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Operation Care International facilitates opportunities for the lost, the least, and the lonely to experience the love of Christ and the hope that there is in Him by meeting their physical needs.
We aim to be the catalyst showing the love of Christ to the least of these in action, meeting the spiritual needs by sharing the gospel and physical needs all at the same day showing compassion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Following the example of the Lord Jesus Christ, we wash the feet of our guests and provide new footwear and other gifts. God given vision is to provide $10,000.00 to each state and country for the footwear of children.
December 19, 2020 is the grand opening of this global annual event. The daytime outreach will be followed by the global celebration where the good news of the gospel will be proclaimed.
The Community Partners are an important source of help to meet the needs of our homeless and impoverished guests at the Christmas Gift event. At the same time, our community partners strengthen their respective sphere of influence through their involvement. This is especially true in areas with churches that are struggling for relevancy and impact. Strengthening the ministry of those churches is integral to our mission in the community.
GOAL: A world revival and evangelization and praying that billions will come to know Christ while celebrating His birthday. #onedaybillionaires! Operation Care International desires to emulate the Nation’s largest birthday party for Jesus honoring the homeless and impoverished in all 50 states and around the world.
PPE’s that we provide monthly are the following: masks, gloves, and face shields. We also provide these much-needed items to protect our shelters/ministry partners’ staff and the homeless from the COVID19 virus: hand sanitizers, disinfecting wipes, and thermometers.
God expanded the vision by providing water and food, like fresh produce (beans, apples, oranges, potatoes, onions, carrots), energy bars, snacks like Craisins, and spaghetti sauce.
GOAL: To continue providing PPE’s to the shelters so that they may stay COVID19 infection-free and reduce spreading the virus in the North Texas homeless community.
WHO: Served 11 countries (Philippines, India, Kenya, Taiwan,
China, Indonesia, Cambodia, Israel, Jordan, Brazil, and Nepal). We ministered to a total of 28,000 children.
WHAT: Provide Bibles, Backpacks, School supplies, Socks, Shoes, T shirts, food, and Toys. We do foot washing as the trademark of Operation Care International to emulate the servanthood of Jesus Christ.
WHERE: Helped build schools in Kenya and Cambodia, a medical clinic for orphans in Cambodia and now partnering with the mayor of Ariel, Israel to address the educational needs of their school children.
GOAL: To globally unite the body of believers to show the love of Christ in action.
Every third Saturday of the month, we host a “come and see” event to serve the homeless. We partner with different churches in the DFW Metroplex to provide a chapel worship service with a minister, singer, personal testimony, and an opportunity to pray for the homeless. We also serve dinner and prepare breakfast for the next day.
WHEN: Every 3rd Saturday of the month from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
WHAT: Partners with different churches in DFW metroplex that provides the chapel worship service with a minister, singer, personal testimony, and opportunity to pray for the Homeless men.
HOW: Serve dinner, prepare food for breakfast, clean up and pray with the kitchen staff.
GOAL: To introduce the local churches and volunteers to the need of the North Texas Homeless Community and in return they could engage in the continuing monthly mission of Operation Care International.
Three times a year, we do extensive street outreach to the homeless in Dallas. We provide Bibles, Gospel tracts, clothing, personal care products, bottled water, and—of course—lots of love.
WHEN: Pre- Easter — Day before Easter. Summer – Last Saturday of August. Pre-Thanksgiving – Saturday before Thanksgiving.
WHAT: Provision of Bibles, Gospel Tracts, clothing (Blue jeans and T shirts), personal care products, bottled water and lots of love.
WHO: Partner with Union Gospel Mission, The Bridge Shelter and Austin Street Shelter.
GOAL: To provide for the spiritual needs by sharing the gospel in the streets and physical needs of our homeless friends in the North Texas Community throughout the year.