Missions: Missionaries to England, Ireland and the British Isles. God has opened doors throughout these countries for the Tharps to hold school assemblies (sometimes as many as three per day!). Touching the lives of thousands of children, young people, teachers and even Head-masters with the message of hope: hope for life, hope for families and hope for eternity through Jesus Christ. When they are not ministering in schools they are busy encouraging and supporting churches all across the region.
A passion for the Word of God and His Presence are characteristics of the ministry of Toni Haskell. Serving in her local church in Glenwood Springs, Colorado for many years in finance, music ministry, and missions has given her a broad base of experience in the building of the local church.
Toni graduated from Domata School of Missions in Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA) in 1997, and since that time has traveled to nations in Europe, Asia and South America teaching the Word and training believers in the ways of the Holy Spirit. Worship and prayer are a strong focus of her ministry as well as teaching concerning the role of the Church in the earth in the last days.
Toni has invested her life into the church in the Philippines for the past twelve years. She served on the staff of Domata Philippines and most recently as Director of New Life School of Ministry in Alabang under Pastors Paul and Shoddy Chase. Raising up leaders in the power of the Word and the Holy Spirit who will affect their cities and nations through strong local churches is her passion. The last frontier of the unreached nations in the 1040 window is her current assignment. Toni continues to base out of Manila and has established Dunamis School of Ministry in Kathmandu, Nepal in August of 2010.
RESCUE A CHILD OF A PRISONER
Children of prisoners are the least of these, the ones Jesus tells us to care for. They want what so many of us take for granted: regular meals, a warm bed, a dry roof over their head. They need someone—like you—to help lift them out of despair, and develop a meaningful relationship that lets them know God cares—and so do you.
That’s why we created a unique sponsorship program for children of prisoners, who often fall between the cracks of what other child-focused programs provide. With 40 years of experience working with these children, we know they thrive when they receive consistent acceptance, love, and practical care, and when their needs—in these specific areas—are met:
In 2017, Rev. Peter and Betty celebrated 30 years of marriage and Christian ministry. Along with raising their four young adult children, they have served in various leadership capacities in Jamaica, Caribbean and the US, including as the founders/pastors of Port Charlotte International Church since 2003. The Burnetts were also the former Directors (1995-1999) of Caribbean Christ For the Nations Institute in Montego Bay, Jamaica (closed).
Caribbean Christ For the Nations Fellowship of Ministers and Churches (CCFN FMC) is a non-profit religious organization incorporated in the State of Florida since 2012. CCFN FMC was formed by a coalition of concerned friends of Jamaica and the Caribbean, Christian Caribbean leaders as well as alumni of the former Caribbean Christ for the Nations Bible Institute with the goal of supporting the establishment of Emmanuel Caribbean University in Jamaica. The Burnett's returned to Jamaica on December 30th, 2016 to lead that effort.
(CUFI) is the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States and one of the leading Christian grassroots movements in the world. www.CUFI.org
We are Chi Alpha Campus Ministry at the University of Wyoming. We live and breath 5 things: prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship, and mission. Come and join us!