Ken Davis, through Project Jerusalem, helps plant healthy Bible-believing churches in needy urban, ethnic, and rural communities of the Northeastern United States. Contact information: Ken Davis Project Jerusalem 570.585.9269 firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 2001, the Refuge of Hope was an outgrowth from a chapel ministry and soup kitchen which began serving the downtown Canton community in the mid-1980s under the name Open Door Chapel. Currently this inner-city, faith-based, non-denominational Christian mission serves as a men’s homeless shelter offering overnight housing (26-28 men), showers, spiritual guidance, accountability, and hot meals (5 full meals weekly to an average of 75 people at each meal). They are currently renovating a facility that will triple… Read more.
Roger and Kathy currently serve with American Indian Missions Inc. to reach and teach American Indian tribes in the southwestern United States for Christ. Contact Information: Roger & Kathy Scarbro PO Box 878 Gallup, N.M. 87301-0878 Email: rogerAIMI@haidernetworks.com