The Missions Ministry of Freedom Christian
Bible Fellowship is comprised of two teams:
1. The International Ministry Team
The vision of the International Ministry Team is to overcome any issues between the nearby church and worldwide missions. This is refined by instructing our gathering and urging our individuals to contribute monetarily; by building associations with our global evangelists and ministers; and via preparing all who are called under Freedom Worldwide Covenant Ministries to take an interest in the work of missions.
2. The Community Ministry Team
The vision of the Community Ministry Team is to conquer any hindrance between the nearby church and the areas of our city. This is expert by setting up the hearts of the general population in every group to get the nearby church and by advancing the neighborhood church's affectability and responsibility regarding the group through supplication, the working of connections, and the arrangement of assets.
Pastors and International Missionaries
Bishop Felix M. K. Banda
Freedom Christian Bible Fellowship
P. O. Box 2856
Blantyre, MALAWI, Central Africa
Bishop of over 40 congregations, Church Planting, Community
Development, Evangelistic Outreach
Protection for Bishop Banda as he
travels around to the 40+ churches; provision for village
water project, for a van, and for speakers, microphones,
and a keyboard
Pastor John K. Chacko
1 Am arjyothy Housing Complex
Elakodinji, South Pampady
- 686 521
Kottayam, Kerala , INDIA
Orphanages, Child Development Centers , Christian Book
Store, Church Planting, Relief Work, Evangelistic Outreach,
New chapels in Kamakshipuram, Kochu Kamakshi, Elappara; 450 youngsters in two kid advancement focuses supported by Compassion International; 60 kids in two halfway houses; ministers and staff; observer to Catholic and Hindu guardians. Group solidarity, development in missions understanding; monetary arrangement, social change, strength to share gospel
CHILD SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM
per month, sponsors can provide food, clothing, and school
supplies for a child from the Freedom Boys Home or the
Jeevan Joythi Girls Home. Please contact FCBF Church
Office at 215-477-0800 for more details.
Wesley and Jacqui Everett Forde
Windows of Hope
P. O. Box 1408
Masaka , UGANDA , Central Africa
Care of 16 children orphaned by AIDS; hospital work
with TASO (The AIDS Support Organization); Kako Prayer
Center in collaboration with Campus Crusade for Christ
and the Church of Uganda; Poultry Project
Children in school; resources to build
additional housing for the children; the search for a
director for the Prayer Center and funding for the school
Bi-Monthly Prayer Walks
conjunction with the Community Prayer Team, the Missions
Team goes out one Saturday every other month to pray
in designated communities or at a site around the city.
Recent sites included City Hall and the four corners
of the city (Broad and Cheltenham , Front and Market,
Broad and Pattison, and 63 rd and Market).
Participation in Community
Events and in the Community Outreach of Other Churches
members coordinate participation in community events
such as Community Day at Tustin Playground (60 th and
Columbia ) and neighborhood block parties, and in the
community outreach events of other churches.
Up Door-to-Door Visitations
The visitation team follows up contacts made
at community events and as a result of visiting mission
team programs. An introduction to the gospel, to Freedom,
an evaluation of needs and necessary referrals, and prayer
with the family are all done by this team.
Networking With Community
Team members meet with community
leaders and attend community meetings and give a report
on the needs of the community. This also includes other
organizations such as the Philadelphia Housing Authority.
Networking with Other Ministries
within the Church
This is comprised of team
members who are temporarily on assignment to other
teams to help in development of that team’s ministry,
such as the Evangelism Team.
to the Homeless
Under the direction
of Minister Wanda Williams, team members go out twice
monthly to minister to the homeless.
Sponsoring the Friendship
In conjunction with Congregational
Bible Church in Lancaster , PA and North East Alliance
Church in North East, PA, team members coordinate opportunities
for local families to be connected with families in
Lancaster and North East. The purpose is to broaden
the horizons of both groups and to increase fellowship
among the larger body of Christ in general.
Hosting Visiting Mission
Team members coordinate and host the visit of teams
from suburban churches which provide farm trips, service
projects, and Vacation Bible School for our communities.
Lillburn Alliance Church , Atlanta , GA ; North East
Alliance Church , Erie , PA ; and Congregational Bible
Church, Lancaster , PA , are all past visiting teams.
The Community Ministry Training
The Missions Team has developed a
seminar entitled How
to Build an Effective Community Ministry and offers
it to churches interested in developing outreach to
their local communities.
If you are interested in any of the Community Ministry
programs or in scheduling a seminar, please call the
Church Office at 215-477-0800 and leave a message for Judy
Landis, Missions Team Leader.