Friends of the Global Transformation Network
We believe God has called DOOR International to reach the Deaf for Christ through translation, training, and partnerships. Estimated at 70 million, the Deaf are thought to be one of the largest unreached people groups in the world. Doors of opportunity are now opening among the Deaf, and God’s Spirit is entering hearts and transforming lives.
Based In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Beza International Ministries Is A Non-Denominational Ministry Committed To Empowering People With God’S Word In Ethiopia, Africa And Beyond. CDTRC…Child Development, Training and Research Center…Shiferaw
Center for Mentally Challenged Children
Treatment, training and rehabilitation center for mentally challenged children (Chaman) is an institution, which was established in Lahore during the year 1990 to provide institutional care to mentally challenged children. There are a number of cases of mental illness in the province and according to the general estimation mental illness is twice as prevalent as blindness, polio, cerebral palsy and rheumatic heart conditions combined.
The Chalmers Center for Economic Development at Covenant College helps churches to help the poor to help themselves.
Neighborhood Transformation is a strategy which helps churches minister in a wholistic manner to people in urban poor neighborhoods.
Our goal is to bring 100% physical and spiritual healing to children with disabilities in the developing world.
A faith-based organization dedicated to empowering the working poor to free themselves from poverty.
Evangelical Church Fellowship of Ethiopia
Evangelical Church Fellowship of Ethiopia has a long history of serving its members as an umbrella organization. Since its establishment in 1976, it has performed different activities. After reviewing current internal and external realities, ECFE developed this strategic direction document covering a period of 10 years, 2007-2016 through a comprehensive and participatory strategic review process.
Providing wheelchairs, medical supplies and spiritual counseling for our neighbors in Latin America
Global CHE Network
We are an association of people and organizations using the strategy of Community Health Evangelism (CHE) to serve impoverished communities in urban and rural settings around the world. We are networked together for mutual support to share useful ideas and best practices, encourage each other, coordinate efforts, and optimize the use of limited resources.
Global Mission Health Conference
The Global Missions Health Conference exists to inform, train, and equip health care professionals and students to use their medical skills to further Gods kingdom, all through sharing the Gospel with those in need on both the international and domestic mission field.
Their goals are the transformation of lives through the Good News of the Gospel and the transformation of Liberia through the enabling of the local church.
Hesperian Health Guides
Hesperian Health Guides is a nonprofit health information and health education source that supports individuals and communities in their struggles to realize the right to health. We develop easy to read materials that are produced in many languages. All are available through our bookstore and the new Hesperian Digital Commons.
HCRC is a non-profit school that shares the love of God with the people of China by ministering to children with special needs.
International Evangelical Church
A multi-cultural community of Christian disciples gathered in an international church setting. We seek to be a community of people who intentionally transcend national and cultural boundaries through the use of languages which are commonly used in a wide variety of national and cultural contexts. (e.g. English, French).
To communicate the Gospel and equip Christ-honoring Churches worldwide to evangelize and disciple people affected by disabilities
Joy – Autism in Ethiopia
The Foundation runs five core programs: Yagebagnal (“It Concerns Me”), Women for Leadership, Youth Empowerment, Empowering Mothers of Children with Different Abilities, and The Joy Center for Children with Autism and Related Developmental Disorders (the primary and largest program). The Center focuses on full integration of children with autism into society by working closely with the kids, their parents, and extended family networks, as well as the greater Ethiopian community.
Manyata Ministries℠ will help people realize their individual acceptance and identity in God; by bringing to them a life-changing inspirational message of love, hope and courage to many thousands of people in the world.
Medical Ambassadors International
Medical Ambassadors International builds relationships with the world’s most vulnerable people and together works to heal communities both physically and spiritually. Medical Ambassadors International is equipping communities through Christ-centered health and development.
The Navigators® is an international, interdenominational Christian ministry that helps people grow in Jesus Christ as they navigate through life. They spread the Good News of Jesus Christ by establishing life-on-life mentoring—or discipling—relationships with people, equipping them to make an impact on those around them for God’s glory.
Kale Hewot Church
EKHC raises missionary supports from local churches. Members make monthly pledges over and above their regular tithes and offerings. They do this through “Wongel Mahebertegna” (Gospel Association).
EKHC is committed to working alongside those with whom we enjoy close relationships both doctrinally and philosophically. As a denomination, EKHC sees two distinct types of relationships with regard to the Global Missions and missionaries sending/supporting churches and partners in missions.
Mekane Yesus Church
The EECMY Mission is to actively participate in God’s Mission. She has been called by the Triune God to Proclaim Christ to His people in diverse social and cultural contexts. The EECMY believes and professes that the Holy Scripts of the Old and the New Testaments are the Holy Word of God and the only guiding source and infallible methods. Doctrine of all the Church’s principles and practices.
The Mossy Foot Project
The Mossy Foot Project is dedicated to providing mossy foot patients in Ethiopia with life-changing support through education, prevention, medical treatment, vocational training, and a message of hope.
The PEACE Plan focuses on having a transformative impact on community while also maintaining accountability and transparency.
Pentecostal Theological College
PTC was established in 1993, in partnership with the Swedish Pentecostal Church Mission (SPCM) and the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC). The college was established to maintain the spirit filled, Christ centered and Bible based teachings in Ethiopia and it has been training leaders from all Evangelical churches and Para church organizations.
Perspectives is a fifteen-week course designed around four vantage points or “perspectives” — Biblical, Historical, Cultural and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God’s global purpose.
Serving In Missions
SIM’s mission is to seek out the communities who have not heard God’s good news. The vision of SIM is to see a witness to Christ’s love where He is least known, disciples of Jesus expressing God’s love in their communities, and Christ-centered churches among all peoples.
Women of Hope
Women of Hope International is a Christian humanitarian organization that promotes the transformation of Sierra Leonean women with disabilities, and their families, so that they may reach their fullest potential – spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically, and economically.
World Relief stands with the vulnerable, partnering with local churches to end the cycle of suffering, transforming lives and building sustainable communities.
World Wide Open is a free tool to help connect and empower Christians, Churches and non-profits to make a more effective impact in their local and global communities