countries. We are now working in partnership with five Messianic ministries there, each of which provides humanitarian assistance to the poor along with their other activities. Together we can help them display Yeshua’s generous love for the destitute and downtrodden.
Bicycles – Bangladesh Followers of Jesus Fellowship | In Progress
Taking the gospel to villages in Bangladesh is difficult due to lack of transportation. A gift of a bicycle will bring much joy to these hard-working missionaries and allow them to reach other villages more easily with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Piglet – Philippines Living Rock Ministries | In Progress
Living Rock Ministries under the leadership of ANM partners Pastor Danny and Cita Montes seeks to care for single missionary ladies and pastor’s widows by providing them piglets, which can be raised and then sold at market. And of course the pig’s offspring multiply the business. If you can’t give a whole pig, invite a friend to join you.
Bibles – Indonesia Ocean of Grace Ministry | Complete
Ocean of Grace Ministries is seeing 300 Muslims come to Christ every month and placing a Bible in the hands of every new believer is a necessity. Ocean of Grace needs at least 1000 copies at $3.50 each by the end of 2016. Each donation of $35 will buy 10 Bibles.
Ducks – Philippines Norala Ministerial Fellowship | In Progress
ANM ministry partner Norala Medical Dental Evangelical Ministry has a pastor who reaches out to the Muslim minorities on the island of Mindanao. This pastor seeks one self-sustaining means to support his ministry: raising egg-laying ducks. He needs 265 egg-laying ducks at $4 each to start his micro-enterprise.
Sewing Machines – Nepal Truth of Christ Ministries | In Progress
Many women flock to sewing lessons provided by native missionaries as it teaches them a trade to help their families economically and to support the ministry. Each gift of $110 will provide a sewing machine; eight are needed.
Blankets – Bangladesh Bangladesh Outreach Ministries | In Progress
As Bangladesh lies on the same latitude as Florida, many residents do not possess warm clothing. Yet the winters are too cold for tropical clothes. Blankets will help keep missionaries warm in winter and open the hearts of villagers to listen to the gospel.
Bibles – Bangladesh Gospel for Bangladesh | In Progress
Missionaries travel from village to village sharing the good news of Christ. As villagers accept Christ, they need Bibles in their own language. Many church attenders also do not own or can’t afford a Bible. Each gift of $5 provides a Bible for a follower of Jesus.