Two generations have grown up in this communist country without being able to openly practice their faith. Now government restrictions have eased and the church is experiencing tremendous growth. It is in this window of opportunity that SVCC’s global compassion is reaching out to sponsor youth camps, food programs for the elderly, and equip pastors in their evangelistic and church growth efforts. View the Blog
Homelessness, food shortage, disease and unemployment are rampant in Haiti, the poorest nation in the Western hemisphere. In partnership with Haiti Mission Evangelique and New Life for the Children, we are working to provide food, clothing and shelter for hundreds of orphans, as well as supporting local churches and pastors.
Nigeria is the largest African nation in the world with 160 million in population. This country is plagued with HIV, human trafficking of women and children, high death rate from preventable water borne diseases, rampant poverty, and persecution and martyrdom of believers.
Since 2005 SVCC has partnered with WACEM in training pastors, providing medical care, drilling wells, empowering the deaf and mute, teaching vocational skills, and other community development projects.
Well known for one of the worlds highest peaks, Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania is in the lowest 10% of the world’s economy. Yet there is hope for this predominately Muslim country through Hope of the Nations. Our partnership is making it possible for people to learn about the Kingdom of God through education, discipleship, micro-business assistance and medical care. Find out more about Hope of the Nations at