News Ministries is a Christ-centered, charitable, non-profit
organization. All of our personnel are volunteers.
We are located in Seattle, Washington. Nearly every month donations from many
sources are shipped directly to villages, orphanages and
hospitals in Romania and other third world countries.
Warm clothing and shoes, nutritional supplements to the
malnourished, non-perishable foods and groceries, medicines
(over the counter and prescription drugs), health care supplies,
toys, household supplies, blankets and sleeping bags, household
goods, and tools are given freely to the
many peasants, villagers, elderly, orphans, street children,
homeless adults and schools.
MINISTRY TURNS THIRTY YEARS OLD
Founded the first quarter of 1990
by Jerry Riess while on mission to Romania along with Pastor
Gary Van Horn and Romanian Missionary-Pastor Vladimir Caravan,
Caleb was birthed out of prompting of the Holy Spirit, visits to
shepherds in their impoverished villages, and a clear directive
from the Lord.
from Caleb's director...
Caleb has now shipped
412 boxes in 2019 of food, clothing, medical and school supplies
as well as household goods to The Philippines. Want to help? Join the packing party the
last Friday of each month, Caleb House, 10 AM. A good opportunity
for people who work most weekdays to participate in packing. We can always use donations of white rice, canned meats or
fish, grains, and school supplies for the children.
If you think of it while shopping, we can use bulk white rice to
send to The Philippines. Each filled coffee can of rice feeds a
family for a week. We sent over 550 cans of rice in 2019,
distributed by Pastors to poorer families!
Plush Pippin Pies are available from Caleb volunteers. Call,
206 242 4264 or
email to find out what's available. Peach, Strawberry Rhubarb
and Apple are very popular at the moment.
Caleb has been asked for the following items by churches and/or
· Medications—over-the- counter medications/half used medicines
(call Jerry Riess at 206 242 4264 to verify usefulness).
· Clothing—Linens, cloth, light weight summer clothing, shoes
(especially flip-flops), winter clothing, & larger sized clothing.
· Romania is seeking heavier clothing and donations of food
items to minister
to the poor in south Serbia.
· Baby blankets & quilts
· Food—rice, beans, Spam, canned meats of
Velveeta cheese, canned cocoa, and powdered milk
· Musical Instruments (small)—accordions, harmonicas, violins,
· Hygiene items—tooth-brushes, travel-sized scented soaps,
toothpaste, and bandages Bibles—and books on scripture, study Bibles.
Caleb also assists many
the world - meet just one...
Light Under The Bridge goes
where most charities will not go, they go under the freeways,
bridges, and into the woods looking for the homeless that are
not involved with the missions, shelters, and soup kitchens.
These are the homeless that indeed feel forgotten, that is until
they meet the volunteers from Light Under The Bridge. They not
only feed, clothe, and bring various supplies to the homeless,
but through the relationships Light Under The Bridge has
established with various faith based recovery homes, they are
able to offer the homeless real hope-Jesus Christ and a way off
Join Jon Meer, director of the NW division of LUTB, every Saturday
as they go under the bridges of Seattle feeding and ministering
to the homeless. Are you interested in helping or have
questions, call Jon at (206) 779-4263. Read more about this ministry in the 2015
1st quarter Caleb newsletter
continues to sponsor monthly free medical clinics in Nigeria, Togo, The
Cameroons, and The Philippines, along with continuing our daily and
monthly clinics in Petrosani, Braila and Bucharest, Romania. Our
affiliates now extend to Liberia, Kenya, Malawi, Zambia Nepal,
Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, The Philippines, Belize, Honduras,
Thailand, Malaysia and Maramar (Burma. Local Services and
goods are provided by Caleb Ministries to Light Under the Bridge street
ministry, The Cross Church, House of Mercy and other programs.
Happening at Caleb! God
never sleeps, so there's always something stirring...