Champions House Foundation
A fantastic ministry in India that maintains an orphanage, digs wells, educates children, disciples people in the ways of the Lord, provides funds for children who need cleft palate surgery, furnishes wheelchairs for individuals with physical deformities, and many other services as needs arise. This enormous multifaceted ministry is overseen by a true believer named Pastor Samuel . Also, your giving is greatly maximized in this charity due to very low overhead. Almost all of your donations go directly to help many children in India. My family has been supporting this ministry for a while now and we are amazed at the impact our contributions has made due to the Lord’s blessings. Furthermore, they give you the option to donate using PayPal on their website. Please, consider using your resources to help this wonderful charity.
I know a couple of the organizers/founders of this minister and they are on fire for Jesus and seeing people come to know Him in a personal way. Below is their description of what they are about and how they do it.
- the preaching or promulgation of the gospel; the work of an evangelist.
- missionary zeal, purpose, or activity.
LifeLight Communications, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Evangelistic Proclamation Organization. We view ourselves as missionaries, and base our work from Acts 1:8, “You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” We exist to proclaim the Gospel through music and the message.
LifeLight’s founding principle is to offer all festivals FREE of admission so that ALL may come and ALL may hear the Gospel message. The LifeLight South Dakota Festival, while the most visible area, is one of three areas of LifeLight’s ministry: Festivals, Missions and Outreach. Yet LifeLight is ONE ministry with ONE mission, “Taking the Church outside the walls, bringing Light into the darkness with the life-changing message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
In everything we do, we must answer one question, “How is the Gospel going to be presented?” This is our common denominator, plain and simple.
Good News Clubs
The Good News Clubs® are one of the main ministries of Child Evangelism Fellowship® (CEF®). This is a one-hour after school program held once a week in the public elementary schools. (In 2001, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Good News Clubs® v. Milford Central School that Good News Clubs® can meet in public schools after school hours on the same terms as other community groups.) Children who wish to participate stay after school one hour a week, and they must have a signed parent permission slip. Parents must also arrange for transportation home for their children. All adults that work with the program are screened according to the CEF® child-protection policy and are provided training as teachers or helpers.
Each week the children are presented with an exciting Bible lesson using colorful materials. The club also includes songs, Scripture memory, a missions story and review games or other activities focused on the Bible lesson’s theme. Every club has a strong discipleship teaching to build character and strengthen moral and spiritual growth, and children are encouraged to attend a local church. There is also a clear presentation of the Gospel and an opportunity for children to trust Jesus as their Savior.
Please ask the Lord what you can do to support this rare and fantastic ministry for school-aged kids. Also, take the time to visit their website for more information.
Faith Temple Food Giveaway
This “hands and feet of Jesus” ministry, gives away an enormous amount of food to needy families in the Sioux Empire area. Here is an excerpt from their site that explains their history and mission:
The Food Giveaway started in May of 2009, in the parking lot of the church. The first week of the giveaway we had 69 people and gave away less than 2,000 pounds of food. As the weeks went on, hundreds of people showed up for the for the weekly giveaway. The church parking lot was filled to its capacity, resulting in people parking blocks away. When the weather started to get colder in October of 2009 we moved to the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds Armory. When we are at the armory we are able to drive the truck into the building and unload in the heated atmosphere. We have even had special guests visit the giveaway. One special person we had was Donna Douglas who played Ellie May Clampett on the “Beverly Hillbillies.” Even though we start the giveaway at 4pm, people start to form the line as early as 8am in the morning. Since we have had the Faith Temple Food Giveaway we have helped struggling families and individuals get about thirty pounds of food a week and help save each family about $250.00 a month.
On their website there is a place to donate funds, keep up with the giveaway schedule and a spot to volunteer your time as well. I am greatly moved by what these kind people are doing for the hungry families in my area and continue to support them in prayer and other wise. Let God guide you to how you can join with them in their great ministry.