In addition to our main programs in Ethiopia, Pakistan, and South Sudan, ICCM supports strategic ministries in other countries:
Supporting Jesse and Gypsi Town in church planting. When the tsunami hit in 2011, Jesse went to help, having grown up in Japan and speaking the language, and they decided to stay. We support them with administrative services and prayers.
We provide relief assistance to victim of disasters, such as typhoons, floods, and warfare, especially to those who have been overlooked by other relief services in their areas. We help with funds for loans for micro-enterprises and for students in order to break the cycle of poverty.
We help widows, orphans and other vulnerable people in practical ways to become independent. The women are taught crafts and other income-generating skills in order to earn money and become self-sufficient.
(Canadian Donors only)
CPMI – Church Planters
We coordinate with CPMI that has over 25 church plants, some of which have become independent. We support two individuals, who minister to the seekers among a Muslim community. They’ve been able to share the gospel and have led some to Christ. CPMI currently has 25 churches/church plants under administration and have also been able to see churches become independent from CPMI. Total churches that have been planted since 2000 now number close to 40.