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"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20)
Go. Make. Disciples.
This is why we do what we do. Obedience to The Lord's command. We strive to reach not only the people of our own communities, but to go into the world and make disciples. Our current places of ministry are here in the U.S., Honduras, Mexico, and in The Philippines.
Our homeless ministry is unique from many others you might be familiar with. Our design is gospel driven, not necessarily humanitarian aid. The directors of our homeless ministry were both homeless for many years on the streets of Wichita, KS. They were saved at The Well Worship Center and have been serving The Lord faithfully for several years. Their years of experience living homeless has helped us to redefine the purpose and scope of our ministry to homeless.
In a brief statement: We engage in one-on-one street evangelism with the homeless by going directly to their locations under bridges and other places they congregate. We bring meals with us to hand out as a tool to engage in conversation. We send out groups of 2-3 people to work as teams.
If you include the sermons preached, lessons taught, people we council with, and other daily ministry activities, it is here in America where the majority of our ministry happens.
Through our child sponsorship program, we provide food each week, school supplies, bible study, and transportation for middle school and high school students. Our program in Honduras has just over 200 kids participating.
In addition to our sponsorship programs, we lead several mission teams each year in mission work in Honduras.
Our mission in Mexico is in the city of Juarez. During the summers we host Vacation Bible Schools and deliver backpacks for the upcoming school year.
The week before Christmas we deliver Christmas gifts for children, clothing, and other items.
We provide food for a small group of families in Juanita Luna once a month who are meeting in homes for bible study.
For safety reasons, we can only take smaller groups of people into Juarez. We typically cap each team at 12-14 people.
Our work in The Philippines is very much evangelism oriented. Most trips involve a lot of preaching in various locations. Many of the messages are delivered to people who are not Christians. In 2022, during a 6-day span of services, we witnessed more than 70 people make public professions of faith in Jesus Christ. All of these people are immediately connected with the local churches in their areas that we partner with.
Our primary goal in The Philippines is to encourage, equip, and empower small mission church plants. We work with native pastors who are working to reach the communities that they live in.
We plan to start a child sponsorship program for the children in these mission churches by the end of 2023.