Voices Of The World Speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves

About Voices of the World

Voices of the World is named and created for those throughout the world who suffer and yet cannot speak for themselves.

Voices of the World aims to speak of that suffering, both physical and spiritual, to those who have the resources to alleviate it.

Voices of the World sends and supports laborers who would give their hearts and lives to serving those who suffer.

Voices of the World is a registered 501(c)(3) organization based in Queen Creek, Arizona committed to sending and supporting missionaries to the poor and destitute of the world.

Voices of the World is proud to send missionaries to those who are in need around the world. Please see our “Get Involved” page to see how you can be involved in this ministry.

The leadership board of Voices of the World is made up completely of volunteers who have a heart to see missionaries sent and supported to all corners of the world. We believe in our missionaries and what they are doing. Right now the entire focus of Voices of the World is devoted to ensuring they are successful.

Dan Heller – Chairman of the Board

Javan Mesnard – Treasurer and Board Member

Ben Heller – Board Member

Lynne Hartke – Board Member

Vern Braaksma – Board Member

Comments are closed.

Jon and Layne
family jovie_eliza_blog jon_edson checkers img_0030 edson_anaya
Ian
ian6 ian4 ian5 ian3 ian2
RSS JonandLayne.com
  • Back in the Swing of Things March 14, 2019
    How is it possible that we’ve been home over six weeks? I am sorry for the silence. Here is an update! When we arrived home, it was only a few days later that Loice and her Mama came to our house. Many of you heard me talk about Loice and urge you to pray for…
  • The Dying January 3, 2019
    A Jon Post It has been 45 days since I’ve lived with the dying. 45 days ago I drove away from the dying and entered once again the homes and communities of the living. While it’s been comfortable, joyful, loving, and restful to be with the living, I still miss the dying. I have spent 45…