Missions Ministry


Children are “But you are my witnesses. O Israel!” says the Lord, “you are my

Servant. You have been chosen to know me, believe in me and understand

That I alone am God. There is no other God-there never has been, and there

Never will be.” Isaiah 43:1


Our church desires to impact the world through an active mission program. “The places around the world where revival is occuring are places where Christians are thinking and living as a force, not an audience.” -Raymond Culpepper


Summer Mission Trip

Imagine Ministry, Nicaraugua

aboutpic2Each summer, we take a group of servants to the mission field. There is no greater way to identify with the burden and passion of missions than to see the mission field first hand. We are privileged to join together with Imagine Ministries located in Los Brasiles, Nicaragua.

Imagine Ministries is committed to helping the children of Los Brasiles reach their dreams by introducing them to the eternal power of God through Jesus Christ. This is being done through Christian Education, feeding programs and recreational activities. This summer our group will conduct a summer Vacation Bible School for the children.  Part of our group will also deliver needed items to the families of Los Brasiles, as we share the love of Christ. Visit their website here.

Missionary Support

Faces Ministry, Ecuador

Dan and Teresa Susong are dedicated to bringing a better life to the shoe-shine children of Ecuador. Each month they travel to the Quichua Indian community to teach the women and families a Biblical approach to handling life, while many of their children are left in the city to earn a living. They also run a ministry center and school in the city of Quito. Through these ministries they feed, teach, and help protect the children that are left in the city.

Healing Hands Ministry, Honduras

junglehospital-darkIn 1994, Martin and Wendy Williams moved to a village along the northern mountainous region of the Honduran rainforest. There they operate a jungle hospital that serves more than 31 villages with a population of an estimated 15,000 people. They serve with dedication, yet with few resources.  Visit their website here.