The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc.

General

Classification: Nonprofit
Type of Organization: Missions-Sending
Legal Name: The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc.
Established: 1938

Organizational Principles

Purpose & Mission Statement:

We are a worldwide Christian ministry communicating biblical truth about Israel and the Messiah, while fostering solidarity with the Jewish people.

Denomination(s): Interdenominational
Member Organization(s): Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)
Open to New Locations: Yes
Service Locations: Local (City/State)
Regional
National (United States)
International
Online
Active Cities:
Charlotte, NC
Chicago, IL
Columbus, OH
Detroit, MI
Las Vegas, NV
Miami, FL
Minneapolis, MN
New Philadelphia, PA
Phoenix, AZ
San Diego, CA
Charlotte, NC
Chicago, IL
Columbus, OH
Detroit, MI
Las Vegas, NV
Miami, FL
Minneapolis, MN
New Philadelphia, PA
Phoenix, AZ
San Diego, CA
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Active Regions:
Midwest (East North Central)
South (East South Central)
Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
West (Mountain)
Northeast (New England)
West (Pacific)
South (South Atlantic)
Midwest (West North Central)
South (West South Central)
Midwest (East North Central)
South (East South Central)
Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
West (Mountain)
Northeast (New England)
West (Pacific)
South (South Atlantic)
Midwest (West North Central)
South (West South Central)
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Active States:
Arizona
California
Florida
Illinois
Michigan
Minnesota
New Jersey
Ohio
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Utah
Virginia
Arizona
California
Florida
Illinois
Michigan
Minnesota
New Jersey
Ohio
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Utah
Virginia
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Active Countries:
Argentina
Australia
Canada
France
Germany
New Zealand
Poland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States
Argentina
Australia
Canada
France
Germany
New Zealand
Poland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States
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Doctrinal Statement:

http://www.foi.org/about-us/statement-faith/

Core Values:

Our Commitment The Friends of Israel is an independent, evangelical faith mission that is totally dependent on the prayers and support of Bible believing, churches and individuals. Our mission is clearly defined. The task is to make Christ known to all people, in obedience to his commission to the church. We are a worldwide Christian ministry communicating biblical truth about Israel and the Messiah, while fostering solidarity with the Jewish people. (Our full doctrinal statement is available here.) Today the ministry stands on the threshold of unparalleled opportunity. Our greatest needs are time, qualified workers, and friends who will enable us with their gifts and strengthen us with their prayers. The task at times seems overwhelming. But still, the Gospel remains "the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek [Gentile]" (Romans 1:16). We therefore are compelled to proclaim His truth with every fiber of our being and through every resource available to us.

Financial Principles We conduct our ministry on sound principles of Christian stewardship. We maintain membership in the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability the (ECFA). Audited financial statements are published annually in Israel My Glory magazine. In all areas, we strive for excellence and accountability as stewards of the Lord. Our active board of trustees is composed of outstanding Christian leaders. All Friends of Israel's workers strongly endorse our cultural statement and principles of ministry.

Missions-Sending

Ministries Offered Education
Evangelism
Literature
Medical
Missionary Durations: 1 to 3 Weeks
4 to 11 Months
Long Term/One Way
Individuals: No
Divorced: No
Married Couples: Yes
Families: Yes
Groups: No
Educational Requirements: Yes
Preferred Education Level: High School Diploma
Some College
Bachelor's Degree
Does the organization provide funding? Yes
Does the organization provide benefits? No
Does the organization require training? No
Does the organization provide training? Yes

Training Provided by Organization:

Long-Term Missionary Accountability Practices:

Regional directors maintain close relationships with field staff and require regular reporting.