MISSIONS

GAP MISSIONS

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ANTIOCH MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL

VISION 

  • A contending House of Prayer
  • Meeting Needs
  • Ministering to People
  • Mobilizing Laborers


CONTACT


Clinton:garfire1@me.com

 

Amber:garfire1@yahoo.com


SUMMARY

 

It is our conviction that the Church in right relationship with God, as obedient disciples of Jesus and filled with the Holy Spirit is the only hope for change in this generation and every generation that follows. We have been working in Southern Thailand for the last 14 years and the Lord is leading us to the Capital City of Bangkok for the next season of our ministry. We are believing to see churches planted in the 50 different regions of the city that each have a population of 100k or more. The current population of Bangkok is 8.2 million with an Evangelical population of less than 300K.

CHRISTIAN FAITH MINISTRIES

  • More monthly partners
  • New recruits
  • Finance and expand existing Bible schools
  • Build new facility on new property in Myanmar


SUMMARY

 

We have been full-time missionaries since 1972. In 1986 our family embarked on the greatest missionary venture of our lives and moved to the Philippines. The ministry exploded. Multitudes came to Christ and Bible schools were born. What began as one family’s desire to help local pastors has now become a ministry recognized across Asia for its impact on thousands of lives in 6 different nations.

  

CONTACT


WWW.HAPPYFAMILY.ORG

FACEBOOK: HAPPY FAMILY OVERSEAS MINISTRIES

 

DANIEL J. MCCARTY

MENORAH MCCARTY

NATHAN AND KAREN RASMUSSEN

Minister’s Training Program

Nathan and Karen Rasmussen

CONTACT

sgtchurch.org

CARL CADY

  • IFC is building a School for the 55 orphans in our care, the first of 15 buildings is complete.
  • HIV/AIDS and Leper Care are huge challenges. IFC has a vision to build a 100 bed HIV/AIDS hospital.
  • We continue to show the love of Christ to the 10,000 patients who are served at our clinics and hospital annually.


SUMMARY

 

In 2001, Carl Cady went to the refugee camps in North Indonesia and saw the suffering of the Christians who had lost everything in attacks on their villages. He began IFC to provide food, clean water and medical help to those in the time of loss and suffering. Carl has led IFC for the last 15 years. Carl and his wife, Cathy, pastored for 20 years prior to starting the aid work in Indonesia.

 

CONTACT


Carl Cady

Indonesia

ifcus.org