MissionsFest 2022

“In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world!” John 16:33

Join us MissionsFest Sundays October 16 and 23 as we celebrate stories of courage, hope, and compassion from our missionaries and partners serving in over 50 nations and here in our community.

Add your gift to our MissionsFest Giving Project as we resource our missionaries persevering where God has placed them, standing alongside others in their troubles. Poverty, war, displacement, spiritual darkness, and children at risk are only some of the steep challenges our missionaries face as they serve in Jesus’ name. Giving runs October 15 through 23. 

MissionsFest Giving Project

Giving runs October 15 through 23

Whatever your means, your “over and above gift” will resource food for survival, programs for vulnerable children, trauma care, bring remote and unreached people groups access to God’s Word, and more.

Paired with Christian discipleship, these efforts are extending hope and opportunity to people facing troubles in Eastern Europe, South Asia, Africa, the Dominican Republic, and right here in our community.

Some sample outcomes of what your one-time gift will do include:
  • $104 will feed the 135+ vulnerable children served by our Kenyan partner Josephine at the Hope for Life Center for one day. $54 will provide daily nutritious meals for ten children for a week!
  • Dollars given will help renovate and open a Bread Bakery run by a church in Ukraine, providing 1,500 loaves of bread a day and employing 15-20 Ukrainians who had to flee their homes.
  • $1,000 provides Gospel packets for every home in a rural Greek village of 250, as Hellenic Ministries aims to complete in 2023 its lofty goal of distributing a readable New Testament to every rural home in Greece.
  • $2,000 supports a software technician aiding our WBC workers now bringing Scripture and discipleship resources to a large, unreached central Asian people group through a cell-phone app.
  • $4,000 extends supplemental nutrition and emergency medical/dental care to the most vulnerable of the 2,000 children served by Kids Alive Dominican Republic.
  • We are hopeful that our combined “above and beyond” giving will partially or fully fund the purchase of a needed large van for Puente del Pueblo. The purchase of a vehicle will be an incredible help in getting students to their programs and safely home at the end of the day.
  • (The “Giving Project” will support other efforts in sensitive regions of the world which we are not able to detail online.)

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