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.
Guest House & Learning Center – Liberia Center-Point Project Liberia | In Progress
After 14 years of civil war followed by the Ebola epidemic, the economy and social fabric of Ethiopia are a mess and the people of are crippled. Centerpoint wants to provide pastoral training, Bible studies, retreats, and conferences to help to reshape the worldview and rebuild the lives of the Liberian people. Along with the learning center will be a seven-bedroom guesthouse to accommodate ministry staff. 80 partners giving $100 each will complete cost of this building project.
5-day Art Camps – Bulgaria Christ Resurrection Ministries | In Progress
Every summer Hari and Penka Atanasov, former art teachers, bring the love of Christ to children in mountain villages of Bulgaria by conducting 5-day art camps. The children in these impoverished communities have no recreational opportunities at all. And most villagers know nothing about the Bible, the gospel, or God’s love for them. Local officials welcome the art camps and many families send their children. This opens the doors for follow-up visits where the gospel is explained. The cost for an art camp—supplies, food, transportation—comes to about $40 a child. About 60 to 80 children are impacted each summer.
School Supplies for Deaf School – Honduras His Love in Action Ministry | In Progress
In Honduras, if your child is born with a disability, it is very difficult for him or her to get an education, job skills, or any kind of hopeful future. Most end up joining street gangs and getting involved with drug trafficking and violence. His Love In Action provides literacy education and vocational training for deaf students in the city of Tegucigalpa. However, most cannot afford school supplies. Each gift of $5 will supply notebooks, pencil sharpeners, colored markers and paper for one student. A gift of $200 will provide for all 40.
Train and Send a Missionary – North Korea North Korea Outreach | In Progress
The picture shows two believers slipping across the border into North Korea, Christianity’s worst persecutor, with sacks over their shoulders. These sacks carry food, Bibles and gospel literature. Our North Korean indigenous ministry partner is training and sending missionaries like this into NK to share Christ and start churches. Your gift of $165 will provide training for one month; $1,980 for a whole year. Any amount will be pro-rated to help send light into the darkness and hope into the land of despair. Goal is to provide training for 50 missionaries.
School for Children – Tanzania Unreached Peoples Mission | In Progress
For just $25 per month ($300 a year) a child can attend school and have everything he or she needs: uniform, shoes, and books. Without a good education, children seldom climb out of poverty. Please help a child become a student and gain a whole new worldview. He or she will be taught Christian principles along with core academics.
Child’s Education – Pakistan Day by Day Christian Ministries | In Progress
Christians in Pakistan are despised by the Muslim majority and consequently are highly persecuted. Most hold low-paying jobs no one else wants, if they can find work at all. Therefore the cost of school uniforms, shoes, and supplies is many times more than they can afford. Each gift of $30 will allow one child to attend school for a month and supply them with necessities to do so.
Children’s Worker – Iraq Grain of Wheat | In Progress
Children are precious but often neglected. There is a great need to teach them that there is a God who loves them, but there is often no one to share that news. Each gift of $30 will supply the needs of a children’s worker for one month, allowing him or her to share Christ with children.