Faith Comes By Hearing
FCBH had an initial goal to encourage Bible listening programs and audio drama in the NT & OT format. Today FCBH includes the Deaf Bible Society, distributes proclaimers around the world, and provides military Bible sticks to U.S. troops.
The mission of FCBH is to get God’s Word to every person in their heart language and cover the world with the Word! They desire to provide the audio Bible in the heart language of every person in the world. Our church has helped produce two languages so far.
Life Choices Pregnancy Center
We are committed to share the love of Christ through our prevention, intervention, and reconciliation programs. We will provide educational support and compassionate coaching in conjunction with existing churches and institutions.
India National Inland Mission (INIM)
INIM plants churches in among Hindus in northern India, amidst persecution and poverty. The mission also runs orphanages and a bible college for training evangelist and pastors.
Today’s Christian Country Radio Station KYMS 89.9 FM.
Pastor John is on the radio Monday through Friday at 8:00am and 4:00pm
The station is located in Hayden, Idaho and is a listener supported non-profit Christian radio station.
The Luke Commision
MISSION: To deliver compassionate, comprehensive healthcare to the most isolated and under-served populations of Southern Africa in collaboration with local communities, Government, Corporate, and Non-profit partners.
VISION: To end the isolation of rural communities to quality, compassionate healthcare.
The Luke Commission continues to grow and change. However, three C’s remain the same.
COMMITMENT – Ten Years ago Harry and Echo Vanderwal first witnessed the devastation of HIV/AIDS on the southern African country of Swaziland. They saw that health care didn’t reach so many of the Swazis who lived in rural areas due to lack of transport. This was not an isolated problem that could be solved quickly or easily. The Vanderwals knew the Luke Commission had to be dedicated to stay long, work hard, and reach rural Swazis one at a time in their own communities.
COMPASSIONATE – TLC sees all humans as precious. Swazis hold great value whether they are young or old, poor and orphaned, sick but not able to access medical assistance. The Luke Commission staff members treat and touch hundreds at just one mobile hospital outreach, but hey reach out one after one after to address the needs of individual Swazis.
COMPREHENSIVE – The Luke Commission provides more than 28 services at every mobile hospital outreach. That has increased from 4 services in 2005.