Our Global Partners
Global Child Sponsorship
Jesus calls us to care for the “least of these”. His own heart breaks for the broken and His power heals the hurt. Sponsorship is an opportunity for you and me to respond to this calling and follow in the footsteps of our Savior by caring for some of the world’s most vulnerable. When you sponsor a child, you provide a pathway to healing and restoration.
Alongside Encouragement, Inc., we support the Beulah Theological Seminary in providing Biblical training to a new generation of church planters. Undergraduate and graduate students are being equipped to spread the Gospel all across the nation of Myanmar.
Amos and Ashley Miguel are members of the Woodside Family who’ve answered God’s calling to bring His hope to the more than 40,000 immigrant refugees in Italy. Their efforts to reach Muslims with the Gospel are transforming lives, and we’re blessed to be a part of it!
Through partnership with the Kiev Theological Seminary, church leaders and planters in Ukraine are receiving sound Biblical training. These students are being equipped and mobilized to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ across the country.
Alongside Kim Smith and Wordsower Africa, we support a Bible Institute that exists to train Liberian people as missionaries and ministers to their own people. Our hope is for every Liberian village to have a healthy church, and that those churches may continue to multiply as the Gospel reaches more and more hearts.
Pastor John and Nut Phiphattharadon have dedicated their lives to bringing salvation to the Akha people of Thailand. Through our partnership, Pastor John has founded a Bible Institute that equips future church planters and a children’s home that raises up at-risk children in God’s great love for them.
Drs. Mano and Sheila Daniel are spreading the Gospel and planting churches across the country of India. We’re proud to support their mission to distribute millions of Gospel tracts each year, to fight for girls at risk of severe neglect or even gendercide, and to care for vulnerable children whose parents were lost to AIDS.