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As a church, LWCC financially supports several major missionary works both domestic and international. A few of the major missions supported by LWCC are as follows:
Founded more than 30 years ago, Pastor Bill Wilson’s Christian non-profit mission serves inner-city children, specifically in crime-ridden parts of Brooklyn, N.Y. and in other urban centers around the world. The ministry works to rescue hurting children, offering them safety, salvation and love that encourages them to stay in school, avoid gang membership and grow up to become strong -- spiritually, mentally and physically. His renowned “Christmas Stocking” Outreach makes sure that no child of poverty or neglect goes without at least one present at Christmas.
Operating the largest Sunday School in the world with over 40,000 children attending each week, Metro Ministries operates in more than 200 sites in New York City, as well as in the Philippines, Romania and South Africa. Go to www.metroministries.org for more information and its history.
Hope for the Widows and Orphans is a ministry seeking to alleviate poverty and injustice, and bring hope and healing to widows and orphans, specifically in Cameroon, Africa, where cultural indifference after the death of a husband or head of household, leads to abandonment, sexual harassment and social exclusion. To date, this ministry has reached more than 7,000 widows and 3,000 orphans with both spiritual and physical assistance.
Apostle Mike Keyes and the MKMI missionary group has ministered to the Filipino people of the southern Philippine Islands since 1980, conducting thousands of Miracle Crusades, conferences and conventions. More than 24 new churches have been built through MKMI support. Apostolically covering nearly 150 churches and 200 Filipino ministers, Apostle Keyes ministers continuously, through local and regional outreaches, summer missions tours, financial support of local pastors and free distribution of anointed Gospel literature. Go to www.mkmi.org for more information and its history.