ASAP seeks to help Southeast Asians from all walks of life know God. Supporting the lay pastors and church planters in their soul-winning work is ASAP's main thrust. Humanitarian projects exist in addition to evangelism projects in areas where ASAP ministers to those in great need, i.e., the poorest of the poor in Southeast Asia. Our goal is to help new believers break out of the cycle of poverty and discover "the more abundant life" (John 10:10). Read below to learn how these projects change lives.
ASAP seeks to "go and make disciples of all" in Southeast Asia through the support of ASAP national missionaries (lay-pastors, church planters, etc.). You will be amazed at the number of innovative ways God speaks to His people. This section will kindle your passion for mission as you discover the diverse avenues in which you can share the gospel with our Asian brothers and sisters.
ASAP sponsors literacy teachers to provide basic education in order to counteract illiteracy and provide hope to vulnerable women and children, not only for their present life, but also for the life to come. Many students in these literacy schools, along with their families, accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and join the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
ASAP seeks to fulfill Matthew 25:34-40 by providing food, water and other basic necessities of life. We believe that no one should be denied access to the basics of life. As you read about the various humanitarian projects that ASAP sponsors, our prayer is that your heart would be moved with compassion.