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Supported Missionaries

As part of SSCC, you help in the monthly support of the following missionaries. A list of the missionaries supported by SSCC is given below.  As a security precaution, some last names are absent for those in closed countries.  In addition, you can view a list of our Strategic Partners, which are ministries and organizations.

National

  • Tim Harden

    • Organization: Fellowship of Christian Athletes  – Brunswick, GA
    • Ministry Info: The goal of FCA is to equip, enable, and empower student and athlete leaders and coaches to influence their campus for Christ.
    • Web:http://www.goldenislesfca.org

International

  • Travis and Sonja Todd
    • Organization: Campus Crusade for Christ – Southeast Asia
    • Ministry Info: Having left his leadership role in volunteer hurricane relief operations in Pass Christian, MS, Travis and Sonja are now back in SE Asia with Campus Crusade for Christ.
    • Contact: SSCC Office – 912-634-2960
  • Tammy
    • Organization: Ministry among orphans and street children – Southeast Asia
    • Ministry Info: Takes in children from HIV affected families, abandoned or orphaned, children that have no other place to go. Tammy has basically adopted these children as her own and is raising them “to know and love Jesus, to be people of prayer and to make a difference in their country.”
    • Contact: SSCC Office – 912-634-2960
  • Much Ministries
    • Function: MUCH Ministries exists to inspire and empower individuals, families, and communities to move from a mindset of poverty to a posture of abundance through education, creativity and practical life experiences. Community Development in Gonaives Haiti. Presently MUCH has focused the heart of their mission in the small village of Jubilee on the outskirts of Gonaives, Haiti. Their idea of Community Development is a true partnership with the residents of Jubilee. It is friendship at it’s core. The partnership involves an elementary school, building reliable housing, medical clinic, classes for learning trade skills (Trade School Haiti), economic development and weekly gatherings of community leaders to discuss dreams, ideas, and the overall welfare of the community. Much is inspired by the short term mission teams that come to first learn about and also support the ongoing mission of Jubilee.
    • Contact: Kathy and Beaver Brooks, Cheryl Nelson
    • Web: Much Ministries
    • Address: P. O. Box 24599, St. Simons Island, GA 31522