Advancing Renewal Ministries, Inc.

Summary

    Advancing Renewal Ministries (ARM) is a tax deductible non-profit corporation incorporated in 1983 to help Christian churches reach the "unreached people groups" of the world with the gospel. Two billion men, women and children have no indigenous church, no pastor and no Bible.

    The goal of ARM's global outreach is to establish self-supporting, indigenous congregations who will evangelize their own people group and, in time, send their own missionaries to other people groups.

    ARM's strategy to accomplish this is:
  • To teach national Christian pastors, evangelists and leaders in Pastor's Conferences and Leadership Training Schools in the field.
  • To train Seminary and Bible school students, evangelists, village workers and Bible women by sending guest professors to their schools and providing necessary materials.
  • To equip national Christians by providing short term financial support, Bibles and literature, bicycles, Jesus films and projectors, and such other "special projects" as they agree upon and are able.
  • To provide micro business loans to widows so they can provide for themselves and their children.

    ARM's second goal is to bring spiritual renewal to American congregations. The organization relies on the Holy Spirit to help call them into cross-cultural missions at home and abroad. ARM gives missions awareness seminars, sermons, speak in Bible classes and at missions conferences.

    ARM also publishes a free, monthly newsletter and sends out email updates. If you would like to receive one please contact their office.

    ARM has ministered in over 25 countries and networks with other Christian organizations to conduct leadership conferences, support Bible schools, and equip evangelists with Bible films, Bibles and Bicycles. ARM operates the "Hope for the Future Widows Loan Fund" to help widows become self-supporting. ARM is involved in many kinds of evangelism, including child evangelism, and supports orphanages on a "special project" basis, as they are able.

    Dr. Art and Nancy Vincent, Founder and Co-Directors of ARM, are evangelical Lutheran in background but minister non denominationally. They are open to the gifts of the Holy Spirit as He desires to bestow them. In every country and continent, they experience God confirming His word with signs, wonders and miracles today.

    ARM is supported by the prayers and generous gifts of individuals, Bible study and prayer groups and Christian congregations who know their work and want to help.

Contact information

Mailing address:
11616 Sir Francis Drake Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28277-8277

Website: www.advancingrenewalministries.org

Phone: (704) 846-9355

Email: ARMINC@carolina.rr.com


Organization details

EIN: 431308351

CEO/President: Dr. Art Vincent

Chairman:

Board size: 4

Founder: Art and Nancy Vincent

Year founded: 1983

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 12/31

Member of ECFA: No

Member of ECFA since:


Purpose

    Advancing Renewal Ministries (ARM) is a tax deductible non-profit corporation incorporated in 1983 to help Christian churches reach the "unreached people groups" of the world with the gospel. Two billion men, women and children have no indigenous church, no pastor and no Bible.

    The goal of ARM's global outreach is to establish self-supporting, indigenous congregations who will evangelize their own people group and, in time, send their own missionaries to other people groups.

    ARM's strategy to accomplish this is:
  • To teach national Christian pastors, evangelists and leaders in Pastor's Conferences and Leadership Training Schools in the field.
  • To train Seminary and Bible school students, evangelists, village workers and Bible women by sending guest professors to their schools and providing necessary materials.
  • To equip national Christians by providing short term financial support, Bibles and literature, bicycles, Jesus films and projectors, and such other "special projects" as they agree upon and are able.
  • To provide micro business loans to widows so they can provide for themselves and their children.

    ARM's second goal is to bring spiritual renewal to American congregations. The organization relies on the Holy Spirit to help call them into cross-cultural missions at home and abroad. ARM gives missions awareness seminars, sermons, speak in Bible classes and at missions conferences.

    ARM also publishes a free, monthly newsletter and sends out email updates. If you would like to receive one please contact their office.

    ARM has ministered in over 25 countries and networks with other Christian organizations to conduct leadership conferences, support Bible schools, and equip evangelists with Bible films, Bibles and Bicycles. ARM operates the "Hope for the Future Widows Loan Fund" to help widows become self-supporting. ARM is involved in many kinds of evangelism, including child evangelism, and supports orphanages on a "special project" basis, as they are able.

    Dr. Art and Nancy Vincent, Founder and Co-Directors of ARM, are evangelical Lutheran in background but minister non denominationally. They are open to the gifts of the Holy Spirit as He desires to bestow them. In every country and continent, they experience God confirming His word with signs, wonders and miracles today.

    ARM is supported by the prayers and generous gifts of individuals, Bible study and prayer groups and Christian congregations who know their work and want to help.

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