Network Your Church

Lifeline is here to support you and your church as you discern how the Lord is leading you to care for the vulnerable.

Unaware or apathetic, God’s Church is missing opportunities to serve the vulnerable.

You can’t help where you don’t know there’s a need. And sometimes that’s where churches and believers find themselves — unaware of the global orphan crisis and the urgent needs within it.

But we know God commands His Church to care for the fatherless and the widow. It’s not a humanitarian act, but a true reflection of His love and character to those in need.

Once you’re aware of the 140 million children, each one precious and invaluable in His sight, the Church must act. But where do you start?

Let us show you how we connect and network you and your church with international partners already ministering to the vulnerable in their community.

Connecting Church to Church

As churches are educated about the orphan crisis, they may find themselves asking, “Now that we know, what do we do?” Connecting U.S. churches with international churches and ministries is one way we see God work. If you want to get connected with an international partner, or already know of a church or orphan care ministry you want to further resource, let’s chat.

Making an Impact Together


Connecting churches to churches, we find ways to further orphan care efforts in 26 countries.

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Our Partners

Through these relationships, churches and ministries are further developed to meet the needs in their community.

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For Caregivers

Caregivers, foster parents, and others are equipped with the best techniques to care for children from trauma.

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Taking Gospel Hope to the Nations, Together

As we deepen relationships with churches like King Jesus Church in Busega, Uganda, we see God open doors for places like Busega Community School for the Deaf & Blind to open. King Jesus Church felt called to minister to the deaf and blind vulnerable children in their area that were neglected and abused. Today, more than 30 students are enrolled in the school and learning to communicate, and hearing the gospel for the first time.

As we connect U.S. churches with King Jesus Church, we see the global Church unite to care for the fatherless around the world. Connect with us to find out ways you and your church can be a part of this effort.

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12,000+ Children Impacted Every Year

Working alongside churches and ministries that are serving their community.

300+ Ministry Leaders Trained Every Year

Through in-person and virtual training, we walk with caregivers in various outlets.

29 Countries Represented

We walk with believers in places like Uganda to Pakistan to Colombia.

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We are called

as God’s children to be the instrument that God uses to repurpose the brokenness of this world into a beautiful canvas of His love, grace, and mercy.

“Lifeline’s orphan care ministry has provided our church with opportunities to see, experience, and serve in homes in the Dominican Republic and Guatemala, which display the redeeming work of Christ in the lives of vulnerable children.”

“Lifeline is a part of our Asbury family. Since partnering with them, they have opened our eyes to the needs and the importance of what it means to care and love on vulnerable children. We are committed to go where the Lord is calling us to go and share James 1:27 here and around the world.”

“We originally partnered with Lifeline as a way for our youth to be more involved with missions. Eight years (& many trips) later and our partnership with Lifeline and King Jesus Church in Uganda has grown tremendously. It has been a joy for our whole church, not just the youth, as we have sent youth and adults to work alongside King Jesus Church, lead Bible studies, pastors’ conferences, and spend time building relationships with our friends there.”

“We are so thankful for the many opportunities Lifeline has allowed for our church family to be engaged in seeing the gospel advance among vulnerable children through prayer, going, giving, learning, and caring. We believe this is God’s heart (James 1:27) and we are glad Lifeline allows for us to be engaged and aligned with that same heart.”

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