Global Impacting MissionsGlobal Impacting Missions
The Mission of God and the Mission of the Church

Missions refers to the carrying out of the Mission of God which we believe to be the making, maturing, and assembling of disciples of Jesus Christ by local churches into local churches for the strengthening and building up of the body of Christ (Eph. 4:11-13). In each generation, we believe that God has delegated to every individual in the local church the above mission of advancing His kingdom on earth to their generation (Matt. 28:19-20). Practically, this necessitates that we as a church be intentional in corporately proclaiming the message of Christ to every tribe, tongue, people, and nation (Rev. 5:9), and then continuing the process of advancing God's kingdom to succeeding generations by making disciples of those who believe and encouraging them to meet together as an assembly or a local church. As a result we will actively be strengthening existing churches and establishing new ones for the glory of God.

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Church Planting in Egypt
We have partnered with The Timothy Initative (TTI) to plant churches in Egypt. TTI has a proven track record of successful church planting. Egypt is a new field where we are the primary supporter of a "Paul" who is training multiple "Timothy's," all of whom must plant a church to graduate.
Learn more about TTI at ttionline.org
Church Planter: Mike & Nicole Sherf
The Sherfs serve with Village Missions, an organization that exists to develop spiritually vital country churches in rural North America. They fulfill this aim by placing pastors in small town and rural churches that might otherwise have to close, and in doing so, preserve the Gospel presence. We support Pastor Mike's work at Clam River Chapel in Falmouth Michagan.

Local/National Church Planters
2018 is a year of transition for our church. We are in the process of interviewing and evaluating several church planters for possible support. Stay tuned.

Restricted Access Nations
Individuals working in restricted access nations cannot be named in order to protect their personal safety and to maintain their ability to minister in their fields of service.