Ministries Making a Difference
Child Evangelism Fellowship, DOOR International, Favor International, and more.
Child Evangelism Fellowship is stepping up efforts to reach children impacted by the fighting and violence in Israel and the Gaza Strip. The ministry currently has four Good News Clubs in Israel dedicated to teaching truths about the Bible, and its children’s booklet/video “Do You Wonder Why?” is available online in English, Arabic and 17 other languages—and is being translated into Hebrew. CEF has one star and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 82
Bethlehem Bible College in Bethlehem is supporting Christian Palestinian students, some of whom are trapped in Gaza with their families
DOOR International is producing new resources for deaf Christians to combat confusion surrounding some theological concepts, such as baptism and communion, where leaders within the ministry have found frequent misunderstandings of Scripture connected to those areas. DOOR International has three stars and a “C” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 81.
Thanks to the fundraising efforts of two Kansas students, a Nazarene church in the Amazon region of Ecuador (Iglesia del Nazareno Renacer Huamboya) built a playground on their property to serve the community’s children. Jack and Savannah Armstrong raised $1,000 selling packets of cookie dough as part of their church’s “Parable Projects”—an initiative of Central Church of the Nazarene in Lenexa, Kansas, that involves coaching students in managing their own community projects.
So far this year, Favor International has been involved in more than 75,000 salvations, and discipled 86,970 people, according to the ministry’s 3rd Quarter report. It has trained almost 29,282 students through its portable Bible school, and impacted 5,003 women through its women empowerment program. Favor International, which trains leaders in East African war zones to sustainably change their communities, has five stars and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 97.
Main photo: Photo courtesy of Bethlehem Bible College via Mission Network News
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