F.A.Q.

What does EWCM stand for?

EWCM stands for Eternal Word Communication Ministries.

 

 

What is EWCM’s phone number?

The organization’s phone number is (562) 864 4776.

 

 

Who is the contact person in USA?

The contact person in USA is Dr. Vincent Nwankpa

 

 

What does EWCM do?

Education for children It’s a Christian organization that it’s mission is to establish Christian schools to educate children holistically in the light of the Word of God.

 

 

Where does EWCM operate?

The ministry’ mission field is Nigeria.

 

 

Does EWCM have a 501 © 3 status?

It is absolutely yes. It’s recognized by U. S. Internal Revenue Service as 501 © 3 organization. Your material and financial donations are tax-deductible.

 

 

How can I partner with EWCM?

If you strongly feel you want to be part of this bunch dedicated to eradicating illiteracy in Nigeria and neighboring countries, please be our guest. Contact us at P. O. Box 155,

 

Norwalk, 90651-0155. Email us at eternal.word@worldnet.att.net, or phone us at (562) 864 4776.

 

 

Can I sponsor a child or a project?

Yes, you can! Read for details.

$35.00 a month covers the tuition/supplies for primary school students.

$45.00 a month covers the tuition /supplies for secondary school students.

 

 

What are the on-going projects?

a. building classrooms

b. putting doors and windows

c. plastering the walls and floors of the classrooms and offices

d. providing buses for transportation

e. building dormitories for students that could come from far away villages, cities, states or countries

f. replacement or repairs of worn out equipment

g. providing of electric generator for generation of power.

 

 

How can I support the organization?

There are several ways you can support the organization:

i. donate money

ii. material donation

iii. prayer partner

iv. volunteer your time to help where it’s needed

v. tell others about the organization

 

 

Does EWCM host short-term missionaries?

Yes, it does. The organization does accept individuals who love to work with children in a school setting. By showing love and caring for them you are demonstrating God’s

 

love to human. These mission trips are mostly carried out during summer time, but it not mean you can’t go other times of the year.

 

 

How long is the mission trip?

For now the duration of each trip is seventeen days. However, if an individual wishes to stay more than seventeen days, it will be arranged.

 

 

How much does each trip cost?

Airfare LAX/Lagos/LAX …………………………………$1,999.00

Airfare Lagos/Owerri/Lagos …………....………………… $350.00

Local transportation ……………………….....………………$180.00

Travel tax …………………………………......……………… $120.00

Hotels ……………………………………….....……………… $450.00

Food ……………………………………………....……………$350.00

Donation for project …………………………...……………..$250.00

Total $3699.00

Plus personal funds for sightseeing …….………………… $200.00

Visa fee ………………………………………...………………$110.00

 

 

What would I do in the mission field?

a. Teach any school subject you’re good at

b. Teach computers

c. Teach physical education

d. Teach music

e. Teach Bible lessons

f. Teach any extra curricular activity that will enhance learning

g. Pray for the progress of the work

h. Treat sick students/staff/family members if you are a Physician

 

 

Who can go for the mission trip?

Anybody that’s 14 years or older is qualified to go. One more thing, the person has to love children and subscribe to our mission statement.

 

 

I would like the address of your office overseas.

The address of the school is Eternal Word Christian Schools International, Umudibia, Nekede, Imo State, Nigeria

 

 

Do you have members for your ministry?

Yes! We have board members of the ministry in Nigeria and in the USA.

 

 

Can I give through the internet?

Yes, you can give through the internet using your credit card through Paypal.

 

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