Missions

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TICC is a missions church. 10% of all finances go directly to missions.  Last Sunday of the month TICC highlights various missionaries TICC supports around the globe. 

Here are a few of the missions TICC supports:

Kenya Bible School

“TICC is proud to support World Impact Bible Institute-Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. Mary Felde is the Principle of the Institute. At WIBI-Africa students grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ and of their union with Him. This leads to a restful life; leaning on Him who lives within. Students realize the reality that He is our life, our mountain-moving faith, and the One who works mightily through them. Students are launched into ministry throughout Africa. The Gospel Revolution continues through your support.”

 

 

Mary Felde - Principal

 

INDONESIA BIBLE COLLEGE & EVANGELISM OUTREACH

“TICC is proud to support World Impact Bible Institute-Indonesia in Medan, Indonesia. Susan Hoover, a graduate of WIBI-Canada is the Principle of the Institute. Ms. Hoover also conducts evangelistic outreaches throughout Indonesia. Students of WIBI-Indonesia not only learn Biblical doctrine, but get hands on training in the work of discipleship and evangelism. Indonesia is the world's largest Muslim nation, and WIBI-Indonesia trains students to reach their nation with the knowledge of Jesus Christ. A Gospel of Grace revolution is taking place in Indonesia through your support.

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3. HAITI ORPHANAGE & SCHOOL

 TICC is proud to support Radiant Life Ministries' work in the nation of Haiti. RLM is run by Dr. Betty Norris. Through this partnership, TICC supports the House of Hope Orphanage. The House of Hope orphanage has become a safe haven for many orphaned or abandoned Haitian children. Often times parents whom are unable to adequately care for their children turn to the orphanage for aid. The orphanage currently houses approximately 45 children. Also, the Foundation of Hope School is run with 18 hard-working teachers, the Foundation of Hope school educates over 300 students from kindergarten age right up to high school. Most students cannot afford the tuition, so books, food, clothing and other school supplies are provided for them.

http://www.radiantlifeplus.org/home.html