At Liberty we believe that the Gospel should be shared with all who are willing to hear. We strive to share Jesus wherever we are; but we cannot go everywhere. Therefore, we believe in supporting missions that are able to share personally where we are not. Listed here are missions we believe are sharing the Gospel of Jesus and proudly support them with our finances, prayers, and other opportunities to help.

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Ap Ma Outreach


Jesse and Karie Pryor (Karie is the daughter of our own Richard and Tamara Peck) are the missionaries to the Ap Ma people in the Angoram district of the East Sepik Province in Papua New Guinea. They went to PNG in February of 2004 to supplement a work begun by Jesse's parents, John and Bonita Pryor, who have served the people faithfully in this area for 26 years, working to translate the New Testament to the Ap Ma language.
Though the translation work continues, Jesse and Karie have come to aid in the area of literacy training and church growth. They are currently working on construction projects to give the people a church/literacy center and classroom space. They are also working within the church to strengthen programs that were struggling, such as the women's study group and the Sunday school program.

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Central Japan Christian Mission


Tim and Lisa Turner have been ministering in Japan since 1989. They went to Japan in September of 1989 to help with a struggling church in the city of Machida, a suburb of the largest city in Japan, Tokyo. Through the years they have helped lead the church with a handful of leaders and workers. The goal is to have all Japanese leadership including a Japanese minister. Tim teaches and preaches in Japan and continues to lead the church in Machida City.

Central Japan Christian Mission has been ministering in Japan since 1958 when Paul and Kathleen Pratt arrived in Japan to begin their missionary service. The Pratt's founded the Sannobara Church of Christ in Isehara City in 1965. Since then, CJCM has been involved in the start and support of 3 other churches including the Machida Church of Christ where Tim and Lisa are located.

CJCM and the Turners are involved in various ministries in Japan including the following:
1.  Church Planting We believe that the church is the foundation through which God builds His Kingdom and want to plant vibrant and indigenous churches in the Tokyo area.
2.  Leadership Training We believe that it is important to have Japanese leaders in the church and want to train and equip young people in the churches to become the next leaders of the Japanese church.
3.  Bible Studies We want to establish small group Bible studies to help the Japanese grow in their faith and to make the Bible the foundation of their lives so that they can be contagious Christians in their own land.
4.  Family Ministry We are focusing on reaching out to young families of Japan as many of them are struggling with marriage, parenting, and child rearing.
5.  Children’s Ministry We want to reach out to children who will grow up in the church and who can be a part of the next generation of Christian leaders in Japan.
6.  Camp Ministry We are involved with and support the Shinshu Bible Camp, a Christian Church supported Bible camp in Nagano Prefecture.
Latest Newsletter:
Central Japan Christian Mission 61 Oak Grove Road, Temple, GA 30179

Churches in Mission


City Light Ministries

This mission is in Indianapolis.
Our missionary is Rick Hall, who was a youth minister at Liberty from July 1981 to October 1984. 
Contact Rick Hall, Director, at citylightindy@aol.com. 
December 4, 2020
2020- A Look Back...

1)  When 2020 started for CLM, we were on a deadline to have Miss Debra's house ready for section 8 inspection on the 22nd of January. When the inspector came, everything we had been asked to do inside and outside the house was done.
When the inspection was over, we were given a list of things to fix in the basement and crawl space that wasn't on CLM's original list of “Things to Rehab.” We were given another month to bring the basement up to Section 8 code... everything from electrical, plumbing, new steps, building a new wall, mold removal, insulation, etc.

2)  Following the “Passing the of the Section 8 Inspection” with flying colors at the end of February, I went out to Iowa for
10 days to help out with my 90 year-old Mom and make daily visits with Dad at the nursing home across the pond from “The Home Place” -  My dad had donated the land for this to be built back in 1974.
With the mention of LV, I want to back track a bit.  Back in February, LV (CLM Alum) kept the promise that he had made to his dad when his daddy had come out of prison 5 years before, at the age of 70. When he got out of prison, Mr. King was dying a slow death from kidney failure! It was then that LV made the promise, “that he would be there for his dad, including being there for him when he died.” Most of LV's life, his dad was incarcerated or on the streets...he wasn't there for his son! But when Mr. King came out of prison for the last time, 5 years ago, LV took his daddy in. About 3 years ago, when LV moved into the Ministry House to help out with a couple of guys that had come out of prison, he also brought his dad. His dad told me that the Ministry House was the nicest place he had ever lived in. Best part of this story: LV's dad was led to Christ by his son loving him unconditionally. Whenever I'd visit the ministry house, Mr. King would be watching Christian TV or the Western Channel. The last few months of life, Mr. King was in hospice at the nursing home and  the evening he was near death, I got the call from LV... that it wouldn't be long and he wanted me there with him. When I got to the nursing home, his daddy's bed had been lowered to the floor and LV hadn't gotten back from a quick bite to eat. I talked and prayed with Mr. King and told him his son would be back soon and then I began to sing hymns and worship. After a few hymns I decided to text LV and let him know the time was getting close... as I turned to use my phone, LV was sitting in a chair behind me. I asked him how long he had been there and he said, “since How Great Thou Art.” He came down and joined me and visited with his dad and as the breathing became more labored, LV prayed with his dad. At the end of the prayer, I leaned right into Mr. King's left ear and said, “This is my 90 year-old daddy's favorite song, Heaven Came Down and Glory Filled My Soul, page 96 in the Favorite Hymns of Praise song book.” I began to sing the chorus and while I was singing the line: "When at the cross my Savior made me whole; my sins were washed away and my night was turned to day..."  Mr. King took the Hand of Jesus and quietly crossed over. LV went and got the nurses and all three ofthem were in tears as they said, “this shouldn't have happened... he should have struggled and been in a lot more pain.” I told them we had been worshiping and singing old hymns and I told them the line I was singing when Mr. King died. Needless to say, that night, “marked LV and I” and a week or so later, before I spoke at his daddy's funeral, LV shared their story “That a Promise is a Promise” and that he was there for his daddy like he “Promised” he would be.  Little did we know, at the time, how God would use their story, in the months of July and August, to encourage others, as the Lord brought me clear meaning to Ecclesiastes 7:2... “Better to go to a funeral than to a party.

3)  Got back home to Indiana about the time “The Shelter at Home” order was given and all three of my doctors let me know that I was a “High Risk” and to stay at home... don't even go to the store or to get gas... be safe! I did... I was...

4)  What “to do” when you “can't do” anymore? Years ago, a Missionary Church pastor left the Fort Wayne area and moved his family to New York City to minister. I remember him sharing that he had to have a “paradigm shift” in the way he did ministry (as he had no church building or office to go to.)  He said, he had to be pretty much daily depend on God to put his schedule together and that each morning he would pray and ask God to give him the names of three people to pray for that morning!  He said, after that, he would ask the Lord how to contact them:  1. Text them 2. E-mail them 3. Call them; or
4. Make contact in person...  He said that most days he was pretty much covered up by ministering to those 3 people and/or the few that would contact him. It didn't take me long, during “The Shelter at Home,” to find out this worked pretty well, but the Lord also put on my heart to not only start each morning with him, but to really study...really read... and really listen for Him!  Basically what the Lord and I accomplished during this time of learning (6-8 hours a day) was about the equivalent of “A Semester of Bible College!”
     When the Spring Weather got the grass growing, I got bold and not only mowed our yard, but a few others and a couple of our guys that had vehicles CLM had given them, met me at places where we did mulch as well as about 20 loads of gravel and whatever else we could do to help welcome Spring. Also, during the time of sheltering, I was part of 6 “Video Bible Studies” and also worked with the “Lead Indy” urban ministry training project, helping teach a handful of young men and women urban youth ministry. I lead the 3-hour Vimeo Teaching Time on “Networking & Resources.”

5)  When the “Shelter at Home” lifted, LV Williams had a couple of housing projects for us to consider for the summer and into the fall. The church parsonage on their church property needed some serious work done, but we started with a cleanup and remodel project (another bathroom and kitchen) for a lady in his church that has a teenage daughter with cerebral palsy.

     During the months of June & July, LV, Tyrone and my son Scott all helped with what was a “limited summer youth basketball program” with most days being outside. A few times they played indoor games with other AAU teams and then first Saturday of August, they finished up with a cookout. The past 2 years CLM has had two 15-passenger vans given and Scott and LV both have mini-vans from our family. The summer of 2020 didn't allow for nearly “the use of these vehicles” that we had prepared and hoped for, but we always try and remember: “JUST ONE...” Lord!  Just One that we can share Your Love and Your Hope with today, regardless of what is going on in the world around us!
6)  Over the years CLM's Housing Ministry allowed us to do what we called organic discipleship, as we worked, studied, ate and served the younger kids and their families too, with up to 8 older guys in each discipleship group. Yesterday I read this definition of discipleship: Discipleship simply means doing the everyday stuff of your life with other people, while
walking towards Jesus, step by step, day by day, meal by meal and conversation by conversation.  J.D. Greear continues to say, you bring people alongside you in your spiritual journey as you open up your life, rather than walking someone through a program. It doesn't take years of training; you just teach others to follow Christ as you follow Him. (I Cor. 11:1) 
     Although CLM doesn't do housing anymore as a ministry that we raise funds for, I many times come alongside alums like LV, James, Clark, Eric, Sconnie and a few others when they need a hand like LV has needed at Miss Yolonda's and the church parsonage.
     James Levi, was one of CLM's original young men, and was 14 when we opened the Care Center gym in late 1995. On his 16th birthday (June 22, 1997) we buried James’ mother following her rape & murder. James rode the roller coaster of life, like a lot of other young men, but he was always trying serve and minister to others. He spent 2 plus years with CLM learning construction skills and then started his own company “Hands of Glory Remodeling.” He spoke about a half-dozen times at churches with me, as he liked to tell even strangers, young and old alike, on the street about Jesus. Years ago, we got some used carpet from a guy that installed hardwood and lament flooring. James went to work with him for a short while to learn that skill and installing floors became his “Bread & Butter” skill. A few years back James was diagnosed with a brain tumor. I was at the hospital when they drilled the hole and found out it was benign, but the seizures the tumor gave him would not allow him to drive and he had to go on disability a couple years ago. He would still help me or some of the other guys out when needed and in late July he was helping out LV on Miss Yolonda's place and ready to help put the new floor in the kitchen with LV.  On July 23rd, James went to the doctor to have his seizure medicine adjusted. The next day, while getting ready to leave his aunt's house, he was right above the stairs on the 2nd floor when he had a seizure. The concrete he landed on broke his skull open in two places and the following day the doctors confirmed his brain was dead. A couple days later, 40 of James' family members gathered at Donor Flag Pole at Eskenazi Hospital to have James recognized by the Indiana Donor Network. The family gave me the Donor Blanket they received in his memory and later that night I was able to take “The Walk of Honor" with James two sisters, Kia & Kesha when they took his body to the operating room. A couple of nights later we had a balloon launch in James memory and I spoke there, too, like I had at the Flag Pole a few nights before.
On Saturday, August 8th, over 200 people (even with social distancing) attended James' Funeral and LV and my son Scott were two of the Pallbearers. James’ uncle and I conducted the service at Womack Memorial Church and we (the family) went to Washington Park North and literally buried James, as we took turns shoveling in the dirt as that's what “their family” had done for generations…

7)  Four Funerals in 25 Days... that changed my life (and hopefully many others) and brought Eccl. 7:2 into clear focus!   Years ago, Wayne Gordon, of Lawndale Community Ministries on the near west side of Chicago said that it takes about
15 years to even begin to have a ministry in the inner city. On January 1st, 2020, I started my 25th year of Urban Ministry and my 40th year of overall ministry. With all that said, the past nearly 30 days have been the toughest of any time in my ministry. On Thursday. August 20th, I did my 4th funeral in less than a month and another funeral I was unable to do, because it overlapped with James Levi's service. These 5 men (ages 36-53) left behind 25 children and 29 grandchildren. The Lord has worked in some amazing ways, but these 5 families will never be the same and quite honestly, neither will I.

8)  While at the cemetery, following the last funeral, I realized that we crossed paths with over 500 friends and family of
these 4 young men. The last 2 months have brought a lot of opportunities as well as struggles to serve and minister to these families. Today I'm meeting with James Levi's two sisters and after that with “Little” Dennis Washington, the son of the last man we buried. The past few months the Lord has blessed us with one (or sometimes 2) pickup (or mini-van) loads of food (each Thursday afternoon) to distribute, and much of the food has gone to the “four families” that we continue to reach out to. We have been told that this food will continue to be available through the end of the year... and in the times we are living, this
is not only a huge blessing, but an amazing “ministry tool” that was shared with me by Sister Maria, from this Spring's Video Bible Study!

A Look Ahead... As I typed these thoughts, “the son of the man the last man we buried” came back into my mind, and the floodgates of my eyes have opened up as I remembered Big Dennis and the first time I met “Little Dennis.”  Both were a little different by pretty much anyone’s standards, but they were both as precious to the Lord (and later to me) as my own son, Scott and 2 of my “God Given Sons” L.V. Williams and James Levi. The past few months the Lord has confirmed that I am
where I am supposed to be, at 62 years of age, and that the fields are “Ripe unto Harvest” not only in Indianapolis, but all over the world!  I close by saying, Thank You for all of your prayers and support over the years... 2020 has been by far the most difficult, yet the Lord is “More Than Enough” for where we have been & where we are going!  

In His Love,
Rick Hall
Pastor Rick Hall, Director, City Light Ministries

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 Missionary Church, Inc., Indy Outreach (N-101), P.O. Box 9127, Fort Wayne, IN 46899-9127

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Cookson Hills Christian Ministries


See Cookson Hills Christian Ministries website:  cooksonhills.org
See the latest newsletter as you scroll past the introductory section. 
Since its beginning in 1957, Cookson Hills has offered help, hope, and healing to abused and neglected children and worked with their families to break the cycle of abuse, neglect, dependency, and failure.

Set on more than 1,000 acres in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in rural northeastern Oklahoma, Cookson Hills provides a rustic and rewarding retreat for children requiring out-of-home care.

When families have exhausted the resources of their local church, school, and community and still face a crisis that threatens to overcome the families' ability to sustain themselves, the most likely place to turn to is the government-run foster care or the juvenile justice system. Cookson Hills provides an alternative to those families by offering residential care for their child in a family-modeled environment, individualized Christian education, vocational training, spiritual formation programs, and specialized therapeutic services.

Cookson Hills Christian Ministries has been involved in the lives of children and families for over 57 years.

The mission objectives have always been:

  • To demonstrate God's unconditional love to children and their families
  • To provide a Christian home and school environment
  • To model the principles of Christian living in the environments of family, school, church, and work
  • To educate children and encourage them to strive toward academic and vocational excellence
  • To promote Christian service in children and staff

Every child is born with the right to dream. Dreams fueled by hope lead to achievement, success, and infinite possibility.

In this sea of statistical improbability, hope seems like an unreachable shoreline for families caught in the troubled waters of turmoil and crisis. Yet for more than 57 years, Cookson Hills has continuously provided help to hurting families, hope to fuel the dreams of a restored life in Christ, and healing that illuminates their future. By helping children and their families of origin build stronger relationships with each other and with Christ, families find restoration, rediscover hope, and share a chance to dream together again.

Pray for their hearts to open so they can begin healing from their past hurts.  For many, that could look like: the loss of a loved one, abandonment, or abuse. 
Pray for a growth mindset that will allow them to realize that they can write a better story for their life and their past does not define them.
Pray for the kids who have transitioned out of care and that they would remember they are loved and valued by their Heavenly Father and by their family at Cookson Hills. 
 Please click the link below to view the current newsletter!

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Grundy Mountain Mission School


Since 1921, God has brought more than 20,000 at-risk youth out of their distress and into the land of promise that is Grundy's Mountain Mission School.

Grundy serves as home, church and school to more than 200 kids in need, coming to them not only from Appalachia, but also from more than 60 countries worldwide.  They provide each child with the foundation of first-rate academics, a loving family environment, positive social support and a firm commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

If you have ever volunteered to serve at Mountain Mission School, this invitation is for you.  To all those who have helped us over the past 100 years to rescue children in need from all over the world, THANK YOU!  We want to return the blessing!

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Hilltop Christian Camp


From the Camp Director's Desk (scroll down for the latest news)
See the hilltopchristiancamp.com website for all dates of retreats & camp weeks.  Or call 812.988.4991. 
From the Hilltop Christian Camp website:
The primary Purpose and focus of Hilltop Christian Camp is to provide a secluded and unique setting where every young person or adult can have a great time while encountering the presence of the Living God through play, Bible study, fellowship, and worship.

Hilltop Christian Camp was established in 1946 by the East Columbus Christian Church of Columbus, Indiana. The land, in beautiful Brown County upon which Hilltop is located, was donated to the church by Walker & Freeman Ping for the sole purpose of establishing a Christian service camp for the area young people. In addition to having a place for Christian fun and recreation, the camp would be a place to learn more about Christ and to be challenged to serve Him in various Christian vocations.

Now owned and operated by a corporation of Christian Churches/Churches of Christ in the south central Indiana area, that heritage is being carried on through the motto, “Where Christ and a great time go together.”
RYAN CROFT Camp Director
Ryan Croft is a graduate of Johnson University with a Bachelors degree in Preaching/Church Leadership and a Masters degree from Liberty University in Small Groups and Discipleship. Ryan and his wife Mala have been married for 23 years and have two adult children, Laurel and Thomas. Ryan has served in Youth Ministry for over 20 years and served as a lead Minister for 1 year before coming to Hilltop Christian Camp.

Ryan worked as the Outdoor Adventure Director with Camp Towanda in Honesdale, PA for 3 summers. He served on the board of directors with Camp Rudolph in Yale Virginia and served there for 5 years as the dean of middle school week as well as the dean of the middle/high school fall Redefine Retreat.

Ryan and Mala are excited to be part of what God is doing at Hilltop Christian Camp!
Mala has been a Ryan’s #1 youth sponsor/volunteer for 20+ years and has over 25 years of professional marketing, management, administrative experience – including 3 summers as front office support for Camp Towanda in Honesdale, PA. She is responsible for managing the camp office year-round as well as helping wherever camp has a need to be filled (Did we mention she loves camp?!). In Fall-Winter season she will help with the hosting responsibilities of our many weekend retreats.

Mala earned a Bachelors in Counseling: Marriage and Family and Bible from Johnson University and a Masters in Human Services: Counseling from Liberty University.
Fall is, well, falling all over camp and we wanted to drop some camp event dates that are coming up for elementary & youth age students!
2023 Fall Event:
Jr & Sr High Students Fall ReDefine Retreat - November 17-19 / High school summer dean Matt Davis along with Josiah Been of Garden City Church will host Jr & Sr High students at Hilltop. Worship will be led by The Balsamic Vinaigrettes of The Reddington Church. The cost includes all programming, lodging, and food. The links below are resources formatted for print and media as well as the link to the web page for registration and to volunteer to help out. 
Volunteer Portal - to volunteer to help with an event. Hilltop requires an application/background check for all volunteers at student activities.
2024 Winter Events:More details & resources will be released soon.
Junior (3rd-5th grade) Winter Wonder Camp - March 1-2 / Junior summer dean Maggie Mobley will host Junior students at Hilltop. Junior students will have a fantastic overnight on camp. This is perfect for first-time Junior campers to see what camp is all about!
Please let us know if you have questions or need more information.
We also wanted to remind you all about the 2023 Celebration Dinner. We will have a catered meal and live entertainment. This is a big annual FUNdraiser for camp. The evening is free but we are looking for table hosts and sponsors. Host or Sponsor a table at the Celebration Dinner on October 20 or 21. Please invite friends you think would be encouraged to hear about the impact of camp ministry.
Thanks for loving camp!


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Kairos Prison Ministry


The slogan of Kairos: Changing Hearts, Transforming Lives, Impacting the World.

  • CHANGING HEARTS - During the initial Kairos weekend, Kairos volunteers serve as God's instrument through which His love, grace and mercy are expressed to the participants/guests in a real and profound way. God begins changing hearts.
  • TRANSFORMING LIVES - Following their weekend experience, participants/guests are encouraged to take responsibility for their life choices and their relations with God; they are invited to engage in small accountability groups. Kairos volunteers continue to return monthly to provide mentoring and guidance through these accountability groups. It is here that Kairos participants/guests begin to replace old ways of thinking with new and they learn they are not alone on this journey. They realize there is a hope for a future. The prison environment begins to change; family relationships start to heal...God is transforming lives.
  • IMPACTING THE WORLD - As the Kairos community inside a prison grows and begins to gain influence, the incidences of violence decreases. Incarcerated participants who are released re-enter the outside world with a God centered, perspective and focus on becoming productive citizens. Female family members find support, strength and encouragement. Youthful offenders acquire new God centered values and change their direction in life. Families are reunited with a hope for the future.

"The Lord your God will change your heart...." (Deuteronomy 30:6)

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Lifeline Christian Mission: Red Sands School

History of Lifeline Christian Mission:
In 1980, Bob and Gretchen DeVoe founded Lifeline Christian Mission with the goal to minister to people spiritually and physically.  Initially, the ministry began in Grand Goave, Haiti with a Christian church and school.  As God opened doors, ministry work spread to more communities through churches and schools, health clinics, nutrition programs, disaster relief, children’s homes, and a home building ministry.
Lifeline has ministries in Honduras, Cuba, El Salvador, Winslow, AZ, and Canada.  Read about these efforts at lifeline.org. 
Ben Simms
President & CEO
Lifeline Christian Mission
P.S. Your gift of any amount will make this a summer to remember! Give your special, extra donation by August 31! Donate today!   Lifeline Christian Mission | 921 Eastwind Drive, Suite 104, Westerville, OH 43081

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Morgan County Habitat for Humanity


Habitat's Vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Mission Statement: Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Mission Principles:

  • Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ.
  • Focus on shelter.
  • Advocate for affordable housing.
  • Promote dignity and hope.
  • Support sustainable and transformational development.

Morgan County Weekday Religious Education

Morgan County Weekday Religious Education
P.O. Box 1285
Martinsville, IN 46151 
 June 2021  
Morgan County Weekday Religious Education is a ministry to third and fourth grade students in the                                    public school. With parental permission students are released from class one day a week for forty minutes to attend Bible Study in a nearby church or modular. We are very grateful for your support through the years because of your love and concern for the children in Morgan County we have been able to teach the  Bible for 67 years. Many children have accepted Christ as Savior. We are non-denominational in our teaching.
Our children are our future leaders of tomorrow. We know that most main line religions begin training their children at a very young age. These children grow up with very deep convictions that their religion  is truth. This is not happening in America in the Christian faith.
Weekday is the one avenue we have to reach out to the bulk of our children through the public school system. When permission is given we have these students up to forty-five minutes each week to  teach them what we know is truth; God's precious Word, the Bible. In this county in the year 2019-20 70% of the parents gave permission for their children to participate.
This last year and half has been very difficult for all of us.  This Covid pandemic has shaken all of us. At Weekday
we have been able to mail weekly lessons with permission from parents. Our attendance has dropped from 900 students to 320. While we are so grateful for the opportunity to  touch these 320 children and families; we are concerned about our being able to return to our normal classroom times this next school year.  We service 14 schools in Morgan County and normally have 75 to  80 percent of the eligible  students.
We need your prayers and support as decisions are made in the next month concerning the educational
program of 3rd and 4th grade students this school year 2021-2022. PLEASE HELP US KEEP THIS MINISTRY ALIVE!
Morgan County Schools of Weekday Religious Education Board and Staff

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North Burma Christian Mission

Liebrandt's were recently in Thailand and Colombia,
South America, January 17-February 2. 
Please look at their FaceBook page -  https://www.facebook.com/NBCMDEAF,
Newsletter link:   https://mailchi.mp/0f82a6211831/thailand-colombia-news   
and read about the efforts made with their partners in ministry to the deaf. 
Dewayne and Jackie are thankful for your prayers for all their travels.  Many of you can remember what has been a favorite verse of Dewayne's that he has stressed many times.  Psalms 16:9 which says, "Man makes his plans, but God directs his footsteps."  On their two recent trips, Dewayne says the Lord directed their footsteps, especially given all that was happening due to Covid-19.

In June 1987, Dewayne left his job at GM and joined NBCM. Dewayne and Jackie’s ministry calling is to, "take the Gospel of Christ to the deaf of the world”. Dewayne has learned 4 different Sign Languages and spoken Thai. He has worked with the deaf in 13 countries. The Liebrandt's have a broad range of ministry outreaches to the deaf in Thailand and Colombia such as: deaf churches, church camps, video productions, short-term ministry programs, sign language classes, and job training. They have a hands-on ministry, with a world-wide calling, which is focused on one deaf person at a time.
“...The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest ​to send out laborers into his harvest.” Mt. 9:37-38 ESV
See:  Northburmachristianmission.org
and on FaceBook:  NBCM/DEAF@NBCMDEAF
The work began in 1921 when J. Russell and Gertrude Morse first answered the call of God to become missionaries to Tibet and China. Together with their children, they served the Lord faithfully through times of hunger, fatigue, floods, wars and imprisonment.  Their hearts desire was that all would hear the gospel, receive salvation, and become faithful followers of Christ. Through the years the work continued first in Burma in the early 1950s and later in Thailand in 1972 through their children and grandchildren.

In 1972, when the Morse's relocated to Thailand, they continued to evangelize, disciple, and plant churches among new tribal groups in Thailand.  Over the years, many other missionary coworkers joined the ministry bringing their own expertise and vision into the mission. Together they engaged in community development, established literacy and literature production, launched leadership programs, started educational youth homes, partnered in deaf ministry, and created audio and video productions to develop the believers spiritually, physically, and mentally.

Over the years, more than 500 churches were established across four countries,
and thousands of national believers were trained to continue the work.

NBCM continues to evangelize among various tribal and local people groups throughout S.E. Asia. Many committed national preachers partner with us to evangelize, disciple and plant churches throughout the region. NBCM serves as a resource for Bible training centers in S.E. Asia. Multiple training courses and Bible Schools are conducted for church leaders and members across many ethnicities and languages.

NBCM uses a holistic approach 
to developing tribal communities through agriculture and infrastructure development. These include health and sanitation, water projects, education, and church planting together with relief and benevolent assistance.

Our literature department in Thailand translates, designs and prepares Bibles, hymnbooks, and other Christian materials to be printed and distributed to over a dozen people groups throughout Asia in their own languages.  Many remote villages now have access to media. We produce sermons, dramas, testimonies, and other Christian programs that are uploaded to social media and distributed throughout Asia. ​These productions are a vital mode of spreading the gospel. 

Music ministry is a key aspect of Christian outreach in churches, schools and local communities. This takes on many forms from Church worship teams and hymnbooks in tribal languages to Christian CD’s and music videos distributed throughout Asia.

Partnering with tribal villages, safe housing is run by local Christians during the school year. This allows children to retain their tribal identity within a family environment while receiving Christian values and a formal education in nearby government schools.

Making disciples by living out the commands of Jesus in the workplace. Equipping and encouraging them so that 
individuals and communities are transformed spiritually, economically and socially. With the goal of glorifying God and establishing His Kingdom.

The deaf people of Asia are a significant minority group who are misunderstood and ignored by most of society. Deaf churches that were started in Chiang Mai are now run by their own leaders. This ministry continues to reach out to other countries.

Pinehaven Christian Children's Ranch


Pinehaven is a residential, year-round program aimed at providing a stable, controlled, secure environment in which young people can reach the potential that God has placed within them.  To meet the needs of our young people even better.

Pinehaven Christian School was started in 1984. What started in a basement with 12 students is now a dedicated facility capable of handling 100. Abortion is a terrible problem in our society; but rather than just talking about it, Pinehaven has a program designed to give young, unwed mothers an alternative at their Life House.
Pinehaven Christian Children’s Ranch and School, PO Box 940, St. Ignatius MT 59865
Dan Larsson, Head Wrangler (406) 546-9015     John Robine, Assistant Wrangler (406) 210-0634 

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Polish Christian Ministries

 David A. Hatfield began his work with the mission as Executive Director-Elect in 2012 and assumed the responsibilities of Executive Director on March 1, 2013. Since 2007 he had been serving the people and churches of Poland in a full-time capacity with Impact Europe. Prior to this he served for 30 years in youth and preaching ministries in Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. His first exposure to Poland was in 1996 when he and his wife, Sandy, took a short-term mission trip to Ostróda Camp.
Under David’s leadership, the mission focuses on church planting, providing resources for Polish pastors/ministry workers and church building projects, and building friendships (especially through facilitating short-term teams). David and Sandy reside in Brighton, MI. They have three grown children: Kezia of Redlands, CA; Josiah of Indianapolis, IN; and Kenan of Oak Park, MI.



WellSpring offers emergency and transitional housing for 23 families.

A family is considered as:
- Single parent with children,
- Married couple with children, or
- Married couple without children


WellSpring is a 14-unit transitional housing facility limited to a 24 month program. We have 8 one-bedroom, 5 two-bedroom and 1 three-bedroom apartments available. Families do pay a fixed monthly rent payment for their transitional housing stay. Rent is not income based and includes stove, refrigerator, utilities, and phone. Laundry facilities and an entertainment area are also provided at no cost.

Families are able to bring their furniture and belongings from storage into their apartment. If families do not have furniture or necessities, WellSpring will try to provide what we can to assist families.

Families continue with monthly Case Management. Programs also includes a housing plan for permanent housing.

Individual service plans are designed to allow families to choose and achieve their personal goals. We also offer education opportunities, budgeting, stress management classes, computer lab and access to our food pantry.