The Card that Gives to Global Mission
Total Donation Given To Date: Over $176,400
- Points for Missions 2019 Campaign Results = $4,300
Christian Community Credit Union has partnered with American Baptist International Ministries (IM) to offer you a unique credit card that gives to global missions while you save money and earn significant rewards. For every new IM Visa credit card account opened, Christian Community Credit Union will donate up to $50 to support IM. Plus, every time you use your IM credit card for a purchase, the Credit Union makes additional donations to IM.
The IM Visa Card is a unique way to support IM and its efforts to recruit, train, and send global servants. IM works cross-culturally to invite people to become disciples of Jesus Christ and to proclaim, through both word and deed, God’s reign of justice, peace and abundant life for all creation.
- International Missions
- Christian and Regional Ministries
- College and Seminary Scholarships
- Disaster Relief
- New Church Planting
- Camping Ministries
- Other Ministry Projects
Rev. Lauran Bethell, IM Missionary, shares how the Credit Union has helped her ministry.
Together we’ve been able to give more to missions and ministries
$20,000 Donated for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief
In response to the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey, the Credit Union donated $10,000 through the Christian relief organization One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS). A matching donation up to a total of $5,000 was offered to American Baptist Men-USA (ABMen). The National Credit Union Foundation’s CU Aid program received $2,500. The Credit Union also gave its employees an opportunity to help Hurricane Harvey victims with a matching donation of up to a total of $2,500 for OGHS.
$15,000 Matching Gift Fund for Nepal Earthquake Relief – May 2015
In response to the aftermath of the massive earthquake in Nepal, Christian Community Credit Union partnered with American Baptist International Ministries (IM) to offer a $15,000 matching fund for Nepal earthquake relief through One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS), a Christian effort to provide food, water, shelter, and medical attention in times of disaster. Read more ▸
$23,000 Donated to International Ministries – January 2015
Christian Community Credit Union donated $23,000 to American Baptist International Ministries (IM) in 2014 through the Credit Union’s IM Visa Card affinity program. These donations will go towards AIDS prevention in Africa, medical outreach in the Caribbean, church planting in Central America, and evangelistic efforts in Asia.
$50,000 Donated to International Ministries – June 2013
Christian Community Credit Union President/CEO John Walling (left) presents a $50,000 check to Reid Trulson, International Ministries (IM) Executive Director. The donation will go towards AIDS prevention in Africa, medical outreach in the Caribbean, church planting in Central America, and evangelistic efforts in Asia.
$50,000 Donated to International Ministries – March 2012
Christian Community Credit Union President/CEO John Walling (right), and Board Chairman Dennis Endert (left), presents a $50,000 check to Ray Schooler, International Ministries (IM) Director of Development-Church Relations. The amount is the second of three $50,000 donations that the Credit Union committed to give to IM from 2011 to 2013.
$50,000 Donated to International Ministries
Hector M. Gonzalez (Right) Christian Community Credit Union’s Membership Rep, presents a $50,000 check to Reid Trulson (Left), Executive Director of the American Baptist International Ministries (IM) and Ruth Clark, IM Board President. The amount came from the Credit Union’s “Cards that Give to Missions” program.
$232.500 Donated to “Launch a Village”
Christian Community Credit Union’s card that “Gives to Missions” program pledges $232,500 to bring help and hope to the poor and remote villages in Northern Thailand. Not only are we helping change lives economically and physically but also spiritually.
“The ‘Launch a Village’ Project is an answer to prayer. Not only do we help bring water and life skills to the poor and remote villages in Thailand, we’re also sharing about the Living Water that will flow into each of the villager’s heart and soul.” – Becky Mann, Missionary, Integrated Tribal Development Programme