We operate around the world through two primary ministry arms: New Hope:Kids and Timothy Project.
Giving vulnerable children every chance at healthy and purpose-filled lives in Christ through orphan-care, education, and community services.
Matthew 19:14 says, “Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.'” Worldwide, there are an estimated 62.8 million children suffering from acute malnutrition (World Bank),140 million orphaned children (UNICEF), and 264 million children and youth who are not receiving an education but should be (UNESCO). We are not OK with this and believe the local church and faithful Christians should be at the forefront of alleviating this devastating reality. Through New Hope:Kids we focus on serving the most vulnerable individuals in under-resourced communities, the children. We operate a children’s home in Mongolia and a school and community center in Nicaragua. Our purpose is not just to alleviate the hardships of the children in our ministries but for each child to know how valued and loved they are by the God who created them and calls them by name.
Equipping native saints for the work of the gospel through biblical education, leadership development, and pastoral training.
Paul writes in Romans 15:14, “I myself am convinced, my brothers and sisters, that you yourselves are full of goodness, filled with knowledge and able to instruct one another.” It is estimated that the United States has one trained minister for every 250 people while the rest of the world has one trained minister for every 450,000 people. Research has also found that 95% of church leaders outside of the USA have little to no theological training. Timothy Project is our channel to help offset this inequality. Our primary means of accomplishing this great task is through equipping, training, and developing our own local staff for ministry. We also provide pastoral workshops, scholarships, and mentorship to the pastors and church leaders in our overseas communities. Like the Apostle Paul, let’s multiply ourselves through investing in others for the sake of the gospel around the world.