This project seeks to raise $4,400 to provide scholarships for travel, room, meals and training materials for the Christian leaders from various African countries to attend the 10-day training of conflict transformation trainers in Ibadan, Nigeria in West
This project seeks to raise $6,390 to purchase construction materials to complete the Hay Vida en Jesus church in Temuco, Chile by the end of May 2014.
This project seeks to raise $25,590 in the next 2 and a ½ years to provide library facilities for 30-40 students and staff at the Gethsemane Bible School on the Thai/Burma border.
This project seeks to raise $1,700 in the next year to purchase 17 bicycles for the Kikongo Pastoral School in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This project seeks to raise $5,500 over the next year to provide tablet computers, memory cards and scholarships for the School of Leadership in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
This project seeks to raise $3,000 for 1,500-2,000 youth to attend bible camp.
This project seeks to raise $ 5,000 every year for the training of dozens of missionaries within and outside of India.
This project seeks to raise $2,750 in the next year for meeting expenses and materials.
This project seeks to raise $2,200 in the next two years to purchase and produce appropriate literature for new readers in Bangladesh.
This project seeks to raise $25,000 for the construction of the second wing of the women’s dorm at the North Haiti Christian University.
This project seeks to raise $9,200 to cover the cost of visiting the women in the ten districts in order to hold leadership training rallies.
The total goal of this project is $50,000 which provides leadership development grants for up to 25 international students.
A gift of $250 will provide one semester of study at the Mexicali Baptist Seminary for one student.
This project seeks to raise $4,210 to cover the cost of one year of study for one student at the Universidad Biblica Latinoamericana in San Jose, Costa Rica.
This project seeks to raise $2,000 to provide training to 30 pastor's wives at the Women's School of Kikongo.