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Hands of Honor (a ministry of CAMA) provides literacy, health, and life-skills training to young women ages 12–19. As domestic workers, these at-risk girls live in strangers’ homes and are far away from their families.

Casa Elizabeth provides housing and resources for pregnant girls ages 11–18. Most are pregnant because of abuse from relatives and are placed in Casa Elizabeth through child protective services.

Agape International Missions (AIM) helps rescue, restore, and reintegrate survivors of sex trafficking. AIM Restoration Home gives 50 girls the opportunity to heal, learn new skills, and experience the love of Jesus in everyday life.

Ina-Inakay Center, Inc., helps women released from prison to find small apartments and temporary jobs. Inakay hasinvested in a muscovado sugar manufacturing business as one employment option for the women.

The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach
good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim
freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners (Isaiah 61:1).

Please consider these projects for your Kingdom investment and
partner with Great Commission Women. Your tax-deductible
donation can be made by check to: The Christian and Missionary
Alliance. Please write “GCW Project” in the memo line.
The Christian and Missionary Alliance
Attn: Donor Services
8595 Explorer Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

*Your gift to the GCW National Project will support these four initiatives (63%), the work of U.S. Multicultural Ministries (20%), the ministry of Great Commission Women (13%), and the Great Commission Fund (4%). an auxiliary ministry of THEALLIANCE |

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Adoption Program
Every child of an Alliance International Worker is "adopted" by an Alliance Church. Our district participates in this ministry by caring for the children of our District International Workers with cards, gifts, and prayer.

Outfit Assistance
Alliance International Workers are given outfit assistance by their home districts in the form of a money gift designed to help provide them with household and personal items for each term of service.

Work Guide Projects
The details for the collection and processing of these projects are set forth in the Annual Work Guide that is available on this site.

District Ministry Closet (Formerly Linen Closet)
This closet, located at District office, provides our International Workers with free supplies to take overseas. Currently needed are twin size mattress pads, queen size mattress pads, twin sheet sets (solid colors, preferably dark), bath towels, hand towels, and wash cloths in dark colors. If you wish to donate, you can either send your items with someone coming to the District office or bring to to our One Day Conference.

Berlin Guest Home
We are in need of bedding: 2 or 3 queen-sized mattresses, 4-6 single sheet sets and pillows, 6 duvets and the covers. Pray that this guest house will remain a blessing in the lives of both the refugees and other visitors. Due to shipping expenses, it is more economical to send funds to purchase these readily available goods in Germany than to mail these items to them. Feel free to mail any check or cash donations to the District Office. Make check payable to: Midwest District Women's Ministries and note on meo line: Berlin Guest House Fund. Mail to: Mrs. Kathie Rich, Midwest District C&MA, 260 Glen Ellyn Road, Bloomingdale, IL 60108. To see more about the Berlin Guest Home, click here.

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