Go therefore and make disciples of all nations
First Christian Carmi supports many local & international mission efforts with a percentage of our overall giving. Each one is listed on this page, and we encourage you to join us in prayer for each one. Should you feel led to donate, you can designate a gift to our mission fund below. If you'd like to donate to a specific mission, click on the logo of your desired mission below and it will take you to their specific website where you can donate directly.
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ARM Ministries is a sending organization, partnering strongly with local churches, particularly suited to provide support for workers with a clear sense of ministry vision. We support both US and international workers. We also provided consulting services for churches seeking to mobilize more workers.
In 1997, the Lord placed a burning desire within the hearts of C. Y. and Patricia Kim to evangelize and meet the physical needs of people living in the communist countries of Asia. Through God’s amazing grace and guidance, He has expanded those opportunities and Christ Reaching Asia Mission (CRAM) Worldwide now shares through benevolent works in China, North and South Korea, Cambodia, and the Philippines. Established in 1998, CRAM is an active accredited member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, ensuring our supporters that we follow the highest standards of accountability.
Eastern Dominican Christian Mission (EDCM) exists to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ by making disciples and forming those disciples into congregations. Since the founding of the mission in 2003, EDCM has had a goal of planting churches in the eastern part of the Dominican Republic and helping lead those churches to self-sufficiency. This goal is accomplished primarily by two words: Equip and Empower.
First Christian sets aside funds to assist any family within the church that is interested in adoption or fostering.
A portion of mission funds are designated to assist our student ministry to participate in missionary efforts, usually in the form of mission trips.
Johnson University exists to educate students for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations framed by the Great Commission in order to extend the kingdom of God among all nations.
Niños de México is a non-profit mission organization directly supported by churches and individuals throughout the United States. Niños de México operates eight children’s homes in the Mexico City area and the city of Cholula, Puebla. Each home is designed to function as a family. With Christian house parents, their kids, and 11-15 children. Niños’ homes are truly loving and caring places for the children to grow and learn the love of Jesus.
Oil Belt Christian Service Camp is a religious organization that was started in 1946 with a few tents and a desire to impact young people for Jesus Christ. The board of directors are comprised of people from the area's Christian Church / Church of Christ Congregations. We are affiliated with the Restoration Movement, in following the directives from God in the New Testament for His people, the Church.
Pioneer Bible Translators bridges the gap between the church and the Bibleless peoples around the world. Our team is composed of Bible translators, literacy evangelists, church planters and a variety of support personnel working to see transformed lives through God’s Word in every language. We are serving 48 million people in 101 language projects in 24 countries.
In 2003, Rapha International began an aftercare program for children who had been rescued from slavery and sexual exploitation. After more than a decade of growth, Rapha International is now an international aftercare program which has won the favor of the governments in the countries in which it works.
As a faith-based, not-for-profit, Christian Horizons’ mission has always been to honor God by delivering a continuum of care. Today, our mission continues in a new context. Across Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Missouri, our nurses, nursing assistants, associates and staff are working tirelessly and purposefully to keep our residents secure and comfortable and to ensure that our communities remain sources of friendship, support, inspiration and Christian values.