Eagles Rest

Respite for Asian national pastors and families serving in poverty

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There is a very small group of Christians among the gypsy people on the island of Koh Sirey. We (Eagles Rest Foundation) have decided to take on one family as a project if the money can be raised as well as teams of people to help at each stage. (The  [ Read More ]

A video overview of Eagles Rest Foundation. Interviews with the Ala family and others. 42 minutes.

July 27-30 we held a four Day Seminar titled, "God's Redemptive Plan for the world". Pastor Allan Stanley-Smith traveled from Adelaide, Australia to be with us for the third time.

Alan Morrison is a young man with the maturity and insight of someone much older. He can to us "by accident" - and yet stayed for five months quickly becoming part of our family. He has been back once since, and is planning to bring a team from his church early in 2013.

  • Core Values

    Glorifying God, acknowledging the Lord Jesus Christ has the preeminence. Submitting and obeying and living to God’s word abiding to Biblical principles of care and nurturing of fellow believers. Serving with grace and mercy Encouraging, restoring and equipping believers and their families. Creating ministry opportunities for the world wide Christian community.
  • The Need

    These pastors and Christian workers labor out of dedication, have a great love for the Lord, have a passion for their lost countrymen and women are often bi-vocational.

    However, they often do not know how to put necessary boundaries in place. Resulting in a lack of quality family time
    disintegration of relationships. The family exists without basic needs of medical, dental, clothing and school supplies unable to rest, recreate, and relieve stress. Unable to be restored if a moral failure has occurred. In some Asian countries pastors are only a step away from beggar status.

  • Isaiah 40:31

    But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.