Ministrants is dedicated to the premise that all who are called, are called to be healers. Our vision is to promote healing, hope and harmony. We are welcoming and affirming of the dignity and value of all people, without qualification. With special care for those who may have been labeled as “outsiders,” we also provide resources for growing your effectiveness in your advocacy to those who might be easily marginalized or forgotten, whether because of race, ethnicity, ability, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status (including widowhood), life or health history, caste, or social station.
Working in partnership, we are all uplifted. We’re proud of our partners and welcome other partnership inquiries.
Current Domestic Partners
- Brother Camillus Chavez, FSC PhD
- Not All Like That (NALT) Christians Project
Current International Partnership Efforts
- YWAM Trichy (Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India) – After being invited to come teach in a ministry training some years ago, our Center Director signed on as a member of the online teaching staff. In addition, we worked with YWAM in Trichy specifically on behalf of Widows, in what we coined as the Widows of India Status and Empowerment (WISE) project. For a few years, the project focused on widows, then the leadership moved to Mumbai, and the new Trichy leadership decided it was best to focus on women in a more general way. The project status updates are available [here].
- YWAM Mumbai (Mumbai, India) – After staff from Trichy transitioned over to Mumbai, we continued to support their mission, as it expanded to reach the children of the world’s third largest slum. We’ve provided the technology to help them do just that. The project status updates are available [here].
We also have prayer partners, such as Mission Ministry (Manila, Republic of Philippines). If your nonprofit organization’s vision aligns with ours and you’d like to explore a prayer partnership, we’d be interested to hear from you.