We are involved in the following endeavours around the world:
Concerning Benevolent Ministries, our policy is to invest in training and equipping of third-world people, so that they can start micro-businesses and become self-sufficient. Over the years, this has meant investing in such things as:
- Drilling clean water wells.
- Purchasing and installing electrical transformers to power facilities.
- Purchasing fish farms, rice fields, sugar cane fields, coconut fields, and corn fields to plant and harvest crops.
- Purchasing farm animals to start micro-businesses.
In addition, we work with the following indigenous organizations:
Concerning World Missions, our policy is to find credible, effective and accountable indigineous organizations, and partner with them to bring the gospel to their own people. Although we do limited evangelism and local church ministry, our primary goal is to train local church leaders in ministry skills, and then allow them to do what they do best … reach their own people.
Presently, we work with the following indigenous organizations: