African Enterprise (AE) is a Christian interdenominational, cross cultural ministry of evangelism, reconciliation, leadership training, and community development working with church leaders to mobilize their congregations in outreach to Africa’s cities. African Enterprise was founded in 1961 by South African, Michael Cassidy, with the express mission: “To evangelize the cities of Africa, through Word and deed, in partnership with the Church.”
African Enterprise leaders are African nationals that work with local church and parachurch leaders to mobilize congregations in outreach to African cities. AE's ultimate vision is to see an Africa of peace and justice through the spiritual renewal and transformed lives of thousands of people.
At times the Gospel is best received by ministering to neglected community needs such as AIDS, infant mortality, street children or polluted water. Where appropriate AE will help facilitate the start up and oversight of programs to address these needs with local churches and communities.
PO Box 727
Monrovia, CA 91017
Marion Medical Mission
Marion Medical Mission is an ecumenical, Christian, front-line, hands-on, volunteer, non-profit organization that responds to Christ's call to serve by working hand in hand with God's people in Africa. Marion Medical Mission shows the love of Christ through projects that directly impact the African people, stressing self-help and sustainability. The Shallow Well Project seeks to meet the most basic needs—clean water—through erecting wells and educating villagers so they can maintain the integrity of the well. They serve central Africa. Tom Logan is the President /Founder of Marion Medical Mission.
Marion Medical Mission
1412 Shawnee Drive
Marion, Illinois 62959
Journey Out gives women who have been victimized by street prostitution the opportunity to turn their lives around. Through an intensive and comprehensive program, the women face, cope with and then overcome the many obstacles that life has dealt them. Journey Out helps form new relationships, and helps women discover new skills and strengths.
In June 2009, the Mary Magdalene Project (now Journey Out) opened the first ever Drop In Center for working prostitutes in Southern California. This Drop In Center provides women with a safe place to talk with case managers about accessing supportive social services to get out of their lifestyle. It also provides hygiene products, free HIV testing, and counseling for women. A well-needed new chapter has begun in the history of Journey Out, a chapter committed to transforming lives.
P.O. Box 8396
Van Nuys, CA 91409
MBF has worked to provide hope and healing to those most in need. MBF supports healing ministries in more than 100 hospitals and clinics throughout the world. MBF provides crucial funds needed to give medical care to the needy. These funds also help build, maintain, and operate hospitals in some of the world's most impoverished nations and communities. MBF contributes to the fight against diseases of poverty, including HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and malnutrition. First Pres. helps support three different organizations (all in Malawi, Africa) through MBF: Ekwendeni Hospital, Embangweni Hospital, and Jody McGill Nursing School Scholarship Fund.
MBF works with its partners to fill cargo containers with surplus donations of medical supplies and equipment, which are then sent to a wide variety of desperate facilities around the world. MBF also works hard to insure these supplies arrive in safe hands and are put to good use to help those in need.
Medical Benevolence Foundation
3100 S. Gessner, Ste 210
Houston, Texas 77063
Mission Hope is a not-for-profit Christian ministry that targets remote river basins. Our goal is to serve with people who live in these river basins and those we serve determine our projects. We ask them what makes up their greatest challenges and covenant with them to meet and overcome those challenges together ROW emphasizes that it is their country, their village, their culture, but our problem. Our goal is to serve in an atmosphere of mutual concern and respect.
ROW projects run the gamut of human, physical and spiritual needs. Academics, research, education and medical/dental concerns go hand in hand with church planting, construction, evangelism and Bible distribution.
Our goal is to serve; realizing that it is their country, their people, their village, but our problem. We will never do for others what they can do for themselves, but will work in a partnership based upon mutual love, grace, and respect.
6625 Hwy. 53 East #410
Dawsonville, Ga. 30534
World Impact is a Christian mission organization dedicated to ministering God's love in the inner cities of America. Its purpose is to honor and glorify God and delight in Him in the inner cities by knowing God and making Him known. World Impact ministers cross-culturally to people unreached by the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism, follow-up, discipleship and indigenous church-planting. World Impact empowers urban disciples; training leadership for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.
2001 South Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90007-1279
Arizona Reservation Ministries works with the San Carlos Apache Housing Authority to construct homes for the homeless of the reservation. They also develop relationships with and minister to the Apache through Bible Studies and V.B.S.-style gatherings on a converted school bus at the various villages on the reservation.Reverend Dale and Diana Lawerence are the founders of A.R.M. on the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Globe, Arizona.
Arizona Reservation Ministries
8435 South Six Shooter Canyon Road
Globe, AZ 85501
(928) 425-3173 (fax)
Ministry of Hope was established in 1999 by a young Malawian named Fletcher Matandika as a Christian response to the overwhelming number of orphans in Malawi due to AIDS/HIV. They now have a widows program, feeding centers, crisis nurseries, education support and evangelism and discipleship. John Mandere is the current Executive Director.
Ministry of Hope
P.O. Box 1462
Black Mountain, N.C. 28711
University of Livingstonia College of Theology, Malawi
University of Livingstonia College of Theology, Malawi, seeks to educate and inspire students to become principal leaders who will transform society for the glory of God, striving for excellence in teaching, research, and a nurturing learning environment.
University of Livingstonia Foundation
555 NE Jefferson Avenue
Chehalis, WA 98532, USA
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at California State University, Northridge
The purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture and God’s purposes in the world. Justin Ge and Sarina Wang leads InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at California State University, Northridge California.