John and Anne Pruzina:
Serving with E3 Partners in Czech Republic, leading short-term teams
for the purpose of evangelism, discipleship and church planting.
The Friends of Agape team is focused on achieving a sustainable 20% Christian population in India (currently under 5%!). This means partnering with others to reach and disciple 200 million people in the coming 10 years!
We are a fellowship of churches like First Christian, and individuals, businesses and foundations which share a mission commitment for the least reached peoples of the world. We focus especially in locations in India, Nepal and Bhutan where over 40% of the world’s unreached peoples live. We love supporting the efforts of more than 1,000 national church planting coordinators, trainers, Bible translators and educators, and share their desire to see the Great Commission completed in our lifetime. These ministry partners have been serving for more than 30 years and have won the highest regard of the broader Church where they are located.
Join us as we:
Establish new Christ followers more deeply in their faith.
Establish disciples who also become disciple-makers.
Establish churches which have redeeming impact in their cities, towns and villages.
Establish God’s Word for access in Scripture-less languages
Establish opportunity for the poor to rise out of poverty and abuse.
Our Partners with NI:
Dave and Mara: ministering in a sensitive area of EurAsia.
Jim Vogel: serving in International Operations as the Chief International Officer. He has been with NI since 1995, primarily serving in Russia, the U.S. and the Baltic. As Chief International Officer, he leads the International Operations Department, directors, and global operations. He and his wife Svetlana are based in Ft. Myers FL.
Ryan and Mary Russell: Community Development, Business for Transformation. Serving in Myanmar, Ryan and Mary seek to reduce poverty by providing business training and mentoring in various stages of business startup.
James and Marta Khong: Church planting, Discipleship and Evangelism. Serving in their native country of Myanmar, James and Marta minister and train senior leaders in rural areas that disciple and church plant throughout Myanmar.
Lowell and Blanche Hunefeld: Strategic Planning, Multicultural Partnerships. The Hunefeld’s passion is to see individuals and churches globally discover their role in the transformation of lives and communities.
OBJECTIVES: First and foremost is to lead Bikers to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Second and equally difficult is to challenge churches to be more receptive of all people. The first objective, leading bikers to Christ, is accomplished through a tent ministry. CRM travels to secular motorcycle events in the United States where a tent is set up. Meals are served, a daily worship service is held and people are counseled and ministered to. The hours are long and the reception is varied, but CRM remains focused and faithful.
HISTORY: Christian Riders Ministry (CRM) was formed in 1991 by DQ & Beth Roberts at First Christian Church of Bayonet Point, Florida. Being Bikers who had come to know the Lord Jesus Christ, they had an intense burden on their hearts for others in that lifestyle. No other Biker had ever told them that Jesus loved them and valued them highly. That message needed to be carried back. So, they sold everything they owned and began traveling to motorcycle events across the country in a school bus, setting up a ministry service tent and sharing the Gospel.
LAKE AURORA CHRISTIAN CAMP
(Church Camp and Retreat Center): A camp and retreat center dedicated to helping
youth and families to develop core values based on Christian principles.
JOHNSON UNIVERSITY FLORIDA:
(f/k/a Florida Christian College) vision is to bring glory to God and hope to the world by preparing promising students for excellence in Christian ministry through an affordable, community-oriented, Christ-centered education.
Motivated by the love of Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, Ethnos360 exists to assist the ministry of the local church through the mobilizing, equipping, and coordinating of believers to evangelize unreached people groups, translate the Scriptures, and see indigenous churches established that glorify God. The primary ministry of Ethnos360 is to establish indigenous churches among the unreached people groups of the world. Ethnos360 does that by learning the culture and mother tongue language, translating scriptures and teaching in that language. This is preceded by teaching literacy and accompanied by limited medical work. Limited infrastructure to support the missionaries in remote locations is set up in those countries where such support is insufficient. To this end, Ethnos360 has established training institutes to prepare our missionaries for ministries including Ethnos360 Bible Institute in Waukesha, WI; Missionary Training Institute in Roach, MO and Ethnos360 Aviation in McNeal, AZ. They also have a mobilization program, Wayumi, in Jersey Shore, PA. Ethnos360 provides a retirement center, The Homes of Ethnos360, for retired missionaries in Sanford, FL. Coordination of all these facilities is done from their HQ home office in Sanford, FL