Rose Heights is proud to partner with several international ministries all over the world. A large portion of the Rose Heights tithes and offerings go to support these ministries. Here is a list of those international ministries:

  • World Embrace Champion’s Center – Gulu, Uganda

In 2018, World Embrace and the local church will break ground for the CHAMPIONS CENTRE. It will be the first community centre in Northern Uganda and one of the biggest community centres in East Africa. The CHAMPIONS CENTRE will be a catalyst for change in Gulu, a neutral ground where churches and ministries can come together to positively affect the 7 major spheres of influence.

  • Emily Habacon – Philippines

I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, and answered God’s call to be a missionary when I was 13 years old. I attended Christ For the Nations Institute where I majored in Global Missions. Upon completing the Timothy Internship Program in Iloilo City, Philippines, I joined Go To Nations and have now returned to Iloilo to partner with the Camp Sonshine Center Foundation in their work with street children and their families. Beyond working with the Sonshine Center, I have also been given the opportunity to help raise up Filipino missionaries through an 8-week internship tailored specifically to train and send out Filipino missionaries.  My vision is to raise up nationals to become godly leaders in their communities, cross-cultural missionaries, and ministers of the gospel whatever their calling.

  • Pilgrim Republic Ministry – Ukraine

We realize the biggest rehabilitation project in Ukraine is for children and teenagers who are in difficult life situations.  However, we also do work in the area of adult rehabilitation, helping elderly people who have no place to live and no facilities to survive.  Because of the military situation in Eastern Ukraine we also do work with refugees and peaceful citizens living in a war zone.

  • Semisud – Quito, Ecuador

A Church of God South American Ministerial Seminary that offers advanced theological educational programs, including doctoral programs.

  • Chaing Rai Children’s Home – Thailand

For the Hmong people of this region, discrimination heightens their daily struggle to survive. Because many of them do not have Thai nationality, they often cannot find work and their children are denied proper education. Eventually, this cycle of poverty drives many to crime. For the Hmong women, youth pregnancy, poverty, and peer pressure provides an easy gateway into prostitution. The Global Slavery Index reports that Thailand remains a source, destination, and transit country for labor and sex trafficking, and most of the victims are impoverished or migrant individuals from the Northern region of the country. Having been coerced or manipulated into exploitation, many also fall victim to a life of drug abuse and crime leading to incarceration. 

  • Ariun Mor Christian Church – Yarmag, Mongolian

The Ariun Mor Christian church was established 18 years ago in a suburb of Yarmag near the capital city. It is a Church of God that serves the 40,000 people of Yarmag and has 60-70 in attendance every Sunday. There is only one other small church in the region. The church currently has three missionaries sent to China to spread the gospel to that closed country. The vision is that by the year 2020 that 2% of Yarmag would come to know Christ. That is 800 people in the next 6 years. They are training people and will start outreach programs to spread the Gospel. They have the vision to change their world with the truth of Jesus.

  • Lori Joiner Ministries – Katy, TX

Whether speaking, training, or discipling, Lori brings a passion to see women raised up to be all they can be in the Lord, teaching to women of all ages on a wide variety of topics. She currently makes her home in Katy, TX, with her husband Alan and two young children Josh and Jake.

  • Voice of Hope – Israel

Strategic Communications Group’s purpose is to “reach the world, with God’s Word, through radio.” John and Heather Tayloe established Strategic Communications Group in 1998 to further their lifelong work in international gospel radio broadcasting. Today, Strategic Communication Group’s Voice of Hope’s radio stations are spreading the gospel message throughout the world. Heather’s father, George Otis, Sr., established VOICE OF HOPE – 945 AM radio station in South Lebanon in 1979 and broadcast until it went off the air in 2000. Seventeen years later, the Lord moved John and Heather to reestablish the VOICE OF HOPE… this time in Israel. On March 28, 2017, the VOICE OF HOPE returned to the airwaves on 1287 AM reaching Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Cyprus and Israel from our studios on the Sea of Galilee Israel.

  • Various missionaries in India and the Congo
  • Other supported ministries include a Bangladesh Youth Camp, Andhra Pradesh Crusades, and a church plant in Amsterdam.