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Blessing isn’t meant to be merely received. Rather, God gives it in His grace so that we in turn can be a blessing to others.

We want to express our special gratitude to each person who donated in response to our Blessing Catalog at the end of last year! Check out the page below for feedback from the project managers and beneficiaries about what those gifts have meant.

Global English Project

For more than five years, the Global English Project has provided English classes in a least-reached city. The business manager, a Christar worker, relates, "We have been so blessed by the generosity shown toward our school. Having the resources to be able to serve the people in this community truly is a door through which we are able to build relationships and share the truth of Christ with our students, many of whom have never met a follower of Jesus before. We see these relationships as a first step in helping to establish an indigenous, biblically faithful church in our city.”

Learn more about the Global English Project!

The Lighthouse of Friendship

While many activities at the Lighthouse of Friendship have been placed on pause due to the pandemic, this ministry center looks forward to resuming numerous creative outreaches in the months to come. A worker serving through this project shares, “EVERYONE (believers and not-yet-believers alike) frequently lets us know how much they miss being able to come to activities at the center and being impacted by visiting this ‘place of peace’ where they know they are loved, where there is true friendship and where God's light shines!”

Learn more about the Lighthouse of Friendship

Timothy Project

During a season of social distancing, online Bible study materials have become especially valuable resources for Turkish believers. Two Turkish leaders in the Timothy Project explain: “In our culture, this is important because people are not generally used to free discussion on religious topics. Creating new YouTube videos during the pandemic has been a great way to reach out to people in a season in which face-to-face connections are more difficult.”  

Learn more about the Timothy Project!

Iraqi Refugee Outreach

For Christar workers reaching out to refugee families in the United States, ministry often involves not only formal outreaches like Bible clubs but also coming alongside least-reached people and offering practical assistance—like driving lessons. A leader for the Iraqi Refugee Outreach project who recently helped a refugee friend prepare for her driver’s test shares, “Through helping [this woman] get her driver's license, we have an open door with the family to read the Bible, pray and encourage them to consider following Jesus.” 

Learn more about the Iraqi Refugee Outreach project!

Life Resources Foundation

For almost 20 years, the staff at the Life Resources Foundation has been preparing Filipino believers to plant churches in their homeland and beyond. “Our students could never afford their education,” the leader of this project shares. “But, through continued donations we have been able to provide Christar with highly qualified and equipped workers who are in some of the most difficult areas in the Philippines.” 

Learn more about the Life Resources Foundation!

The Arab Center for Consulting and Training Services

For those in the Arab world who have faced trauma and abuse, counseling can be a path to hope and an open door to share biblical truth. By providing women access to free sessions with a licensed counselor, the Arab Center for Consulting and Training Services is helping many find peace. One lady who received several sessions shared, “It is the first time in the midst of depression and fatigue that I don't contemplate ending my life!”  

Learn more about the Arab Center for Consulting and Training Services!

The Deaf Initiative

Thanks to funding from multiple sources, the Deaf Initiative has the resources needed to move ahead! As Christar U.S. Director Steve Coffey shares, “We’re eager to partner with several key Deaf believers and those trained in ministry among the Deaf, and are trusting God to raise up more Deaf from within His body to take the message of Jesus to those who haven’t yet been introduced to Him.” 

Learn more about the Deaf Initiative!

Haven of Hope

Since 2017, Haven of Hope* has offered a place of hope, peace and rest to women who are victims of abuse. The ladies who come receive emotional, spiritual and practical assistance while experiencing God’s love firsthand. Recently, an unbelieving college student who suffered from suicidal thoughts because of her abusive family situation shared, “In the midst of all this turmoil and hopelessness found in this world, coming here and spending time with you refreshes me.” 

Learn more about Haven of Hope!

*Formerly known as the Battered Women’s Center.

Persian Outreach Project

During the pandemic, a church in the Middle East began holding numerous online outreaches each week. Since then, a team of Persian believers who have been trained to share their faith has been proclaiming the gospel virtually—and God has been blessing these efforts! The leader of this team shared, “In the last eight months we have seen over 70 come to know the Lord in these meetings. Each week we have guests, and each week new Persians are coming to faith.” 

Learn more about the Persian Outreach Project!

Cleft of the Rock Ministry Center

For workers serving in communities where sharing the gospel is especially challenging, Cleft of the Rock Ministry Center provides a place to rest and debrief. One family who had to leave their country of service spent two weeks there. They wrote, “Our whole family really treasures our conversations and just the friendship and love extended to us. Thanks for giving us a safe spot to land and regroup a bit before re-entry [into our passport culture].”

Learn more about Cleft of the Rock!

CHL Women’s Bible School

In a part of the world where women’s education is not always prioritized, the CHL Women’s Bible School in South Asia offers a specialized training course for believing women. It provides not only theological and ministry training, but also courses in personal and vocational skills that equip women to provide for themselves and their families while ministering effectively in their homes, churches and communities. One current student who is eager to serve as a Sunday school teacher shared, "Whatever happens, with God’s help, I will complete the required two years at Bible school ... As a child of God, I want to equip myself to be useful to Him wherever He leads me."

Learn more about the CHL Women's Bible School!

Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary

For 30 years, Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary has equipped believers from around the Arab world to minister throughout this region. A member of the school’s staff gave thanks for the money given through the Blessing Catalog: “Our hearts rejoice with every donation as it makes things easier for our students.”  

Learn more about Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary!