We believe the Great Commission in Matthew 28:19—“therefore go and make disciples of all nations…”—is just as applicable to our business as it is to each believer’s life.
Our passion is to expand God’s kingdom; our vehicle is partnerships with Christian ministries, churches, and individuals. Every time you use Christian Community Credit Union for your banking needs, we can help other ministries build churches, expand ministry, and reach out to the lost. The more money placed on deposit with Christian Community Credit Union, the more we can serve.
Our Cards that Give to Missions & Ministries program has given us the opportunity to donate more than $5.6 million to missions and ministry projects since 1995. At year-end, cardholders have the opportunity to donate their points to missions and ministry projects. Many of those ministries reach out and share the love of Christ in our own country and around the world.
Institute for Global Engagement Appreciates CCCU’s Partnership with Religious Freedom Training
Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) President/CEO John Boyd talks about CCCU’s support and partnership. IGE is all about taking religious freedom and the rule of law training to far-flung countries where that is not the norm. Christian Community Credit Union’s partnership with IGE has enabled them to offer training and has freed up so many believers to freely worship Jesus Christ.
Emergency Relief Funds for Ukrainian Refugees
We’re grateful to our members for entrusting their finances to Christian Community Credit Union. Through their use of their missions-giving credit card, CCCU is able to donate $5,000 to American Baptist Churches USA’s (ABCUSA) International Ministries for humanitarian aid to Ukraine. The amount will help provide critical life necessities to Ukrainian refugees including food, shelter, medicine, and hygiene items. The donation will be administered by One Great Hour of Sharing, the World Relief arm of ABCUSA. CCCU staff is also donating to other Christian causes providing relief funds to Ukraine. Will you join us?
CCCU Donates Towards First Christian Camp in Liberia
Christian Community Credit Union (CCCU) partnered with the camping ministries of Transformation Ministries (TM) to donate funds to open the first Christian Camp in Liberia. Through the generosity of CCCU members using their “Cards that Give to Missions,” Mike Pate, CEO of TM Camps, says “we’re impacting others for the Gospel.” Click here to view the video▸
Bringing Education and Hope to Human Trafficking Victims
In response to the crisis of human trafficking, Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 in a matching fund towards The Freedom Challenge for their Giving Tuesday campaign to provide women and children in Bangladesh with literacy and development programs. The Credit Union also donated $10,000 in a matching fund to Rebirth Homes to support their education and counseling programs for human trafficking victims.
In response to the massive, devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 towards disaster relief efforts by International Missions and One Great Hour of Sharing. International Ministries has global servants serving in the area who can offer immediate help to those affected by the blast.
In response to the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Michael, Christian Community Credit Union donated $5,000 towards disaster relief efforts in partnership with the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF)’s CUAid initiative. The Credit Union also donated $5,000 to Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) for the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Indonesia.
In response to the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Florence, Christian Community Credit Union donated $5,000 towards disaster relief efforts in partnership with American Baptist Churches USA (ABCUSA). The Credit Union also donated $5,000 to American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) for their “Rebuilding, Restoring, Renewing Puerto Rico” initiative. This is an ongoing recovery effort for communities greatly affected by Hurricane Maria. Both donations were directed to the Christian relief organization One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS).
In response to the devastating flooding in Laos caused by a dam collapse, Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 in a matching fund with Operation Mobilization. The donation will go towards providing food, shelter, hygiene packs, and other relief efforts.
Christian Community Credit Union donated $50,000 to American Baptist International Ministries (IM) to support various missions projects worldwide. The amount will go towards AIDS prevention in Africa, medical outreach in the Caribbean, church planting in Central America, and evangelistic efforts in Asia. The donation is the completion of a $150,000 commitment the credit union made to IM over a three-year period.
The Sydney Orphanage in Andhra Pradesh, India
The Credit Union also donated to the Sydney Orphanage in Andhra Pradesh, India. The amount helped construct an orphanage facility to accommodate 250 children who otherwise would become prime targets of human trafficking predators.
The Credit Union also donated over $500,000 to Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) through MAF Visa cardholders using their card. “MAF’s partnership with the Credit Union gives you new ways to share Christ’s love with isolated people – and I could not be more grateful!” John Boyd, MAF President & CEO
Leadership Development Programs
Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 in a matching grant campaign to Asian Access. The amount donated went towards leadership development programs to pastors in nine countries and helped launch the Asian Access ministry in Bangladesh.
The Credit Union donated $20,000 to World Missions Far Corners to replace a medical missions boat in Peru that had been destroyed while carrying out its work. The new boat will continue to bring medical care as well as the gospel to the native people living along the rivers of the Amazon jungle basin.
Helping the Poor in Thailand
Christian Community Credit Union’s card that “Gives to Missions” program pledged $232,500 to bring help and hope to the poor and remote villages in Northern Thailand. Not only did we help change lives economically and physically but also spiritually.