2 fish & 5 loaves fed 5,000. What will your fish do?
Our mission is to support kingdom ministries in East Asia
to impact the world as Jesus commissioned.
The crowds thronged after Jesus. He was healing the sick. He was speaking words of truth. He was giving life.
Setting aside their daily agendas, their workaday lives—and even their own appetites—they followed Him up the mountain that day. All 5,000 of them.
Jesus knew they were starving. And not just spiritually. He knew that their stomachs were growling in ravenous demand.
So he accepted the humble offering from a little boy—the simple meal of five barley loaves and two fish. He gave thanks, and the disciples distributed the food.
It was a free, all-you-can-eat fish and bread buffet for 5,000 hungry people. And after everyone was stuffed, they still had 12 baskets of leftovers.
That’s the kind of God we serve
Agape Fish Fund partners with a local pastor to build water wells for clean water and ministry among tribal groups in Vietnam.
Well #3 is completed
In partnership with ZOE International, we provide preventative healthcare (multivitamins, deworming medicine, flu vaccines, and dental cleaning) for rescued trafficked children in Thailand.
ZOE is a Christian organization that strives to reach every person with the love of God and rescue every child from human trafficking. They currently provide long-term care for 75 children in Thailand. Meet some of the children, and join us in supporting them.
What do they want to be when they grow up? what Makes Them Smile?
In partnership with SOMEDCO, we build sturdy houses for families living in extreme poverty in Vietnam and share the gospel with them.
“You will be made rich in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion,
and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.” 2 Corinthians 9:11
our ministry partner
Socio-Medical Committee (SOMEDCO) is a social arm of the Evangelical Church of Vietnam in Saigon. It is operated by a lead pastor, an executive group, a consultant group, and collaborators.
SOMEDCO partners with local churches to follow Jesus Christ in working with the poor and vulnerable people. SOMEDCO promotes transformation and bears witness about the Good News of the Kingdom of God to them. They pursue this mission through these holistic commitments:
Adonai Child Rehabilitation is a Christian faith-based ministry in Kalaymyo, Burma that was established in May 2016. This ministry creates a place of rehabilitation for children and teenagers from various backgrounds like orphans, unwanted children, street children, and poor children.
glory to god
First of all, I give glory to the Lord for His guidance and blessings upon the Adonai orphans. I also give special thanks to sister Nancy and her organization Agape Fish Fund and to all the staff and donors for their generous support, prayer, and concern. May the Lord richly bless them in their daily life.
Agape Fish Fund supports low-income women in China who make and sell handicrafts to support their families.
Village: Hman Daw
Father: Deceased (2010)
Mother: Deceased (2015)
Biak is an 8-year-old boy who comes from the village of Hman Daw in Burma. His father was a drug addict who had HIV and died in 2010. His mother also had HIV and died in December 2015. There was nobody to take care of him.
Village: Mai Nuai
Father: Deceased (2014)
Mother: Imprisoned (2015)
Thian is a 9-year-old girl who comes from the small village of Mai Nuai in Burma. Her father died in a car accident in 2014. Her mother was doing illegal business with heroine, and in 2015 she was arrested and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Thian cried and went to her church pastor for help.
What could be done to help these orphans in Burma?
In April 2016, Rev. Thang learned about Biak. He went to the village and brought him home. In May 2016, Thian’s pastor called Rev. Thang and asked him to take her in. The orphanage was established that month to meet the needs of children like these. One by one, Rev. Thang took in 11 orphans in 2016. And he hopes to care for 4 more in 2017.
Message from Pastor David
Every once in awhile I come across a real servant of the Lord at SLM who just completely understands community. Riley is that young man – he understands our folks. He is one of those guys who is quiet and serves and spends time sitting with our folks. He strikes up a conversation and then the Lord just starts to work on their hearts in the midst of the conversation. I was heartbroken when I heard Riley was leaving us to go to another country. Please read the Volunteer Corner for what he told me.
I love being the pastor of those who live on the streets,
Lead Pastor David Shearin
507 teachers pray to receive christ, 15k bibles given
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About Agape Fish
China Women Employment
Low Income Tutoring
Meals For Rural Children
Mid Project Report
Monthly Project Report
Thailand Trafficked Children
Vietnam Foster Children
Vietnam Heart Surgery
Vietnam Water Wells
Year End Report