AG Crisis Response provides funds for the most urgent relief needs in the more than 200 countries and territories in which Assemblies of God World Missions works. More than 2,500 U.S. missionaries minister within a network of more than 270,000 local congregations throughout the world.
Asia’s Little Ones is a Christian, nonprofit childcare relief organization that assists at-risk children in Asia Pacific by providing funding and resources for compassion and humanitarian projects. Asia’s Little Ones has been in operation since 1991 and is under the direction of the Asia Pacific Region of Assemblies of God World Missions.
Convoy of Hope mobilizes, resources, and trains churches and other groups to conduct community outreaches to the poor and hurting, respond to disasters, and direct other compassion initiatives in the United States and around the world. During a Convoy of Hope outreach, free groceries are distributed, job and health fairs are organized and activities for children are provided.
Global Teen Challenge facilitates life transformation for people with life-controlling problems by providing guidance, training, resources and leadership worldwide. Of special interest on this site is a guide to different types of substances which are commonly abused.
The vision of Network211 is to use 21st Century technology to communicate the first-century gospel. Through the use of technology, they introduce people to Christ, help them develop in their Christian walk and to be trained for service.
Operation Whole is a ministry of evangelism, particularly in Africa, specifically utilizing the open door in the HIV/AIDS crisis. It seeks to develop ministry with related curriculum, age-appropriate handout booklets for the masses and essential tools to equip national leadership in meeting the AIDS crises in their families and communities.
Project Rescue is a ministry focused on trans-denominational aftercare of rescued women and girls. The rescue process begins when a victim is freed from the brothel and is considered complete only when she is emotionally, spiritually and physically healthy enough to begin a new life on her own. This holistic view of rescue includes providing a place of physical safety, medical care, counseling, literacy and vocational training, and spiritual development.