Missions

 


This last fall, our missions team partnered up with Shan and Lindsey Mahawon of Faith Village – Trumpets for Christ in Thailand.  Faith Village Children’s Home is a safe haven for children who are orphaned, abused, in danger or have been trafficked for child prostitution or slave labor, and forced into rebel armies.

Since its foundation, FV has raised over 120 children.  These children were rescued from dangerous or hopeless situations and given hope in a family-like community.  They are immersed in a Christian environment in which they are taught and demonstrated the love of Jesus Christ.  They are educated, fed, clothed, and mentored by staff of TCI.  It is here and by your support that they are given a fresh start, and the hope of creating a beautiful future that only salvation through Jesus could bring them!

Prayers and Support:

We ask for continued prayer over the work God did through the previous missions trip to Thailand, and for favor over Faith Village in the days to come.

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We would like to thank all of those who gave of themselves through their time, talents, or treasures to help send our team to Thailand.  


To learn more

about

Faith Village, visit:  

Faith Village – Trumpets for Christ


Contact Prayer & Praise Missions Ministry Leaders | Justin & Sarah Ray


LOCAL OUTREACH

The Hospitality INC Homeless Shelter is open for the winter and we are looking for people who would like to be overnight guests as well as food hosts and evening visitors.  You can sign up in the foyer at church!  Our next time serving as a church will be Monday, Dec 11.
Join this relational discipleship platform where people like you are key catalysts in building strong families.  Birth of a Family meets every Thursday evening, at Prayer & Praise.
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Bring the whole family to minister in the local nursing homes. We love to train up the younger generation to value the older generation and share the love of Jesus with those who may feel forgotten.