Our ministry development programs are designed to assist smaller gospel-centered churches and organizations with projects that, when completed, will enhance their ministry. See all of our Ministry Development trips here
- Maintenance/Updating Facilities
RMS assembles teams of volunteers to travel to places recommended by our member churches and their missionaries to work alongside the local people building churches, ministry centers, seminaries, pastor’s homes, and other structures vital to the work in the spread of the Gospel.
RMS has been working in the countries of Costa Rica, Peru, Haiti, The Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Columbia. Our projects include the construction of Church buildings, parsonages, Ministry and Study Centers, Seminaries, and homes.
At times it is best for RMS to seek and distribute monetary donations to ministries and missionaries that need some of these facilities. RMS publishes these needs to our member churches for their consideration. The money is then sent to the missionary or ministry for them to use the local people to construct these facilities thereby strengthening their economy. We have also raised funds to purchase land and materials for these structures as well. RMS does demand accountability for the funds that we send by requiring the missionary/ministry to submit receipts to us throughout the process. RMS will also send a representative to physically see the progress made on the project.
Some churches lack resources, monetary and labor, to adequately keep their facilities in good working order. RMS will assemble teams of volunteers to assist these churches and ministries to maintain and upgrade their facilities. RMS will seek donations for these efforts and distribute them to purchase the materials needed for the team to work on specific projects. Typically, these projects are located domestically in North America, however, there are occasions that this work will be performed in foreign countries.