Jesus' last command - our first priority. Why should we care about the world "out there" when there are so many needs right here at home? Because Jesus did. And does. And He does through us, the Church. He has given us the incredible assignment and privilege of making disciples in all nations and being His witnesses to the ends of the earth (Matthew 28:19,20; Acts 1:8). Global Outreach is the cross-cultural communication of the gospel. It is taking the message and life of Jesus around the world to those who have not yet heard.
Our vision is to see the Church established within each people group of the world and equipped so that it can effectively reach the rest of its people group with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ.
To accomplish this task, we give priority in our mission’s efforts to those largest groups of people in the world who currently have the least opportunity to hear. Three billion people not only have not heard about Jesus--but cannot hear, because there's no one in their people group to tell them.
Barnabas Prayer & Support Team
How can you make a difference across the globe right from where you live in Indiana? Barnabas was a key component and partner with Paul as they sought to bring the gospel to the nations. In a similar way, we hope that our Barnabas Prayer and Support Team will serve as spiritual and emotional lifelines to our missionaries. This team has agreed to do one thing: meet once a month to pray specifically for our missionaries. It will also help support and love missionaries well during times of furlough and visitation in the U.S.
We believe that taking a trip to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of our strategic partner countries is the best way to get a real vision for our ministries. In March 2019, we will be taking our first Vision Trip to Dubai to see how God is using the Humphrey's to advance the gospel in unique and strategic ways. We will have a call out meeting for more information on November 18th, 2018 at 12:30 PM in the Adult Ed Room. Questions? Contact Luke Jones.
As a tangible expression of our core value of extravagant grace, the Christmas Offering was started in 1996. Each year, money from this offering goes to an intentional and strategic project that will “make a dent, not a dimple" in one of the neediest areas of the world. Since its first year, more than $7.4 million has been given to a variety of organizations proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ at home and abroad.