Ministries Making a Difference
Ron Hutchcraft, Mission on the Move, TransWorld Radio, and More
Don Pardew started I Have a Name as a ministry to the homeless in Kansas City, Missouri, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pardew, who was homeless at 10 years old, began by building relationships and handing out necessities to the city’s various encampments. With the support of Nall Avenue Church of the Nazarene that has expanded to include the distribution of hot meals, blankets, propane heaters, coats, and more.
On Eagles’ Wings, a division of Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, has launched the inaugural term for its Leadership Center in Arkansas. Six Native American young people started the nine-month term this fall, and will study everything from theology to finances and relationships. Eventually, students will intern alongside Native missions groups and ministries. Ron Hutchcraft Ministries has four stars and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 90.
In May, Mission on the Move opened its Community Care Center in Honduras. Nine students with special abilities—including autism, speech and language delays, hearing loss, and more—are attending classes daily for education, therapy, and discipleship. Mission on the Move has four stars and an “A” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 90.
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Women of Hope, part of Trans World Radio, celebrated 25 years of global radio and prayer ministry this weekend with a virtual gathering that focused on education, encouragement, and vision casting for the future. Trans World Radio has two stars and a “C” transparency grade in the MinistryWatch database, and a donor confidence score of 71.