Together we are amplifying the local church mission for global change. Questions? Contact Denise Adair at email@example.com.
Our Global Partners
ALARM, African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries, is an African led and African based organization that focuses on equipping leaders with the skills and knowledge needed to truly transform their communities. Serving in many post and current conflict regions in central-eastern Africa, ALARM pours their efforts into training and transforming communities through servant leadership and the Christian message of forgiveness and reconciliation. ALARM’s programs are designed for grass roots church and community leaders, women, youth, government officials, teachers, military professionals and Christian professionals (lawyers, police and chaplains).
The strategy of Bridges of Hope is to develop long-term relationships with in-country ministry partners that are actively engaged in caring for the poor and marginalized in their country. We mobilize teams from the US to engage in projects through coordination with these organizations to significantly impact their communities through the provision of medical care, social outreach, homes and business development with micro-enterprise programs.
Missions Frontier is operated by missionaries Matt and Leslie Capehart in Chichicastenango, Guatemala. Chichicastenango is a rural mountain town where poverty, physical abuse and ceremonial witchcraft are common. Missions Frontier supports the local church through Kingdom business, short-term trips, education and community projects. The ministry owns a hotel and uses its profits to fund local programs like medical clinics, English camps, Christian-based schools, home construction and small businesses.
Center for Global Impact (CGI) offers hope and freedom by empowering the poor and protecting the vulnerable. They do this by creatively connecting financial and human resources with vocational training programs and humanitarian projects in Cambodia. Their ultimate desire is to open a door for the Gospel and to share the love of Jesus Christ.
Hands of Hope uniquely and deeply loves orphans at home and around the world. They believe the best place for any orphan is in a family so they do all they can to support adoption, including financial support for Indiana families. Knowing that not all orphans are adoptable but all can be cared for they partner with Children’s Homes both locally and internationally. Believing that God wants to use the church to care for orphans and vulnerable children in our community, Hands of Hope provides volunteer opportunities to love and serve foster care children and support foster care parents.
Hands of Hope seeks to serve their partner children’s homes through short-term mission trips where they build relationships and go deep with the children at the homes. Although the trips do planned activities with the children, the main purpose of the trips is to love and serve the children, while also encouraging the care givers.
In His Steps (IHS) is a Christian non-profit organization whose mission is to use innovative and specialized ministries to impact the lives of people for the glory of God, specifically with at risk children, juvenile offenders and their families, in the marginalized black community of Canton, Mississippi. IHS does this by providing safe, after-school and Saturday morning learning programs, weekly discipleship Bible studies, family support services for parents of juvenile offenders and a long-term preventive ministry for youth called SPASE. These programs provide vital spiritual and academic development for Canton youth and their families and young inmates. In His Steps has also provided short-term missions opportunities for the students of Merge, Senior High Ministry of Grace Church and four other churches and colleges for over 18 years. These trips focus on racial reconciliation and compassionate care for our students as well as the people of poverty-stricken Canton.
Mission to Ukraine operates several programs that evidence God’s involvement and interest in Ukraine, a country struggling to emerge from years of spiritual darkness. A crisis pregnancy center counsels women to choose life instead of abortion. The LifeSavers Program provides medical aid, supplies and spiritual support to each mother and child for a minimum of 18 months. A comprehensive program for the disabled offers physical, occupational and play therapy. This program also offers medical assistance and spiritual and academic mentoring.
Nairobi Chapel is a network of churches in Nairobi, Kenya focused on global church planting, evangelism, personal transformation and social justice. These churches engage in ministries including TULIP, a faith-based job skills program for young girls and JUBILEE, a small private Christ-centered school for high school students. Nairobi Chapel introduced Grace to strategic partnerships and has shaped our church in many ways, from how we do leadership development to church planting.
Get involved: nairobichapel.org
Nehemiah Vision Ministries (NVM) is an international organization focused on transforming the lives of Haitians through education, health and spiritual development. They do this by meeting basic needs and training young Haitians to become involved in rebuilding the foundation of Haiti. NVM currently is operating a Christian school for 300 local children, a medical clinic, an agricultural training and growing program, a church that is home to over 500 local villagers, and a basket/beadmaking/sewing class for local women.
New York City Relief exists to connect the poor, addicted and abandoned in metro New York to a path of help and hope. The organization achieves this by connecting the poor and homeless on the streets with community resources to meet their needs. Their primary outreach, The Relief Bus, consists of converted school buses that contain a food service unit and counseling/referral office that serve specific outreach locations in New York City and urban New Jersey.
ULICAF is a group of believers committed to healing Liberia from the destruction of a 14-year civil war. They hope to transform Liberia by responding to the Church’s critical needs—church planting, evangelism, education and the training of pastors and Christian leaders. ULICAF operates Liberia International Christian College to ensure Liberians have access to Christ-centered learning that will equip them to do the work of Christ in Liberia and throughout the world.
The following resources are for sponsors of approved Partners at Grace. If you have any questions, please contact Dana Huckstep at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317.848.2722.