The Mission Society provides global missionary support through missionary recruiting, missionary training and equipping church leaders and others to lead international and short-term mission trips. Based in Norcross, GA, The Mission Society was originally formed to support Methodist missionaries, but now works with a variety of Wesleyan denominations offering missionary training, missionary seminars, missionary workshops and church leadership training throughout the United States and around the world.
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Mission Society missionaries coordinate dozens of projects associated with their ministries on the field. Whether drilling fresh water wells in a remote region of Ghana or providing school fees for a child in Paraguay, there are many projects to fit any interest. Donations to these projects are separate from a missionary’s normal budget and are used solely for the ministry specified.

Agrimissions was founded by Larry Williams, Global Resource Director, and seeks to use the talents and skills of agricultural specialists to help people throughout the world to improve the conditions in which they live.
The Pereiras live in Hyderabad, India where they work with Hope for Today. The Pereiras established the Alpha Homes as a safe place for widows and their children to reside. In these homes, they are provided with...
The Pereiras established the Alpha Schools for children who do not have the opportunity to go to school due to family circumstances. Many are forced to work from an early age to help provide for their family. The...
Anne Gongwer began the Ankaase Literacy Program, enabling many Ghanaians of all ages to learn how to read and write in their native tongue. In 2006, Anne founded the Reading Town Library in Ankaase. It is the only...
Ankaase Methodist Faith Healing Hospital is a model facility and provides medical care for the more than 10,000 residents in the immediate area and for those in surrounding towns and villages. It serves as a catalyst...
CenterForm offers an answer to the growing tension between Christians wanting to respond to the hurting world around them and the increasing difficulty people have in effectively connecting with that world. Missional...
The Church of the Living Vine was planted by Mission Society missionaries in Kazakhstan in 1994. It has been fully under local leadership since 2008.
The Community Health Evangelism (CHE) program is a multifaceted, community-based approach to ministry that addresses the needs of the whole person – physical, spiritual, emotional, and social.
Crosspoint Global Health (CGH) is a collaborative health outreach in developing countries. CGH is organized to work alongside local churches for transforming communities into healthier places to live. They enlist Christian...
Martin and Tracy Reeves are Mission Society missionaries who have served in Trujillo, Peru since 2004. El Milagro is an impoverished barrio of northern Trujillo. There are two main sites (churches) within the barrio...
More than 40% of Ghanaians do not have access to potable water or adequate sanitation. This lack leads directly to waterborne disease and can result in death, especially among children and the aged. Mary Kay Jackson,...
Good Shepherd Children's Home was founded by Pastor Simon Thou Mwaura and his wife, Lucy. It is part of the comprehensive ministry of God's Grace for All Nations (GGFAN). The home is the residence for 61 children...
God’s Grace for All Nations (GGFAN) was founded by Kenyan pastor, Rev. Simon Thuo Mwaura with a mission to make the gospel more accessible to Kenya’s 22 unreached and least-reached tribes (3.0 million people). Currently,...
The Kenyan Orphans Feeding Program provides food to the orphans in the Life for Children Ministry program. There are two harvests a year in Kenya, and what is grown is often insufficient due to frequent droughts...
The Kenyan Orphans School Support project provides needed funds to Hempfield Academy. Hempfield is a private, Christian school that was founded, in part, due to Mission Society missionary Julie Campbell. Hempfield is...
The Mission Society is partnering with a local church and an indigenous ministry in Kosovo to reach into that community for Christ.
Jim and Angela Beise founded La Fonderie "to value, encourage, inspire, and embolden Christians working in the arts." The ministry has three distinct areas: artist gatherings such as targeted discipleship, weekend retreats,...
Lawra Health Program provides much needed food, clothing and supplies to orphans and vulnerable children in the Upper West Region of Ghana, the poorest area of the country. School uniforms, supplies, and fees are...
Michael and Lolla coordinate the ministries of “Life for Children Ministry,” which Michael founded. Life for Children Ministry is a ministry with a passion and a heart for offering hope and new life to orphans of...
Responding to a need for more widely available medical care in remote regions of Paraguay, The Mission Society sent a Mobile Medical Clinic to assist with health care demands. The Clinic is equipped with a pharmacy...
More Than Enough is a ministry focused on vulnerable children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. More Than Enough supports indigenous leaders in that nation to further develop what they are already doing to...
Missionaries working in Paraguay began the Paraguay School Project in order to keep children off of the street while their parents are at work. Several schools are now included in the initiative and are supported by individuals and churches.
In South Sudan, the adult illiteracy rate is very high and radio broadcasts serve as a major means of education and outreach on all subjects. Especially out in the villages, families have no means of communication...
The Special Medical Funds project was designed to provide financial assistance for persons with serious, unusual medical conditions that require advanced medical evaluation and care. These conditions cannot often be treated...
The H.T. and Alice Maclin Mission Training Institute is held annually. Its purpose is to train Mission Society missionaries, as well as other nationals who seek to be more fruitful in cross-cultural ministry among...
Life for Children's Ministry (LCF) is active in several towns in Kenya, caring specifically for AIDS orphans in the area. Julie Campbell, a missionary with The Mission Society who works with LCF, recently planted...
The Bakers started drilling water wells in Honduras in the 1990’s. In 2002, they began the Water Well Project in Paraguay, South America, drilling and installing water wells at churches, church camps, and other locations...