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The Phoenix Community of Atlanta supports the following ministries and individuals through our church and coffee ministries here and around the world. See how you can join us in supporting the missions and ministries of The Phoenix Community and Phoenix Roasters.

  • Conexion 1040:  Trains missionaries from Central and South America in English so they can go into Islamic countries to teach and start businesses to share the love of Jesus Christ.  www.conexion1040.org

  • The Phoenix Roasters Foundation:  Providing dignified relief to coffee farmers, their workers, and the community through education, medical care, jobs, affordable housing, and church planting.  www.phoenixroastersfoundation.org

  • Project 541:  Project 541 is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting and empowering women and girls of La Moskitia, Honduras. Our goal is to give girls and women the skills needed to create a sustainable future for their family and their communities.  www.project541.org

  • Atlanta Mission:  is a nonprofit Christian ministry serving local homeless men, women, and children. Our goal is to end homelessness, one person at a time.  www.atlantamission.org

  • 127 Legacy Foundation: exists to reach, rescue, and restore the orphans of Indonesia with the love of God.  www.127legacy.org

  • Caballero family: Panamanian coffee farmer family that pays their workers a fair living wage and feeds parents at a local children’s hospital twice a week.  https://vimeo.com/132269051

  • Pastor Rafael Puac Trejo in San Pedro, Guatemala: Coffee farmer and church planter in San Juan Moca and San Pedro, La Laguna, Guatemala.  Facebook Rafael Puac Trejo

  • Greg Hines (Abundant Life Coffee): Honduran coffee farmer and missionary who helps bring economic relief to coffee growers in Honduras and planted a church in the southwestern mountains of Honduras.  www.abundantlifecoffee.com

  • 5 church plants in North Georgia: (Duluth, Buford, Braselton, Athens, and Gainesville) www.phoenixatl.org

  • Home of Hope: From homeless, to hopeful, to a home of their own.  A refuge for mothers and their children experiencing homelessness.

  • Gwinnett Children’s Home:  Gwinnett Children’s Shelter offers a 3 to 12-month transitional living program that offers homeless children (and their moms) free room and board while providing individual “life skills” training with all the resources needed to begin an independent life journey.  www.gwinnettchildrenshelter.org

  • Missionaries: Our churches are directly financially supporting missionaries in India, South Asia, Guatemala, and the Middle East.

  • Good News at Noon Homeless Shelter Gainesville:  Prepare and feed people housed at the shelter on the third Saturday of each month.  www.goodnewsatnoon.org

  • Mike & Sarah Blackaby: Planting the Canvas Bay Church in Victoria, British Columbia.

  • Maddy Alessi: A missionary ministering to the Japanese people located in north Atlanta through Reliant Missions.

  • LL (Name Withheld for Safety): Ministering and serving the people of Iran.

  • Rachel Clarkson: Partnering and serving with Launch Global in ministering to unreached people groups.

  • Gate City: Missionaries Ellie Hamstra and Paxtyn Padilla serve with Gate City Church and GateKeepers International.

  • Mateo Melendez: Serving on full-time missions with Kingdom Footprint around the world.

  • Rise Against Hunger: We are partnering to pack tens of thousands of meals annually for distribution to hungry children in emerging communities around the world.

  • Robby McPherson: Serving as a Director of International Programming with Cafe1040.  Cafe1040 is training college-age students to live among unreached people groups while being mentored by experienced missionaries.

  • Biblical Training and Testimony Development: Through a method called T4T we are actively training our church partners how to share their faith story and how to lead Bible Studies in the communities where they live, work, and play.

  • Cultivate: Create sustainable livelihoods by helping Nicaraguan people with the resources they need to grow, develop, and flourish in the name of Jesus.

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