Serving those who are responding to God’s call to love.

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Along the way as Love’s Calling International has grown, we have found the following organizations that have a very similar vision to our own. Check them out.. You might find you want to support them too!

Apex Missions – Live and minister in another culture, in community and partnership with local Christians and churches. “It’s not about changing the world, it’s about changing how we live in God’s world.”

Cru (Campus Crusade) – Win, build, and send Christ-centered multiplying disciples who launch spiritual movements.

Heroic Leadership Institute – HLI exists to serve the Vineyard movement and to create a path for the young leaders. Each site gives students a feel for the many ways that revival can impact a community. They work alongside churches of all shapes and sizes, outreaches from across the spectrum. All for the sake of making Jesus famous!

Intervarsity – Is a Christian organization on college campuses that hopes to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed.

Project 5:16 (Bowdown Church) – Project 5:16 is an intense, ten-month discipleship program that is based on the model of Jesus choosing the twelve and doing life with them.  Young adults move into the inner city, where they serve alongside ministry leaders in a number of different ways- prayer walks, street evangelism, homeless ministry, service projects, sports outreaches, Bible studies and many other ministry opportunities. The main thrust of Project 5:16 is this: We care more about who you are then what you do. This is how Christ made disciples. The students will journal through and memorize the book of Ephesians, read 10 books, receive counseling ministry, and have accountability partners as they learn how to live as Christ.

YWAM (Youth With A Mission) –  Youth With A Mission is a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Also known as YWAM (pronounced “WHY-wham”), they unite in a common purpose to know God and to make Him known. YWAM began in 1960, with a focus of getting youth involved in missions. Today, while still focusing on youth, they also involve people aged 9 to 90. They are in more than 1,100 locations in over 180 countries, with a staff of over 18,000.