Living Springs Missionaries & Organizations 

Gentle Hands

Gentle Hands Orphanages for children of the Philippines . Monthly Donation $500.00

At Gentle Hands we are able to fulfill our mission through generous and faithful supporters like you. Your charitable donation helps us provide a safe, happy and healthy Christ-centered home for babies and children of the Philippines who might be otherwise left on the street hungry and alone without a supportive and guiding hand. Through your donation you are able to contribute to the fundamental needs of a child, specifically in the area of nutrition, education and medical programs.

YWAM: Alyssa & Ben Pegg

YWAM, Alyssa and Ben Pegg. Monthly Donation $300.00

Youth With A Mission is an international volunteer missions movement of Christians from many backgrounds, cultures and traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Also known as YWAM (pronounced “Y – wam”), our purpose is simply to know God and to make Him known.

Jeremy and Teresa Feller

PAOC – Jeremy and Teresa Feller $300 monthly.

Jeremy serves as the Africa Regional Director. Since 2003 he and his wife, Teresa, have been serving in Ethiopia. He has worked in training and releasing church planters, discipling young leaders, Bible college ministry, and on the leadership team of Addis Christian Life Assembly in Addis Ababa. God is and has been working among the unreached people in Ethiopia. People from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds are coming to Christ and planting churches. Jeremy is a respected teacher and leader in the Ethiopian context. From Ethiopia, he has been part of training people working throughout North Africa and the Middle East. Jeremy’s heart beats to see the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ expand into the unreached portions of Africa that have yet to be engaged by the gospel. He also seeks to raise the next generation of missionaries to expand the kingdom of God.

Airdrie Food Bank

Airdrie Food Bank. Monthly Donation $300.00

To collect and distribute food to those in need and help our community find solutions to hunger related issues.

Equip International Recovery Group

Equip International Recovery Group. Monthly Donation $100.00

EQUIP International is registered charity in Canada with a goal to rescue impoverished children in 3rd world nations. Equip is involved in a number of nations in providing superb facilities to alleviate systemic poverty and strengthen the family unit. EQUIP International has been rescuing impoverished children in Ethiopia for over 8 years. In 2013 we established our first elementary school in Nekemte with 60 children. Our school has grown to over 200 children and has received the coveted “Award of Excellence” from the Minister of Education. Our school deliberately reaches out to the most desperate and needy children of Ethiopia. Most children in our school come from households with income of less than $6. per month. In the fall of 2015 we opened a new facility in the heart of Nekemte, with capacity for expansion to over 400 children.

Vanguard College

Vanguard College. Monthly Donation $500.00

Vanguard College partners in the accomplishment of its mission with the Alberta/Northwest Territories District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. In the context of God’s big story, we provide biblical higher education through theological, professional, and worldview studies. We acknowledge the diversity of service in the Kingdom and seek to enable students to discern their call and develop their unique gifts and character for a prevailing Church.

Caleb Foundation

Caleb Foundation. Monthly Donation $300.00

THE CALEB FOUNDATION was founded in 2001 by our dear missionary friends John & Suzane Fenlason who had an incredible passion for the roma people in the village or Lazareni, Romania.
Throughout the years John and Suzie have encountered many difficulties in their attempt to help the roma people. Nothing stopped them from showing their love towards the roma people in a way they understood it. Like: providing food and clothing for the little ones, help most of them build safer little modest houses that were much better than the huts they had before, providing electricity for most villagers, providing a place where the kids could attend kindergarten and school, teaching the men to provide for their families and starting a little church where their faith was strengthened every Sunday.