Missions and Missionaries

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We at Evangel believe the Great Commission when Jesus told us to go out to all parts of the world to share His love.  As a small but growing body of believers, we provide financial support for Jacob’s Hope, Project Rescue and several others listed below.   We can only do this through the generosity of Evangel faithful who believe the Great Commission.

JACOBS HOPE

Jacob’s Hope is working around the world to bring hope to Jewish people, the “children of Jacob,” by bringing them humanitarian and medical aid, and by sharing the good news of Messiah!

www.jacobshope.com

Project Rescue

Project Rescue provides physical, emotional and spiritual rescue and holistic restoration to women and children in sexual slavery. Our multifaceted programs aim to provide a safe environment for transformation and growth.

Want to learn more?  www.projectrescue.com

Evangel also supports:

Jason and Enghee Fuentes – missionaries to Indonesia, especially Muslims in the most densely populated nations in the world. Ninety percent of Indonesians are Muslim.

Dan and Alicia Desrosiers – International Media Ministries

Johnny Velazquez – Formerly with Convoy of Hope in Belgium, soon to be part of a new coffee house outreach to the young people in Brussels.

Joe and Heidi Barrale – Adopt-a-Campus and Chi Alpha – Encouraging AG churches to pray for students  on local and distant campuses.

Convoy of Hope – On scene at almost every US and international disaster site rendering physical and spiritual help.

Africa’s Children – providing food and Christian education

Boys and Girl’s Missionary Challenge India – teaching rescued sex slaves a skill to earn a living

City Team – local ministry to people with drug and alcohol problems

If you would like to pledge to help support our missions efforts – or for a particular missions’ work – fill out a Faith Promise card in the fellowship hall and give it to a Board member or place it in the offering plate.

And for all Assemblies of God Missions works, visit www.agwm.org