These are some organizations that AmazingGrace.Life Supports. If you are facing difficult times, these ministries can help.
Council For Life's mission is to educate and equip women, men, and youth to make life-affirming decisions. The Council provides a nexus between the resources and needs as they relate to unplanned pregnancies. Council For Life has funded 33 agencies that benefit women in crisis at pregnancy centers, youth education, media campaigns with life-affirming messages, maternity homes, and adoption programs for birthmothers.
Dixie was in a crisis pregnancy situation and found help from one of Council for Life's 2015 beneficiaries.
New Friends New Life restores and empowers formerly trafficked girls and sexually exploited women and their children.
By providing access to education, job training, interim financial assistance, mental health and spiritual support, New Friends New Life helps women and their children overcome backgrounds of abuse, addiction, poverty and limited opportunities.
In 1951, Bill and Vonette Bright pursued their passion for ministry by starting Campus Crusade for Christ (now known as Cru in the U.S.) at the University of California at Los Angeles.
What began with college students has since grown into one of the largest international Christian ministries in the world, reaching beyond students to serve inner cities, the military, athletes, political and business leaders, the entertainment industry, and families.
In obedience to Jesus, Operation Care International facilitates worldwide opportunities to experience the love of God and the promise of eternal life. Join us as we partner with God to change lives and change the world.
Serving at-risk children since 1995.
Children like arrows in the hand of a mighty warrior. We must prepare them with purpose and precision to penetrate this present darkness.
At YBC children ages 4-14 receive a solid Biblical and educational foundation.
Ages 15-18 students serve at YBC and/or in local ministries as they continue to develop.
Ages 18-22 students attend college or serve in the military or local and/or overseas missions.
Ages 22-25 students enter the military with rank after college or begin post-graduate training
Kids Across America (KAA) is a premier Christian sports camp for urban youth in America. During the past 35 years more than 100,000 campers from some 550 cities all across America have come through their gates and thens of thousands of precious campers and group leaders have made life changing commitments to follow and serve Jesus Christ. Six hundred caring Christian college athletes and coaches from 400 colleges reach out with Christ's love to some 7,000 precious urban young people and over 1,000 Kaleo's (group leaders) each summer. KAA is a tremendous platform for teaching biblical principles and life skills. Their VISION is to transform urban youth to impact their communities for Christ. Their MISSION is to build Christian leaders by encouraging, equipping and empowering urban youth and their mentors through camping and education.
Military Warriors Support Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity, founded by LTG. Leroy Sisco, (Ret), in 2007. Their Mission is to provide support for our nation’s combat wounded heroes and Gold Star Families as they transition out of the military and into their new civilian life. This is a very fragile time for these heroes, and their families, and it is the goal of Military Warriors Support Foundation to provide programs that facilitate a smooth and successful transition. Programs include home donation, academic and employment assistance, as well as recreational activities.