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Kemptville Pentecostal Church is a mission-minded church, which means we have a vision to reach souls around the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our prayers, participation in short-term missions trips, and financial support of many missionaries make it possible for many people to hear the GOSPEL. Nothing is more important than that fact.
The KPC Missions Program is about an active partnership between us and our missionaries. We are a TEAM!
Each month, money given to missions is carefully kept separate from all other KPC finances. Since this is a “faith” budget, we, BY FAITH, ask God to give us an amount above our tithes for world-wide missions. As we activate our faith, God blesses us by supplying, and we in turn become a blessing to our missionaries.
Every Sunday we invite you to enjoy our Missions Cafe after service. Any donations given at the cafe go directly to supporting our missionaries.
Location: Romania - EURASIA
Ministry Focus: Jennifer and Raz, along with their three children, Jason, Asher, and Chloe, aim to help the neediest children in Romania - abandoned children and Roma children. They are working hard to rescue abandoned babies from living in institutions and placing them in loving forever families. Until this special family is found, the Iacob family takes the infants into their own home, ensuring that they are well cared for and not suffering from the effects of neglect they would experience in the state institutions. They are also working in a downtown slum that is home to a number of families that are squatting in abandoned storefronts and garages. The majority of the families are from the Roma (Gypsy) population.
Almost half of Romanians are at risk of poverty or social exclusion and the majority of the Roma population in Romania is caught in this cycle. Lack of education, resources, and support are some of the issues affecting this people group. As a result, there is an ongoing struggle within the community with abuse, drug, and alcohol use, begging, pick pocketing, and theft. Petty and major crimes, including child exploitation and human trafficking, are a problem. The Iacobs provide mentoring & counseling to at-risk mothers, school readiness programs, early education for at-risk children, medical and humanitarian aid, abuse and human trafficking prevention programs -- but at the core of everything they do is sharing about the hope of God and the power of His love.
Location: Slovakia, Central Europe - EURASIA
Transformational Impact: Our passion is to see next-generation leaders trained and empowered to become a church-planting movement in Slovakia and throughout Central Europe.
Ministry Focus: Our primary focus is on discipleship and leadership training at Gateway College, which is a ministerial training center for the Apostolic Church in Slovakia. The college plays a crucial role in transitioning this post-communist, post-Christian society from being largely unreached and unevangelized into an evangelizing, church-planting region.
Because of your partnership with us, we are able to equip and train passionate groups of next-generation leaders who are already making a difference in their communities. Paul directs and teaches in the Leadership Academy. Lynn preaches and teaches homiletics and hermeneutics: she has a unique opportunity to model what it means to be a woman in ministry in a context that has yet to accept women’s calling as pastors.
That the Holy Spirit would enable us to be effective in our ability to communicate in a country where English is such a minority language
Location: Barcelona, Spain - EURASIA
Ministry Focus: The issue: Spain, with 47 million people, is a fully post-Christian secular nation. Less than 1 million or 1% go to an evangelical church. Through community groups and businesses, we work to build relationships and create an opportunity for God to lead in transformation. (Matthew 5:14-16). Jesus made it clear that success is transformation over time. Post-Christian secular environments are hard and slow. It isn't a numbers game but rather a display of transformation in one's life.
Ministry History: Scott and Melissa served for 11 years in El Salvador with a global ministry called King's Castle. Their focus was on helping to reach children aged 4-14, with the gospel, then disciple and release them into ministry. It is incredible to see the fruit of that ministry as many of the children have grown older, and are serving around the world.
Pray for their work in Spain. Spiritually, Spain is a very tough country. Pray that Jesus will transform lives.
Stan is originally from British Columbia and Sandy grew up in Ottawa, Ont. They have two daughters who are married and live in the Vancouver area.
Stan and Sandy met in Saskatchewan and were married in 1986. Before beginning their overseas work, they lived in the First Nations community of Alert Bay on northern Vancouver Island. While pastoring a church there, Stan learned to speak the local Kwak’wala language and Sandy worked as a nurse.
After studying linguistics in North Dakota, they joined Wycliffe in 1997 and were assigned to Brazil. Stan and Sandy began to work assessing the languages, and they traveled to many villages in the Amazon researching the indigenous groups living there. As well as language assessment, Sandy worked as the director’s assistant for personnel. After four years, Stan finished his assessment of the languages of the country and was asked to become the language survey coordinator for the Americas. Still based in Brazil, this new job led him on assessment and training trips throughout Latin America. He also helped update the Ethnologue, a book with all the languages of the world. Sandy continued to work in the area of nursing and teaching missionary children.
In 2013, the Anonbys moved to the island of Borneo, in Malaysia. There Stan continued to assess the need for new translations in Southern Asia. He also worked on a doctorate in linguistics, focusing on the languages of Southeast Asia in general, and specifically on a community called Sebuyau. He traveled extensively teaching the Sustainable Use Model, a guide that helps plan translations together with community leaders.
The Anonbys are involved in assessing the languages of Indonesia. They are also looking at the impact of past Bible translations on the Church in various areas of the world. This information will help ensure that in the future, Wycliffe will continue to translate Bibles that will be used to further the kingdom of God. Stan also volunteers at a Wycliffe training centre called the Canada Institute of Linguistics, mentoring the next generation of translators.
The story of King of Kings Community began in August 1983. Originally from Canada, Wayne and Ann Hilsden, together with their two small sons, moved to Jerusalem to join fellow Canadians, Jim and Kathy Cantelon, in establishing a congregation.
A few years later, Jim and Kathy followed the Lord to new adventures and Wayne became the senior pastor. Their love for Israel, worship and building up others in ministry in the land is evident in all they do.
Wayne Hilsden sought the Lord for a fresh vision for the future. In the succeeding weeks and months, Wayne became convinced that King of Kings should be identified even more closely with the local, messianic Jewish Body in Jerusalem and Israel. In order to become a local Messianic congregation, a number of significant changes needed to take place. There would need to be: a greater emphasis on the Jewish/Old Testament roots of our faith; a worship-style more suited to Jewish-Israeli culture; an expression of our message of Yeshua (Jesus) in terms Israelis could relate to and understand; a commitment to stand alongside the nation of Israel through prayer and practical support; and, a deeper level of communication and cooperation with other Messianic communities in Israel and abroad.
To give expression to this desire, the original name “Jerusalem Christian Assembly” was changed to “King of Kings Assembly.” There was also a concerted effort to raise up Messianic believers to join the leadership team.
King of Kings Community is called to be a compelling, Messiah-centered, Spirit-empowered, disciple-making community revealing the true face of Yeshua (Jesus) to Israel and the nations.
Location: Ottawa, ON
We are called to come alongside people experiencing poverty and homelessness, demonstrate the message of Christ in deed and word, show compassion, build self-esteem and empower individuals through a strength-based approach.
We are a community working towards building a just society where people are valued, shown dignity and respect, and given the opportunity to attain a higher quality of life.
Ottawa Innercity Ministries is a Christian charitable organization. Our founding verse is Micah 6:8
“He has shown you, O mortal, what is good.
And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.”
Micah 6:8 influences OIM’s approach to ministry, as our team works to embody the “justice”, “mercy” and faithfulness it describes. As a Christian charitable organization, the faith of staff and volunteers shapes both how we choose to model our programs, the vocabulary we use each day, and the core values that shape our mission and vision.
As temperatures continue to dip, we are reminded of the bitterly cold winter that is before us. Stormy days are coming when, if given a choice, we wouldn't leave our toasty warm homes. Our street friends don't enjoy that luxury and regularly are outdoors without proper winter clothing. This is one of the most critical parts of our ministry--offering hope by providing a way to survive, in many cases, the rainy, stormy, blustery winter nights.
Whether you are a donor, volunteer, or are looking for a helping hand, we would love to hear from you!
Every little bit helps make a big difference
Sponsor a child for $41 a month.
ERDO (Emergency Relief & Development Overseas) is affiliated with PAOC and focuses on Crisis Response, Food Assistance, Child Sponsorship, and Community Development around the wrold.
Their Child Sponsorship program is called ChildCARE Plus (CPP). Through CCP, you can change the future of a child who has only known a life of poverty. For almost 40 years ERDO has been working to impact the next generation! Together we are giving children an education and caring for their basic needs. The big plus of ChildCARE Plus is how our local church partners and global workers share the love of Jesus with each child and their family.
The “Plus” in ChildCARE Plus represents an important part of a child’s life. When you sponsor a child, things like food, clean water, shelter, clothing and health care become available.
Watch this video to learn more: https://youtu.be/fMvzQxNjjGE
ChildCARE Plus (CCP) is the name of ERDO’s child sponsorship program. We have been operating CCP since 1992 and currently support over 8,200 children in 43 locations across 29 countries. ChildCARE Plus is run through global worker administrators and local staff who know every child in our program and work closely with their families.
ChildCARE Plus works with communities in the least developed countries in the world, which are facing rural and urban poverty. Currently we have 26 locations in Africa, 2 locations in Eurasia, 6 locations in Latin America, 8 locations in Asia and 1 location in a Restricted-Access Nation. Learn more about the countries where we work!
Your sponsorship provides needed essentials to a child living in poverty. First and foremost, your child will have access to quality education and be provided with necessary supplies such as a school uniform, textbooks and school supplies. In some locations, other items are provided like nutritious food, personal hygiene items, medical treatment and healthcare. Not only will you be supporting your sponsored child, but you’ll be giving to their family as well. Our ChildCARE Plus administrators working in your child’s community will ensure that your support is going directly to your sponsored child and their family!
ERDO guarantees that 84% of all child sponsorship funds go directly to the care of your sponsored child. The remaining portion is used for the administration of the program, processing gifts, and communications that encourage other Canadians to become sponsors.
Yes! You can always give to a specific ChildCARE Plus field, which will help the community as well as the sponsored children in the area, instead of to a specific child. If there is a country you have a heart for, please let us know! Also, you can always give a general gift to children, which will go toward one of our current child-focused programs.
If you would like to sponsor a child today, please use the button below. If you would like to receive correspondence in French, please search by Correspondence Language only. 1-800-779-7262