global partners

matthew 22:36-39

“Teacher, Which Is The Greatest Commandment In The Law?” Jesus replied: “Love The Lord Your God With All Your Heart And With All Your Soul And With All Your Mind. This Is The First And Greatest Commandment. And The Second Is Like It: ‘Love Your Neighbor As Yourself.’

As part of serving free of self we believe we are called to empower followers of Christ to fight the five giants of injustice (poverty, oppression, illiteracy, disease & spiritual emptiness) through the power of relationship! Supporting Missions and Missionaries through prayer, leadership and financially we are investing in their kingdom impact locally, nationally, and globally.

casas por cristo


Driven by a desire to provide tangible expressions of God’s love and provision, Casas por Cristo began building homes along the U.S. / México border in 1993, first in Ciudad Juárez. We have since expanded to Ciudad Acuña, México and San Raimundo, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. Casas por Cristo (Homes because of Christ) creates important partnerships among various groups across international borders. To date, they have provided nearly 4,000 families with homes. But at Casas por Cristo, they go beyond building. They are dedicated to growing Christ’s church one home at a time by helping meet the physical and spiritual needs of their neighbors.



Poetice International exists to cultivate healthy and sustainable communities through the arts, education and enterprise. Their mission is to engage, equip and empower leaders to create sustainable, grassroots-driven, community development programs. Poetice International strongly believes that through partnerships and collaboration, they become stronger, more efficient, and more effective. They partner with other non-government organizations (NGOs) in the US for awareness and partner with local, indigenous NGOs in Zambia to help support orphans and train youth.

asone ministries


After spending a few summers living in East Africa, Andrew DeVaney was inspired to build a global community passionate about bringing locally led, comprehensive, and holistic change to the most underserved communities of Uganda. Though AsOne was a story initiated by Andrew, it has always been a story of many. It’s a story of Ugandans — not missionaries — making their communities a place to flourish. Four years later, with the help of more than 1,000 supporters, more than 100 travelers, many board members, and a team of 60 and growing in Uganda — AsOne has made its presence known. AsOne brings a bold solution to poverty alleviation — one that releases the agency and capacity of local individuals within the communities it serves for long lasting transformation.

the timothy initiative

global missionaries

The following families call Ransom Church home, but they have followed God’s call to serve free of self globally. Click on each link to check out their website, and if you feel moved to do so you can donate directly to them to support their work overseas.



The Aroma, Taiwan



Kairos Global



Fellowship of Christian Athletes