Beauty For Ashes – Alexandria, IN

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Beauty For Ashes provides housing for women 18 and over.  Women with children are welcome.  They offer counseling, classes and Bible studies.



Church Street Comons – Alexandria, IN

Three Crosses

Church Street Commons is a faith-based organization that performs mission work within the community by providing clothing through Heaven’s Wearhouse.  They also operate a tutor-mentor program in the Alexandria schools.  Contact Scott Owens for questions.



Damou Christian Mission – Haiti

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Tina Isenhower

Damou features a three-story school for children three years of age through high school.  There is also a bakery, goat program, baby feeding program for new mothers, the Village of Hope for elderly people and Vacation Bible School.

Tina Isenhower retired from teaching and training in Haiti after over 25 years.


International Ministries – Congo

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Glen and Rita Chapman

Our mission is to work alongside the Congolese at the Kikongo Pastoral Training School to help develop rural pastoral leadership.  We helped establish a portable lumber mill, do lots of audio-visual evangelism, health education, conservation, sports and recreation activities.



One Challenge International – South America

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Ric Escobar

Ric is the Director of South American Ministries Leadership Development for One Challenge International.  He assists OCI personnel in Latin America to maximize their potential to be effective in extending the Kingdom of God.



Tlapaneco Indian Ministries – Mexico

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Ruben Gaytan

Ruben, along with his wife Lety and children Eliseo and Sarita, serve the Tlapanec people.  The Tlapanec are an ethnic group indigenous to the Mexican state of Guerrero.  Ruben and Lety, along with the Tlapanec leaders, are involved in equipping and training Tlapaneco pastors and missionary workers, the ongoing work of the ministry in evangelism and church growth, and in translating the scriptures into the Tlapanec language and dialects.