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Step By Step Courtyard Mural
Illustrative Photo - Our Courtyard Mural

A Three-Fold Calling

THE PEOPLE

THE LEAST OF THESE

As a ministry we serve the Lord.  We not only care for abandoned children with Special Needs, but also for the people in our local community. In everything we do, we put others before ourselves. Whether it's sharing the gospel, freely providing life giving water, or caring for "the least of these," meeting the needs of every person God puts in front of us, is our mandate and joy.

THE PURPOSE

POINTING THEM TO JESUS

Our calling is to point everyone to Jesus Christ. As depicted in the mural above, each child receiving A Home, A Hope, A Future, must know that Christ alone is the source of the Step By Step Worldwide Ministries three-fold purpose' for their lives. He is the One who not only provides their earthly home, but He is also the source of their heavenly home, the source of their hope and the source of their future. 

THE PARTNERSHIP

GHANA & UNITED STATES

The partnership is the developing relationship between our ministry and the nation of Ghana. It is a relationship built on faith in Jesus Christ, and strengthened by being of one heart and one mind in the quest to do unto the Lord. 

As we are sent, this partnership will also be established and expanded to other areas of Ghana, and additional nations worldwide.

Step By Step Worldwide Ministries

It's All About Jesus

"You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do they light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven."  - Matthew 5:14-16

 In all things, we seek to demonstrate the light, the life, and the love of Christ to all those we come in contact with. Our children and all peoples must know Jesus. Our commitment is to always point them to Jesus in everything we do, everything we say, and may they see the Lord in us.

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