We occasionally highlight different ministries and missions organizations in the desire to expand our heart for the gospel both in our neighborhood and in reaching the hurting, poor, oppressed, and orphaned in the world. Please prayerfully consider if the Lord might have you support one of these ministries as a part of your ongoing investment in the spread of the gospel.
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GCC members, Eric & Maria Holbein, are serving in Tanzania (Africa) with Neema Crafts, an organization that transforms the lives of people with disabilities in Tanzania, through handcrafts training and employment. Neema Crafts is a project of the Anglican Diocese of Ruaha in Iringa.
Shepherd’s Staff exists to partner with and facilitate local churches and their leadership by helping them to effectively mobilize their people, resources, and gifts to send and care for their own members who have been called to serve as missionaries outside of the U.S.
New Tribes Mission
Of the world's 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached. New Tribes Mission helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to these tribes to learn their language and understand their culture in order to clearly present the Gospel and effectively plant a church.
In 2013 Matt and Siobhan Slack and their family, along with several members of GCC, moved to Sarasota, Florida to plant Bridgeway Sarasota. The vision of Bridgeway is to plant a church centered on Jesus that declares and demonstrates the gospel of grace for the glory of God and the good of our city.
Southern Tier Pregnancy Resource Center
A ministry that offers hope and help to women who are pregnant. Through their counseling and care, they help women make very important life choices about their baby and what options are available to them.
For over 50 years, Operation Mobilization (OM) has been bringing the message of hope through Jesus Christ to men, women, and children around the world. Through Bible studies, teaching students, building businesses, relief and development work, the creative arts and much, much more. By all means possible, they partner with the local church to tell people how their lives have been changed and how they too can meet Jesus!