AG Crisis Response provides funds for the most urgent relief needs in the more than 200 countries and territories in which Assemblies of God World Missions works. More than 2,500 U.S. missionaries minister within a network of more than 270,000 local congregations throughout the world.
Asia’s Little Ones is a Christian nonprofit childcare relief organization that assists at-risk children in the Asia Pacific region by providing funding and resources for compassion and humanitarian projects. Asia’s Little Ones has been in operation since 1991 and is under the direction of the Asia Pacific region of Assemblies of God World Missions.
Convoy of Hope, a nonprofit organization, serves in the United States and around the world providing disaster relief, building supply lines and sponsoring outreaches to the poor and hurting in communities. During a Convoy of Hope outreach, free groceries are distributed, job and health fairs are organized, and activities for children are provided.
Global AIDS Partnership, a specialty team of the International Ministries of Assemblies of God World Missions, functions as a resource and response team for all regions of the world that request assistance with HIV/AIDS initiatives. The team promotes best practice by assisting in consultation with nationals and missionaries in assessment, program design, implementation, and evaluation of HIV/AIDS interventions. The team searches for and produces tools that best meet the requests of the regions. Select members of the team provide medical, technical, and health expertise, when requested.
The ministry name, OneHope, reflects the desire to present the Living Word of God in an engaging way to children and youth all over the world. Jesus Christ is the only hope for eternity, and when we present Him to the next generation, lives are transformed. The mission of OneHope is to affect destiny by providing God’s eternal Word to all the children and youth of the world.
Project Rescue has established a number of Homes of Hope in India and Nepal, with plans to expand to other nations. In these homes, young women and girls who have been caught in the sex trade find freedom and ministry.
Teen Challenge, started by David Wilkerson in 1958, is one of the oldest and most successful substance abuse rehabilitation program of its kind. Teen Challenge ministers to people whose lives have been overtaking by addiction and life controlling problems.
U.S. missionaries work throughout the United States to serve high-need and at-risk populations. The U.S. Missions Resource & Research Center hosts a website of resources and information for a variety of compassionate ministries here in the U.S.A., including ministry to the poor and homeless, orphans and foster children, persons with disabilities, persons struggling with addictions, prisoners and their families, and persons being trafficked.