CHILDREN WAITING FOR A SPONSOR:
One mission... One passion... One Child!
Servants Heart Ministry is a network of Christians that exist to help the underprivileged children of the world that don't have a voice.
We met on a mission trip to the Ukraine in 2006 while building homes for orphans. Two years later, we began this ministry through faith and we are on a course to change as many lives as possible through Jesus. We all agree that the Dominican Republic, one of the poorest nations in the Northern Hemisphere, is a good place to start.
Who Are We
We are so thankful to have such amazing volunteers.
Without volunteers nothing would be accomplished. This ministry is operated, on the US side, with 100% volunteers. These volunteers work and serve purely out of faith and compassion. Most of our foreign staff are volunteers as well with the exception of a few stratigic program administrators. We wish to thank each and every one of our volunteers from the bottom of our heart.
To impact and change the lives of children around the world through missions for Christ by providing life sustaining necessities, sending, supporting and maintaining mission teams, construction and the sponsoring of children in order to lead them to Christ and break the cycle of poverty.
October 3, 2013
Our fourth program will be underwaqy beginning on November 1st of this year. This will mean that we are reaching another 100 children.
Building on a vision
Our inagural trip was in June 2008 and witnessed the extreme poverty that no child should have to grow up in. With a servants heart we will establish multiple programs to help meet some of the basic needs of God's children. Join us either in person, prayer or with your financial support to help make a difference in the world.
Changing Lives...Once Child at a Time!
October 2, 2013
Groundbreaking for a church plant in Las Canoas has begun. We hope to be completed early 2014. Funding still needed to complete the church.
September 26, 2013
The CEO and COO travel to the DR to look at potential new community and meet with engineer to begin the minstry-first church plant.