- niños de Mexico
- Cookson Hills
- Prairie View Christian Camp
- Manhattan Christian College
- Local Missions
Niños de México operates seven children’s homes in the Mexico City area and the city of San Luis Potosi. Each home is designed to function as a family. With Christian house parents, their kids, and 11-19 children, Niños’ homes are truly loving and caring places for the children to grow and learn the love of Jesus.
In 1957 Cookson Hills opened their doors and hearts to kids in need of stability and love. What began as a single home and a staff of four, is now a beautiful estate with nine homes, a staff of 65, an ACSI accredited private Christian school, recreational center, grocery store, and horse stables. Over the years, the responsibilities have grown, but the mission remains the same: to provide home, school, and therapy for kids who are at-risk.
Prairie View Christian Camp is located on 90 acres off-the-beaten-path in Arkansas City, Kansas on the Arkansas River. This camp provides the perfect environment for fun, worship, and reflection. In the seclusion from everyday life, counselors and students, reconnect with God in the natural world He created. It is a place where one can go to hear the still, small voice of God.
Manhattan Christian College is a private institution of higher education located in Manhattan, Kansas and committed to the Christian mission of winning the world to Christ. With the conviction that every member of the body of Christ is a minister, the college seeks to foster in all students a world-wide vision of the mission of the church: preparing them to be servant leaders as Christ modeled and challenged us all to become, providing opportunities for spiritual growth toward Christian maturity, and promoting the Restoration Movement ideal of becoming Christ’s church as revealed in the New Testament.
Pregnancy and Family Resource Center
The Pregnancy and Family Resource Center was established in the 1998 in Augusta, KS. The center was opened as a place to offer emotional, physical and spiritual support to those facing a crisis pregnancy. El Dorado’s site was then opened in the fall of 2013. Their services include limited obstetrical ultrasounds, parenting classes, father mentoring, Bible studies as well as post abortion support groups.
Augusta Community Caring Center
The Augusta Community Caring Center is a nonprofit organization sponsored by the Augusta Ministerial Association. Boxes of food, at no cost for those with an Augusta address, is provided for those in need up to 4 times per year. Augusta households can also request up to $100 annually towards utilities. Assistance with utilities is based on the funds the Caring Center has available at the time of request. Clothing and household items are provided for residents in need from all of Butler County. The Caring Center no longer carries furniture. All assistance is per household.