Go therefore and make disciples of all nations
Here at Decatur Highway, we value mission work. We believe that we need to do everything that we can to reach out to the lost. In order to reach the lost, we support many works, both globally and locally. Please contact us if you have any questions on how to support these works or to recieve more information.
Honduras Missions: Por Los Ninos/Family Life Missions
A longstanding work based in Catacamas Honduras. Por Los Niños Children’s Home is in one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere. In Honduras, around 50 percent of households live in poverty, and 30 percent in extreme poverty. Most of the poor live in rural areas where over 80% live without clean water or sanitary facilities. Visit: www.porlosninos.org
Dubai Missions: Dubai Church of Christ
The church was established with 10 members in June of 2000. It is a very diverse congregation with people of all ages and from different races, cultures and religious experiences. The church now has over 500 members with six elders and 8 deacons.
India Missions: Ron Clayton
An effort headed by Brother Ron Clayton to bring the word of God and the Gospel of Jesus to the people of India. This effort provides many opportunities to the country. Visit: www.cocindia.net
Dubai Missions: Dubai School of Preaching
The school was established in 2001 in order to train young men as preachers of the gospel, so they could return to their countries to make disciples and plant churches. Since its founding, DSP has graduated over 155 students and is currently training 50 students.
India Missions: Putrela Church of Christ
The church held their first Sunday worship service in January 2010. With help, they were able to build a large building and now have 250 members. They currently are engaged in the following ministries – Ministry to Widows, Funeral Ministry, Sunday School Children’s Ministry, Poor Pregnant Women’s Ministry, India Evangelism Seminar & Bible Distributions, Mission work in tribal & tiger zone areas, Putrela Children’s Home & School and Putrela & Telangana States Schools of Preaching & Missions & Preacher’s support.
India Missions: Putrela Children’s Home & School
Began in 2007 as Kovvada Children’s Ministry. In 2000, land was purchased and the Putrela Children’s Home was established. The home was built to house 200 children and currently has 80 children in residence. PCH was established to help orphans, abused and less fortunate children in Putrela and the surrounding areas in the States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
Nigeria: School of Biblical Studies, Jos
The school was established on August 20, 1989, for the purpose of educating men and women in the work of God. The School seeks to maintain itself as an Institution that trains men and women to teach and preach the Gospel; be responsible citizens in Nigeria, and effective leaders in the Church of the Lord, in order to aid the spread of the Gospel to all the world. Visit: www.sbsjos.com
Nigeria Missions: Steve Worley
Brother Worley is an evangelist & missionary in Africa. He was instrumental in the founding of the School of Biblical Studies in Jos, Nigeria and continues to work actively with the school. When in the states, Brother Steve worships and works with the Savannah Church of Christ in Savannah, Tennessee. Contact: email@example.com
North Carolina Missions: Barton Kizer
Brother Barton Kizer and his family have moved to North Carolina to aid in spreading the gospel to that state. They hope to assist in planting new congregations of the Lord's church.
Nigeria Missions: James Ikwulono
Brother Ikwulono is from Benue state, Nigeria. He holds a B.Sc (Hons) in Chemistry from Benue State University, Makurdi; Master of Arts (New Testament) and Master of Divinity from Freed-Hardeman University Henderson, Tennessee. Ikwulono started teaching with the School of Biblical Studies Jos in January 2008, and has been serving as the examination officer. He is married to Mimi Ikwulono and they have two daughters, Debbie and Charis. Ikwulono is currently pursuing his Ph.D in New Testament with the University of Jos.
Several families from the United States moved to Cusco to spread the gospel. Through their hard work, they were able to plant a church in the heart of the city of Cusco. They concentrate their efforts on teaching the Bible to the Peruvians and developing the city through service. Cusco is a growing city that has recently reached a population status of 1,000,000 people. It is a gateway city that continues to grow, and Cusco is home to many people caught in transition and looking for hope. Please pray that God will bless the mission in Cusco. Visit: www.cuscoteam.com
Open Door Ministry
Brother Demar Elam has been the Director of the Open Door Ministry since 1990 and is also the Director of Mission Studies at Amridge University. He has preached the gospel in 41 countries of the world and continues to plant new congregations throughout New Zealand. The focus of the Open Door Ministry is to take the Gospel of Christ into areas of the world where Christ has not been preached. Areas of focus: Australia, Guyana, Iceland, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia & Ukraine. Visit: http://theopendoorministry.com/
Philippines Missions: Asian Christian University
The University is located in Urbiztondo, Philippines. It was established in 2006 and overseen by the Adairsville Church of Christ. The goal of ACU is to prepare young men to serve God by enhancing their biblical knowledge and teach them to serve. As Jesus sent out His Apostles to spread the Good News, so too does ACU with the help of many, many good Christians. Formerly the Philippine Theological Institute. The name changed, because of the regional focus of the school beyond the Philippines and growth into a university. Their hope is to prepare to serve beyond the borders of the Philippines, and reach out to others, especially the souls in China, when their doors open to evangelism. Visit: asianchristianuniversity.com
Scotland Missions: Cumbernauld Church of Christ
Brother Graham McDonald is the Minister of the Cumbernauld Church of Christ. He is a graduate of Florida School of Preaching. He has preached throughout Scotland, Northern Ireland, England, The Netherlands, Italy, Malawi & America. Cumbernauld, Scotland has a population of over 60,000. Visit: cumberlandchurchofchrist.uk
World Bible School
WBS is one of the Christian brotherhood’s most proven, cost-effective means of spreading the Gospel to a lost world! God uses WBS by linking a worldwide network of Christians, missionaries and churches to teach and reach truth-seekers, bringing them into God’s family. Everyday Christians of all ages, equipped with WBS’ Bible lessons, help teach those who want to study. They teach with printed lessons using postal mail like spiritual pen-pals. They teach with email and Web-based lessons as online friends. They provide the lessons to the students, encourage them, guide them to respond to the Gospel, and help put them in touch with loving Christians near them. Visit: worldbibleschool.org
Alabama Missions: Eutaw Church of Christ
We support the Eutaw Church of Christ in partnership with the Cottondale Church of Christ. The Eutaw Church of Christ was established in April 2001, with the help of several sister congregations in the area. The city of Eutaw is located in the Black Belt Region of Greene County in west central Alabama. It is the county seat of Greene County. The population is just under 3,000.
Alabama Missions: Chatom Church of Christ
We support Chatom Church of Christ in Chatom, Alabama. Chatom is the county seat of Washington County in south west Alabama. The population in approximately 1,200. Visit: https://sites.google.com/site/chatomchurchofchrist
"For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost."
Agape of Central & North Alabama
The agency’s mission statement reads: As a ministry of Jesus Christ, Agape is devoted to providing, preserving and protecting families so every child will have a safe and nurturing environment in which to grow. This mission has led Christians through Agape to serve more than 2000 children through foster care, and more than 250 children through the permanency of a Christian adoptive family. Hundreds of pregnant women in crisis have been counseled by Agape staff to choose life for their unborn child, and to make the best choice for their future and the baby’s future. With counseling having been added during the late 1980’s, thousands of lives have been touched in His name through this service. Visit: www.agapeforchildren.org
The Childhaven ministry is made up of the following programs for children in need: Residential Care, Foster Care, Transitional Living Program (Vocational/Technical Training), Independent Living, College Program, The Genesis Project & Family Care / Continuum of Care.. Childhaven is committed to sharing God’s love with children andfamilies by providing opportunities for growth in life and in Christ. Visit: www.childhaven.com
Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort
The Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort Inc. immediately responds to any major natural disaster in the continental United States by sending truckloads of emergency food, water, cleaning and other supplies. The aid is distributed though local Church of Christ congregations to disaster victims in need. Throughout this organization’s history, we have shipped approximately $135 million worth of food, cleaning supplies, clothing, beds, furniture, and appliances to disaster victims in need due to severe storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, earthquakes, and the attack of the twin towers on 9/11. In 2005, a record $16.3 million worth of goods were sent to victims of natural disasters, the year Hurricane Katrina hit the gulf coast. In 2012, more than $6.5 million worth of supplies were shipped. Visit: www.disasterreliefeffort.org
Rainbow Omega is a faith-based, non-profit organization located in Eastaboga, Alabama that provides residential and vocational programs for adults with developmental disabilities. The vision of the founders was to provide a sheltered community for adults with developmental disabilities and to provide parents an answer to the question "What will happen to my child when I can no longer provide care in my home?" Visit: www.rainbowomega.org