We Send Our Best
The Great Commission is not a suggestion to a few, but a command to all disciples of Jesus. 42 percent of the world’s population lives without access to the gospel. We are called to engage as the Lord leads us, and to participate to see every people group gain access to the gospel.
Our aim is to mobilize advocates to pray, speak, give and go for the sake of unreached people groups. We are committed to sending our very best so that Jesus may be glorified by every tribe, nation and tongue.
We Pursue Justice and Righteousness
God has stood with and advocated for the poor, the oppressed, the foreigner, the orphan and the broken throughout the ages, and we simply find ourselves following Him in that pursuit.
We hear the call of God to make a prophetic stand against all forms of evil in our city, nation and world. Because Jesus made our problems His problems, we make this world’s problems our problems. We seek to combat injustice at every level as a church body and as individuals.
Our vision is to be a sending church made up of people who sacrificially love their neighbor both near and far – a mission outpost where ordinary people fall in love with Jesus and are mobilized to do justice, and to change the world.
Join us in changing local neighborhoods, fighting for educational equity, ending human trafficking, supporting foster and adoption families, pushing back gang violence, welcoming refugees, protecting the exploited, enacting justice, and planting churches in some of the most tumultuous regions of the world.
Jesus told us to pray that the Lord would raise up laborers (hard workers) for the harvest fields. Pray that God would raise up missionaries from all over the world to plant or strengthen the church together among a specific people group (Matt 9:37-38).
A person is saved only through the knowledge of his sinful state and subsequent repentance and turning to Jesus. Pray that a specific people group would feel and know the burden of sin and come to Jesus for forgiveness and salvation (Matt. 11:28-30).
False religions and deceptive ideologies have blinded men and women throughout the world to the truths of the gospel. Please pray that God would unveil the cross and would remove the veil on the minds and spirits of a specific people group (2 Cor. 3:16-17).
The Bible says that God has given His followers a spirit of power. Pray that believers among a specific missionary or people group would be set free from a spirit of fear and would boldly proclaim the truth of the gospel (2 Tim. 1:6-8).
God’s Word is so much more powerful than anything people can say; it’s a mighty lion that needs to be unleashed. Please pray for the Word of God (in written, oral, musical, and dramatic forms) to be translated and to rise among a specific people group (Isa. 55:10-11).
God promises to pour out His Spirit on all flesh, men and women, young and old, rich and poor. Please pray that God would pour out His Spirit on a specific people group, that they would see dreams and visions of Jesus, and that they would be powerfully saved and empowered to be His witnesses (Joel 2:28-32).
Jesus wants His followers to be one. Please pray that God would unite the body of Christ. Pray that Christians from around the world would work together to reach a specific people group and that the specific people group would be joined to the body of Christ (John 17:20-23).
Pray that the hearts of a specific people group would be like good soil, ready to hear the gospel and respond (Matt. 7:1-8, 18-23).
The Bible tells us to pray for the peace of Jerusalem (Ps. 122:6) and to pray for all people (1 Tim 2:1-4). Pray that a specific missionary or people group would experience peace not only in their nation but also in their hearts. Pray for the peace that results when men and women reconcile with God (John 14:27). Pray for men and women of peace among a specific missionary or people group.
Pray that believers among a specific missionary or people group would proclaim the message of the Gospel clearly, making the most of every opportunity God places before them (Col. 4:2-5).
Pray that a specific missionary or people group will understand that hope for forgiveness and acceptance with God is available only through Jesus’ work on the cross (1 Cor. 1:18).
Church history tells us that the church grows the most when persecution is present. Pray that the believers among a specific missionary or people group would endure in a Christ-like manner and will give their lives for the sake of the gospel if necessary (1 Peter 2:21-23).