Organizations in Which Messiah Missions Approves
Messiah Missions esteems the following reputable organizations either financially or through volunteer work or in partnership, although due to relocating, do not presently work hands-on. All of these groups share a common objective – working to serve the most deprived brothers and sisters both domestically and internationally. Our objective is to assist these groups with their initiatives by continued support as our resources are enabled.
Local Outreach Initiatives
Meet Me Under the Bridge provides various means to feed the hungry (homeless) and assist them physically, mentally, spiritually as to empower people at risk to achieve a healthy and self-sufficient life with spiritual wholeness. They do this by helping those who want to re-enter the working society, providing for them a chance to change their lives. There efforts are to free the destitute from the streets, by encouraging them with hope, trust, and love. Messiah Missions is not directly involved anymore due to relocating, but esteems this outreach.
Good News Mission works to rebuild broken lives of men in search of food and shelter; however, their ultimate purpose is to proclaim the Gospel and establish them in independent Christian living. Each day Good News Mission staff and volunteers minister to clients through mandatory evening chapel services, group and individual Bible studies and addiction counseling sessions. Known as the “working man’s mission” everyone who is able must work. Messiah Missions had supported this outreach, but due to relocating, support them in prayers.
Wheeler Mission Ministries is a non-denominational, Christian, social services organization, which provides critically needed goods and services to the homeless, poor, and needy of central Indiana without regard to race, color, creed, national origin or religion. Wheeler is not a church, but does cooperate with many different churches that are concerned about poverty and homelessness in the inner city. Messiah Missions had been financially supporting this ministry over the years through the director, and encourages local citizens to help as well.
The Julian Center has been supporting women who are the victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crisis events. Their mission is to provide the services victims need to recover and build a life absent of abuse – including counseling, safe shelter, case management, advocacy, education, transitional housing, and affordable housing. Their programs and services are designed to contribute to a significant reduction in the incidence of domestic violence. Messiah Missions has contributed to this support center through various donations.
Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, reaches thousands of people who need assistance. They include the working poor, the unemployed, single parents and the elderly. They are the homeless, the disabled, the mentally ill. They are battered women, victims of disaster and helpless children. They are families, friends and neighbors throughout Indiana. Gleaners Food Bank solicit, store and distribute food and critical grocery products to qualifying agencies who serve the public directly. Messiah Missions has supported with funds for food pantries providers.
Gennesaret Free Clinics provide comprehensive services that include, medical, dental, early detection for breast & cervical cancer, vision care, and respite care for homeless men. Staffed by Doctors, Dentists and Nurses they provide physical assistance through three different locations, and provide recovery apartment for homeless people who have nowhere to go following surgery. There Mobile Care Unit provides mobile treatment as well as needed pharmaceuticals. Messiah Missions supports the ideals of this organization.
The Lockman Foundation is a nonprofit, interdenominational ministry dedicated to the translation, publication, and distribution of the New American Standard Bible, Amplified Bible, La Biblia de las Américas, Nueva Biblia Latinoamericana de Hoy, and other Biblical resources. The primary purpose of The Lockman Foundation is to foster and promote Christian charitable and educational enterprises through the distribution of the Scriptures. Messiah Missions has worked with them in the past, distributing provided NASB resources.
Feed The Children aims at providing hope and resources for those without life’s essentials. Its core values are Christian values, integrity, resourcefulness, stewardship, amd transparency. Feed The Children is an international, nonprofit relief organization that delivers food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to individuals, children and families who lack these essentials due to famine, war, poverty or natural disasters. Messiah Missions has donated to this organization over the years, and looks to partners to join us.
The American Red Cross is the nation’s premier emergency response organization. As part of a worldwide movement that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war, the American Red Cross distinguishes itself by also aiding victims of devastating natural disasters. Over the years, the organization has expanded its services to include community services; support for military members and their families; the collection of lifesaving blood; and educational programs. Messiah Missions continues to financially support the Red Cross.
OneCry is a movement of believers who are urgently crying out to God to revive the church and transform the culture. It isn’t an organization, program, or event. It’s a movement of like-minded people, churches, and organizations who agree that our nation needs a dramatic turnaround. It’s a cry to God for spiritual transformation of our hearts, homes, and communities. We believe that extraordinary things will happen as we turn from sin and seek God together! Messiah Missions supports and is proactive in this divine initiative, we invite you too!