• Giving - by providing humanitarian humanitarian relief free of charge to christian ministries, missionaries, and healthcare professionals working with the poor in the United States, and 50+countries worldwide.  Through CFH, you can provide humanitarian aid (primarily food, clothing, furniture and medication/medical supplies) throughout or city, our state, our nation, and the world.  Locally, CFH distributes individual's gifts by working with established pre-qualified ministries and indigenous missionaries wherever there is a physical need and opportunity to give, CFH requires that the provision of aid be accompanied by the proclamation of the Gospel of Christ.  Those who give through CFH hold this common belief: "our meeting an immediate, physical need pales in comparison to God's satisfaction of all men's eternal, spiritual need of forgiveness, justification, and adoption through Christ.

  • Going - by arranging short term mission trips for Christians interested in going abroad to advance the gospel.    CFH does not 'send' paid, full-time missionaries to accomplish its international outreach goals.  Instead, we prefer to assist by sending any Christian desiring to "go".  Through a CFH sponsored, short-term mission trips, any pre-qualified individual or church members can serve Christ and the poor, by fulfilling His "Great Commission".  Depending on the opportunity, specific mission trips may emphasize medical/dental ministry, work programs, street evangelism, or (in 'closed' countries) relational evangelism. Without question, gifts of humanitarian aid are of great value.  But many have found, when they "go" with their "gift" their greatest joy in giving came from giving themselves.

  • Growing - by offering churches, youth groups, organizations and individuals opportunities to grow Gods kingdom through local evangelism and discipleship ministries to the needy and through a variety of volunteer positions enabling the Church to be the hands and feet of Christ to the poor.  If one is not ready or physically able to "go" across the globe right now, they can simply go across town.  through CFH, one can be part of "growing" God's kingdom through local evangelism/discipleship ministries to the needy in the Tulsa metropolitan community.  Individually, a person may wish to serve in the "First Steps" program and perhaps help mentor new believers. This program occurs weekly at our Tulsa facility.  Corporately, throughout CFH's "Adopt-a-Facility" program, other Christians and those in their churches or sunday school classes can offer regularly scheduled outreaches at local low income housing facilities.  Regardless of an individuals's personal situation, CFH can provide a ministry opportunity - not necessarily in the giving of money, though that is certainly necessary for CFH's continuance, but simply by the giving of yourself.   One may not be able to go to Africa, but he or she can usually go across town, or volunteer at the CFH facility.  There's always plenty of work to do in the clothes closet, food pantry, or in maintaining the facility, computers, transportation, etc.  Remember this:  Scripture does not recognize a non-ministering saint.  All the Lord asks is that we serve.