Providing clean, safe water for the marginalized residents of slums in India. The access to water near their homes shows them they are valued, as well as builds trust and paves the way for future outreach, evangelism and discipleship by ITMI’s Paul and Molly and their co-workers.
Stone Hill is a squatter’s camp outside Durbanville, South Africa, where daily life includes violence and hardship. A group of believers, including ITMI’s Charl van Wyk and Mark Parris, are prayerfully and actively seeking to change that. They have set up facilities where they can hold weekly outreach actives, build relationships with the youth through which they are declaring and demonstrating the gospel.
Under his direction, Bread of Life, Kalisz serves over 3,000 people a year meeting social and spiritual needs. Job search assistance, help finding a place to live, support for single moms, a clothing closet or spiritual guidance are some of the most common services Bread of Life offers through the Kalisz office. Tomek leads “David’s Club,” which is karate training for about 250 underprivileged and street kids. He is also the voluntary pastor of a local church.
Many pastors in Sudan have never received any kind of training. As a result, the doctrines they teach can resemble cultural beliefs more than Biblical truths. Jahim Buli is a well networked national Sudanese believer with a gift and passion to train pastors.
Bread of Life, founded by Richard and Brooke Nungesser, serves Polish homeless people by offering them hot meals, warm clothing, counseling, and most importantly, hope in Jesus Christ.
The Nungessers are the Founders and International Directors of Bread of Life, and Richard is the pastor of Poznan International Church. They moved to Poland in 2000 to share the gospel by teaching English. But when they discovered the great needs of the destitute and homeless in Poland, they founded the Bread of Life ministry to help Polish people meet the needs of their fellow countrymen.