Basket of Hope Ministry Outreach . . .
Giving Hope and Demonstrating God’s love
Basket Of Hope is currently ministering in the sub-Sahara Desert region of Tana River/Lamu Counties, Kenya, East Africa. The isolated, unreached people groups in this area live by primitive methods without clean water and without enough food. The children and youth have little hope of receiving an education.
Kenyan leadership are doing the outreach to the people of this area through
- In partnership with feeding programs in 32 schools / nurseries.
- Children’s Ministry visiting local schools/churches edifying children and teacher.
- Bible School for training current and future pastors
- Women Leaders’ Seminars, to encourage and provide teaching material for use in their village churches
- Teaching & training young people through sports ministry, soccer.
- Wazee, the senior group of Kenyan men and women helping communities.
- Teaching young men and women in various skills and trades.
Community Health Empowerment network.
CHE (Community Health Evangelism) is a true best practices model for integrating evangelism and discipleship with community based development.
CHE began here in East Africa and has become a worldwide movement. As it has spread to other parts of the world, because it proved adaptable to a wide-range of situations.
Today CHE is being used around the world by churches, denominations, mission agencies, non-government organizations, and national and local governments to lift whole communities out of cycles of poverty and disease.
The success of a CHE program can be measured by the following transformational indicators. These are the outcomes that we consistently see in mature CHE programs around the world.
By developing local CHE trainers and workers, we help communities identify their greatest needs and help mobilize them to become their own change agents.
At CCC we believe ministry is both spiritual and practical. And we enjoy the opportunities we have to provide for the tangible needs of those around us. As a result, our church has implemented a successful Food Pantry ministry which seeks to provide food and household staples for those in our community who are in need. Staffed with a passionate team of volunteers, CCC maintains a stocked pantry to care for many families who may be without work or income for the time being. Meeting practical needs with respect and the love of God is the cornerstone of this beautiful ministry. Our desire is to bless people during the storms of their lives and convey this heartfelt message: you are not alone. It's our honor to walk with someone during a difficult time and relieve some of the burden he or she may be carrying.
- Founded in 2009
- 150 families per week
- Largest food pantry in Macomb County
We will provide honest answers, sincere care, and free and confidential services in a non-judgmental and safe atmosphere.
Our medical center specializes in helping those experiencing unplanned pregnancy by providing pregnancy tests and limited ultrasounds, as well as education and mentoring. We strive to give each person the help and information needed to make an informed choice.
Cesar and Nancy have been ministering in South America since 1995 building Water community system and training Bible teachers and pastors. Cesar worked in various countries of Latin America like Ecuador, Cuba, Haiti, Colombia, Brazil and Peru, providing drinking water and sanitation systems. Their ministry is providing pastors without a formal education with books and resources materials, practical workshops, and seminars. They train pastors in Theology, church administration, preaching, discipleship, Bible study and counseling. Nancy teaches Christian Education workshops using the Active Learning approach (learning by doing).
They are uniquely prepared for the ministry to which God has called them. Cesar has a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering as well as a Masters Degree in both Theology and Divinity and Nancy is a teacher.
Fathers, husbands, sons, mothers, wives, and daughters are located in the jails of our County. Though they have violated the law in one way or another, they are hungering and thirsting for love, care and compassion. They have a need to hear about the redeeming love of Jesus Christ. In fact, Jesus commanded us to visit those incarcerated.
Matthew 25:34-46; "... I was in prison and you came to Me.’ ... ‘Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.’ ...sick and in prison and you did not visit Me.’ ... ‘Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did not do it to one of the least of these, you did not do it to Me.’ 46 And these will go away into everlasting punishment, but the righteous into eternal life.”
Jesus put Himself right in prison with the prisoner. This is one reason the inmate needs to hear the Good News. Our Lord doesn't look at what they have done. He looks at the heart. As an inmate, what good news there is in knowing, "The Lord is near to those who have a broken heart, and saves such as have a contrite spirit." (Psalm 34:18)
The Jail Ministry exists at the pleasure of Sheriff Tony Wickersham, for the express purpose of providing spiritual care to the people incarcerated at the Macomb County Jail. Our hope is that they will become reconciled to God, be involved in a Bible believing local church when they are released, and rehabilitated as productive members of society.
The after care ministry operates transitional homes for men and women to live. Through the power of Christ, the rehabilitation process begins as men and women are transformed into successful members of society and are restored back to their families.
In addition to providing a safe haven for men and women to transition, they are also provided with mentors and a connection with a local church community. Mentors and a strong, loving church community are crucial in the restoration process as it gives them a deep support system to draw from. The men and women are also provided with transportation to and from the church and other meetings and they are provided a membership to the local YMCA.
Hope, Healing And Help Through Jesus Christ
Adult & Teen Challenge/Life Challenge Ministries is a one-year residential recovery program for men and women with drug, alcohol, and other life-controlling addictions. At ATC/LCM our goal is more than rehabilitation—helping men and women get clean and sober. Our purpose is to make fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Consequently, we seek to help men and women turn from their self-destructive ways and put their faith in God. We emphasize Bible study, counseling, and Christian community. ATC/LCM has campuses in Detroit and Flint. Both programs offer a highly structured environment providing a unique opportunity for people to separate themselves temporarily from the normal distractions of life and give needed attention to personal spiritual growth.
Operation Serve® International (OSI) is a non-profit, non-denominational 501 (c) (3) humanitarian organization. OSI was established in 1983 with a passion to extend the Kingdom of God on earth through serving the poor and needy, as well as train indigenous pastors & leaders.
As a Kingdom-minded ministry, OSI deploys short-term mission teams from a wide range of Christian denominations and affiliations to encourage and support our national ministries. Hundreds of Great Commission minded Christians join the ministry of OSI annually.
To impart the hope and healing power of Jesus Christ to the sexually and relationally broken and those affected so that they may be transformed and empowered to be passionate followers of Jesus Christ.
To establish a Christ-centered counseling, support, and education-based network of professional counselors, lay ministers, and select others working together to bring Christ’s hope, healing power, and freedom to those who struggle with sexual and relational brokenness, their loved ones, the church body, and the community.