Local & Domestic Missions
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) of Greene County
The IHN started hosting the homeless families in The Schneider House of Hope starting June 27, 2010. The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County is a nonprofit ministry committed to uniting the religious community in Greene County to provide shelter, meals and assistance to homeless families. Our mission is to reach out as messengers of God, reflecting His unconditional love with compassion and acceptance, providing help, hope and a safe haven for our guests while they seek permanent employment and affordable housing
Christian Children's Home of Ohio (CCHO)
Christian Children's Home of Ohio has been the hands and feet of Jesus to children and families across Ohio for 45 years. From our humble beginnings in 1969, when we operated one foster home to our expansive organization today, hundreds of deserving kids and adults are served at any given time by our professional staff of 150 employees.
The organization was founded by concerned, caring individuals who wanted to bring Christ to bear on at-risk children and dysfunctional families.
Our mission remains central to all that we do: to bring healing to hurting children and families in Jesus' name.
The Deaf Institute
The Deaf Institute was founded over 40 years ago in Cincinnati, OH. The Mission of the Deaf Institute is to present the Good News of Jesus Christ to deaf and hard of hearing people. The Deaf need the gospel presented in a way which fits their own unique culture and language. This involves direct contact, training of deaf and hearing leaders, and helping new and established deaf ministries and churches. Hearts and lives can be changed through God’s love.
Butler Springs Christian Camp & Retreat Center
Butler Springs Christian Camp & Retreat Center- For over 60 years, this camp has faithfully served the churches of the Restoration Movement from areas in, near, or around Dayton, Cincinnati, Chillicothe, Columbus, northern Kentucky, and other towns in Southwest Ohio. Butler Springs began as a week-long, all age camp. Today it is an all year, multifaceted camp and retreat center
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