Ministry Partners

Our Ministry Partners

Empowering Lives International

Poverty, due to lack of skills, and in many cases fueled by addiction to alcohol, grabs hold of a home and can turn parents into depressed tyrants and children into neglected servants only good for fetching water or firewood. Fueled by your partnership, God is bringing new hope to families in such a way that even government officials are taking notice and commenting, “We have never seen a program bring such dramatic change to our villages.”

God has been pointing the way and opening doors to expand a Spirit-led movement that is empowering lives in villages throughout East Africa. HOPE is igniting!

Black Sheep: Harley-Davidsons for Christ

Harley-Davidsons for Christ was born out of a burden and vision to take the Gospel where it was not well known. In 1999, there were more than a dozen Christian motorcycle organizations in Southern California and yet all would recognize that they were ther not involved with or effective with Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.). While some groups were spending most of their time and efforts with outlaws, prison ministry and drug recovery groups, other organizations were involved with starting churches and serving the greater motorcycle community. While all of these are good and noble approaches to ministry, the largest motorcycle organization in the world (2 milion) was still going unreached by the greater Christian community.

Dream Center of Lake Elsinore & HOPE Food Pantry

The Dream Center is a volunteer-driven organization that finds and fills the needs of individuals and families in our community.

They do this by connecting isolated people to God and a community of support through regular service projects & neighborhood events, promoting freedom from life-controlling issues, offering practical life skills training, and fostering deep spiritual growth.

The HOPE Food Pantry proudly serves the residents of Lake Elsinore and surrounding communities that lie within the boundaries of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District (LEUSD). LEUSD covers more than 144 square miles and serves K-12 students in the cities of Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, and Wildomar, and several unincorporated Riverside County communities, including Lakeland Village and Horsethief Canyon.

Canning Hunger

Canning Hunger is a national organization dedicated to the local community. Our network of thousands of individuals and organizations has resulted in millions of meals for hungry kids and their families in all 50 states.

Canning Hunger supports food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, recovery homes, and other organizations that serve the poor and needy.

The mission of Canning Hunger is to motivate, recruit, train, equip, and deploy a network of individuals and organizations to join us in the fight against hunger in America.

Eden Reforestation Project

Every day, working in some of the world’s most remote and politically unstable places, they overcome challenges with grit, relentlessness, creativity, and an unwavering commitment to our mission to plant trees and save lives.

Today, they operate in nine project nations, plant nearly a million trees per day, and maintain planting levels even when faced with civic unrest, extreme weather, wild animals, or other disruptions. As they restore the forest canopy, leaf litter, water, and wildlife return, and nature begins to heal. Meanwhile, communities that are facing extreme poverty are given new opportunities at economic self-sufficiency, improved health, and education.

The Praxis Center for Church Development

We believe that deep within your heart is a passion to see God’s Kingdom extended. We can talk with great fervor about the mission and even execute wonderful marketing schemes that boldly declare our message, but still lose sight of the one element that is meant to drive the Mission – LOVE for God which results in a LOVE for people. God is looking for a people whose eyes are wet, who have hearts that are broken and knees that are bent.

The Praxis Center mission is to re-orient pastors and leaders around what we call the “Irreducible Core” of Christianity, namely:

•Loving God (Matthew 22:37-28)

•Loving Others as yourself (Matthew 22:39)

•Making disciples as you go (Matthew 28:19)

Jesus made it clear with the two Great Relationships that we are to love God with all of our hearts and love our neighbors as ourselves. From these two Great Relationships we find the Great Commandment which tells us that as we go make disciples of all nations. From the Great Commandment the Bible makes it clear that we are to do this together as the Great Community (Acts 2:42-47).