We partner with three global organizations: 410 Bridge, Samaritan's Purse and Fishers of Men – Belize.
410 Bridge - Kenya & Haiti
The 410 Bridge is a community development organization empowering people to use their gifts to faithfully serve and administer God’s grace. The 410 Bridge partners PLC with rural communities in Kenya and Haiti to help empower local leaders as they focus on holistic community development in the following areas: water, education, micro-enterprise, health care and spiritual development. The community members themselves are involved in defining solutions and reaching their desired outcomes. The projects are owned, operated and sustained by the community. To learn more, visit 410's web site
Samaritan’s Purse provides spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. They help meet the needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love. There are endless opportunities to travel globally with them to work on one of their many projects. Project focuses include medical missions, disaster relief, water construction, Operation Christmas Child shoe box delivery and education. Visit the Samaritan's Purse web site to discover your next step.
Fishers of Men - Belize
Fishers of Men International Missions is a non-profit mission organization formed to spread the love of Jesus Christ in the country of Belize. We believe by first meeting physical needs through both medicine and construction, a better platform is created to meet the spiritual needs. We believe participating in the mission projects ignites people to live out the Great Commission in both Belize and at home in the United States. For more information, visit fishersofmenbelize.org..
"And Jesus said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you become fishers of men.'" - Mark 1:17
DOCS for Hope
Doctors of Committed Service for Hope Worldwide – better known as “DOCS for Hope” – consists of six family medicine doctors serving both stateside and in the rural, mountainous community of Canillá, Guatemala. Their medical practice model provides consistent medical services to the needy in developing nations as well as medical services to rural Iowa. Poor infrastructure and a lack of healthcare personnel contribute to high maternal and pediatric morbidity and mortality in Canillá. DOCS for Hope has committed to building a full service hospital in the community that provides training and jobs, proper medical care, and an opportunity to hear the gospel in partnership with Adonai International Ministries.