These are Christian Ministries' sites our Global Nomad found for us. From time to time we update the list and add some more. (If you think yours should be listed you may suggest it via the Reach Me form, but you will need to allow us plenty of time to check out your site and ministry so that we are satisifed it is a worthy one).
Book Aid - This vibrant and generous-hearted ministry has distributed some 24 million Christian Books over the past few years. They seek to send out a container of such surplus/ previously used books to countries where such material is in short-supply. Their base in London is a hive of activity and there is an excellent second hand bookstore there too. If you live in the UK, you are welcome to visit and also welcome to donate books for overseas.
CHALLENGE - the Good News Paper
Goodnews from around the globe by Challenge Literature Fellowship, an evangelistic newspaper, giving Christians an opportunity to share their faith stories, and readers an opportunity to learn about Jesus Christ.
As a result of the work in India Challenge is now finding that they are getting interest from places like Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines, and in other parts of the world, particularly Africa. They are planning to launch into Uganda after a visit there in July. Challenge would like to see the spread of the paper across Canada. They are getting requests from all parts of Africa for their own Military edition. Challenge may be able to derive a French edition of Challenge out of this as well as a French Military edition if they can raise the funds.
Media Associates International
Training TOMORROW'S writers, editors, publishers, designers and booksellers TODAY! More local Christians are writing and publishing because of MAI's professional training. They offer an annual LITT World writing contest, with the winner receiving a conference scholarship to LITT-WORLD.
Hands Up for an Education
In 2001 representatives from OM India and the All India Christian Council (AICC) met with leaders from the Dalit community. In response to the cry for help from the Dalit leaders to provide education for their children. AICC members pledged to provide education.
Communicating with relevance is a very valuable skill which the Tellit brochures use to the full. The quality of production and connectedness of the selected subjects make these colourful ambassadors of eternal truths very effective communicators.
Investing in the next generation is always a wise move. Orphan's Hope is doing this with excellence. Find out how you can become a partner with them - making a difference "one-by-one."
Habitat for Humanity "A Simple Decent Place to Live" by Millard Fuller of Habitat for Humanity is an excellent introduction to the whole concept of this amazing project. It is filled with examples of generosity. Such enthusiasm and vision continue to be "alive and well" throughout the world today as HFH join in building homes alongside potential homeowners internationally. There may well be an affiliate programme close to your home. Maybe you will be inspired to become involved.
Sew on Fire - Volunteers who Sew for Needy
Sew on Fire Ministries is a God-birthed ministry that sends humanitarian aid, blankets, mini layettes and custom designed cloth gift bags all over the world. They send and distribute merchandise with short-term missions? groups, and have sent 300 shipments to over 70 countries so far.
lifeboat4.org A refreshing and creative insight into missions. Sharing strategies and principles for developing a sound understanding of missions while being actively involved in mission projects themselves. You will find this site a blessing and very informative. A site within a site (the blog) is the International e-Church which is also worth checking out. The photo samples of projects and the stories of opportunities internationally are very encouraging. A generous spirit is detected throughout the site.
Local community initiatives are very welcome and come in many diverse-packages. Citygateway is a very commendable example of such projects bringing a renewed sense of hope into the community in Spitafields London. Their website is interactive.