All around the world there are issues of injustice. Human trafficking, poverty, genocide, and gender inequalities currently enslave cities, regions, and whole nations. Extreme Love Ministries believes that these injustices occur any place there is a violation of love, and love is, therefore, the solution to bring freedom, healing, and transformation.
Ways to Get Involved
Partnering together to see social justice and destiny restored, in individuals and regions, through outreach, events, advocacy, business, community development and Gospel ministry.
The Education Empowerment Program is a child sponsorship program that provides funding for private school education and all school supplies, and lunches to attend school.
Everlasting Love (EL) is a social enterprise and training program for women coming out of prostitution and trafficking backgrounds.
KJHP mentors a core group of kids in prayer and teaches them how to hear God’s voice, so they can impact their families and communities through a relationship with Jesus.
This house was formed in Phnom Penh to help aid in aftercare efforts for Cambodian children that have been severely traumatized, trafficked, or have undergone extreme abuse.
Lighthouses are small slum houses the team rents to conduct ministry activities, build relationships, and provide local residency in vulnerable communities.
Anti-trafficking efforts to women and children are one of Extreme Love Ministries’ (ELM’s) main purposes in outreach, rescue, and aftercare efforts.
ELM seeks to provide jobs, training, and micro-business opportunities to help build the economy and target trafficking issues from a preventative level.
These church plant “houses” of God’s presence and power are changing even the darkest of communities, by shining forth God’s light and love.
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