International Church Ministries (ICM) is a non-profit organization created in 1986 to "plant churches, train foreign nationals and provide support and oversight to missionaries and churches in Europe and the former Soviet Union".
We now function not only in Europe, but globally currently supporting four churches in three European countries and missionaries in three countries.
"We are a corporation that is organized to glorify God by assisting in the planting and developing of Bible-believing international churches globally, wherein an environment of worship, Biblical instruction, fellowship, and evangelism can be created, whereby the believers can develop to maturity in Christ and be adequately equipped to do the work of the ministry."
ICM Supported Churches
Budapest, HungaryAbout →
Moscow, RussiaAbout →
Leipzig, GermanyAbout →
Munich, GermanyAbout →
Starnberg, GermanyAbout →
ICM Supported Missionaries
John I. Snyder is an international pastor, author, and conference speaker, currently working as Missionary Pastor at Starnberg Fellowship. continue reading →
A native of California, Ken spent his formative years in Fresno. He first felt God calling him to the ministry at a Billy Graham Crusade when he was 14 years old. continue reading →
Constantin Lysakov served many years with Cru in various leadership roles. He currently serves as a pastor at Moscow Bible Church. continue reading →
Natascha Tepass works with young refugees in Berlin with the help of her husband, Robert. continue reading →
Vitaly Petrov serves as the Director of Trinity Video Seminary based in Kursk, Russia. continue reading →
Russia. continue reading →
Viktoria is preparing to serve as a Bible translator for the Khanty language in the Ural region of Russia. continue reading →
International Church Ministries, Inc. (ICM) is a tax exempt non-profit organization falling under IRS section 501 (c) (3).
It was created in 1986 to "plant churches, train foreign nationals and provide support and oversight to missionaries and churches in Europe and the former Soviet Union". We now function not only in Europe, but globally.
We currently support four churches in three European countries and missionaries in three countries.
Donors to these churches and missionaries, through U.S. dollar donations to ICM, may deduct their contributions as provided in section 170 of the IRS Code. ICM deducts 7% of donations made to cover our administrative expenses. Donations should be sent to:
International Church Ministries, Inc.
P.O. Box 284
Norcross, GA. 30091
Prospective missionaries interested in using ICM's support mechanisms should contact ICM President, Ronnie Stevens, at the following address:
P.O. Box 284
Norcross, GA 30091