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What Christian charities help evangelize people?

Discussion in 'Missions, Evangelism & Witnessing' started by Ashley755, Feb 20, 2022.

  1. Ashley755

    Ashley755 Member

    United States
    I’ve been wanting to donate to a good Christian charity of late. In truth, I want to donate to one that specializes in evangelizing the lost. Anyone know of any legit programs to donate to that do this?
    God bless!
  2. disciple Clint

    disciple Clint Well-Known Member

    United States
    I donate to the local missions that house, feed, and provide the word for those in need.
  3. Tolworth John

    Tolworth John Well-Known Member Supporter

    United Kingdom
    They are called Missionary Societies. Talk to your minister about those your church supports, if it doesn't ask why not and change church to one that does obey Jesus's command to go into all the world.
    Here in the UK there are missionary organisations like ' London Ciy mission' that evangelises London, do some on line research there probable are US missionary groups reaching American cityzens in America.
  4. actionsub

    actionsub Sir, this is a Wendy's...

    United States
    Charitable work and evangelism don't always mix well. There's always the potential of manipulation, both on the charity and the recipient to conflate a conversion with receiving assistance. On the foreign field, the phenomenon was called "wheat Christians": people who "converted" believing they'd starve otherwise.
    As the director of a charitable ministry, I struggle with the fact that I don't have a lot of opportunity to preach the gospel in carrying out my job.
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  5. Inhocsigno

    Inhocsigno Junior Member

    Agreed, the local missions tend to be the most connected with the community dynamic, and most willing to get involved and help in this way.
  6. disciple Clint

    disciple Clint Well-Known Member

    United States
    And most of the money goes to helping people and not to private fund raising services who take a cut before anything actual gets to the the people serving the needs.