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Other Helpful Ministries

We believe that we are a part of a glorious kingdom, a part of one body. We fill a special role and know that there are many other agencies and resources necessary to promote the gospel and support many other needs. It is only by working together that we are able help as we have been called to. Here, you will find links to those that we recommend.

Shepherd's Refuge

Serving Those Who Serve in Ministry
Shepherd's Refuge is a non-denominational, non-profit ministry dedicated to serving the needs of Vocational/Bi-Vocational Chrsitian Pastors, full-time Church staff in leadership positions, full-time Chrsitian ministry staff in a leadership position, and Missionaries.


Serving persecuted Christians worldwide. Open Doors USA is a community of Christians who come together to support persecuted believers in more than 60 countries. We are a 501c3, non-profit organization with more than 60 years of experience and a long track record of financial integrity.

White Fields Missions

We are Allen and Vicky Skelton. Our mission is to reach nations by building their leaders, touching their people, providing houses of worship and by developing kingdom people who have a heart for missions. White Fields works in Honduras and beyond, striving to make a difference in lives through pastoral and leadership training, medical team clinics, group mission trips and more. We minister to the widows and orphans, aid in the construction of churches and houses in needy areas, and teach the Bible, English and computer skills to children and youth.

Christian Friends Connexion

Christian Friends Connexion is a not for profit corporation under the oversight of God's Way Ministries and exists to consult with churches in need of help to overcome obstacles to take better advantage of opportunities. Additionally, we have started to emphasize ministries to the 50 plus generations, including major musical events called "A Time to Remember", a weekly radio program entitled "Worth Remembering" and both the challenge and assistance for the upper generations to continue in meaningful missions and ministries.

CareGivers Forum

CareGivers Forum is an annual gathering of people from across the United States and elsewhere who are involved in the ministry of caring for professional Christian workers and their families. The Forum provides opportunity for personal relationships, professional networking, and shared learning.


Global Frontier Missions is a non-profit organization striving to put the Gospel of Jesus Christ within reach of every people group on Earth. This young couple started an indigenous Bible school to equip local leaders in evangelism, discipleship, and church planting among their own peoples.

Rahab's Rope

We believe nothing happens in our lives by chance and timing is God-appointed. As God was opening my eyes to the women in crisis in India, I was also taking an Old Testament Bible class and was studying the story of Rahab the prostitute found in the book of Joshua. The rope in the story represents Rahab's rescue both physically and spiritually, and there is a high probability that Rahab made the rope herself. Our hope is that, just as the rope that Rahab made represents her rescue, the skills taught to the women at our women's centers will represent their physical and spiritual rescue as well. It seemed fitting for Rahab's Rope to be our name.


MSS supports missionaries, mission organizations and sending organizations on four continents. Our missionary partners' primary purpose is to follow the biblical pattern of leading others to Christ, Christian discipleship, church planting and church building. MSS also supports missionaries leading bible translation, medical and educational missions, and self-sustaining business development, as long as these activities help to advance the Christian faith.


We exist to see disciples of Jesus from every people group.

We are a community that believes the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the single most significant event in the history of the world. But over 3 billion people have little to no access to this gospel. That’s 42% of the entire world’s population.

This reality fuels our mission to empower the next generation of missionaries to tell the story of Jesus in places it is not yet told.

We believe that God has been working throughout history to gather worshippers from all nations. Because of that, we take seriously the opportunity to be part of the Church’s Commission to make disciples of every people group.

We know that one day there will be worshippers of Jesus from every tribe, tongue, and nation. Until that day comes, we are committed to mobilizing the next generation of missionaries to the least reached peoples of the world.


Crisis Response International, or CRI, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We train and deploy volunteers from communities, churches and other independent organizations for the purpose of responding to disasters and compassion initiatives around the world.

CRI provides a framework for responding to disaster situations. We deliver resources to areas that would otherwise be off-limits to volunteers. Our specialized training avoids what the government calls “the second disaster” which refers to the chaos that often ensues when unplanned resources and untrained volunteers arrive on the scene.

We are able to also integrate with local, state, and federal response efforts when needed. We manage operations, resources and personnel on the ground in order to provide relief and services that assist victims of disaster and crisis. Volunteering with CRI requires the individual or group to take CRI training.