“He who is kind to the poor lends to the LORD.”
First things first: Sharing the Gospel with the lost and needy is the heart of this ministry. From the beginning in 1993, when God gave Susie a dream, it was clear that He wanted to make evangelism and caring for the needy the focus of Operation Care International. We strive to be faithful in this God-given mission.
Servanthood is the hallmark of Operation Care International. We are called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, Whose leadership was characterized by serving others. Before He went to the cross, Jesus washed His disciples’ feet, a wonderful picture of how He washes away our sins. We emulate our Servant Leader by making this simple act the trademark of our ministry.
Bridging The Gap
During Operation Care International’s annual Christmas Gift event, we partner with many different organizations, ranging from worldwide nonprofits to local businesses and churches, to bring vital services and resources to our guests. This partnership opens the door to year-long contact, helping the needy get assistance that allows them to leave their desperate situations and become contributing members of our society.
You are invited to the Global Birthday Party for Jesus!
The largest Christmas Party in the world celebrating Jesus Christ’s birthday.
Operation Care International is committed to sharing Jesus all over the world, evangelizing the world on the same date in all 50 states and in 240 countries around the world.
Operation Care International will work through churches, ministries, and strategic cities that will be catalysts for an on-going, sustainable program that will impact the spiritual and economic poverty within those communities.
December 18, 2021
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