WHEN: August 30 – September 3
WHERE: Matamoros, Mexico
WHAT: Construction Project – Replacing Roof on Foster Home
HOW MUCH: $750 - ($1,000 minus $250 FC Scholarship)
MINISTRY PARTNER: Matamoros Children’s Home - matamoroschildrenshome.org
Van Hardin // Missions Pastor
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Our Missions Partners…
MATAMOROS CHILDREN'S HOME
The Matamoros Children's Home in Matamoros, Mexico, has been caring for orphans since 1967. We partner with this organization and take yearly trips to be a part of what they are doing to care for children. Learn more by visiting matamoroschildrenshome.org.
THE HARD PLACES COMMUNITY
The Hard Places Community is an international group of like-minded friends whose mission is to see justice prevail, pain redeemed, hope reborn and life restored in the hearts of those the world deems the most broken. Learn more by visiting thehardplaces.org.
RED DOOR JACKSON
You can help make a major impact in the life of children in the Fondren community. Fondren Church partners with Red Door to help mentor and tutor children in the area. For more information, visit reddoorjackson.com.
WE WILL GO
We will go has a simple mission: love God, love people. This ministry is learning what that looks like by living it out day by day in downtown Jackson. Find out more about this ministry by visiting wewillgo.org.
Located in Marks, MS, Reclaimed Project is committed to equipping the change-makers in our state. They are doing this through academic support, community engagement, and partnering with the local church. If you want to know more, visit reclaimedproject.org/marks.
HISPANIOLA MOUNTAIN MINISTRIES
HMM works local churches in The Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Cuba. Their desire is to support and empower local churches to continue the expansion of the Kingdom of God to the ends of the earth. For more information you can check out their website, gohmm.org.
A group of local pastors starting meeting together in the winter of 2017 to dream about a multiethnic church conference, and this June will mark the second annual conference to be produced by this group. There is now a monthly gathering of pastors that have connected through Embrace that are keeping the momentum for this movement going. Visit embraceconference.info to learn more.