Meet Our Global Partners.
We have committed to work alongside these projects for 2 years. This means we will:
+ Yearly on-the-ground visits.
Strat-Op Strategic Planning sessions and continued coaching to meet ministry goals
MBTI Training for leadership groups
Personalized retreats based on needs
+ Fundraise for specific projects
+ Donor Communication Coaching
+ Resource leaders with books + material to grow in their specific ministries.
+ Getaway Grant for families to have an opportunity for rest and refreshment.
+ Monthly Skype calls for spiritual support + coaching
Pastor Alfred and Edith Kariuki of Nelspruit Lighthouse Church are passionate visionaries with a heart to build a thriving church in a small city in the eastern part of South Africa . As missionaries from Kenya who have planted churches in two countries and helped others launch churches throughout the continent- these two are leaders worth investing in.
Nelspruit is a city divided between extreme wealth and poverty and the church has potential to bridge that divide and heal old wounds. We believe in the vision God has given the Kariukis to reach Nelspruit and its surrounding areas. We look forward to planning projects that set up the future growth of the church and its ministries. We believe we have a role in lifting up the arms of these incredible leaders who have served cross culturally for over 20 years.
Roger & Mary Kunene who are Pastors of Healing Place Church Eswatini (Swaziland). HPC Eswatini is a place of hope and healing in the capital city of this small country in Southern Africa. This church is built on a foundation of serving its community and being a healing place for a hurting world. Throughout the 10 years we have known Roger & Mary and have seen first hand how they walk with integrity and true pastoral hearts.
Patrick served as a missionary in Eswatini (Swaziland) from 2005 - 2009. It is a beautiful country that has been ravaged by the world’s highest incidence of HIV/AIDs. We believe the most effective way for us to serve the people of Swaziland is to come alongside churches like HPC to further their impact to their people. HPC Eswatini sees the potential in the orphaned, lonely and forgotten and we want to help them be an even greater vessel of God’s tangible love.
Capital Church in Podgrocia, Montenegro is a new church plant among a handful of evangelical churches in the entire country. As a small country that was part of former Yugoslavia, missionaries Mark and Kay Bojovic have moved there to start a life-giving church in the capital city. Mark was raised in a Montenegrian-speaking home in the US with a sense that he would someday minister in the part of the world his family was from. After they were married, Mark and Kay spent 10 years as missionaries with Children’s Cup in Swaziland (eSwatini).
They moved to Montenegro in 2017 to start Capital Church, and we are excited to see the potential of a vibrant church focused on serving people planted in the heart of this former Communist nation.