American Rehabilitation Ministries (ARM) is located in Joplin, MO.  Its primary mission is to bring the good news of salvation to those in prison.

ARM began ministering to prisoners in the United States in 1973 when there were only 234,000 people in the nation’s prison population, where it had consistently hovered since the 1940s. Today, ARM ministers domestically to more than 1.2 million people who are incarcerated in America’s 1,500 state and federal prisons, and another half-million inmates occupying the nation’s 3,200 jails.

Beginning in 2001, ARM expanded its efforts internationally, beginning with a prison in Mexico and subsequently expanding to Africa, India and Russia. Later, branch ministries were added in Cambodia, Thailand, South Korea, and the Philippines. Today, ARM takes the Gospel into jails and prison cells on six continents and it has five international branch ministry locations.


The Christian Campus House (CCH) began in August 1968, as the fulfillment of a dream of several Christian men in Columbia, MO. CCH was one of the first such student groups on the University of Missouri campus.

The Christian Campus House is a non-denominational campus ministry at Mizzou which offers opportunities for students to grow deeper in their faith. The staff and students of CCH desire to meet people where they are in their faith, whether merely seeking answers to questions or desiring to grow deeper in their knowledge of God.

CCH also offers housing for students who wish to share in a Christian atmosphere of friendship, encouragement, and support. CCH is a recognized student organization on the MU campus and a member of the Association of Campus Ministries (ACM). Though centered at the Mizzou campus, involved students may attend any of the colleges in Columbia and Moberly. We not only provide housing, but we offer a variety of opportunities for students to get involved including: A midweek worship service on campus called The Well, student service opportunities, small groups Bible studies, retreats, mission trips, and much more!


God has a purpose for your time in college. He wants you to love Him and have a relationship with Him. He wants you to love others the way Jesus loves others. He wants you to see the universe the way He sees the universe. He wants you to serve Him by serving others. He wants you to tell the world about Jesus.


God has a purpose for your time in college. He wants you to love Him and have a relationship with Him. He wants you to love others the way Jesus loves others. He wants you to see the universe the way He sees the universe. He wants you to serve Him by serving others. He wants you to tell the world about Jesus.
Whether you’re a skeptic or a saint, Christian Campus House is a place where you can get plugged into a community of college students who are discovering that purpose for their college years. Take a look around the website and see how you can get involved with CCH. We serve college-aged people in the Springfield, MO area including students from Missouri State University, Ozarks Technical College, and Drury University. Don’t waste this unique and exciting time in your life; discover your purpose.


The International Conference On Missions (ICOM) exists to encourage, equip, and enlist workers for the harvest.
Our extensive international conference serves as a connection point for global missions but we are more than a five day event.
ICOM is 365 – telling God’s stories, providing resources and uniting the world with missions!


High Hill Christian Camp and Retreat Center is a non-denominational Christian camp supported by Christian Churches/Churches of Christ of mid Missouri.  Our goal is to offer a fun, Christian atmosphere in a modern camp setting surrounded by God’s wilderness.  We strive to offer weeks of camp that will foster the spiritual growth of your child.  Our prayer is that your child will leave here with a closer relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.


eed My People was founded in 1982 by Carol and John DeGuire to meet the growing needs of the poor in South St. Louis County. “We treat each person who comes to us for help with dignity. Besides their daily needs, we try to give them hope for a brighter future, and let them know that we care and that God cares.”


The Chaplaincy Endorsement Commission (CEC), an agency of the Christian Churches and Churches of Christ, provides endorsement and pastoral care of chaplains and counselors in ministry who serve in a variety of using agencies such as the military, hospitals, prisons, and corporations.


Our page exists on Facebook to Educate about where & how God is working in the world, to Excite about what God is doing, to Encourage those serving in world mission, and to Enlist others in the mission of proclaiming God's Kingdom.


Niños de México is a non-profit mission organization directly supported by churches and individuals throughout the United States.


Located on a spacious 60-acre campus in the city of Joplin in southwest Missouri, Ozark Christian College is not far from Kansas City, Fayetteville, Branson and Tulsa. Founded as Ozark Bible College in 1942, Ozark began with only 16 students.


The mission of Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch is to provide Christian homes for abused, neglected, and other children
and to meet the spiritual, emotional, social, and physical needs of each child.


Going beyond the limits of traditional foster care, children living at Show-Me Christian Youth Home receive therapeutic benefits from specialized programs in a Christ-centered, family environment.  Working together, we help each child—physically, academically, emotionally, and spiritually—overcome the struggles of their past and prepare for a successful future.


St. Louis Christian College desires to Educate Christians and to Graduate Leaders who are equipped for service to God.


TCM International Institute develops Christian leaders through graduate education so that they can more effectively influence their churches, cultures, and countries for Christ.


Reaching the unchurched families of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia through face to face community interactions, teaching scripture classes in several public schools and leadership in a church plant in the Cameron Park neighborhood.
Allen & Marilynn have 25+ years of marriage and ministry experience that they are bringing to Australia. Allen will work on the leadership team of a local church plant, mentoring and discipling believers in their faith. Marilynn is gifted at building relationships in the community. They will both be involved in the scripture classes which are allowed in the public elementary schools each week. Pray for God to provide for and guide them as they answer God's call to reaching families for Christ in Australia. If you know of a church or individual who wants to partner with us, please send a message to Thank you.