Intercede International is involved in working with national Christians who conduct indigenous mission projects impacting over 50 nations. If you have an interest in a world "need" (ie. "widows" or "disaster", "poor") or in a nation or world region (ie. try "world", "India" or "SE Asia") just type in the type of need, country name or region name in the SEARCH BOX or alternately the project code or title, if you know it, and the project(s) will be displayed. Some of these "projects" are indigenous mission agencies who partner with Intercede International, while other projects address human needs in various regions of the world.
Once the Search Engine displays the project(s), click on the Project Link you have chosen and the Search Engne will display what items are available for that Project.
This represents programs for Mexico that Intercede International addresses.Read more ›
Patrick and Barbara Lataillade began Living Word Ministries in Haiti in 1988. Their vision is to train and disciple Haitian missionaries, who then preach the gospel and plant churches in unreached areas.Read more ›
Mission Action Teams are the Intercede International short-term missions approach for Canadians to travel overseas to visit and minister alongside of indigenous missions who will host them. Trips are tax deductible when orchestrated and under the supervision of Intercede International.Read more ›
This represents the worldwide needs that Intercede International addresses.Read more ›
Multicultural Outreach (MOR) is Intercede International’s ministry to refugees, foreign visitors and immigrants. It is our Home Missions ministry. Intercede International is also a “Sponsorship Agreement Holder” and supports refugees from other lands on a focused basis, which means giving priority to those fleeing persecution for their Christian Faith.Read more ›
Intercede International seeks to establish, encourage, and strengthen an indigenous, New Testament witness for our Lord Jesus Christ among all nations by providing material and spiritual aid to Christians who are impoverished, few, or persecuted; and to encourage Christian witness and ministry to the international community in Canada. Global Missions Brochure 2011 Annual Report from […]Read more ›