PR 22:6 Resource Ministry
Swiss Cove Christian Church members, David and Edda Sepulveda, started this mission in February, 2010. The basis of the mission is Proverbs 22:6 which states, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” This ministry provides churches with educational materials for the purpose of helping Dominican churches establish structured, consistent, Children’s Ministry programming. This encourages children to learn and serve within the local church and grow to be future leaders. This ministry hosts short-term mission trips for churches and individuals from the United States.
Iglesia Christiana del Primer Amor
Swiss Cove has supported this mission since 1986. Over the years, at least five churches, a college campus ministry, a Christian school, and a lunch program (feeding a minimum of 30 children three days a week) were started.
The Church of
After the Soviet Union dissolved, the doors opened to those wishing to go to the Ukraine with the Gospel message. We support Pastor Sergei as he plants new churches and develops pastors and leaders in this country. Bible camps for children and teens, men and women’s Bible meetings, and local outreaches are among the ministry efforts of this mission. Members of Swiss Cove Christian Church have been going to the Ukraine on mission since 2001.
Living Water International
This mission is supported in memory of our dearly departed Swiss Cove Christian Church sister, Lisa Jacobs. This mission was very close to Lisa’s heart. She enjoyed traveling there on several occasions. We send a once a year financial gift to help provide needed supplies for medical brigades that are held in very poor areas of Guatemala.
His Eyes exists to reach Honduras (and beyond) for Christ through outreach evangelism which includes: a clinic offering eye care, dental, and medical care; church plants; a clothing ministry which takes clothes to some of the poorest villages in Honduras; food distribution programs taking food to the most needy areas of Honduras; and, a milk program giving milk to the children in Tegucigalpa. His Eyes also hosts short term mission groups.
We support a young couple who serves oversees in a Muslim location through The Navigator’s ministry. Security issues prevent us from listing specific names or the country in which they serve.
Missions of Hope International
Missions of Hope International (MOHI) is a Christ-centered non-governmental organization that reaches out to orphaned and vulnerable children and their families in the Mathare Valley slums of Nairobi, Kenya and beyond. MOHI officially began in the year 2000, with 50 children attending school in a tiny rented “house” in the villiage known as Area 1. Mary Kamau had first encountered the Mathare slums in 1991 while attending university, and felt God’s call on her heart to reach out to the people of the slums. For more information visit mohiafrica.org.