“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. .... In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” - Matthew 5:14, 16
Chicago Eagles' main methods of evangelism and discipleship have been the organizing of soccer teams, conducting soccer camps, and taking short-term soccer tours overseas.
Provides adult care options that promote the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of older adults and their families.
Builds life-changing relationships one at a time: One Child. One Hour. One School. The Compass Church helps through Christmas sharing and providing for other needs as needed.
The Compass Church is intentionally reaching out to serve participants of the annual Cosley Zoo Run for the Animals, with encouragement and love as we serve water and provide direction during the run. Additionally, our service is providing positive connections with the local community.
A comprehensive residential program offering hope and healing for women who have been victimized by commercial sexual exploitation. Naomi’s House exists to be that place, where women feel safe to work through the trauma of the past and build a healthy future on their own terms. Everything they do is geared toward restoring what has been lost in the evil and violence of trafficking. Through a trauma-informed, holistic approach, their team is helping women heal and achieve hundreds of personal goals. Rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and committed to the full mental, emotional, and spiritual healing of each survivor, they operate under the belief that she is the best advocate for her own care.
A movement fueled by compassion to keep children safe and families intact. Through Host Families, Family Friends, and Family Coaches, SFC temporarily host children and provides a network of support to families in crises while they get back on their feet.
Provides aftercare services to those who have been imprisoned. Radical Time Out, a ministry of Koinonia House in Wheaton, is a weekly gathering of worship and fellowship for individuals who are affected by incarceration.
World Relief is a global Christian humanitarian organization whose mission is to empower the local church to serve the most vulnerable. They aim to tackle the world’s greatest problems with holistic, locally-driven solutions that lead to lasting change — whether in response to disasters, extreme poverty, violence, oppression, or mass displacement and immigration. World Relief’s work in the United States, specifically, focuses on helping refugees and other immigrants in vulnerable situations rebuild their lives in a new country.
A Fair-trade, sustainable local coffee company that is committed to providing employment for previously incarcerated individuals.
Unlike typical recovery centers and homeless shelters, Chicago area Wayside Cross Ministries offers a long-term pathway to victory for the broken and lost. Wayside offers safe shelter, education and training, and a residential support system where individuals who have lost everything can see the light at the end of the tunnel. It’s the transformational hope of Christ. In addition, their Urban Youth Ministry provides free educational support and after-school recreation for Aurora families. Their prison ministry brings hope to the incarcerated, and support for ex-offenders that focuses on rebuilding their lives and reconnecting them with their families.
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