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.
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.
Lily of the Valleys in Catanduva, Brazil is a Bible-based residential drug and alcohol care program, helping teen girls and women escape the prison of addiction and find freedom in Christ. Lily of the Valleys emphasizes the gospel in their treatment programs, believing only an encounter with Jesus can truly free addicts from their spiritual and physical prisons.
Light of the World serves the poor of Nagpur, India in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Light of the World operates multiple churches, a school that provides nursery to primary level education for children unable to afford to get into the local schools, and a vocational center that teaches tailoring, dress design and computer science. Light of the World has also recently started a slum mentorship program that has already reached over 150 children.
JEAME (an acronym for Jesus Loves Minors) conducts evangelistic services in 11 juvenile detention centers in Sāo Paulo, Brazil, reaching 1400 teenagers each week. JEAME is located a couple of blocks from a drug-infested area of Sāo Paulo named “Cracolândia” (roughly “crack town”). JEAME conducts regular street evangelistic efforts and prayer walks through Cracolândia. Follow-ups from these efforts include both Christian discipleship and vocational training.
Hanna Orphan’s Home cares for children, most of whom have tragically lost their parents to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. HOH’s main program involves caring for and raising 51 orphans among eight different family settings, each with a house mother, who is employed to live with and to take care of the children. Their secondary program involves providing support services to over 200 vulnerable children in their community. Children in both programs are enrolled in school and go to Hanna Orphan’s Home after school each day, where they receive a daily meal and participate in Bible studies.
Fountain of Life Christian School serves over 450 children in the impoverished area of Juan Tomás, Dominican Republic. The caring teachers in this close-knit community create an environment of safety, dedicated not only to the pursuit of excellence in education but even more importantly, to help students come to a personal saving knowledge of Christ. "The school is a model to the unbelieving community around it, in Juan Tomás, and throughout the region, by the publicity they receive and the testimony they have. They are led by capable, accountable, spiritually mature men and women." – Dr. Rick ...
- Ashirvad Kanti (The Light of Blessing)
- Brazilian Baseball Association
- Fountain of Life Christian School
- Hanna Orphan’s Home
- Jars of Oil Mission Africa
- JEAME (Jesus Loves Minors)
- Kenya Needy Orphans and Children
- Light of the World
- Lily of the Valleys
- Love Never Fails
- Love Link
- Mission Bethel
- Morning Light
- Mustard Seed Orphanage
- Reformed Heart Orphans Center
- Teen Ministry
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