Sign up to participate in 40 Days of Water this year and provide clean water for our friends in Africa. Make tap water your only beverage February 22nd through April 7th, save the money you would have spent and donate it to Blood:Water Mission’s clean water projects in Uganda. By giving up one $3 latte in the morning for 40 days, you can provide clean water to a family of six for 15-20 years! Make your Lent season count this year.
WAY-FM airs on over 100 radio stations nationwide, reaching over 800,000 weekly listeners. WAY-FM uses culturally relevant media to influence this generation to love and follow Jesus.
A collaboration with Humble Beast Records, Tyndale House Publishing, and GRIP, Streetlights is an urban audio Bible that combines the living Word of God with eclectic hip-hop beats. Confronting the widespread illiteracy among urban youth, the project was launched as a tool to assist young people in understanding and studying the Bible. Chapter by chapter, multiple voices unleash the truths of Scripture over a dynamic score inspired by the cultures of the inner city.
The Marin Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit that works to build bridges between the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community and the Church through scientific research, biblical and social education, and diverse community gatherings. Their unique approach strategically partners with conservative and progressive religious entities and the LGBT community to make a sustainable difference in today’s religious and secular cultures. The Marin Foundation seeks to shift what is currently seen as the acceptable medium of cultural engagement—the polarizing back-and-forth, win-lose rhetoric—onto elevating the conversation through a worldview of engagement that all might experience dignity, love and reconciliation with faith and each other.
YouthHOPE exists to transform the lives of global youth by equipping the church to meet their holistic needs. We partner with local churches around the world to minister to and to equip them to minister to youth. We also focus on mobilizing people to go, live incarnationally, and work among the youth in need around
Plant With Purpose reverses deforestation and poverty around the world by transforming the lives of the rural poor. Plant With Purpose has been breaking this vicious cycle since 1984 by changing it into a victorious cycle of environmental restoration, economic empowerment, and spiritual renewal in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Tanzania, Burundi, Mexico, and Thailand.
To provide hope and care for the 15 million children orphaned by AIDS.
Hoops of Hope is the world’s largest free throw marathon all for a great cause. Participants are signing up to shoot thousands of free throws and through sponsorship, raise money and awareness for the thousands of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS each day.
Hoops of Hope has raised over $2.5M and has funded the building of a high school in Twachiyanda, Zambia, a medical building and counseling center in Sinazongwe, Zambia, a medical clinic in Chilala, a water project in Kenya, two hope centers in Swaziland, and four dormitories and a computer lab at the school.
Our next goal is to provide housing for the staff at the school. Right now, they’re sleeping in the classrooms. We are also working on completing a second computer lab at another school 2 hours south. Finally, we are hoping to be able to provide food for 1500 children in Malawi for the next year.
For more info or to register, log onto www.hoopsofhope.org.
You don’t have to shoot on a specific date. Hoops of Hope events are taking place all throughout 2012.
Be a difference maker…sign up today at www.hoopsofhope.org.