International Missions Outreach (IMO) responds to disaster locally and internationally. We operate in different countries of the world through pre- mobilization and equipping of volunteers to quickly respond to crises situation within the most minimum frame. We engage, equip and deploy experienced professionals who are adequately prepared to appropriately respond to help disaster victims with their immediate needs. IMO works with volunteers and with Christian partners to provide urgent and critical needs to victims of deadly epidemics and natural disaster, including famine and earthquakes . IMO responds quickly and effectively to save lives and ameliorate suffering caused by fatal accidents, disasters, disease and deadly epidemic through the provision of needed supplies as food, medicine, shelter, clothing and water to various victims in these area. Other assistance includes blankets, hygiene items, cooking utensils and other basic necessities. Jesus responded with compassion when He saw the crowd harassed and helpless. (Mathew 9:36)
OUTREACH TO THE REFUGEES
IMO understands that migrants are not mere projects, but humans created in God’s image, of whom Christ equally died for. They therefore, need our spiritual and physical care. At home here in US, the messages to the Churches and Christian community is - take responsibilities to reach out to strangers (refugees) around you.
United States is now set to admit more 10,000 Syria immigrants in 2016. Over 1.3 million children have been violently uprooted and dislocated, while about 1 million people have been forcefully dislocated since 2013 by terror and violence in Syria, Nigeria and Iraq, and all these constitute part of the world refugees of which IMO seeks their succor, solace, spiritual welfare and well-being. IMO condemns these dastardly brutalities of terrorism, mayhem and blood bath, as we also consider it as a window of opportunity for the gospel to be preached to these ‘strangers’. This indeed is a ‘Great Commission Opportunity’ - to reach these refugees at home here in US and in their different camps around the world and to support them in their cultural struggles, social upheavals and spiritual journeys, while sharing Christ with them in a culturally appropriate way.