RMCA seeks to glorify Jesus Christ by partnering with parents in educating students to lead our community and fulfill the Great Commission.
At RMCA, we want every student equipped with all the tools necessary to lead a life of significance and be a positive force in the world for the rest of their life.
The Lord has allowed us to speak in 68 countries and 46 states the last
27 years. We are available to minister in your city, state or country as
the Lord leads you. We speak in churches, schools, colleges,
universities, student rallies, prisons, singles events, and summer
camps, and in the streets 1 on 1 or wherever the Lord opens the doors.
Harvesters engage indigenous, qualified pastors, who we call Hub-leaders
and who have an evangelical heart, with high regard for Scripture and a
passion for the Great Commission; and trains them in evangelism,
discipleship, rapid multiplication church planting and pastoral
- Promote the gospel of Jesus Christ and evangelistic efforts
- Promote and the awareness of evangelical Christian missions, especially medical missions
- Promote and support medical missions, missionaries, mission facilities, mission agencies, and other charitable organizations with similar goals with finances, personnel and recruitment efforts.
- Promote and support surgical education in the developing world
Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry (ABCCM) is one of the key non-profit organizations addressing poverty, hunger, homelessness and access to health care for the under-served in Buncombe County, serving annually around 21, 764, or 1 in 12 persons in 2019. Begun as a small collaboration of churches in 1969, ABCCM has played a significant role in meeting emergency assistance needs for families in crisis, coordinating religious services and education activities at the jail, providing transitional and permanent supportive housing of the homeless through 300 beds, increasing access to health care for half the uninsured and medically underserved; as well as work readiness, mentoring and job placement services. We serve veterans across 26 WNC counties.
The Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS) is a strategic
response to the need for surgeons in Africa. We are a
non-denominational, multinational service organization training African
physicians to become surgeons who are willing to remain in Africa to
meet this need. PAACS also disciples these residents to share the love
and gospel of Jesus Christ with their patients. The surgical and
spiritual training of these residents is offered at several
well-established evangelical mission hospitals in Africa, under the
direction of experienced, board certified missionary surgeons. visit website
The offering was started in 1895 by Woman's Missionary Union® (WMU) to
benefit the work of the Home Mission Board (now North American Mission
Board). In 1934, it was named in honor of Annie Armstrong, a bold
missions advocate and WMU's first national executive leader. Today, more
than $1 billion has been donated by Southern Baptist churches and
individuals to support thousands of missionaries in church planting and
compassion ministries. Because of this sacrificial giving, millions of
lives have been and continue to be transformed by the power of the
gospel. visit website
Discover how SEND can help you get to the mission field and thrive in life and ministry. SEND comes alongside missionaries and their churches to send well so that missionary teams can make a lasting impact.
The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to provide God’s love in a
tangible way to children in need around the world, and together with the
local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.