GLOBAL AND LOCAL MISSIONS
Relate Church supports ministries all over the world such as House of Destiny, along with local ministries that reach those behind bars. Through out the year, Relate Serve partners with other ministries throughout Mississippi to show the love of Jesus to those in need. Jesus cares, and so do we.
HOUSE OF DESTINY-CASA DEL DESTINO
Casa del Destino has been commissioned to help raise up kids in the teaching of God’s Word and place them into healthy, Christian homes across the world. Casa del Destino (House of Destiny) is a children’s home in Antigua, Guatemala that was established in 2007 by West Coast Believers Church, located in Southern California, East Coast Believers Church, located in Florida and several other non-denominational churches across the United States.
UTTERMOST WITNESS MINISTRIES
Uttermost Ministries encompasses raising the standard in the Word of God in the Pacific by training ministers through Rhema Bible Training Center South Pacific, reaching the uttermost parts of the earth – the remote Pacific islands by ship and All Nations Church which is an outreach and platform for God to move from.
DYNAMIC WORLD MINISTIRES
Dynamis World Ministries started as a missions’ organization with Christopher Alam’s preaching behind the Iron Curtain long before the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe. From there, it then spread to Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In 1993 the Alam family and the ministry’s headquarters moved from Sweden to Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Christopher Alam has preached the Gospel in over 75 nations so far, and over 1,500 churches have been started as a fruit of this ministry. The preaching of the Gospel is accompanied by signs, wonders, and miracles.
WE WILL GO MINISTRIES
Through the multiplying of donations, volunteer efforts, and years of serving in the community, We Will Go grew to where it is today. Our team focuses on three main areas of community outreach: Education, Engagement, and Essential Food. Our Essential Food program strives to share the Gospel and a substantial bag of groceries and essential goods to families in the Jackson area. Partnering with our school districts, our Education program sees students have an organized, safe space where they can receive tutoring, school equipment, and prayer to excel in their schooling. Our Engagement program connects volunteers, donors, and people in the community to opportunities happening every week in Jackson. We Will Go is growing daily as we see more teams of volunteers, new staff members, and even more neighbors seeking the love of Christ.
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
Ronald McDonald House serves as a “home away from home” for families of critically-ill children who must travel to Jackson to receive intensive medical treatment.
It is a home where families can reside in a caring and comfortable environment; share their fears and concerns; receive the support of others who are in similar circumstances; and gain strength during the most difficult time in their lives.
We provide meals for the families residing at the RMH will their children are in the hospital.
CENTER FOR PREGNANCY CHOICES
CPC provides women in Rankin, Hinds, and Madison counties practical support that empowers them to choose life. Hope begins the moment a woman connects to the clinic. In the clinic, she will see firsthand the miracle of the life inside of her with a free ultrasound. The trained volunteers and staff listen and encourage her as she sorts through the circumstances and the emotions surrounding her pregnancy, so that she can make an informed decision without fear or worry. They continue to walk with her through her journey beyond her decision to parent because both she and her baby deserve an opportunity to thrive.
CHRISTIANS IN ACTION EMERGENCY SHELTER
The Emergency Shelter provides residential care for children and youth, ages birth through seventeen. Since opening, the Shelter has cared for more than 5,000 children. Referrals come from the Youth Court and the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services. Many children served have been burned, beaten, sexually abused and near starvation, and others victims of sex trafficking. The Shelter may also be used as a resource when there is a need for transition from one foster home placement to another.