Belvue Missions

Belvue has a very strong missions program, thanks to the blessings of our Father, and the commitment of our members.  Belvue has strived over the past fifty plus years to challenge itself on the amount committed and given to the Mission's annual budget.

 

This is a current list of missions we support on a **monthly basis or occasional one time gifts.  Click on the links provided, if available, to learn about their mission!

 

Founded in 1893, Johnson University is a private, coeducational institution offering associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctor's degrees. Johnson educates students for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations framed by the Great Commission in order to extend the kingdom of God among all nations.

865-573-4517
(Fax) 865-251-2337

www.johnsonu.edu

 

 

The mission of Kentucky Christian University is to educate students for Christian leadership and service in the Church and in professions throughout the world.

Kentucky Christian University
   100 Academic Parkway
    Grayson, KY 41143
     1-800-522-3181

www.kcu.edu

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Our Mission
As a Christian liberal arts college, Milligan College seeks to honor God by educating men and women to be servant-leaders.

Milligan College

PO Box 500  

Milligan College, TN 37682  423.461.8700

www.milligan.edu/

**Emmanuel Christian Seminary is a graduate seminary located near Johnson City, Tennessee, in the heart of the spectacular Blue Ridge Mountains. Established in 1965, the school seeks to fulfill the mission of the Church by preparing men and women for effective ministry.

Emmanuel Christian Seminary

ONE WALKER DR.  

   Johnson City, TN   37601   

(P) 423.926.1186 (855.652.0944)    (F) 423.926.6198

http://www.ecs.edu

**Steve + Kay Carpenter

Country: Mexico

Ministry: church planting

http://cmfi.org/wherewework/missionary/skcarpenter

Our work

Our ministry in Mexico City began in April of 1995. Since then we have been involved in two church planting projects, the North Side Christian Church and the Eagles Christian Church. At this time we are disengaging from the work at the Eagles’ church. It is now five and a half years old and this past summer the congregation ordained Ruben Fuentes as a Minister of the gospel of Christ Jesus and immediately called him as their pastor.

Joshua + Ruth Barron

Country: Kenya

Ministry: church planting, leadership training, education

http://cmfi.org/wherewework/missionary/jrbarron

Their work

We serve on a CMF church catalyst team in Kenya, partnering with CMF-planted churches begun among the Maasai and Turkana peoples. Collectively, these churches are known as the Community Christian Church (CCC), the legal name of our fellowship of churches in Kenya. Our title is Curriculum Development Coordinators with the primary ministry responsibility being to help those churches by developing culturally appropriate curricula in the local languages. Our goal is to help the Maasai learn how to do this themselves.

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When summer is on the way, one of the great things our area has to offer that you may not even know about is Camp ACC – the summer camp ministry of Appalachian Christian Camp. Appalachian Christian Camp has been located in Limestone Cove in Unicoi for over 40 years and has been ministering to the youth of our area for 75 years.

All programs and activities take place on the Camp ACC campus which includes a ball field, outdoor basketball court, sand volleyball court, swimming pool, gymnasium with an indoor rock climbing wall, open-air worship center, new air-conditioned dormitories and walking trails all surrounded by the beauty of Unicoi County.Camp ACC is a non-denominational Christian Summer Camp for youth entering Kindergarten through 12th grade. The camp program begins on June 2nd and continues through the summer, ending on August 6th. Camp ACC teaches Christian principles and values in a fun and exciting way that challenges today’s youth. While Camp ACC is a church camp, you do not have to be a member of a church to attend.

            

http://www.campacc.com

Medical Missions of India**

The David & Lois Rees Hospital serving those that have HIV/AIDS.

About Us

The David & Lois Rees Hospital serves those living with HIV/AIDS.  We are currently looking for a doctor to join our staff that specializes in HIV/AIDS.  This person would need to raise funding.  We are also looking for someone to oversee the Administrative side of the hospital.  Please contact us if you are interested.We are looking for short term and long term volunteers.  If you have gifts in administration or medical services we could use you to serve at The David & Lois Rees Hospital.  Please contact Carol Young at carolyoung220@yahoo.com for more information.

 

CCDM**

http://www.ccdmonline.org

The Christian Churches Disability Ministry exists to enhance the lives of persons with physical and developmental disabilities.Providing services for persons with developmental disabilities, including residence, job placement, opportunities for social interaction, and spiritual growth.Seeking partnership with individuals, churches, and other organizations to meet the physical and spiritual needs of persons with disabilities. Enabling others through training, resources, and encouragement to effectively minister.

Missions Statement

To promote the welfare of persons with mental and physical disabilities through direct care, education and training, and enabling others through training, resources, and encouragement to effectively minister to persons with disabilities.

You can contact us at  info@ccdmonline.org or call us at 865.984.5178

CSF**

http://www.campushouse.org

The Christian Student Fellowship (a.k.a. “The Campus House”) is a group of men and women committed to knowing our Savior and serving HIM as a community on the campus of East Tennessee State University. Our House is just across University Parkway from ETSU’s Pubic Safety at 829 W. Pine Street.

We intend to encourage our peers toward a growing relationship with Jesus Christ:

http://www.campushouse.org

    

The Parkers**

     Phil and Michelle are working to plant a church in Chiang Mai, Thailand.  Sunday morning services for Ban Sila Christian Church began on January 16, 2011 at 10 am meeting in the ministry house beside the Parker's house.  Ban Sila means "Rock House" and Sila is Phil's Thai name, too. Also, every Friday at 6:30 we host and teach a small group in our home, called a Lifegroup, that meets in our home for food, worship, Bible study, and prayer time.  As families hear the word of God and experience God working in their lives through Christian relationships and answered prayer, new believers are added to the Kingdom of God. It is our goal to facilitate the discipleship of these new believers in their new life in Christ through large group meetings and small home cell groups.

http://www.victory44.org

 

Hope Haven Ministries of Kingsport**

http://www.hopehavenkpt.org

Vision

Become a model of ministry to the spiritual and physical needs of the homeless by sharing the love of Jesus Christ, building self-sufficiency and breaking the cycle of homelessness.

Christ-Centered

Every client will be given the opportunity to hear the gospel message through structured bible studies and chapel services.

Client-Focused

Every client will be treated with dignity and respect, provided a safe clean confidential environment and the opportunity to participate in a structured program that will allow them to transition from being dependant to becoming independent.

For more information contact us at 423.246.6012 or hhm@charterinternet.com.

East Tennessee Christian Children's Home and Academy**

PO Box 1147 

Elizabethton, TN 37643

(423) 542-4423

In 1950 the East Tennessee Christian Home (ETCH) opened its' doors, providing a safe Christian environment for at-risk children. Over the past 60 years, hundreds of at-risk children have passed through the doors benefiting from the services ETCH offers.

Mission

To provide Christian-based residential and educational programs for adolescent girls who are hurting and at-risk to make a major and lasting difference in their lives

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http://christianvillage.org

Our mission: "A Christian community committed to compassionately providing quality, person-centered care and services."

Our mission is carried out daily, thanks to the generosity of many caring individuals. Our supporters and extended family continue to offer critical financial assistance as we move forward with innovative programs and campus upgrades. We have a planned-giving program through the Benevolent Fund, which provides for residents who have outlived their financial resources. All contributions are fully tax-deductible.

Please consider a gift to Appalachian Christian Village. Your help can do so much good!

To request more information call 877-447-9445

or click here.

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http://www.tcmi.org

The goal of TCM is to develop International Disciple Makers who will share the love of Jesus and His Gospel with their own people for a lifetime.  Then each will mentor others to become disciple makers as well. 

  • TCMII is one of the largest graduate seminaries serving Europe and Central Asia
  • TCM serves a geographic area over twice the size of the United States
  • The typical student and graduate speaks several languages, functions competently in his or her own culture, needs no outside financial support, and will serve a lifetime in their region.
  • Of TCM's 800+ students, most live and serve in countries where the average income is less than $500 per month
  • Because the typical TCM student is bi-vocational, he or she has a variety of contacts, skills, and relationships that move forward their churches and ministries in amazing ways.
TCM International Institute
PO Box 24560
Indianapolis, IN 46224
317.299.0333
tcm@tcmi.org