We partner with local ministries in global regions that are working to bring hope, reconciliation, and justice through the love of Jesus Christ. Learn who our global partners are and how to participate in the work they are doing around the world.
How our Partners Are Responding to COVID-19
Food and financial security for so many around the globe have been further compromised because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of our partners have now doubled down their existing efforts to address these issues and serve their communities through great challenges. Here are a few ways God is using our international partners in the midst of COVID-19:
International Justice Mission
In the Dominican Republic, International Justice Mission has worked to support trafficking survivors through the economic challenges of a country lockdown. Additionally, they have made major steps this summer and fall to petition the Dominican government to declare child marriage unconstitutional.
In Zambia, World Vision’s team has been focused on limiting the spread of COVID-19 and reduce its impact on vulnerable children and families through teaching preventative behaviors, donating supplies to local governments, and working across sectors to protect women and children from increases in violence as the economic impacts of COVID-19 take hold. WV continues with their water projects around the country, drilling boreholes and teaching communities about clean water management.
Amidst rising food insecurity and nearly doubling unemployment, Opportunity International in Colombia distributed basic necessities to communities they support in July.
Pars Theological Centre
Our friends at Pars Theological Centre, which trains Christian leaders for the Persian-speaking world, distributed over $13,000 to refugee students to support them through COVID-19 related job loss.
Congo Initiative educates ethical leaders who have integrity; invests in a sustainable vibrant Congolese society; and develops grassroots initiatives for peace, hope, and justice.
International Justice Mission works to prevent land theft, sex trafficking, police abuse of power, citizenship rights abuse, sexual violence against children, and forced labor, with the ultimate goal of ending the slave trade, everywhere.
Nazareth Evangelical College trains and equips leaders to follow Christ and serve the church in the Holy Land, enabling the church to powerfully influence society according to God’s purposes.
Opportunity International is helping to end extreme poverty by empowering individuals to work their way out of poverty and give their children a quality education—sustainably transforming lives, families, and communities.
World Vision is a global Christian humanitarian organization that partner with children, families, and their communities to help them reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
Daystar University offers undergraduate and advanced degrees to over 5,000 students from more than 30 countries. Their goal: to make a continent-wide impact in Africa by educating Christ-centered servant leaders.
Jubilee Centre is a Zambian Christian NGO working to empower churches, communities, and their leaders to grow spiritually, flourish physically, and have a voice in the world.
Faith, Hope, and Love Global Ministries’ staff teach, inspire, and encourage ministers and leaders in Myanmar and elsewhere around the globe through short-term workshops, semester-long courses, and spiritual retreats.
CPC has two international partners serving in Asia. Both partners were raised at CPC. Due to security concerns in the areas they serve, we cannot provide specific information here, but we’d love to have you pray for them.