As we are called, we participate in a vast network of missionaries who minister both spiritually and physically to individuals and groups in local and international humanitarian relief and spiritual ministry projects.
Even when we are not distributing our own goods, we are busy providing logistics and transport services to other ministries of the Kingdom of Christ. Our trucks, semi-trailers, pick-ups, forklift, warehouse, office space and more are gifts from God! We have been to most states in the US picking up and delivering items for other missions.
Our vision and calling is to bring the love of Jesus to the United States/Mexico border. We work in cooperation with compassion ministries on and along the border. Our prime focus has been to address the spiritual and physical needs on both the US and Mexico sides. We distribute food, water, and other relief supplies.
Inner city missions
One need not travel far from home to find people who need Jesus. We continue to be blessed with opportunities to partner with missions that serve the needy in and around metropolitan areas. We help provide food, drink, clothing, shelter and financial assistance, as well as spiritual ministry, prayer support and other services.
We also help ministries that serve the needs of inmates in jails and prisons.
We have served as ambassadors for Christ in many parts of the world. Through partnerships with ministries working in other countries, we have been able to minister on every continent . Projects involve shipping food, medical equipment, building materials, disaster relief and more by way of sea container, air freight and trucks. Sometimes we send money. Sometimes we go.
Within a day’s drive of our offices in Crawford, Texas, are Tornado Alley and hurricane and flood zones. A two-day truck drive takes us to earthquake, wildfire and mudslide disaster areas. Where we are called, we are obedient to go. We travel north, south, east and west to provide help and hope to disaster victims.
Frequently, disaster relief distribution projects take us to several pickup points en route. We often move products from one disaster site to another, as needed. There have been times when we have arrived with supplies before the storm made landfall!