Bethel is pleased to support various missionaries and mission organization around the world. Below is a summary of those we currently support with links to their web sites were applicable. In the future we will also be providing a link so that you can download their latest newsletter.
Black Buffalo Global Missions has been around for many years. Ray “Black Buffalo” Wilson chartered Black Buffalo Trails with North American Indian Missions, Inc. in 1976. As of April 3, 2006, Ray has passed the directorship of these ministries to his son, Ray “White Buffalo” Wilson Jr. and his wife Gayle. In June of 2007, the board officially changed the name to Black Buffalo Global Ministries, to better reflect their vision of reaching native people all over the world.
Black Buffalo Global Ministries is involved in missions work in United States, Mexico, Central America, and Columbia. The ministries has two children’s homes in Creel, Mexico and in Leticia, Columbia. BBGM has also been involved in building churches on the Amazon River as well as providing medical needs for hundreds along the river. For many years, BBGM has brought semi truck loads of food, clothing, and many other practical items to the Tarahumara Tribe in Mexico.
Rev. Frank Jeulich is a missionary with the PAOC and is the Founder of Prem Sewa Shikshan Sangh and its director. The Society, Prem Sewa Shikshan Sangh, was established in October 1981, at the behest of Rev. Frank M Juelich. The Society purchased 17.75 acres of land in 1982 at Gorewada Basti, Nagpur to develop it into a home for poor children. The hostel, “Kalpana” Bhavan had its beginning in a hut which initially housed ten students, and three staff including the Rev. whom everybody calls Bhaisahib. Under his guidance the hostel then developed into what it is now, a home for over 1000 boys.
In 1987 they started their primary school. The girls’ home was established in 1992. In December 1994 Mr. Yohan Raut became President of the society. In December 2004 Mr. Bapu Desai was appointed Administrator of the hostels and in November 2007, as the Managing Director. Both Mr. Raut and Mr. Desai are a product of the home. In the year 2007, celebrated 25th anniversary.
Gary and Cathy Heinricks currently serving in Costa Rica. Their family visited the area and felt God calling them to work alongside National pastors providing leadership and ministry training and development.
Gleanings for the Hungry, Rod and Colleen Lawrence
Gleanings is a part of Youth With A Mission (YWAM), producing over 50 million servings of delicious and healthy dried soup mix each year. Each summer they process and dry fresh peaches – enough to fill about 10 sea containers. They also produce hand-made warm quilts as well – several thousand each year.
Rod supervises truck maintenance and woodworking, as well as overseeing ministry to their backpackers. Colleen is on the leadership team, and is kitchen manager. They have been working at Gleanings since May of 2005.
Tim Schindel ministers in Victoria as Chaplain to Political Leaders: The ministries goals are:
- To see key government, business and community leaders come into a meaningful and personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
- To build a prayer network that is focused on praying daily for MLA‘s
- To provide credible ministry to those who serve in the political arena
- To inspire local churches to involve themselves in ministry to those who serve their communities
Networks Ministries is an referral-based outreach of Bethel Pentecostal Church that aims to help provide relief and support for those in our community who are facing difficult times. It is our hope that anyone who comes through our doors will feel that they have found a safe place to get the help they need. Networks provides a free Food Pantry, Thrift Store, Furniture, bi-weekly Good Food Box program, counselling, and more.
Heritage Heights – Bethel Senior Citizens Housing Society
In 1980 Bethel Senior Citizens Housing Society was established for the purpose of planning and constructing a seniors housing facility. That project was started in June 1981, the first tenants moved in December 1981, and construction was completed in February 1982. The official opening was held in March, 1982.
For more information visit heritageheightsdc.ca
The Ark is a Christian youth centre in Dawson Creek. The Ark began in 1989 and has been in operation for over 21 years. Their mandate is to create an exciting environment and to provide a positive, affordable alternative where all kids are valued and can participate. The target age range is between six and eighteen years
The Ark currently averages 200 kids on any given week during the winter months. Their summer programs attract more than 40 youth (ages 12-18).
Bethel is pleased to support this outreach into our community. For more information check out their web site.
The PPSC is a faith-based non-profit organization. We provide non-judgemental, compassionate support and information on all pregnancy options to anyone regardless of their religious beliefs, lifestyle, gender identification, sexual orientation, or any other arbitrary circumstance.