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Mission Organizations

* Act Beyond. We start church planting movements to transform unreached people groups–where obedient disciples make obedient disciples and reproducing churches start reproducing churches–who make Jesus known while transforming lives, relationships and communities.

* Action International Ministries. A non-denominational missionary sending agency that engages in a plethora of ministries including running orphanages, daycare centers, feeding programs, and evangelistic camping. This agency offers both short-term and career opportunities.

* Adventures in Mission. An interdenominational missions organization that focuses on discipleship with an emphasis on prayer and relationships in their work among the poor. Focusing on “the least of these”, giving hope to the hopeless, care to orphans, praying for the sick, and raising up a generation of radically committed disciples.

* African Christian Mission Intl. An indigenous African outreach ministry networking with partners for evangelism, discipleship and humanitarian aid to the world. Their mission is to reach the world with the Gospel of Christ, to equip Christians for ministry work, to help Christians discover their potential, and to call and mobilize Christians to reach out to those in need.

* Africa Inland Missions. Evangelism and church planting among Africa's unreached peoples, leadership development, youth ministry, medical ministry, community development, aviation, and support service ministries.

* Anglican Frontier Missions. A mission organization that seeks to plant viable, biblically-based, indigenous churches in areas of the world where there is very little Christian presence, in areas of North Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and even some ethnic communities in the United States.

* Appalachia Service Project. Providing vital housing services to low-income families living in Central Appalachia. They serve in communities where one in four people live in poverty.

* Asia Harvest. Reaching unreached people groups in Asia.

* Assemblies of God World Missions. Reaching, planting, training, and serving . . . so all can hear!

* Association of Baptists for World Evangelization (ABWE). Specializing in discipleship-evangelism that plants and multiplies churches which will pick up the torch of missions themselves and launch their own local and global missions movements. Our objective is: church-planting movements leading to missions movements for the glory of God. “From every nation to every nation!”

* Athletes in Action. A branch of Campus Crusade for Christ which uses sports as a vehicle for evangelism.

* Avant Ministries. Reaching the unreached by planting reporducing churches in unreached areas.

* Baptist Mid-Missions. Currently serving in over 50 countries in ministries as diverse as aviation, camping, radio, and publications in order to plant churches, evangelize, and disciple new believers.

* Beyond. Formerly known as Mission to Unreached Peoples. Beyond is a broadly interdenominational agency which focuses on unreached people groups with a special emphasis on those who live in the 10/40 window in Asia, Europe and beyond. They engage in a variety of ministries including Bible schools, church planting, medical and university ministry.

* Buckner International. Bettering the lives of orphans and at-risk children and families. Also providing foster care and adoption to provide safe, loving homes for at-risk children.

* Calvary Ministries (CAPRO). A vision for transforming the unreached peoples for Christ through media, training, human resource development, research, mercy ministries, and church planting.  

* Camino Global. Taking the message of Christ's redemption and restoration as we serve among and with Spanish speakers around the world.

* Campus Crusade for Christ. Helping to fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others; and helping the Body of Christ do evangelism and discipleship.

* Cadence International. Reaching the military communities of the United States and of the world with the Good News of Jesus.

* Café 1040. An intensely experiential 3-month training program inside the 10/40 window, exposing Christian college students and young adults to missions in the unreached world. Participants have the chance to study language, culture, history, religion, and technology with the possibility of college credit. In addition to time on the field, Café 1040 also mentors each person who goes through the program before and after his/her time overseas.

* City Team. Serving the poor, the homeless, and the lost in local communities in the United States and around the world.

* Child Evangelism Fellowship. A Bible-centered organization whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish/disciple them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.

* Children of the Nations. Providing holistic, Christ-centered care for orphaned and destitute children, enabling them to create positive and lasting change in their nations.

* Christar. Christar strives to cultivate Christ-honoring transformation in communities where He is yet to be worshiped.

* Christian Appalachian Project. An interdenominational, non-profit Christian organization “committed to serving people in need in Appalachia by providing physical, spiritual and emotional support through a wide variety of programs and services.

* Christian Associates International. Striving to see churches mature into sustainable faith communities, primarily in urban areas where they become multiplying church-planting movements.

* Christ for Children International. Evangelizing and discipling impoverished children and youth, assisting with incorporating new converts into a local church, church planting, and holistic ministry. CFCI’s main ministries are Kid’s Club, a free lunch program, the Church of the Great Shepherd, and cell groups.

* Christians in Actions. Empowering missionaries to plant reproducing community churches around the world. CIA values discipleship and evangelism, missionary training, church-planting, outreach & relief, partnering with national church leaders, and preparing nationals for leaderships.

* Church Resource Ministires (CRM). Making disciples and transforming communities. CRM works to create movements of committed followers of Jesus by pioneering new ground among the unreached and unchurched, bringing lasting transformation among the poor, and mobilizing the Church for mission.

* Compassion International. Acts as an advocate for children to release them from their spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enable them to become responsible and fulfilled Christian adults.

* Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. CBF has seven areas of focus: poverty/transformation ministries, disaster response ministry, internationals ministries, church planting/faith sharing, justice and peacemaking ministries, medical ministries, and education/economic development ministries.

* Cross World. Their members are in all sorts of professions - job-takers, job-makers and vocational religious workers. There is nothing magical about the method. You might even call it ordinary. Just be who God made you to be and do what Jesus asked you to do. The result? The world’s least-reached marketplaces will never be the same. And that’s extraordinary.

* Cup of Cold Water Ministry. Enabling missionaries to faithful proclamation the Word of God and to loving serve the poor and disadvantaged, both home and abroad.

* Dayspring Mission. Dayspring Mission operates in a rural village in central Nigeria, where the mission station is located near a major migratory rout of the largest unreached people cluster in Africa, the Fulani. Day spring mission is currently pursuing avenues of ministry in vocational training, audio Bible ministry, and basic healthcare services.

* Doctors without Borders. Providing emergency medical care to millions of people caught in crises in nearly 60 countries around the world. MSF provides assistance when catastrophic events overwhelm local health systems. MSF also assists people who face discrimination or neglect from their local health systems or when populations are otherwise excluded from health care.

* Doulos Partners. Focusing on church planting and supporting church plants throughout the world by training nationals who are called to pastor, supplying financial resources to support them, and doing ministry projects that grow the ministry of each and every church founding.

* e3 Partners. Focusing  on 3 essential “E’s” of missions: Equipping, Evangelizing, and Establishing churches. e3 exists to help Christians’ minister globally through organizing prayer groups and mission teams and connecting churches with key national pastors and church leaders.

* Eastern European Outreach. Dedicated to sharing the Gospel with the people of Eastern Europe, especially at-risk children, orphans, inmates and national pastors. The agency ministers to these groups through supplying food, clothing, and medical care, maintaining Ministry Centers where young people are taught the Bible, English and other classes, as well as organizing camping programs for at-risk children.

* Eastern Mennonite Mission. Going where the church does not yet exist.

* East-West Ministries. East-West exists to mobilize the Body of Christ to evangelize the lost and equip local believers to multiply disciples and healthy churches among unreached peoples and/or in restricted access.

* Elic. Placing passionately committed Christians in teaching roles across Asia and the Middle East, who primarily serve through the medium of English instruction. We accomplish this through recruiting, training and sending men and women from the USA, Canada, India, New Zealand, the UK, and other countries, to meet the ever-growing demand for quality English education.

* Every Ethne. Every Ethne’s desire is to help provide students in their ministries with strategic mission resources, community, and coaching.

* Every Home for Christ. Every Home for Christ exists to serve the Church to reach every home on earth with the Gospel.

* Fellowship International Mission. Fuse your vision with God’s passion.

* Fellowship of Associates of Medical Evangelism (FAME). Seeking to lead people to Christ through meeting real physical needs by partnering with other missions organizations to deliver a unique combination of medical mission services. They provide medical facilities, medicines and supplies, and hands-on care through short-term mission teams.  

* Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). Challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in the world. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.

* Finishers. Connecting mid-life adults with global impact opportunities for God.

* Food for the Hungry International (FHI). A growing, international organization that answers God’s call to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor. It is currently active in over 50 nations of Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe. FHI has a program called “Hunger Corps” which provides an opportunity for experienced and qualified people to share their knowledge and skills with the poor. Some areas of ministry include agriculture, child development, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, church development and child-headed households.

* Forgotten Missionaries International. Mobilizing and empowering indigenous church planters and evangelists.

* Frontiers. An international community of ordinary people, serving with teams, going to the hardest places in the world, bringing efforts of human aid and relief, working in the global marketplace, while living as ambassadors of the Gospel to those who have not yet heard.

* Global Action. Empowering and equipping local pastors and church leaders in developing nations by providing them with and church growth training and missional vision.

* Global Expeditions. A ministry of Teen Mania (an interdenominational youth ministry), organizes mission trips ranging from 1 week to a month. GE mission teams serve all around the world doing a variety of activities, from teaching VBS in Peru to using drama and dance for evangelism in Italy.

* Global Frontier Missions. Striving to put the Gospel of Jesus Christ within reach of every people group on earth.

* Global Journey. Global Journey allows you to join a team of 8 – 10 people for two months in five countries and four continents. In this experience you will have the opportunity to love and encourage people of many different cultures while partaking in various kinds of mission work. Most trips include taking care of orphans and widows, church planting, evangelizing, teaching, preaching the Word, and much more!

* Global Partnership Ministries (GPM). Formerly known as European Partnership Ministries, GPM helps churches respond to the newly opened doors in Eastern Europe and the former USSR.

* Global Teams. Global Teams equips and sends teams of missionaries from many nations to multiply disciples of Jesus within cultures least familiar with the gospel.

* Gospel for Asia. Transforming communities through Christ’s love.   

* Gospelink. The vision of Gospelink is to provide as many people as possible the opportunity to hear about Jesus Christ and to help them to grow spiritually by empowering national preachers.

* Greater Europe Mission. Disciple all peoples of Europe through rapidly reproducing churches.  God expanding His kingdom through all the peoples of Europe to the world.

* Habitat for Humanity. Brings families and communities together with volunteers and resources to provide affordable housing.

* Heal the Nations. Working to improve the health of children and families in underdeveloped communities throughout the world while sharing the love of Christ through medical mission outreach.

* Hebrew Christian Fellowship. The mission of Hebrew Christian Fellowship is to lovingly and sensitively present the Gospel of Messiah Jesus to Jewish people directly through support of established, active ministries in the land of Israel and indirectly through the equipping of believers in local churches for effective witness to Jewish people in their circles of influence.

* Hillside Missions. Introducing unreached people to God through training and sending teams for short-term missions trips, coordinating internships, and developing Christian community in unreached people group areas.

* Hope International. A network of microfinance institutions working to empower men, women, and families to break the cycles of physical and spiritual poverty through the provision of Biblically based business training, savings services, small loans, mentoring, and discipleship. By incorporating a strong witness for Jesus Christ and employing a variety of approaches to microfinance, HOPE is an innovator in the field of microenterprise development.

* Hope Missions. Hope Missions is committed to bringing Hope to the Hopeless through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Each trip is a complete pre-packaged mission experience at an affordable price. Hope Mission Trips are perfect for churches who lack staff or "know-how" to coordinate a mission trip. The Hope Missions staff handles all of the details for each trip and personally leads every trip.

* InFaith. A nondenominational mission agency that enables called and committed followers of Christ to serve with purpose and passion within our nation’s borders. InFaith uses many different ministry methods. They host outreach events, provide one-on-one discipleship, lead Bible studies, prison ministries, children’s ministries, and nursing home ministries. They run Christian camps, plant and develop churches; serve as chaplains, and work cross-culturally among Native American and Spanish-speaking people in the US.

* InterAct Ministries. Making disciples among the least-reached peoples of Russia, Alaska and Canada by living in local communities and learning the culture, language and the things they value and care about. They build friendships sharing the ups and downs of everyday life. Over time deep bonds of love and trust are formed, and it is through these relationships that whole-life discipleship happens. As they build bridges into peoples' lives they see God begin to open doors to share the gospel with non-Christians and speak into the lives of believers with the hope of seeing them become mature, reproducing disciples of Jesus Christ.

* International Justice Mission. A Christian human rights agency that rescues victims of sexual exploitation, slavery, human trafficking, and other forms of violent oppression.

* International Mission Board. An entity of the Southern Baptist Convention and exists to present the Gospel and lead individuals to saving faith in Him which will result in church-planting movements among all the peoples of the world.

* International Sports Federation (ISF). A non-profit organization dedicated to using sports to build relationships in cross cultural settings. ISF volunteers are trained to develop opportunities to share the Christian faith and provide relief. Volunteers not only engage in sports activities but also feeding programs, clean water projects, and medical missions.

* International Students, Inc. We seek to evangelize the students that come from all over the world to study in universities in the USA and send them back as witnesses to their own people.

* International Teams. Lives and communities transformed by the power of God.

* International World Changers (IWC). A prepackaged missions program for high school and college students. As a part of the Southern Baptist Convention, IWC facilitates trips to Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe. High school and college students have the chance to engage in various types of ministries internationally, from prayer skiing in Slovenia to soccer clinics in Niger.

* InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (ICF). An evangelical campus mission serving more than 35,000 students and faculty on over 560 college and university campuses nationwide. The agency’s focus is campus witness, thoughtful discipleship, and concern for world missions. One aspect of ICF’s ministry is Global Urban Trek which offers students the opportunity to serve the poor and live in slum communities.  

* Irene Gleeson Foundation. The Irene Gleeson Foundation was founded in 1991 by Irene Gleeson who identified in her travels to Africa the great need to take care of the children of Northern Uganda ravaged by the war that was raging across East Africa. The IGF staff's main purpose in their mission is to glorify our God through teaching Ugandans the love and truth of Jesus Christ.

* IRIS Global. An organization committed to fulfilling the greatest commandments: Love God, and Love Your Neighbor. They work primarily in Asia and Africa, but have charities in lots of different countries around the world.

* JAARS (Jungle Aviation and Radio Services). Making Bible translation possible by investing in practical, day-to-day support in the areas of aviation, land and water transportation, information technology, and media.  

* JAF Ministries. Disability outreach of Joni Eareckson Tada is dedicated to extending the love and message of Christ to people who are affected by disability, whether it is the disabled person, a family member, or friend.

* Kenya Relief. The mission of KenyaRelief.org is to rekindle hope for a new generation in Kenya through partnership between communities, uniting for a common good. Kenya Relief works in the community to provide orphan care, education, and medical care.

* Lutheran Bible Translators (LBT). Bible translation and literacy. God’s Word for all people.

* Lutheran Hour Ministries. Missional outreach and humanitarian aid.

* Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). Serving through aviation and technology with the vision to see isolated people physically and spiritually transformed in Christ’s name. Currently serving in 33 countries worldwide.

* Make Way Partners. A Christian mission agency committed to prevent and combat human trafficking and all forms of modern–day slavery by educating and mobilizing The Body of Christ. Make Way Partners builds partnerships within the body of Christ to call forth those willing to answer the Biblical call to seek justice on behalf of the oppressed.

* Medical Ministry International. A Christian organization committed to meet the need for medical care among the world’s poor through excellence in medicine, patient care, and health education.

* Mercy Ships. Send ships around the world to serve a local community in diverse cultures and partner with the local people.

* Missions on the Move (MOM). Changing lives for Christ one child at a time! Our Mission is to answer Christ's call to feed the hungry, welcome the stranger, visit the sick, clothe the naked & bring hope to a world in need. There are currently three positions open for full-time missionaries, click here for details.

* Mission to the World (MTW). The missionary sending organization of the Presbyterian Church in America and offers trips ranging from 1-2 weeks to 1-11 month internships to long term (4 years+). MTW is planting churches in Africa, Asia/Pacific, Europe, and Latin America. Some of their focus includes working with street children in India, doing medical missions in Belize, teaching English, and disaster response.

* Navigators. To reach, disciple, and equip people to know Christ and make Him known through successive generations.

* Nehemiah Teams. Leading the next generation to reach every nation... standing in the gap among the unreached and the hard-to-reach.

* Network of International Christian Schools (NICS). The mission of NICS is to establish a worldwide network of international Christian schools staffed by qualified Christian educators, instilling in each student a Biblical world-view in an environment of academic excellence and respect for people of all cultures and religions.

* New Anglican Missionary Society (NAMS). Functions as a society of Christ-followers facilitating the spread of the Gospel around the world through pioneering and global church planting.

* New Tribes Mission. Helping local churches train,coordinate, and send missionaries to unreached tribes.

* North American Indigenous Ministries. A multicultural team that exists to glorify God through making disciples among North American Indigenous peoples. This nondenominational faith mission works primarily in Western Canada, Washington State, and New Mexico.

* Not Forgotten. An organization that is compelled by the love of Christ to provide for the physical, educational, and spiritual needs of impoverished, abandoned, and oppressed people of the world so that they may improve their quality of life, find salvation through Jesus Christ and be empowered to affect change in their communities.

* One Challenge. Empowering local church ministry to be involved in Missions Mobilization, Church Planting & Growth, Education, Holistic Ministry, Leadership Development, Member Care, Partnering & Bridge Building, Research, Sports Ministries, as well as Business for Transformation.

* One Hundred Fold. A group of specialists in software development, web design, database engineering, networking and telecommunications who believe that mobile technology has a transformative role to play in making the gospel of Christ accessible to every individual on Earth.

* Open Doors. Serving persecuted Christians worldwide.

* Operation Mobilization. An international Christian mission agency that seeks to demonstrate and proclaim the love of God through evangelism, church planting, discipleship, literature distribution, relief, and development in many areas of the world.

* Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF). Formally known as the China Inland Mission and Oversease Missionary Fellowship. They serve the church and bring the gospel to many of the countries in East Asia, and have a pioneering ministry in the rest. They help place Christians with professional skills in China and other Asian countries, and share the love of Christ with East Asians worldwide.  They aim to see an indigenous, biblical church movement in each people group of East Asia, evangelizing their own people and reaching out in mission to other peoples.

* Pearl Ministries. Facilitate the vision of Ranch on Jesus Orphanage Ministries, a registered Ugandan non-government organization dedicated to the salvation of orphans and needy children located in Mutongo and Lweza outside Kampala, Uganda.

* Partners International. Living out the Great Commission and Great Commandment, serving the physically deprived and the spiritually hungry in the “hard places” of the world.

* Pioneer Bible Translators. Bible translation, literacy programs, and indigenous Scripture Impact initiatves.  

* Pioneers. Pioneers mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church-planting movements in partnership with local churches.

* Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship (PFF). Serving churches by getting them involved with establishing indigenous churches among unreached people groups. In addition to linking churches with particular frontier mission ministries, PFF links churches with other Presbyterian congregations in a network of prayer and support for specific people groups.

* Reach Beyond. We will leverage, to the best of our ability, God’s gift of media and medical technology to reveal His eternal wisdom to those who have never heard the name of Jesus.

* Reach Global EFCA. A multi-faceted mission engaged in crisis response, church-planting, community health and development, refugee relief, human trafficking rescue efforts, camp ministry, and more.  

* Reaching and Teaching. Reaching the peoples of the world through evangelism and by meeting the great need for deep discipleship, pastoral preparation, leadership training, and theological education around the world.

* Reel Life International. Sharing the love of Christ with those in extreme need by raising funds for sustainable assistance.

* Ripe for Harvest World Outreach. Helping missionaries accomplish the calling God has given them.  

* Samaritan's Purse. Provides spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world.

* SEND International. Starting churches where there are none by evangelizing the unreached, nurturing disciples, and developing leaders.

* Servant Partners. Working with agencies all over the world to develop and encourage holistic church plants among the urban poor. Servant Partners uses micro-enterprise loans, leadership development, and women’s ministries to share the gospel of Jesus Christ through incarnational living among the poor.

* Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor. A network of Christian communities living and working among the urban poor in Asia’s mega cities, participating with the poor to bring hope and justice through Jesus Christ.

* Serving in Missions (SIM). Respond to need. Proclaim the gospel. Equip the church.

* Student Volunteer Movement 2. An alliance that works towards enabling leaders of local ministries to influence their own with a vibrant heart for Jesus and His great commission.

* South America Mission. Strives to see the Church established in South America creating multiple opportunities to present a clear, meaningful and persuasive presentation of the gospel to their own ethnic or social group.

* Sozo Children. Working with orphans in different countries, striving to establish orphanages that will foster the development of a child in a holistic manner.

* Sweet Sleep. Providing beds to the world’s orphaned and abandoned children, demonstrating God’s love for them and improving their quality of life.

* Teach Beyond. An international organization providing transformational education to children and to adults. We provide teaching and learning services to all regardless of gender, ethnicity, or religion in order to promote holistic personal growth and enduring social benefit.

* Teach Overseas. An interdenominational ministry that trains and sends Christians to teach English, business, and other subjects in China, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Morocco, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Vietnam. Teach Overseas offers summer as well as year-long trips to these countries. As an openly Christian organization, Teach Overseas has positive relationships with governments and school administrators.

* TEAM (The Evangelical Alliance Mission). Helping churches everywhere send missionaries everywhere.

* Theovision International. We exist to share God’s Word and His love in Africa and beyond in indigenous languages, using cutting-edge oral methods. We seek to make all hear God’s voice and be transformed.

* The Wellhouse. Offering immediate shelter and transitional housing to women who have been trafficked, are prostituting, or otherwise sexually exploited. Food, clothing, spiritual guidance, Christian counseling, and other necessities are provided, along with assisting with referrals for substance abuse treatment, if needed. Life skills classes, GED preparation, and other enrichment services are part of the experience to help these women become self-sufficient and give them a sense of self-worth.

* United World Mission.  Partnering with local Christians in 42 nations to form leaders, reproduce churches, and empower the poor and vulnerable.

* Vision Beyond Borders. The view of the cross is a vision beyond borders.

* Volunteers for China. A Christian humanitarian organization that facilitates volunteers, both short term and long term, for service in China.

* Volunteers in Medical Missions. VIMM is a team of Christian doctors, nurses, and other volunteers that minister to the physical and spiritual needs of children and adults in developing countries throughout the world. Although their primary focus is medical, VIMM also seeks to involve non-medical people in mission projects such as construction, Bible schools, and evangelism.

* Wings of Hope. Using planes to bring health and hope to forgotten communities, and providing humanitarian programming in 47 countries, partnering with communities to improve their health, education, economic opportunities, and food security.

* World Crafts. Developing sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world. Our vision is to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth.

* World Mission Prayer League. Transforming lives through prayer.

* World Outreach Missions. Training the Trainers. Informing, inspiring, igniting, and involving every believer in the work of God's Kingdom.

* World Team. To glorify God by working together to establish reproducing churches focusing on the unreached peoples of the world.

* World Venture. Working in the arts, media, business, education, family and medicine, church outreach, science and agriculture, and government; we exist to see people of all nations transformed by Jesus Christ in partnership with his church.

* World Vision. World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, we serve alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people.

* Worldwide Evangelization for Christ (WEC). Sharing Jesus among people groups with little or no access to the Gospel, gathering individuals who believe in Him into faith communities, mobilizing missionaries, and motivating and empowering churches (including the ones we plant) to obey Jesus’ mandate to make disciples of all nations.

* Worldwide Tentmakers. Reach people who have not been reached with the gospel by traditional missions. They help in sending tentmaker missionaries to these places. They help train these missionaries to become self-supportive evangelists for Christ.

* Wycliffe Bible Translators. Translating and delivering Scripture to people around the world in a language and form they understand best.

* Youth for Christ. An indigenous global team serving in more than 100 countries. Reaching young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who are characterized by godliness in lifestyle, devotion to the word of God and prayer, boldness in evangelism and commitment to social involvement.

* Youth With A Mission. An international movement of Christians from many denominations dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Their many ministries fit into three main categories: evangelism, training, and mercy ministry.