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Outreaches

 

"Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation."           Mark 16:15

                                                                                                        
HOINA - Madras, India

 

In 1986, Cornerstone Fellowship began supporting its first missionary outreach, an 

organization called HOINA (Homes Of The Indian Nations). 


HOINA, is an inter-denominational organization. Its purpose is to care for abandoned, 

orphaned, and handicapped children. HOINA accomplishes its mission through the 

operation of several residential homes. In India, these include a home for boys located

in Andhra Pradesh, a home for handicapped children in Bapatla, and a home for girls 

in Madras. In addition, HOINA has medical clinics in villages and cities around India, 

providing medical care for these children. Operations are often provided to help 

correct birth defects. Cornerstone Fellowship currently provides support to the girls'‚ 

home in Madras. We receive monthly newsletters from HOINA letting us know how 

much our gifts help them improve the lives of these children through education, 

medical care, and Christian love.We often hear about how young girls with severely 

debilitating birth defects are brought to the United States to receive operations which 

give them the ability to become productive citizens. It is exciting to see many lives 

transformed both physically and spiritually through the support we are able to offer 

HOINA.

 




 

SCHAVE MINISTRIES - Glendale, AZ

 

In October 1993, Cornerstone Fellowship began supporting a new work.  Evelyn

Schave and her husband Dennis were actively involved in the Assemblies of God

when God began to convict Evelyn of the need to start a unique new ministry. Little

did she know that she was being called to be an evangelist to churches in the gay

community! Now Evelyn and Dennis travel around the country  encouraging and

challenging our congregations.  They also go to non-gay churches where they try

to help them understand that God accepts us and uses us the same as all believers.