Global Bridging Opportunities
Faithbridge sends missions teams around the world, and has established sustaining relationships with our Global Mission Partners.
Hope for Honduras:
Hope for Honduras was established in 1999 after Hurricane Mitch devastated the countryside. Many people left the coastal areas for the cities, looking for work and places to live, 300 settled on Mogote outside Tegucigalpa. H4H began ministering to their physical needs as well as their need for a relationship with Jesus Christ. Today there are more than 60,000 people on the mountain that benefit from the ministries of Hope for Honduras.
Mission teams get to be the hands and feet of Jesus serving the community. Activities include a daily feeding program, house construction and dedication, children’s and youth Bible classes, helping in the clinic, preparing food for distribution, youth soccer league, and working with the children in the bilingual school.
Living Water International:
Each year, Living Water International partners with many mission groups from North America to make generational change through the gift of clean water and through the grace of the living water that is Jesus Christ.
The objectives of the trips are to drill new water wells or repair several wells, teach hygiene, encourage villagers (primarily women and children), and work with God in a way that is totally different from what you experience in the United States. The trip is not only about bringing clean water and the Gospel, but also forming relationships with the people in the village, the in-country mission partner staff, and the team.
Southeast Asia Mission:
Our partner in India, provides leadership training, church planting, and compassion ministries to spread the Gospel throughout South Asia. The ministry serves children living in poverty and despair through Compassion Ministries. Food, shelter, clothing, and education are provided to orphaned and vulnerable children.
Faithbridge assists in several areas of ministry while in India. We collaborate with ILI (International Leadership Institute) to empower local church leaders to better execute the ministry for under-resourced areas, teach at ILI’s women conference, and provide Vacation Bible School.
Hands & Feet Honduras:
The mission of Hands and Feet Honduras is to help the people of the Aguan River Valley in Northern Honduras by being the hands and feet of Christ, both physically and spiritually. They want to see these people come to know and love the Lord and to be a physical manifestation and an answer to their prayers. They also want to assist them in becoming a sustainable village where Christ is the center and the people there can radiate the love of Jesus out from this village to areas in the Aguan River Valley and all of Honduras.
Greater Europe Mission:
Europe knows all about religion, but the knowledge and experience keep most from discovering a life-changing relationship with Jesus. Europe needs a new wave of people following Jesus in such a way that others are drawn to do the same. Europe influences the world’s economics, education, politics, philosophies and culture. Imagine what would happen if Europe’s influence could be harnessed to extend God’s Kingdom into the world.
Faithbridge sends mission teams to support three ministry partners in France: Charles and Amy Cross, Michael Juvee (church plant in Chantilly), and Beth Kreuger (missionary in Paris for CRU)
Restoration Atlanta (RATL):
Restoration ATL was created to help redefine local missions in the city. The leaders of RATL (pronounce rattle--as in Ez 37:7) had a desire to create an environment where “being with” was valued over doing for--which in turn would lead to transformation for all. The mission of RATL is to create urban ministry environments that foster God’s restoration, building the Kingdom within and through His children.
The mission trip is an urban immersion experience. Through Restoration Atlanta (RATL) teams share stories, meals, devotions, crafts and free time with the residents and their children. True restoration comes for all involved.
OM Ships International:
OM Ships International is the organization behind Logos Hope, a 12,500 ton ocean vessel that serves to bring knowledge, help and hope to the people of the world. They supply vital literature resources, encourage cross-cultural understanding, train young people for more effective life and service, provide needed relief, and share God’s message of hope whenever possible.
In Florence, South Carolina, OM Ships has a Ministry Center where pallets and boxes of literature resources are sorted, repacked and made ready to send to the OM ship. Mission teams will sort materials and are invited to pray over them before they are sent to the ship.