OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES

The Buckley Food Pantry serves Northern Michigan from Kaleva to Manton, Mesick and numerous other small towns in fly over country.  The team is proud to serve people in all situations with food staples and a heavy dose of Jesus love.  The pantry is always accepting inquiries for donations and volunteers. 

The Buckley Food Pantry is open Wednesday's from 3 to 6pm and Saturday from 9am to noon; and is located at 205 Pine St. Buckley, MI.

For more information, contact Cindy Clark
at 231-970-1458

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Freedom Builders is a local ministry that exist to equip local churches meets critical housing needs through the love of Jesus Christ. Over the last 17 years, FBM has served our communities in projects ranging from pouring foundations to replacing a roof.  Freedom Builders gives individuals the opportunity to serve in a variety of ways in their local community at any level area of experience.
For more information, contact
Skip Brown at 231-941-4171.

Hirth Family in Asia

Unlike America, most Asian cities have an extreme shortage of mental health care workers. This reality, combined with strong cultural expectations on pastors to care for their communities, has created a tremendous need for Christian counseling training in Asia.  Brandon and his family partner with Asia Biblical Theological Seminary and local churches to offer a selection of counseling courses to help empower pastors in areas of the world with less mental health resources.
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Food, clothing, life skills and family support services are just a few of the ways that Love in The Name of Christ supports local communities.  The Tabernacle partners by sharing services that help ensure that people are able to connect with the support they need in times of trial.  Focused on long term well being, Love Inc. specializes in support that helps people avoid finding themselves in need.

 
For more information, contact Love Inc. at 231-779-6047
Or visit their website at https://loveinccadillac.org 

Missionary Athletes International

Graham and Lori use the world’s most popular sport (yes soccer) to share the Gospel in areas that might otherwise not be open to faith.  A primary focus is to train “sports ministers,” to create camps and youth clubs to intentionally spread Christ both locally and internationally.  Knowing that coaches are some of the most influential people in the life of youth, they focus inpouring into lives.  International training has continued to be one of the largest areas of growth.

A culturally diverse church located in the heart Detroit, Mosaic exists toKnow Christ and make Him known.  The Church continues to grow under the care of Pastor Santes Beatty.  The beauty of this Mosaic of people is its diversity and single minded focus on Jesus seeking to do the work of the Great Commission while living out the Greatest Commandment.

For more information, contact the church at 313-505-7375 or info@mosaicmidtown.org
Or visit their website at https://www.mosaicmidtown.org
Samaritan's purse has been delivering shoeboxes packed by individuals through churches as a way to share God’s word.  Each child receives a box filled with toys and essential needs by an individual or group.  That box is transported to children in some of the most remote areas of the world with the singular goal of providing joy and an avenue for the Gospel. These boxes are often coupled with a simple gospel presentation and materials.  Many children choose to pressure a program that leads them as they become disciples of Jesus Christ.
 
For more information contact Darlene Adam at dmarnl@acegroup.cc
Or visit the website at https://www.samaritanspurse.org/ 

Outdoor Ministries

Dean is a true outdoorsman using hunting and fishing as an avenue to reach people for Christ as well as to encourage and care for local pastors. Dean has spoken at a variety of Wild Game functions including at The Tabernacle in Buckley where he boldly proclaims the name of Christ. Dean posts regular devotionals on his Facebook page and can be most easily on that page.

The Tabernacle's Manistee Campus partners with ECHO to host Safe Harbor, which is a rotating homeless shelter and offers sanctuary for homeless individuals and families during the coldest time of the year. Safe Harbor operates with the help of volunteers and donations.

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Shunem House

Located in Noblesville Indiana, The Shunem house is a respite for traveling missionaries.  Often a rare place of rest and relaxation, it is a place in which missionaries can recharge and plan for upcoming travel while staying focused on His mission.  Much like Elisha in 2 Kings, many missionaries find themselves traveling and preparing without a place of their own to rest.  Shunem Ministries shows the hospitality of the Shunemmite to weary travelers and their families.

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