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  • Bolivia Missions Trip

    Why are you alive?  If you're a Christian, Jesus has already answered that question for you. "Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." (Matthew 28:19-20) Over the last few years, we've sought to fulfill our God-given mission through our partnership with churches and Christian ministries in Bolivia. We're excited to announce that God has provided an opport...

  • Pray for Malaysia

    "Let the peoples praise you, O God; let all the peoples praise you!" (Psalm 67:3) On the last Sunday of every month, we set aside time to pray for the ministry of the gospel around the world. Last Sunday, Josh led us in praying for Malaysia, which has been in the news recently since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.  Here's a short video that will help you know how to pray for Malaysia this month. If you're not able to view the video, click here.

  • 2014 Missions Fund

    We have an opportunity to make a financial contribution this Sunday to the 2014 Sovereign Grace Mission Fund. For many years, the missions fund has enabled us to partner with other congregations who share our denominational commitment to planting and building local churches around the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Here are three reasons why my family will be investing in the mission fund this year. 1) We believe God is transforming us into a church that’s actively involved in inte...

  • Pray for the Bishops

    Brad and Tammy Bishop, two of our church members, arrived safely in La Paz, Bolivia last Friday. God has given them a growing desire to support the ministry of Suti Sana in the red light district of El Alto. Suti Sana provides an economic alternative for women desiring to leave the brothels in the form of training and employment as seamstresses.

  • Pray for Afghanistan

    "So how is your church involved in missions?" For many years, I never liked answering that question. Nearly every time it came up I was immediately attacked by a sense of guilt. My answer usually went something like this: "Here's what we're doing, but I know we should be doing more." Cue the condemnation.