ORPHANetworkORPHANEtwork servs around 360 RESCUED children through six orphanages, or homes, across Nicaragua. We call them homes because the children are raised in a family environment with caregivers and staff that love the children as if they were their own. ORPHANetwork supports these ministries whom RESCUE children that have been abandoned, abused, socially orphaned or truly orphaned.
TCM InternationalWe partner with TCM to help provide accredited seminary training to pastors and church leaders in Eastern Europe and Asia.
Campus Crusade for Christs (Hoovers)We partner with Caleb and Jenny Hoover as they serve with CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) at Purdue University helping encourage, support and grow strong Christian leaders.
Ignite Church PlantingWe partner with Ignite Church planting to plant new churches in the chicagoland area. Ignite has grown out of the organization that planted Poplar Creek Church.
Kids Against Hunger - Fox ValleyWe partner with Kids Against Hunger – Fox Valley which packages and delivers nutritious meals to Nicaragua and locally and raises awareness about the hunger in our world.
Dupage P.A.D.S.We help support the DuPage Country PADs organization in fighting homelessness and the many related issues in our local area.
Ontarioville Elementary SchoolWe partner with Unit School District 46 at the Ontarioville Elementary school in Hanover Park. Working with the students, staff and families to support this local community through education, activities and hope for a better future.
Art and Denise AviliesArt and Denise and their family have been Poplar Creek missions partners for many years serving the Dadjo people of Chad Africa through Bible translation and linguistics. Over the years their team has helped to develop a written form of the Dadjo language and has made great strides in translating the word of God into their language.
Other Outreach Connections
Henk and Allie OosterhuisHenk and Allie Oosterhuis are preparing to serve at the Athens Refugee Center in Greece, through the organisation International Teams (ITeams). Many refugees from various places such as the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa have become stuck in Athens as they try to travel further into Europe, and are often lacking in basic needs. At the Athens Refugee Center they are provided with meals and practical help, along with a listening ear. Henk and Allie's ministry will be a combination of practical service and relationship building, with opportunities to share Christ's love. They hope to move to Athens by summer 2017. Until then, they are involved in raising support both in the United States and in the Netherlands (Henk’s home country).They would love to hear from you!
www.henknallie.com/joinourteam | www.iteams.us