Heart of God Africa, under the leadership of Denise Matthews, is a powerfully effective evangelistic ministry now formally organized and recognized as an NGO in Uganda. Currently working to reach as many men, women and children with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, this ministry has its primary focus in Uganda and South Sudan. Pastor's Conferences, Youth Conferences, Women's Conferences, Widow's Center, Feeding Programs, Child Sponsorship, and Evangelistic Mission Trips are some of the many efforts undertaken by staff and volunteers. For more information, visit Heart of God Africa's website at www.HeartOfGodAfrica.org.
Heart of God Haiti, under the leadership of David Young, is a growing evangelistic ministry located in the mountainous Kenscoff region. At the heart of this ministry is the desire to serve the people as we serve God, lead them to a genuine relationship with Him while encouraging growth toward personal integrity and self-sustainability. This is done by setting examples of God’s unwavering love toward all as we embrace those who most the world has forgotten – the destitute, the rejected, the broken, and the oppressed. To earn more about Heart of God Haiti, visit their website at www.HeartOfGodHaiti.org.
Heart of God India, under the leadership of Jeanice McDade, is another powerfully effective evangelistic ministry whose focus is teaching, preaching, and discipling men, women and children in God's Word. By equipping pastors and Christian leaders through prayer and Bible training, these men are able to go into the villages and minister the truth, dispelling the lies and false teaching that are so prevalent in India, especially in areas where we work. Children are being trained in the Word of God at the Children's Center while outreaches are conducted to reach as many as possible with the love of Jesus Christ. To learn more about Heart of God India, please visit their website at www.HeartOfGodIndia.org.
Heart of God Israel, under the leadership of Jonathan Daugherty, has its focus on being a Light to the Nations according to Isaiah 42:6. Countless hours of prayerful study have equipped John to write materials with a very balanced approach to the Word of God from a Hebraic perspective. Recently, after an exploratory trip to Israel, Eric Ream (an HGIM Missionary) has agreed to help put into motion a unique plan to reach the Jewish people with the love of Yeshua by strengthening indigenous ministries through financial support and opportunities for hands-on ministry. More information will be available as key partnerships are formed in Israel. For more information about Heart of God Israel, please visit the website at www.HeartOfGodIsrael.org.
Soldiers Bible Ministry (SBM) is under the leadership of John Hoben. SBM was formed to fill the many requests by Chaplains and men and women serving in the US Armed Forces for complete Bibles and Bible study materials. With the cherished partnership of Biblica, SBM has literally provided tens of thousands of Bibles as the requests come in. Additionally, Koinonia House has filled countless orders for study materials that uniquely resonate with military personnel. Other partners have graciously provided books and materials that build up and strengthen the military man or woman and/or the family. For more information about this unique ministry, please visit their website at www.SoldiersBibleMinistry.org.
Heart of God Evangelism is under the leadership of A. Scott Ingram. The Evangelism department was formed to allow for men and women who are called to evangelistic ministry to serve by aiding the main ministry Network both on and off the mission field. Scott has served as evangelistic support in Africa, India and Haiti, and has been actively involved in training short-term missionaries prior to missions. For more information about this unique ministry, please visit Scott's website at www.AnthonyIngram.com.
Kofael is under the leadership of Elisabeth Ream, and another outreach of Heart of God Haiti. Kofael is a Christian non-profit program for women in Haiti, providing micro loans to women facing many challenges due to the economic and natural disasters that have wiped out their small businesses in the past. The mission of Kofael is to educate and empower Haitian women to become independent and self sustaining in order to provide for their families. Kofael is registered as an official organization through the Haitian government in Haiti and has 501c3 status making your donations tax-deductible in the United States. For more information about this exciting ministry, please visit Kofael's website at www.Kofael.org.