Bob and Hope Carter have been medical missionaries in Kenya and Zambia for over twenty years. Bob is a family practice doctor with a Master's in Public Health, and Hope is a physician's assistant with a Master's in Community Health Education. Soon they will work on the HOPE for AIDS project in Kenya. They will be actively engaging in the training pastors and church leaders to minster with the Gospel of Christ in an era of AIDS and will facilitate the growth of trans-denominational coordination and cooperation. They will also provide technical training and expertise.
The North Carolina Friends Disaster Service was established in 1992 in response to the destruction of Hurricane Andrew. Since then, this outreach ministry has striven to responded wherever disaster in any form has struck. From the bayous of Louisiana to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, from the prairies of Kansas to the mountainsides of the Appalachians, to the suburbs of Miami, the NCFDS has labored to meet both the physical and spiritual needs of its neighbors.
Volunteers needed! All that is required is a willingness to labor for the Lord's service and for the assistance of our neighbors.
FTC was founded in Kaimosi, Kenya in 1942 and trains Quaker leaders in Scripture and theology while fostering deeper relationships with Christ. The College also has five satellite campuses, and draws students from many countries across central Africa. FTC offers 3 programs and up to a four-year degree. Donated funds support operating costs, facilities improvements, and scholarships.
Grace Haven, Ebenezer Christian Children's Homes' (ECCH) seventh home, will be opening in Siler City in 2019.
As part of Ebenezer's Residential Foster Care Program, Grace Haven will provide community-based care, support, and supervision to children living in a group setting. Grace Haven will provide a safe, stable community for residents who have need of basic care such as food, clothing, safety, structure, and love and have been determined to have been abused, neglected, or declared dependent. Children are also given trauma-informed care tailored to their specific needs.
Impact Yadkin is a collaboration of volunteers from several different churches whose mission is to share the message of Jesus Christ and His love with the people of Yadkin County. In addition to reaching out in the community IMPACT desires to see students and adults grow in their relationship with Christ through nightly worship, Bible study, missions ministry, and outreach.
Love InDeed, Inc. is a non-profit operated by one of our member meetings, Poplar Ridge Friends. For the last two years, Love InDeed has been serving the Hillsville community in Northwest Randolph County. Driven by the Gospel, Love InDeed organizes and supports weekly community meals, operates a food pantry, and funds and organizes work projects to complete small home repairs in Hillsville.
Meg Williams serves with Greater Greensboro Youth for Christ as their High School Campus Life Director.
The Campus Life High School ministry combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. Campus Life seeks to engage these young people wherever they are found as lifelong followers of Jesus Christ.
Campus Life High School Clubs in Greensboro:
Ragsdale High School
Southeast High School
Southwest High School
Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan's purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Samaritan's Purse is probably best known for their Operation Christmas Child shoe box ministry.
Every Nation is a global movement dedicated to ensuring everyone hears the Gospel. Every Nation Raleigh strives for every college student to hear the Gospel, join Christian community, and find life in Christ. As a campus pastor, Will aims to develop a culture of prayer and discipleship by meeting individually with students for Bible study and prayer, and leading group worship.
Your Choices Randolph empowers individuals to make life affirming choices in the areas of sexuality, pregnancy and restoration and move towards their fullest potential through relationship, education and collaboration.
Services include pregnancy testing and counseling, STI/STD education and referrals, sexual health and reproductive information, and pregnancy and parenting classes.