Missions Faith Promise Commitments
Our Missions Faith Promise offering enables us to support missionaries and their work around the world.
How Missions Faith Promise Works:
- Ask God what He would have you give to Missions Faith Promise (above your regular church giving) in the next 12 months
- Write the amount on the card provided in service (name is optional) or at the online link HERE.
- Give and watch how God provides for you AND uses you to provide for His work throughout the world.
Our collective Missions Faith Promise commitments enable us to set a 12-month budget and inform our missionaries what financial support they can expect from us.
CLICK HERE to make an online Faith Promise Commitment
(March 2018-February 2019)
Missions Faith Promise Update
Thank you for being a congregation that supports missionaries around the world. Because of your willingness to make a “faith promise,” we were able to set a missions budget of $289,040 for the year that began on March 1, 2018. Thank you for your faithfulness to give and to pray for our missionaries in every corner of the world.
SHORT-TERM MISSIONS 2018
When: November (10 days before Thanksgiving)
Who: 6-8 people
Team Leader: Ron Maestas
The team will be working with the Dirrims at the Athens Refugee Center with a multi-cultural team serving refugee families.
When: October 8-18
Who: 6-8 people
Team Leader: Gregg Prickett
The team will be leading a family conference & retreat for the Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) Team serving in Uganda and Eastern Congo that includes Lary & Sheryl Strietzel. Needs include child care, youth program and worship.
When: TBD (as soon as the team could be ready).
Who: 4-6 people
Team Leader: TBD
The team will be work on a plumbing and construction project to bring water and a basic structure of a home for at-risk children.
Missionaries We Support
Our Missions Faith Promise giving helps missionaries throughout the world. Below are most of our supported missionaries. (There are a few who for their own safety cannot be named or pictured on any public media.) It is our privilege to remember all these, named and unnamed, in prayer.