We desire to participate in the Great Commission of Christ to “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). We do this though equipping our local congregation and through sending out global, cross-cultural servants (missionaries), that they may represent Christ, share the good news, and make disciples in their contexts.
We aim to do more than just provide financial support to missionaries; we want to truly partner in the gospel with them (Philippians 1:5) through prayer and intentional actions to care for our cross-cultural workers.
The missionaries listed below serve through diverse areas of work, serving as musicians, physicians, graphic artists, teachers, and engineers (just to name a few). What they share in common is a desire to be used by God, wherever they are, to see others come to faith and maturity in Jesus Christ. Some missionaries listed below are in areas where we cannot openly share about their presence. This is not out of fear or shame, but is to enable them to continue their ministry and to protect the people with whom they work.
If you would like to communicate with a missionary, if you are wondering how to become more involved in missions, or if you have other questions, contact Dave Hyatt. Six ways to Reach God’s World is another helpful resource.