While there are many great ministries out there, we have limitations with our site resources. However, here are some of the ones we know personally. We have no problem in recommending these ministries. If you do not support any ministries or are looking for an outside ministry to support, then prayerfully consider any of these.
An important Notice
The bible teaches us that it is important that we have a “Home Church” that we support. If you do not have a local body of believers to worship with, please contact us and we will help you find a local church to attend.
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474 Little Neck Road, Savannah Georgia
Heritage Seminary is a private, independent, not-for-profit institution incorporated in the State of Georgia as Heritage Seminary, Inc. It operates as Heritage Seminary. Heritage Seminary is registered as a 501(c)(3) corporation with the State of Georgia and it meets the religious exemption requirements of the Nonpublic Post Secondary Education Commission of the State of Georgia.
Heritage Seminary has a stated mission “to equip students with professional competence, academic distinction, and an informed Biblical worldview so that they will be set apart as people whose experience is Pentecostal, whose standard is holiness, and whose goal is excellence in all things for the Glory of God.”
The ministry “El Faro de Santidad”, or “Lighthouse Holiness Ministries”, consists of prison evangelism within prison facilities in the states of Durango, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas, México. Due to present dangers in Mexico their ministry has been focused on the northern region of Tamaulipas within the prisons of Reynosa, Ciudad Victoria and Santa Adelaida (Matamoros).
I have personally known Br and Sis Morgan and their ministry for years. Note that while not a non profit, all that they do is for the Lord. It is the Morgans’ desire to not only lead men and women to Christ, but to also facilitate Bible knowledge so that these same men and women will carry the Gospel to their own people.
Rocky Oak Church