United States

Benedict House

Benedict House is an innovative program that provides emergency shelter and transitional housing with supportive services for single homeless men and homeless men with children.

Location: Washington

Website: www.benedicthouse.com

Children of the Nations

Changing generations by partnering with villages and impacting children through a child sponsorship program. COTN is a dynamic organization touching many countries.

Location: Washington & Worldwide

Website: www.cotni.org

Coffee Oasis

The Coffee Oasis is a faith-based, non-profit organization that consists of two things: coffee shop businesses, and programs for homeless, street-oriented youth.

Location: Washington

Website: www.thecoffeeoasis.com

Kitsap Community Resources

Our mission is to create hope and opportunity for low-income Kitsap County residents by providing resources that promote self-sufficiency. Our goal is to provide stability and opportunity for those in unfortunate circumstances such as poverty, domestic violence, debilitating health, or homelessness.

Location: Washington

Website: www.kcr.org

Ministry Training International

Pastor David Grisanti has been abroad training pastors from numerous countries including India, Nepal, Peru, and more. MTI is the vision of a way to progress the gospel through training and support around the world.

Location: Washington

Website: www.ministrytraininginternational.org

Central Asia

Alex R. (OC International)

Quite a few years ago now, when I lived far from home, my mom sent me a care package. In it was a small plaque that had this quote on it. I still have it and though it is packed away somewhere (in my attempts to downsize in preparation for leaving… someday), I was reminded of it the other day. I thought of it as I have experienced some incredible moments in the past few months. Nothing can prepare you for the moments that define your life and give you glimpses into what He’s molding you into.

Most of you have traveled with me down this long road to serving in Afghanistan. In December, I encountered a curve in the road I did not see coming! As you may remember, I began working with Afghan refugees last summer which was such a life giving blessing while I waited. With the mounting insurgency and uncertainty that holds Afghanistan captive, the doors slowly closed for my heart’s desire to serve in the country I hold so dear. And yet in the grief of my loss, He was faithful to bring light to my darkness. The very next day, I was asked me to be the Colorado Director for a new Afghan refugee project right here in Colorado Springs!

I have estimated that there are about 30 Afghan families living in the Springs. Currently, I work with about ten of them, and am very close to five of the families. Three of the ladies speak English and I have been able to pour into them as I teach them to live life in America. There are roughly 500 Afghan families across the Front Range and thousands more that have settled in major cities across the US. The model of my little project has the potential to go beyond Colorado Springs. God has truly brought the nations to us and He has opened up so many opportunities for His love to spread in our own backyards.

I’ve dedicated a year to building this project, but am open to the possibility this may be what He had planned for me all along. I wake up every morning and can’t believe that I am able to do this work! Every time that I am with my Afghans, He gives me moments. Moments that are precious to me. Moments that show me that this hard work is worth it. Moments He has orchestrated and allowed me to be a part of. Moments that are beyond my understanding. Moments that may be eternal. So thank you for your generous prayers and support that allow me to be a part of these moments.

My work with the refugees still operates on financial support raised just as if I were on the field. If you would like to give one time or even monthly, you can go to onechallenge.org/give for more information and payment options.

Because of Him,

Email: alexr@worksmail.net

Website: www.onechallenge.org

Donate online OR send checks (designated for Alex R.) to:
OC International Attn: Donor Accounting

PO Box 36900 Colorado Springs, CO 80936


Kristy Haines (YWAM)

Kristy has been serving with YWAM since 1977. Her vision for ministry is to create, through community, a nurturing environment that will inspire and encourage this current generation of young people to embrace their destiny in fulling the Great Commission.

YWAM Website: https://ywamderby.org/

Kristy's webpage: https://kristyhaines.ywamderby.org/

Email: kristyintheuk@yahoo.com

Address: Kristy Haines
Overdale House96 Witaker Road
Derby, DE23 6AP

To support her financially send a check made out to:
YWAM (please do not put her name anywhere on this check)
Include a post-it note: for Karen Kristy Haines.
YWAM, PO Box 3000, Garden Valley, TX 75771-3000


Send a check made out to Karen Kristy Haines to:
C. Llewellyn, 2102 E. Highlands, Bremerton, WA 98310


Her PayPal account at: kristyintheuk@yahoo.com



India is a country with over one billion people with different cultures, languages and races. India stands apart from other countries in its diversity. God gave me a burden and vision to reach my country, especially North India with the gospel of Lord Jesus Christ. In North India, Christians are less than one percent and hundreds of villages have never heard the name of Jesus. Out of the 4% percent Christians in India, about 70% of them live in South India. Although, India’s economy is growing more than 8% per year it is limited to less than 30% percent of the population. Still about 700 million people live with less than 2 Dollars per day. So we want to train more missionaries in different language in North India and plant churches. We want to reach hundreds of children for the Lord.

If you would like to support a missionary, sponsor a child, sponsor a project, or volunteer time for Harvest Mission, please go to the website for more information.

Newsletter: 2019 July Newsletter
Website: http://www.harvestmission.org
Director: Dr. Varghese Mathew (Saji)


Nepal Orphanage

After the massive earthquake that devastated Kathmandu and much of the surrounding area the people of Nepal are walking the long road to recovery. City Chapel of Bremerton supports an orphanage in Katmandu that lost their building in the devastating event. Yet through prayers, donations, and other assistance the orphanage is constructing a new building. We have a few pictures of the construction site below. Please keep the Kathmandu orphanage in your prayers.


Bible College Hanoi

We've recently been able to be apart of a Bible College established in Northern Vietnam. The Bible College of Hanoi has been set up for intensive training for pastors in Vietnam. The pastors are there at the school for a few weeks out of the year and then are sent back into their communities to teach, encourage, and share the gospel. This program for each pastor runs for about two to three years.

If you are interested in knowing more about the school and how you might be able to support it or the pastors, please contact our Church office for more information.

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