Voice of China and Asia Missionary Society

Tulsa, OK

Founded: 1946

Tel: (918) 392-0560

Website: http://www.voiceofchinaandasia.com

Top LeaderRev. Jonathan Brooks

Donor Contact: Rev. Jonathan Brooks

Member Since: November 28, 2012


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $618,569
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $22,426
   Total Revenue $640,995
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $550,957
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$90,038
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$90,038
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Total Assets $382,361
Total Liabilities $502
Net Assets $381,859
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For over 100 years Voice of China and Asia (VOCA) has been touching Asia through ministries to the poor, outcasts, and refugees. Their mission is to touch Asia for Christ through proclaiming the gospel, making disciples and establishing self-sustaining churches. The success of their work can be measured by the second and third generation of ministers that have arisen from their Asian churches, schools and orphanages. In recent years, VOCA has also focused on open, legal Bible distribution in China. Since 1958 VOCA has established outreaches in South Korea where there is a seminary for training pastors and an orphanage for handicapped children. The founding missionaries went to Hong Kong in 1909. The ministry was incorporated in California in 1946.

There is no legal Bible distribution system among the forgotten millions of Christians in rural China. In the hands of a rural Chinese believer, a Bible will touch up to four people, who in turn, will lead two more to Christ. For each gift of $5, your donation purchases, transports, and provides on-site verification of a Bible. We invite qualifying sponsors to travel with us on short-term mission distribution trips to witness the miracle of the arrival of God's Word in rural China.
Over 90% of China's rural preachers work in a lay capacity having no form of training or study materials. The Voice of China and Asia purchases legally printed 2,000 page Study Bibles and trains rural preachers to use cross-references, Bible notes, timelines, maps, and concordance. Pastors are then taught to assemble sermons in a four-step process using their newly gained skills. At a cost of $25 each, Chinese Pastor's Study Bibles contain material equivalent to one year of Bible school.
For over 100 years, the Voice of China and Asia has been touching orphans in many countries of Asia. At present, our Eric Hammond Home for Handicapped Orphans, near Busan, Korea, houses 90 non-adoptable handicapped orphans. Ours is a lifetime commitment to these "kids." On our campus commonly called the "Love Village," each child is nurtured and encouraged to maximize their potentials both mentally, spiritually, and physically. Current construction project: new dormitory facilities for children
Voice of China and Asia is empowering rural Chinese Preachers and Evangelists to expand their influence beyond their present limitations. Circuit-walking Chinese Preacher's ministries are hindered by unreliable transportation, walking distance, terrain, and inclement weather. By providing reliable motorcycle transportation we have expanded development of isolated preaching points into full-fledged operating churches, evangelized new counties, and reached distant mountain villages for Christ.
Since 1990, over 1300 graduates from 60 denominations have graduated from the Peniel Seminary of the Voice of China and Asia in Busan, Korea who now serve in virtually all of the nations of Asia. In an ultra-conservative tradition dedicated to the priority and inerrancy of the scriptures the Peniel Seminary is producing a second-generation of Pastors and Missionaries to the nations of Asia where western influence is not tolerated. Current projects underway include new campus construction.
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