1. At Vertical Life Church, we believe strongly in the core value of Crazy Generosity. Jesus uses the generosity of His people to advance the mission of the local church. Based in Clio, Michigan, we support through regular giving and service two local ministries making an impact in the kingdom of God.

hhiHeavenly Hope International

is a faith-based non-profit with a goal to provide a restoration safe house facility for women and children that are victims of human trafficking and/or domestic violence situations. This ministry will be unique in a way that will minister to women by restoring broken hearts, renewing minds, and re-birthing visions through Jesus Christ by providing the following: A safe and clean environment, detox resources, medical/dental care, transportation, resume and job skills, Christian counseling and discipleship, and life-skill courses (cooking, parenting, budgeting, fitness and health, computer skills, etc). You can support them by liking them on Facebook, as well as donating to their cause through their website.

My Brother's KeeperMy Brother’s Keeper of Genesee County

cares for hundreds of homeless men who might otherwise weather a dangerous night alone. Exhausted, many homeless men spend so much time worrying about the basics of survival that they can’t find a way out of their own homelessness. My Brother’s Keeper assists unaccompanied adult men experiencing homelessness in the Genesee County area by: Providing safe emergency shelter and meeting basic needs, Addressing barriers of homelessness and self-sufficiency, and Helping guests obtain and maintain more appropriate housing. My Brother’s Keeper is a 25-bed facility managed by a professional staff, supported by dedicated volunteers and donors, and focused on meeting the needs of our guests. Founded in 2005 as a shelter for homeless men in Flint, Michigan, it has evolved into a comprehensive service provider that specializes in helping homeless men. They are an active participant in the Continuum of Care for Genesse County, support the local ten-year plan to end homelessness, and collaborate with various community partners to best serve the needs of our guests. You can visit them on the web at My Brother’s Keeper or donate to their cause.

Rouge Church

is a new start-up church in Dearborn, Michigan. Located in south-east Michigan, this Detroit suburb is known around the world for two things: being the birthplace to the auto industry (the Ford Motor Company) and being home to the largest concentration of Arab-Muslims outside of the Arab world. The Arab community is just one of many cultural heritages represented in Dearborn. It is truly a unique and diverse place. We believe God is building his church in Dearborn, it is without boarders and it is without a primary culture. It is without a doubt the makes of an international church with a reach that is both deeply local and global. We believe that Rouge is becoming more than a church in a gateway city, we believe that Rouge is becoming itself, a gateway church. You can visit them on the web at www.rouge.church.

  1.                                          Holy Temple Church of God in Christ

In continued effort to provide relief from the Flint water crisis, we have teamed up First Lady Sandra Jones with the Greater Holy Temple Church of God in Christ (http://www.greaterholytemplecogic.com/), to support their food and water distribution program. Persons affected by the water crisis can receive food and water weekly by visiting their facility at 6702 N. Dort Highway in Flint, MI. The church stands as a hub for relief for the city. You may contact the church directly for more information by calling              (810)787-3960.


Partnership: We support these ministries in various capacities. If you would like to get involved in serving in one of these ministries please fill out this form. If you would like to contribute funds to support these outreach ministries you may do so here or during a Sunday morning worship experience by labeling your special gift as missions.