Lydia's Home is a residential, faith-centered recovery program for women in Summit County. Lydia's Home is an outreach of Broken Chains Ministry.
Safe Families for Children began in 2003 in Chicago. Our goal is to engage families via faith communities to open their homes to care for vulnerable children. We desire to help families before a major crisis hits with the hope that we can keep families intact, minimize children entering foster care, and reduce abuse and neglect.
Abby Reichenbach is on staff with Cru, serving college students at Capital University and Wright State University. Abby leads weekly discipleship groups and Bible studies, as well as facilitates trips for Fall Retreat, Winter Conference, and Spring Break.
Heartline Ministries works to strengthen Haitian families and prevent children from becoming orphans through initiatives that empower Haitians with maternal and infant health care, education, vocational training, economic development, and Christian outreach.
The Baptist Theological School in Novi Sad, Serbia works to equip a new generation of Christ-focused leaders in the Balkans. BTS provides a four year undergraduate degree for students and missionaries, as well as equipping seminars for local churches.
Scott and Oksana Sobie live in Balki, Ukraine. They are currently displaced from their home and working in Zaporozhye, where they can serve churches and minister to fellow refugees on the front lines who have also fled their homes during the current conflict.
Lance and Ruth Baker live in Chiang Mai, Thailand. They are developing an internship program for young adults (Inspire) to serve missionary families in Thailand through homeschooling support and leadership.