Alliance Defending Freedom is an alliance-building legal organization that advocates for the right of people to freely live out their faith. Recognizing the need for a strong, coordinated legal defense against growing attacks on religious freedom, more than 30 prominent Christian leaders launched Alliance Defending Freedom in 1994. Over the past 20 years, this unique legal organization has brought together thousands of Christian attorneys and like-minded organizations that work tirelessly to advocate for the right of people to freely live out their faith in America and around the world. Unlike any other legal organization, Alliance Defending Freedom employs a unique combination of strategy, training, funding, and litigation to empower its allies and achieve victory for religious freedom. We have been supporting this ministry since 2013 and are thankful for the great work they are doing.
15100 N 90th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
The ACLJ is an organization dedicated to the defense of constitutional liberties secured by law. American Center for Law and Justice is a d/b/a for Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism, Inc., a tax-exempt, not-for-profit, religious corporation specifically dedicated to the ideal that religious freedom and freedom of speech are inalienable, God-given rights. The Center's purpose is to engage legal, legislative and cultural issues by implementing an effective strategy of advocacy, education and litigation to ensure that those rights are protected under the law. The organization has participated in numerous cases before the Supreme Court, Federal Court of Appeals, Federal District Courts, and various state courts regarding freedom of religion and freedom of speech. We have been supporting this ministry since 2013 and are thankful for the great work they are doing.
P.O. Box 90555
Washington, DC 20090
LICCV has been in existence since 1994. They have successfully closed many sexually oriented businesses on Long Island. They have also been involved with getting legislation passed making video voyeurism a felony crime New York State. The ministry speaks to countless groups each year about the harm caused by pornography. They have assisted over 120 victims in many different capacities. They offer training to churches, counseling and many kinds of help to repair the lives damaged by this industry. They have helped countless people and shown them how Christ is the answer to the deepest sin and bondage. We have been supporting the ministry since 2002 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
Long Island Citizens for Community Values
125 East Sunrise Highway P.O. Box 464
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
Carol began her missionary service by working with Wycliffe Bible Translators on a translation project in the West African nation of Senegal. The first printed materials in the Saffi language are now are in circulation. Trained teachers are instructing the people in how to read and write their language, as work on translating the New Testament continues. Carol has also been acting as a project manager to facilitate the work of translation in Senegal along other responsibilities in the Wycliffe organization. Her most recent work is helping the translation project in the Solomon Islands for people who have no bible. We are amazed at how the Lord continues to bless her efforts and expand her sphere of service. We have been supporting Carol since 1993 and we are thankful for the great work she is doing.
3265 Barnstable Place
Orlando, FL 32827
Charles Simpson has been a pastor, Bible teacher, and church planter for more than forty years and ministers extensively around the world. He has authored numerous books, served as contributor to "The Spirit-Filled Life Bible", and is the Senior Editor of One-to-One Magazine We consider Brother Charles to be one of today’s “Fathers in the faith,” who always imparts great wisdom and insight from his years of experience in serving the Lord. Due to the constant travels of his international teaching ministry, we always gain greater understanding of what the Lord is doing in the Body of Christ worldwide. We have been supporting the ministry since 2001 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
P.O. Box 850067
Mobile, AL 36685
In 1962 V.A. Thampy was saved and felt the call to the ministry. As a young Indian man with no resources he began to preach the gospel, living by faith. He was married to Mariamma in 1970 and they continued the work together. By 2002 there were 900 churches, 10 Bible schools, 2 technical schools, 3 secular schools, 3 orphanages, and 5 mobile evangelistic teams spread out in 17 different states of India, Nepal, Burma and the Middle East. The ministry is still growing today. The Thampy’s have 4 married children who are all serving the Lord. They continue to work in evangelism, church planting, as well as in many practical ways to care for the great needs of the people of India. We have been supporting the ministry since 1992 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
Christ for India
8109 194th St. E.
Spanaway, WA 98387
"We named the place 'House of Hope' simply because the word "hope" carries aspirations. Hope is something that you never see, but you know is there. There are kids here are throwaways, they're forgotten, and they’re abused. What gives them life is hope. Hope for a better future and hope for a family of their own. Here they are able to sit at dinner with a mother and a father. They've never done that in their whole lives." (Houses of Hope International)
People for Missions and Houses of Hope International was founded in 1987. Their mission is to bring hope to a hurting world by nurturing potential through family significance. Their vision is to use a family model having fewer children, with a mother and father instead of “warehouse style” orphanages. They are raising leaders with the capacity to change their world for good through education, training and the nurture provided by a loving family. There are there are currently over 30 homes for children in eight countries around the world. Some of theses nations are; Guatemala, India, Uganda, Burma / Myanmar, Thailand, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Through Orphanages, schools and other outreaches Houses of hope and People for Missions are directly caring for over 500 children worldwide. With several thousand more being helped through schooling and other programs.
Our church has taken groups on short-term mission trip to Guatemala in 2004, 2006 and 2008. This is a great opportunity for adults and teens to change the lives of others as well as their own. A detailed report of our trips is posted on our church web site. We have been supporting this ministry since 2004 and are thankful for the great work they are doing.
People for Missions
Massapequa,, NY 11758
Jim and Sherry Oxendine began ministering in Russia in 1992, and moved there as full time missionaries in 1998. In 2006, they moved to Daytona Beach, Florida to help found Global Outlook Missions Intensive. They served as Directors of the nine-month training center that is geared to equip and send full time missionaries.
Recently, they have joined Calvary International as Directors of Church Relations and International Training Coordinators. They will be working with a team to train pastors and leaders around the world in Global Pathways. This is a mission’s mobilization tool that serves as a pastor’s guide to building a Great Commission church. The desire is to see emerging Christian nations take a major step from being a “missions receiving” nation to becoming a “missions sending” force in the earth.
The Oxendine’s will also be developing International Equipping Centers at established Calvary International missionary bases to train leaders. Through this leadership empowering program, national pastors and leaders will go to a whole new level of ministry effectiveness.
In 2000, Jim and Sherry also established "Unto the Least of These, Inc.," an organization to facilitate ministry to orphans in Russia and Ukraine. They are now providing housing, clothing, medicines and vocational training for children in these countries and many lives are being blessed and changed. We have been supporting their ministry since 1997 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
Go To Nations
P.O. Box 10305
Jacksonville, FL 32247
Long Island Teen Challenge has offered 15 months of FREE care to individuals with life-controlling problems since 1995. As a fully certified, credentialed affiliate of Teen Challenge International, they utilize the treatment protocol whose success has been proven in 58 different countries for over 44 years. This track record of success that has baffled the medical community and amazed investigators makes their program a well-recognized resource to the courts, community, and concerned citizens.
Long Island Teen Challenge has been visiting the Farmingdale Christian Church for many years with it’s powerful testimonies and preaching. Their ministry is a great asset to the work of the Gospel on Long Island. We have been supporting this ministry since 2008 and are thankful for the great work they are doing.
Long Island Teen Challenge
309 Old Farmingdale Rd.
West Babylon, NY 11704
It is the goal of Long Island Youth Mentoring, to assist the Church in her God given task of ministry to the community, specifically their orphaned and vulnerable young people. This wonderful work began in 1981. We all have a picture in our minds of the type of child that Youth Mentoring works with. We see them in the news and hanging out on street corners. We call them "troubled teens" or "at-risk kids." However, many other children who are common to Youth Mentoring are unseen, unnoticed, withdrawn and too often friendless. God sees all these children and calls them "Mine."
A Father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in His Holy dwelling. (Psalm 68:5)
God loves these kids and is concerned about them. He is sending His people to go to them, to express His love and to show them the way out of multi-generational bondage.
God spoke to Moses from a bush. "I have seen the misery of my people in Egypt. I am concerned about their suffering. So I have come down to rescue them… I am sending you." (Exodus 3: 7 & 9)
Children growing up in very difficult circumstances need to experience love that is expressed over time. Our mentors spend 2-4 hours with these children each week. The consistency of this commitment speaks loudly. It says, "You are valuable. What you think about and the things that bother you are important." It also gives the mentor the ability to interact with the child in circumstances that cannot be planned into a curriculum. "Why did you let that driver in? Why didn't you honk and curse him out?" You cannot schedule quality time or teachable moments. However, when kids receive a few hours with a consistent mentor on a weekly basis, these God-inspired moments show up unannounced. While ministry has visited our church for many years, we began supporting them monthly in 2008 and are thankful for the great work they are doing.
Long Island Youth Mentoring
153 McNair St
Brentwood, NY 11717
Missionaries to Asia began their ministry to the Philippines in 1982. Their focus is evangelism, church planting and training up nationals to be evangelists, pastors and teachers. By 2004 they had 5 Bible schools in operation and 50 churches planted in many different districts of the Philippines. Today, Rev Clint Taylor is overseeing the work in the Philippines. He and his wife Janeth also travel throughout the country preaching in crusades, concerts, church revivals, minister’s conferences and youth camps. We have been supporting the Taylor’s ministry since 1988 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
Missionaries to Asia
P.O. Box 4841
Hagerstown, MD 21742
Jim Newsom gave his life to Christ during a time of great personal crisis. He turned himself in to the police and served 18 years of a 30-year sentence for murder. During that time he learned what it meant to be a follower of Christ and led many prisoners to faith in Christ. Today he continues to minister to prisoners and their families as well as to children in public schools with a drug and alcohol presentation. He equips believers through teaching seminars and encourages local churches to focus outward on the lost and needy around them. Jim and Dianne have two children. We have been supporting the Jim and Dianne since 1990 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
114 Carson St
Monroeville, PA 15146
Owen is married with seven children and 5 grand children. He resides in Manchester, NH where he functions as one of 4 elders. Owen has an apostolic ministry and carries the burden of seeing Jesus the Christ laid as the foundation into every believer and the church worldwide. He has been in full time ministry continuously since 1977. He has planted churches, helped other churches plant churches and has a desire to see the Kingdom be advanced in every city, town, and village. He has been used by the Lord in this way both at home and abroad. Owen has been instrumental in assisting the New Testament Churches in the Ivory Coast. He has been a great help to the Farmingdale Christian Church through teaching, prophetic ministry and apostolic counsel. We have been supporting Owen since 1992 and we are thankful for the great work he is doing.
New Testament Christian Fellowship
522-526 Pine St
Manchester, NH 03104
Stan (Shmuel), Heather (Chaya) and their family of five children have lived in Israel, since 1991. Since that time they have lived in a city outside of Tel Aviv. In 2001 a congregation was birthed in their city with the goal of bringing the awesome love of the God of Israel to His broken hearted and hurting people. The theme scripture has been Isaiah 61:1
"The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound."
The emphasis in the fellowship has always been on worship, intercession, and personal discipleship. Numerous people have come to Messiah and have been taught. Intercession continually goes up to bring God’s cleansing and blessing on all aspects of the city. Over a year ago, the fellowship opened its doors to help the community in humanitarian aid. Currently over 80 families receive food and clothing twice a month. Other projects are to come. Should not the believing community use their faith and love to meet human needs, thus exhibiting the reality of Messiah? We have been supporting the work of this ministry since 2004 and we are thankful for the great work they are doing.
31 Cherry St
Glen Head, NY 11545