Every second Friday of each month, Kansas Mission Church serves at our local inner city mission program called Freedom Fire. Please visit http://freedomfire.org for more information, or see the KMC Google Calendar to know when we will serve next.
Contact: John Park, [email protected]
One grateful Freedom Fire mother, living in federal housing, wrote the following after her children attended a Freedom Fire camp:
“Thank you guys, from all the mothers of the children, for all that you do. Thank you for keeping our children safe. Thank you for keeping our children smiling. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being positive role models for my children to look up to. Thank you, thank you! I am forever grateful.”
The Freedom Fire staff is also appreciative of those who sponsored campers and helped them have a fun, meaningful experience at camp. Indeed, the camps and other activities of Freedom Fire are making a difference in hundreds of kids’ lives.
Check out the video: https://vimeo.com/226466219
If you would like to support the ministry, you can make a contribution on the Freedom Fire website (freedomfire.org) using PayPal. You may also mail checks to Freedom Fire, PO Box 270061, KC MO 64127. Please make checks payable to Freedom Fire. To find out about volunteer opportunities please contact them via the website.
If you are interested in sponsoring a child in Honduras, please visit their website http://hondurasministries.org/ and click Child Sponsor. Not only would you help feed, clothe, and send that child to school, but he/she will also hear the gospel.
Contact: Dennis Cho, [email protected]
Mission to the World
Ben and Julie Jensen are long-term missionaries serving with Mission to the World’s church-planting team in Nagoya, Japan. Their focus is university ministry (called “Hospi,” short for hospitality ministry), and they have a heart for reaching Japanese young people in their city with the Gospel. The Jensens have completed their first four-year term on the field and are currently back in the States on Home Ministry Assignment (HMA). They have been busy visiting supporting churches, speaking at missions conferences, and recently, they lead a 20-day homestay trip for Japanese students who came to America and stayed in Christian families’ homes. This coming August, the Jensens plan to return to the work they were doing with university students at Nisshin Christ Church in Nagoya.
To learn more about their ministry, please visit
The Nam Family is called to serve with Mission to the World in Taiwan at Christ’s College Taipei. Their vision is to assist the church in Taiwan as it grows, using the gifts and talents that God has given them. For David, as an ordained minister and a PhD candidate in New Testament at Fuller Seminary, that is in the field of theological education. At Christ’s College he will teach Bible and humanities classes in the English major and disciple college students. As his Mandarin proficiency develops, David will pursue additional opportunities to train pastors who will raise up churches in Taiwan and throughout Asia. Susanna looks forward to advancing the gospel using her background as a speech-language pathologist in the areas of special education and disability ministry.
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Please visit their donation page to support with monetary means.
Joe and Joyce in the Middle East
Due to the sensitivity of their ministry location, limited information has been released. Please be patient as we gather more solid information. Continue to pray for the Middle East.