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to make Christ-like Disciples in the Nations




When the tornado hit the city of Joplin, Missouri, destroying 2,000 buildings, most of which were homes, survivors who had nothing were giving basic needs in Crisis Care Kits because of people like you.  Those who found themselves instantly homeless were provided with the necessities of life through the giving of 480,689 Crisis Care Kits from 2000-2010, and are still providing for the basic needs of people in tragic situations all over the world.  Before the next disaster hits---more Crisis Care Kits are needed!  WE NEED YOU!! 

You and your community of believers can create Kits so that people can care for themselves.  Would you like to know what goes in a Crisis Care Kit? Click here>  crisiskitlogo

For a shopping list to print and hand out or to e-mail, click here .

CCKs continue to meet the needs around the world.  The kits have gone to places like Belize, California, Donimican Republic, Greensburg, KS, Haiti, Jamaica, Jordon, Louisiana, Philippines, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Zambia.  Your generosity makes an incredivle difference!

Each local church can join in by donating enough kits to fill at least one banana box, that's 6 CCKs.  Small churches may combine efforts with others to fill banana boxes with CCKs. 

There are not enough kits.  When disasters occur around the world,  Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Incorporated (NCMI) and Nazarene Missions International (NMI) must have kits available to send out immediately as the need arises.  Please help make this possible!


 More About Being Missional Around the World

To learn more about our missionaries around the world, how to pray for NMI Buttonand support their work, or if you represent NMI, Nazarene Missions International, at your church and are looking for new ideas as to how to help your church know more about missions, take a look at “Mission Connection Magazine”