Abundant Life International Ministries, Inc. of Bishop, WV was established in 2001 by Pastors Wayne and Kathy Osborne to serve, love and minister to the people of this severely poverty stricken area.
The Chapel has been working with Abundant Life Mission Church to provide food, toys, clothing, and other needed items to the people of Gary. Approximately 400 people are fed each month. The Chapel also sends teams of people to Gary to help with various projects. Most importantly, we want to provide hope through the Lord Jesus Christ.
The mission of Asian Partners International, Inc. is to foster Church Planting Movements (CPM) among Unreached People Groups (UPG) in restricted and limited access countries. We are committed to the call of Christ to MAKE DISCIPLES of all nations...and focus specifically on those that are unreached and unengaged. It is God's desire that all people may have the opportunity to hear the Good News of the Gospel.
Care Net Pregnancy Resources of Warren County cares about your health. And because we do not perform abortions or arrange adoptions, we have no financial interest in your decision. You deserve to make an informed decision. Call us today. Our services are available regardless of income, race or religion.
The Walter Hoving Home is a residential spiritually-based home. We are a non-profit organization serving women ages 18 and over who have been involved in drug addiction, alcoholism, prostitution and other life-controlling problems. The 6 or 12 month program is geared to rebuilding broken lives in an atmosphere of warmth, trust, support and love.
The mission and vision of Outreach to Asia Nationals is to serve, train, equip, and empower national Christians in Asia to plant and develop evangelistic, disciple-making, and reproducing churches among least-reached and unreached people groups.
At OTAN, we believe that training nationals to reach nationals is the most effective method of bringing the Gospel to the "uttermost" parts of Asia. It is also the method modeled by the apostle Paul in the Book of Acts as he traveled from city to city and country to country training the nationals to do God's work. Rather than creating a culture of dependency on churches in the United States, OTAN strives to empower local Asian churches to flourish and grow in faith, knowledge, and maturity.
On September 10th 2011, dozens of spectators stood on the curb as Pastor Eric Hoke cut the ribbon to open The Vault Youth Center. With the support of many faithful benefactors and volunteers, The Vault is now in full swing and is a one of a kind place for teenagers to hang out, do homework, play games, learn, grow and develop into the person they are called to be.