Stoneworks INTERNATIONAL Mission
seed is sown
needy are helped
Overview of Ministry Activity
Minsk Family Home
Through our partner Spring of Revival, we have a transitional home for young ladies, where they are discipled and taught life skills.
Stoneworks International sponsors teams of Americans who prepare for ministry and then travel overseas, typically to a camp or orphanages. Teams take part in the camp program in many ways, from playing sports - to repairing buildings - to sharing their faith. Teams range in size from a few to over a dozen members.
We promote and encourage ongoing contact with new believers after camp sessions end. These take place in the context of relationships with individuals and in small groups.
The goal of the Living Stones program is to enlist Russian volunteers to minister regularly with groups of people. This takes place primarily with orphans in orphanages, but is not limited to this venue. Specific activities are venue appropriate. For example Bible studies are rarely permitted in orphanages, so the instruction may be in English as a second language or other specialized instruction such as in sewing or computers.
The most common humanitarian aid activity is the purchase of supplies or equipment for an organization ministering to needy groups of people. Examples are orphanages, hospitals and transition homes. Typically these are occasional or one time donations.
Plans and Goals
Stoneworks International is currently in the process of helping open a center for disabled children in Johvi, Estonia.
We hope to open a transitional home for young men in Minsk, Belarus.
We are looking for long-term missionaries who are called to serve in Estonia and Montenegro.