We partner with Sovereign Grace Churches a family of churches around the world begun with a conviction that churches are stronger together. With Sovereign Grace we partner together to plant churches, train pastors, and work together to advance the gospel around the world.
We also currently partner with several ministries and missionaries:
Since 1969, Rancho 3M has been caring for and discipling at-risk and orphaned children from the city of Juarez and the surrounding communities along the border of Mexico. They are a Gospel-centered ministry, dedicated to discipling children in the ways of our Lord Jesus Christ. In 2002, Rancho 3M opened Colegio Logsdon (Logsdon Academy) in order to assist them in discipling their children by giving them a Christian education. What started out as a ministry to only the children of Rancho 3M, God has expanded to become a significant source of evangelism to their community.
Charlie’s Lunch is a Christian ministry aimed at ministering to the world’s needy children and their families. By expressing God’s eternal love and care in tangible, practical terms, Charlie’s Lunch offers hope and a future to children in hopeless situations. Charlie’s Lunch partners with local churches to reach out to children and families in needy, underdeveloped communities. They sponsor meals, which include a time of teaching God’s Word, prayer, singing, and a lot of love. They also provide support for pastors and church leaders to train, teach and equip these children and their families to follow Jesus Christ.
Pastor Jayaprakesh Ravuri (JP) and his wife Sathwika pastor a small church in Gundugolanu, India. Gundugolanu is a small town with more than 3000 families and is predominantly Hindu where openly sharing the gospel with a Hindu is strictly forbidden. The global COVID pandemic hit them very hard because many of the people there live day to day, earning money or begging for each day’s food. JP and his team of helpers have been able to step into hundreds of Hindu homes and not only meet their physical needs by providing 10-day provisions of food but also found an open door to share the hope of the gospel with many. You can watch a short video and see photos of the work they are doing here. To give towards the relief efforts click here.
The Mustard Seed Cafe is a non-profit, Pay-What-You-Can Community Café whose purpose is to tell and demonstrate the love of Jesus to every single person who comes through their doors. They serve delicious, nutritious food with an accompanying commitment to treat each person with dignity and honor. Guests may volunteer an hour with them in exchange for a meal or they may choose to pay what they can on a suggested price for their meal. Some pay the suggested price, others pay less, and some pay more as a donation to pay it forward.
---Rebekah Fogleman is part of the InterVarsity staff at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). InterVarsity is a campus ministry that courageously proclaims Jesus as Lord and Savior through discipleship around Scripture and by loving people of every ethnicity and culture. Their desire is to reach every corner of every campus with this goal in mind, "Change the university, change the world." Click here to partner with Rebekah.
---- Dathan and Christy Nolt serve as missionaries at Rancho Los Amigos (RLA). RLA is a children's home in Juárez, Mexico that provides love, protection, a clean home, good meals and an education to an average of 35 children that have been abandoned, neglected, and abused. The goal of RLA is to “Reach, Raise, and Restore” these needy and hurting children. Click here to partner with Dathan and Christy.