Family Radio, originally known as Family Stations, began in 1959 as a media platform for other non-related ministries to communicate through radio, later adding podcasts and its website.
Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA) began in 1931 to be an advocacy, educational and encouraging voice to Christian healthcare professionals.
Charity:Water (also known as Charity Global) began in 2006 to help impoverished people groups around the world get safe, clean water and basic sanitation.
Heifer Project International (Heifer) began in 1944 by investing in small farmers worldwide.
ReFrame Ministries began in 1939 by the Christian Reformed Church Synod as a media ministry originally known as “The Back to God Hour” broadcast out of Chicago, Illinois.
Wycliffe Associates began in 1967 to accelerate the work of Bible translation around the world.
Kentucky Mountain Bible College began in 1931 dedicated to preparing students for a ministry of spreading scriptural holiness.
Food for the Poor began in 1982 for the collection and distribution of money, food, clothing, medicine and other goods to improve the health, economic and social conditions of indigent poor throughout the world. Activities ...
Pioneers began in 1979, as a foreign mission organization, with its primary purpose to evangelize and plant churches to unreached people worldwide.
Faith Comes by Hearing records the Bible in audio format to indigenous languages and also starting audio Bible listening groups around the world.