Four Corners Ministries

Opelika, AL

Founded: 2003

Tel: (334) 737-6338

Website: http://www.fourcorners.org

Donor Contact: Mrs. Angela Jones

Member Since: March 11, 2013


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,112,842
   Noncash Donations $404,330
   Other Revenue $95,893
   Total Revenue $1,613,065
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $1,325,040
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$288,025
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$288,025
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Total Assets $2,602,296
Total Liabilities $18,718
Net Assets $2,583,578
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Four Corners Ministries exists to communicate and demonstrate the gospel of Jesus to unreached and under-equipped people groups.

Abaana’s Hope follows Christ’s command by giving aid to Uganda’s poor, sick, and suffering, especially vulnerable children. Above all, we exist to proclaim the good news of salvation that comes through a relationship with Christ. The war in northern Uganda has been called the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world. For 24 long years, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the government of Uganda waged a war that left nearly two million innocent civilians caught in the middle. The U
The Child Development Program at Abaana’s Hope is designed to assist vulnerable children in realizing their full potential in Christ, in the home, and in the community. “A tree is easier bent when it is young,” so we believe now is the time to invest in these children from a comprehensive approach. The program is designed to give them a solid Biblical foundation to make a positive change in their homes and to lead the next generation. By sponsoring a child, you are providing a scholarship into t
Four Corners Ministries exists to communicate and demonstrate the gospel of Jesus to unreached and under-equipped people groups. Join us as we reach every tribe with the gospel of Jesus! www.fourcorners.org
Life Beads was created in 2013 to empower the women of the Kinene community of northern Uganda. Women were among the hardest hit by the decades-long guerilla war. The rebel militia led by Joseph Kony resorted to abducting children and indoctrinating them into their ranks. The Acholi women and girls were forced to serve the rebels in unimaginable ways. Now the fighting has ceased, but the scars of war remain. Many women were left homeless, hopeless, and without family support to provide for their
Living Stones Christian School at Abaana’s Hope is a groundbreaking experiment in African education. A quality education is simply an impossible dream to poor, rural Ugandans. LSCS is making that impossible dream a reality. Using an integrated Christian curriculum designed especially for Ugandan children, LSCS is providing a top-quality education for its students. The typical Ugandan student is taught using rote memory techniques that fail to equip students to think for themselves and solve comp
In June of 2012, missionaries with Four Corners started a bible study on Sunday afternoons with a few of the workers on the Abaana’s Hope land, meeting under the shade of shea trees. By the end of summer, there were 20 to 25 adults meeting each week along with some of the village children. As God’s Spirit moved in the hearts of the people, their new faith was shared, and God started growing His church at Abaana’s Hope. The spot under the shade trees was soon taken over by the large number of chi
Vision: An abiding network of gospel centered, Bible saturated, African led churches. Mission: Equip and entrust leaders to strengthen and establish churches.
Since its inception, FCM has had a heart to serve the people of South Sudan. The situation on the ground in this country continues to grow worse every single day. Even before the current conflict, 50.6% of South Sudan’s population lived below the poverty line. South Sudan is now in the midst of a violent civil war. As the war continues to escalate, it has become nearly impossible for humanitarian organizations to deliver the much-needed aid the country so desperately needs. South Sudan is one of
Abaana’s Hope follows Christ’s command by giving aid to Uganda’s poor, sick, and suffering, especially vulnerable children. Above all, we exist to proclaim the good news of salvation that comes through a relationship with Christ. The war in northern Uganda has been called the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world. For 24 long years, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the government of Uganda waged a war that left nearly two million innocent civilians caught in the middle. The U
Abaana’s Hope follows Christ’s command by giving aid to Uganda’s poor, sick, and suffering, especially vulnerable children. Above all, we exist to proclaim the good news of salvation that comes through a relationship with Christ. The war in northern Uganda has been called the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world. For 24 long years, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and the government of Uganda waged a war that left nearly two million innocent civilians caught in the middle. The U
Our missionaries began to meet women who had been displaced by the war or abandoned by their families. Some of these women were homeless and forced to live in the open bush with their children. The book of James tells us that care for widows and orphans is the type of religion that God finds faultless. God provided for us to purchase 12.8 acres of land near the Abaana’s Hope property to build a Women’s Refuge Center for these women and their children. Seven traditional homes have been built, alo
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