From Africa to the remote villages of Indonesia, from the slums of India to the barrios of Honduras, John Knox church supports missionaries and programs around the world.

ETHOS 360 PAPUA NEW GUINEA * MARCUS AND CARLA SNEDEKER 
Taking Christ’s mandate to the ends of the earth by mobilizing and equipping missionaries to evangelize tribal people who have never heard the Gospel. In Papua New Guinea that would be Marcus and Carla Snedeker,
How you can help: Pray for the Snedekers’ health, language and ministry skills; send e-mails of encouragement or a holiday care package.
Contact the office: hello@jkpcusa.org

HONDURAS PARTNERSHIP *FLOR DEL CAMPO, HONDURAS
Over 100 John Knox people have visited Honduras since 1985, providing hope in the form of housing, micro-businesses and scholarships. Mission work continues to focus on the student scholarship programs and meeting the needs of community.
How you can help: Pray for the staff in Flor del Campo; visit Honduras on a JKPC Missions trip; sponsor a scholarship student.
Contact: Joe Peritore

KENYA CHILDREN’S FUND 
Since 1987 Kenya Children’s Fund (KCF) has sought to transform the lives of Kenya’s impoverished children by providing life’s basic necessities – education, nutrition and medical care – in a Christ-centered environment. KCF’s biggest project is in Kinyago-Dandora, one of the poorest areas of Nairobi, Kenya
How you can help: Sponsor a child; sponsor a teacher; donate to the scholarship fund or purchase an Easter/Christmas basket that provides food stuff for the student’s family to sustain them over long school breaks.
Contact: Debbie Halvorson

MERCY SHIPS, WEST AFRICA * GARY AND SUSAN PARKER
With each new docking of the hospital ship m/v Africa Mercy come throngs seeking relief from cataracts, cleft palates and life-threatening tumors. Dr. Parker and his staff perform over 7,000 surgeries a year and are currently bringing hope and healing to the people of West Africa.
How you can help: Pray for Dr. Gary Parker and his staff as they decide who will be treated and who must be turned away; join the m/v Africa Mercy as a short-term volunteer; send a holiday care package.
Contact: Jan Lentz

OPERATION EQUIP ASIA 
Imagine a disabled person living in the midst of abject poverty in the slums of India. Now imagine a ministry dedicated to equipping India’s disabled with the physical, spiritual and socio-economic tools necessary for a life of independence and advancement.
How you can help: Pray for the organization and the disabled they support; sponsor a child (corrective surgery, education, etc.); sponsor a party featuring crafts made by disabled persons.
Contact: Joan Brown

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