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.
Ministério JEAME conducts evangelistic services in 13 juvenile detention centers in São Paulo, Brazil, reaching 1,000 teenagers each week. JEAME is located blocks from a drug-infested area of São Paulo named Cracolândia. JEAME conducts regular street evangelism and prayer walks through the neighborhood. Follow-ups from these efforts include Christian discipleship and vocational training.
In 2021, JEAME opened a community center to minister to teens released from prison. The center allows JEAME to support teens in new ways. JEAME provides a barber training program where newly released teens can learn job skills. As the ministry continues to grow, JEAME hopes to launch a professional bakery course for teenagers at Centro Rio Tâmisa. These new job skill programs impact the lives of teens by providing a source of income, community connection, and an encounter with God.
Fountain of Life Christian School (FLCS) serves over 450 children in the impoverished area of Juan Tomás, Dominican Republic. The teachers in this close-knit community create an environment of safety, are dedicated to excellence in education, and share Jesus with students.
Brazilian Baseball and Softball Association (ABBS) shares the gospel using baseball with at-risk children of São José dos Campos, Brazil. Children from the favelas (slums) attend the weekly baseball skill training program. Families learn how to apply God’s Word to their lives through participating in weekly Bible studies. Kids form safe, Christ-centered friendships within this “baseball family.”