Mission Partners [India Topic] http://www.lcmc.net/mission-partners/feed?topic=51 LCMC encourages congregations to partner with Mission Agencies as part of their benevolence programs. We believe that partnering with agencies, as opposed to national oversight of benevolence funding, creates a positive experience for both the congregation and the mission partner. Throughout the years, LCMC has been introduced to many organizations throughout the world that are working together to fulfill the great commission and bring the gospel to all people. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but to be an assistance to congregations seeking new partnership. Additional partners will be added as we develop new relationships. en-us MissionsLink http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/missionslink/a678.html Tue, 03 Nov 15 00:00:00 -0700 MissionsLink is new global mission networking tool created by LCMC mission partner ALWM & Bill Moberly. The global mission counterpart to Church Connect, MissionsLink is a searchable database of member congregations, mission agencies & individuals from across North America. MissionsLink provides a convenient way for LCMC members, congregations and partner mission organizations to SHARE THE RESOURCES YOU HAVE and FIND THE RESOURCES YOU NEED to be more meaningfully, strategically and effectively engaged in completing the Great Commission.

India Transformed http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/india-transformed/a365.html Wed, 13 Feb 13 00:00:00 -0700 India Transformed engages caring people to invest in Christ’s transforming ministry among India’s needy. 

Our mission is to call Americans to engage, mobilize, and intercede on behalf of the mission of UEM (United Evangelical Mission-India), which is to take the Gospel to unreached people groups in India and other parts of Asia, show God's love by caring for abandoned children and destitute women, and plant churches by empowering Indian nationals to reach their neighbors, thereby transforming communities.

Our programs include residential and community-based day centers for impoverished children across India, a Christian school in Bangalore, vocational training programs for destitute women, and Community Transformations Centers which over a two-year period evangelize, plant churches, and provide economic development in villages and slums.  6.2 million people have heard the Gospel through CTCs over the past twenty-five years.
World Mission Prayer League http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/world-mission-prayer-league/a287.html Sun, 17 Jun 12 00:00:00 -0600 We are committed to the frontiers. We serve in the difficult places. Our people are the Lord’s hands, feet, and mouthpiece and they are giving the very best of what they have to offer so that the lost might become found. We have answered the call to serve long-term in:

  • Evangelistic Church Planting
  • Mass Media: Radio, TV, Drama
  • Bible Translation
  • Medical - Hospital - Clinic
  • Teaching ESL
  • MK Education
  • Anti-Human Trafficking
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Business as Mission
  • Engineering
  • Primary & Secondary Education
  • Administration
  • Agricultural Consultancy
  • Theological Education

Visit our website to view over 50 service opportunities at wmpl.org/serve-now.

Standing behind those who go are scores of congregations and over 6,000 individuals who have committed themselves to pray.  Start by becoming a ‘praying member’ yourself at wmpl.org/membership.

Get to know us and our guiding document at wmpl.org/handbook

New Hope Mission Society http://www.solapublishing.com/mission-partners/new-hope-mission-society/a294.html Sun, 17 Jun 12 00:00:00 -0600  
New Hope Mission Society currently supports the following missions:
  • Pastor K.K. Alavi, Southwest India
    Pastor K.K. is a converted Muslim and has a strong calling to tell Muslims about salvation through Jesus Christ.
  • Otten English School, Southwest India   
    This is a Government certified school that has over 1,200 students – Preschool to Gr. 12.  Only 6% of the students are Christian, but each day begins with Christian prayer and devotions.  Many Muslim students stay after school to learn more about Jesus Christ.
  • Pastor Titus, Nigeria, Africa
    Pastor Titus travels throughout Nigeria, starting and supporting Christian churches in Muslim villages.  He is fearless in his faith of Jesus Christ.
  • Frank Hutton, Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minnesota    
    Frank works with foreign University students, linking them up with fellow Christian students, holding noon meals, taking them on weekend retreats: always telling them about salvation through Jesus Christ.
Current officers of New Hope Mission Society are:  Dorothy Desens, President; Paul Knudson, Treasurer; Joann Yost, Secretary; Ian McDonald, Project Manager.]]>