- American Indian Christian Mission: The American Indian Christian Mission was founded in 1969 out of concern for the spiritual needs of Native American people.
- Kontaktmission is involved in pioneering, church planting and training. This work is done by missionaries who are currently working in Europe and Asia. The US Director is Rob Harris and his email address is email@example.com or www.GoKMUSA.org.
- Niño's De Mexico - This is a missionary project of the Christian churches. Ninos de Mexico is engaged in the evangelism of Mexico and in extending Christ's loving care to some of the helpless victims of sin: orphaned, abandoned, and homeless children. Their ultimate purpose is reaching the lost of Mexico with the Gospel message. (Mexico has no welfare system to care for these children.)
- AZ Reservation Ministries - Dale and Diana Lawrence work with the Indians on a reservation near Globe, Arizona. They teach bible classes and do various activities with the children. They also have a church in the Globe area. Their work is rapidly growing.
- The House of Refuge-Sunnyslope - This ministry has been a source of hope and support for homeless men since 1988. HRS is a faith based Arizona non-profit organization providing shelter, transitional housing, counseling, employment, education and spiritual direction to homeless men and families in Maricopa County. The mission is to empower participants to become self sufficient, contributing citizens.
- New Birth Mexican Mission - New Birth Mexican Mission began in 1991, starting its first church in the seacoast town of Puerto Penasco, (Rocky Point) Mexico. The people of Mexico are intensely religious and very open to the Gospel. The goal of this mission is to give them the information they need to make an informed decision on accepting Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. They are also preparing, training and aiding indigenous Mexican Pastors and Lay Leaders to minister and teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to their own people in their own country of Mexico.
- Pioneer Bible Translators- Richard and Josi Ingram are former members of Cactus Christian Fellowship. They were called to the mission field and have become affiliated with Pioneer Bible Translators. The primary task of Pioneer Bible Translators is to translate the Word of God for Bible-less peoples. To accomplish this purpose they seek to translate scripture, engage in mother-tongue literacy programs, establish and strengthen congregations, equip nationals for partnership in ministry and promote indigenous scripture impact initiatives. Richard and Josi Ingram work with the support staff in Dallas, TX. Click on the following link to make a donation to Richard and Josi. Support Richard and Josi
15% of the general offering goes to support these missions and missionaries.