Missionary Ventures International works in conjunction with several ministries to supplement its purpose to encourage and support indigenous missions through personal involvement. The ministries rely on Spirit-led leaders to recruit capable volunteers and marshal resources to fulfill their unique task to “reach the un-reached” through practical applications of skills and training often used in secular endeavors. Each ministry responds to the admonition from Paul to the Ephesians that “we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
The Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) is a non-profit, interdenominational organization dedicated to taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ into the highways and byways through motorcycling. The ministry of CMA encompasses 18 countries. During the past 20 years CMA has partnered with Missionary Ventures to place 2,600 motorcycles, 4,200 bicycles, two boats and two horses with pastors in 95 countries. CMA achieves this through its “Run for the Son” which raises millions of dollars annually to partner with Campus Crusade for Christ’s Jesus Film Project and Open Doors USA as well as MV.
The goal of the Jesus Film Project is to help share Jesus with everyone in his or her own language using media tools and movement building strategies. The Jesus Film project distributes the film “Jesus,” a two hour documentary about the life of Christ based on the Gospel of Luke. The film has been seen in every country of the world and translated into hundreds of languages since its initial release in 1979. The Jesus Film Project receives funds from the Christian Motorcyclists Association “Run for the Son” and partners with MV, CMA and Open Doors in several ministry outreaches each year.
For over fifty years, Open Doors has pursued a singular purpose: to stand with the persecuted church …building their courage, meeting their needs, sharing their stories and championing their faith. Open Doors is best known for putting Bibles, commentaries, evangelistic tools, training materials, hymn books and other Christian literature into the hands of persecuted believers. They also provided leadership training, Christian community development and prayer/presence/advocacy programs for the persecuted church. Open Doors receives funds from the Christian Motorcyclists Association “Run for the Son” and partners with MV, CMA and the Jesus Film Project in several ministry outreaches each year.