Swallow's Nest Ministries
Our mission is to empower missionaries and ministries that are fulfilling the Great Commission around the world who have a focus in four primary ministries that we believe are crucial to sharing the love of God.
1. Establishing 24/7 Houses of Prayer that cultivate a culture of ceaseless adoration and provide safe spaces for people to encounter God.
2. Serving the homeless by empowering, discipling and releasing them into the identity and destiny that Father God has for them.
3. Loving orphans by cultivating and developing families for them that are rooted and grounded in the love of Christ.
4. Reaching those who live in areas of the world that have yet to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ.
We help independent missionaries and indigenous ministries working in these four specific types of ministries by providing prayer support, counseling support, spiritual oversight and advice, and the ability to utilize our website and non-profit status to raise funds for their work and provide tax-deductible receipts to their supporters. We DO NOT employ any of the independent missionaries or ministries listed on our website.
There are so many amazing independent missionaries and ministries serving the Lord, our prayer is that by helping them do what they feel called to do, every son and daughter would discover the perfect love that casts out all fear (1 John 4:18), that every child of God would hear Father God, Abba, Daddy saying to them, “Do not fear,” (Lamentations 3:57), that many would come to know the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, and that Jesus would receive the full reward of His suffering through a generation being raised up all across the nations that loves Him to the fullness of what He deserves.
Check out the various ministries and missionaries we empower by clicking on the Support A Ministry button on the menu bar above!
Swallow's Nest Ministries Inc. is a non-profit corporation and operates exclusively for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, and the corresponding section of any future Federal tax code.