Missio Dei Church believes the motivation for offering compassion ministries is to point people to the person of Jesus Christ and the Good News of salvation. We believe that the reason for the existence of compassion ministries is to show Jesus to people as the ultimate human example of compassion, bringing the Good News of salvation to all! Therefore we have a "glocal" (global and local) mindset!
Because of this, we support the following ministries:
Camp Manitoqua (a ministry of the Reformed Church in America) is a ministry to the southwest suburbs of Chicago and even surrounding states that is invaluable! Manitoqua is one of the ministries that we invest our times, talents and treasures in!
Mark and Laura serve in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Together with their mission team, they seek to improve Cambodian lives with active medical outreach, church planting, and discipleship.
John and Missy Camiola are missionaries in Jos, Nigeria. John runs a container ministry which brings out containers for Grace Gardens and other ministries in Nigeria. Missy is the founder and director of Grace Gardens Ministry. She spends her days doing outreach to women in the brothels and prison of Jos and she runs a halfway house for women and children. It is her passion to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others. Read more about the Camiolas here!
Operation Christmas Child is a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse. Each year Operation Christmas Child works to collect, stuff, and ship shoe boxes to children all over the world! Missio Dei is joining Samaritan’s Purse in their efforts to reach 100 million children for Christ! Read more here!