CHRISTIAN INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS
Alpha is an opportunity to explore life’s big questions in which everyone regardless of his background, age, or profession is invited to participate. Alpha exists in 169 countries and has delivered 66,000 courses to 22.5 million people in 122 languages. Alpha USA operates in a variety of contexts and targets young people, college campuses, prisons, culturally diverse areas, seniors, athletes, workplaces, military personnel, speakers of other languages learning English, and catholic churches. There are more than 13,000 courses registered in the USA.
Christian Camping International-Worldwide (CCI) promotes Christian camping throughout the world as a means of helping the Church fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. CCI connects Christian Camps in 22 countries for greater awareness, sharing and support.
Edify is dedicated to serving the poor, increasing access to Christ-centered education, and improving the quality and relevancy of what is taught in Christian schools. Edify works with privately-owned, affordably priced, Christian schools in the developing world. They focus on delivering key resources toward the expansion and improvement, providing capital in the form of loans, business training for school proprietors, and Christ-centered curricula.
Faith In Practice is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian organization that seeks to improve the physical, spiritual, and economic conditions of the poor in Guatemala through short-term surgical, medical and dental mission trips and health-related educational programs.
Forgotten Voices is innovating orphan care through the local church by catalyzing a sustainable, community based response to the orphan crisis. Instead of building and supporting institutional orphanages, Forgotten Voices equips trustworthy local churches and communities in Africa with the resources they need to provide life sustaining hope and independence.
HOPE International is a network of savings and credit associations and microfinance institutions operating in 17 countries across the world. HOPE seeks to empower men, women, and families to break cycles of physical and spiritual poverty through discipleship, biblical-based business training, savings services, and small loans. HOPE is effectively reaching over 575,000 entrepreneurs around the world with the love of Jesus Christ and the opportunity to start or expand a business.
International Care Ministries (ICM) works with the seven million Filipinos living on less than US $0.50 per day. Transform, ICM’s core program, is an integrated life-skills capacity building course impacting 175,000 people each year. The 16 week course i) establishes new networks of connectedness through the local church, ii) presents the Gospel message of hope found in Christ, iii) strengthens primary health knowledge and practices, iv) provides livelihood training for sustainable income, and v) facilitates on-going self-governed savings groups.
International Justice Mission (IJM) partners with local authorities throughout the developing world to protect the poor from violence. Through a team of lawyers, investigators, social workers, and community activists, IJM helps rescue victims, restore survivors, bring criminals to justice, and strengthen justice systems. Inspired by God's call to love all people and to seek justice for the oppressed, IJM protects the poor, without regard to race, religion or any other factor.
Living Water International exists to demonstrate the love of God by helping communities acquire desperately needed clean water, and to experience "living water,” the gospel of Jesus Christ. Living Water trains, consults, and equips local people in 21 countries to implement solutions in their own communities, and it has completed more than 15,000 water projects since 1990. Living Water leads hundreds of volunteers on mission trips each year to work with local leaders to implement water projects.
Village Schools International (VSI) partners with communities in Tanzania and Malawi to build secondary schools. Each community is required to make their own bricks and build their own structures and in exchange, VSI supplies metal roofing and cement. In addition, VSI sends English speaking missionary teachers to work alongside indigenous staff so that students and communities will know the love of Christ. VSI is comprised of dedicated staff who care deeply about their students and who bring medical care, community development, education, and the Gospel to the places they work. They have started 31 schools, helped educate over 8,900 students, currently partner with people in 239 villages, and boast a national exam passage rate of over 90%.
Young Life is an international, non-denominational Christian organization dedicated to sharing the truth of God’s love and the values of the Christian faith with middle school, high school, and college-aged youth. Young Life reaches out to young people in all 50 of the United States as well as more than 90 countries around the world.