DePoy Ministries International

The Righteous shall flourish like the palm tree.

Psalm 92:12


In January 2018, Jason joined the Canadian Bible Society on a Missions Trip to Nicaragua. During that trip, the Lord impressed upon Jason that DMI was to have an “ongoing presence” in Nicaragua. Following that instruction, we purpose to go at least twice per year to minister to and serve the people of that nation. DMI has partnered with Pastor Sergio Osorio Lopez and his church Casa de Bendicion a located in the capital city of Managua.
During Jason’s recent trip in February 2019 he was blessed to minister over 15 times in 9 days at four different churches. The Lord, miraculously opened multiple doors of opportunity including a marriage seminar, 3 recorded radio programs, ministering to the doctors, nurses, children, and families at the local cancer hospital La Mascota, and speaking at a Prayer and Fasting Service broadcasted live on the local Christian Radio Station, Radio Ondas de Luz.

We are seeing God perform miracles of healing and deliverance and doing amazing things through DMI thanks to the partners of this ministry sending us to this nation.

Our next trip is planned for September where both Jason and Pam will be traveling to minister in Nicaragua.

To help support this aspect of our ministry, you can submit your offerings online. Our budget for each trip is $5,000 USD.

Brick Kiln Ministry – Asia

We have partnered with a trusted ministry who is doing amazing work in Asia to help liberate enslaved Christians working in Brick Kilns.

There are varying reports, but some say there are 20,000 kilns in this Country with over 4.5 Million bonded laborers, 2 Million of them being children!

In most cases, these Christians were left with no choice other than to take a loan from the Kiln Master to pay for medical and other needs.  In return, their entire family (including their children) must work 14-16 hours a day making bricks for very little money making it impossible to ever pay off their debt – enslaving their children for generations to come!

They work with a ministry on the ground in Asia to:

1) Bring food and the Gospel into the brick kilns and to plant churches
2) Fund school and teachers salaries in the brick kilns
3) Free enslaved, persecuted Christian families from the brick kiln by paying off their debt and relocating them.

We MUST keep the location of these brick kilns and the identities of these families confidential as there is a real threat to their safety but will post updates on social media of the families we help to liberate!

In most cases, these entire families can be set free by paying off their debt of $2,500 USD or less.

Join us as we set out to set as many of these brothers and sisters in Christ FREE from this bondage!

Love Out Loud 

Christmas Care Outreach

Love is not an emotion.  Love is God!  Love is a commitment!  Love is laying down your life to benefit another!

This outreach purposes to ‘put arms’ to our love by tangibly impacting people lives and “loving out loud”!

2021 will be our 11th annual “Love Out Loud” Christmas Care Outreach where we reach and partner with those in need during the Christmas Season.  Over the years, this outreach has grown and evolved into a broader ministry whereby we not only provide families with gift cards for groceries during the holidays and gift cards so they can shop for their children, but we also assist a local Women’s Shelter by helping to stock their food pantry with food.  In addition, we assist Casa de Bendicion (House of Hope) in Nicaragua with building materials to complete their security wall around the church to protect their property.  In recent years we’ve also sent finances to Kaya Lethemba to assist the orphans with food, clothing, and school materials.

Thanks to our partners, in 2020 we raised over $3,500 and were able to assist 44 families!  We give God all the Glory!

Check out the pictures on our Facebook Album: 2020 Love Out Loud 

Every donation helps reach someone in need.

  • $100 will provide groceries for a family without children
  • $150 will provide groceries for a family + gifts for 1 child
  • $200 will provide groceries for a family + gifts for 2 children
  • $250 will provide groceries for a family + gifts for 3 children

We hope you’ll consider partnering with us this year as we look to impact even more people with the love of God! 

If you’re a family that could a little extra help this year, please complete and submit the online “Family Application” linked below no later than December 3, 2021 for consideration.

Kaya Lethemba – Zimbabwe

“House of Hope” Orphanage

DePoy Ministries partners with an orphanage in Beit Bridge, Zimbabwe called Kaya Lethemba (“House of Hope”). Each year the Orphanage holds a Christmas Gathering where hundreds and hundreds of children come to hear about Jesus, receive a meal and a small gift. We are blessed to be a supporter of this event as well as regularly sending offerings to assist the children with clothes, food, and school supplies.

To help support this aspect of our ministry, you can submit your offerings online.

Richard “Rick” Rachky Scholarship


Jason and Pam are committed to helping provide access to higher education. The first phase of this outreach is to assist a student in Nicaragua aspiring to attend college.

In 2018, we established the Richard Rachky Scholarship.

This scholarship is in honor of Pam’s father Richard “Rick” Rachky, who served as an Ontario Provincial Police Officer for 35 years before passing away of cancer in 2000. One of Rick’s guiding principles as an officer was to ensure everyone had an equal opportunity in life. It’s in that spirit that DePoy Ministries seeks to partner with students to assist them in having an equal opportunity in their education.

This scholarship will be offered to a student studying in Nicaragua in celebration of Jason’s first ministry trip outside the US/Canada when he visited the Nation’s Capital, Managua, in January 2018.

The scholarship will be for tuition and related expenses up to $1,000 USD/year for a maximum of four (4) years per student. At this point, we’re supporting one student for four years until they graduate at which point we’ll be able to assist another student for their four year degree.

The first recipient of this scholarship was Flor Elena Osorio Zeledón, who served as Jason’s translator on his first trip to Nicaragua. Flor is attending Universidad Central de Nicaragua (Nicaraguan Central University) and majoring in International Relations and External Commerce.

To help support this aspect of our ministry, you can submit your offerings online.