Oakseed assists indigenous ministries who serve abandoned children and the poor in the developing world’s largest cities, bringing the good news of Jesus in word and action.
The Pan African Christian AIDS Network is a ministry that supports other African mission agencies working with AIDS patients, orphans, and families throughout Africa. PACANET’s primary focuses are training, advocacy, and resource support. PACANET has served as a significant resource to over 800 large and small ministries across the continent. Many grandmothers have taken in 6-10 grandchildren because their own children have died from AIDS. Many local volunteers lack the funds necessary to attend much needed regional training programs.
New Life Orphanage is a ministry just outside of Kampala, Uganda which cares for 21 children ages 2-14. Joseph Nsereko, the founder of the orphanage, grew up on the streets in Kampala and was taken into an orphanage at the age of 12, where he became a Christian and had the call to begin an orphanage to help other children. New Life has recently started growing its own crops and building a shelter for chicken and goats in order to supplement their daily food needs.
Mustard Seed Orphanage provides food, housing, Christian education, discipleship, job training, and medical care for over 190 widows and orphans. Mustard Seed Orphanage consists of three orphan houses - Ebenezer House, Hosanna House, and Mustard Seed. Mustard Seed Orphanage keeps livestock and grows much of the food that is crucial to feeding the children in their care.
MISIUR seeks to improve the quality of life of the poorest children in Peru through comprehensive spiritual and physical care. MISIUR operates two after school programs that serve over 100 children and teens each day. These programs create a safe place away from gang violence where the children are fed both physically and through Bible study. MISIUR also operates “Bread of Life,” a program that offers nutritious daily lunch and a Scripture portion five days a week for approximately 500 children in the slums of Lima, Ayacucho, Moyobamba, and Trujillo.
Love Link is a Christian mission serving families from the slums of San Salvador, El Salvador. Malnourished babies, aged 1 to 18 months, are brought to the center from local hospitals. Most of the babies brought to Love Link are near death when they arrive. Love Link provides round-the-clock care for up to 25 babies at a time, nourishing them and eventually restoring them to their families. Love Link also provides outreach to their surrounding community by serving free lunches daily to over 600 kids at three children's dining rooms.
Living Tree Orphanage in Yanjiao, China (just outside of Beijing) provides a homelike atmosphere for 35 children with cerebral palsy. The Living Tree Orphanage facility is divided into three groups. The Love Home cares for an active group of children ages 4-10 with the most mobile and cognitive abilities. The Joy Home cares for a group of 10 children ages 4-16 with the most severe needs. The Peace Home cares for twelve babies and toddlers.
- Ashirvad Kanti (The Light of Blessing)
- Association for Christian Thoughtfulness
- Brazilian Baseball Association
- Fountain of Life Christian School
- Hanna Orphan’s Home
- JEAME (Jesus Loves Minors)
- Jesus’ Wind of Victory
- Light of the World
- Lily of the Valleys
- Living Tree Orphanage
- Love Link
- Mustard Seed Orphanage
- New Life Orphanage
- Pan African Christian AIDS Network
- Roblealto Child Care Association
- SACDEM (Christian Assistance Service for the Detainee and the Mentally Ill)
- Teen Ministry
- Valley of Praise Charitable Society
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