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Global Missions

Our Definition

Missions is the Family of God intentionally crossing cultural barriers to bring people from every region & nation to worship and glorify the Lord Jesus Christ.

Our Goals
We see all GCC attendees becoming World Christians:  Supporting, praying, and “going”.

 

GLOBAL MISSIONS WE FINANCIALLY SUPPORT:

Operation Christmas Child

Each year around Christmas, we gather up lots of toys, books, bibles, art supplies, soap, clothes and fill shoe boxes to be sent all over the world.  Find out more by clicking here or watch the following video.
 

Pioneer Bible Translators

Pioneer Bible Translators bridges the gap between the church and the Bible-less peoples around the world. Their team is composed of Bible translators, literacy evangelists, church planters and a variety of support personnel transforming lives through God’s Word in every language. They are serving 26 million people in 60 language projects in 14 countries.

http://pioneerbible.org

 

Streams in the Desert

This Southeast Christian Church supported partner works in evangelism and discipleship in some very tough places in West Africa.

Southwest India Christian Mission

John and Moni Mathew serve with the Southwest India Christian Mission in the state of Kerala, which focuses on leadership training, church planting, radio broadcasting, Christian education, and community involvement. They also run a children’s home for girls and coordinate relief and benevolence efforts.

Mountain Mission School

Mountain Mission School functions as a full child care facility (home, church and school) and operates as a nonprofit, charitable organization, incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

They minister to children whose remaining family wishes to retain family ties or those for whom for other reasons adoption is not an option.

http://mmskids.org

Herko Family Mission

Winning the lost to Christ by planting new churches in the larger Jamaican cities where there are no Christian churches; and providing opportunities to others to be involved in this work via short-term mission trips.

 
 
Lusofona Outreach
 
Missionaries Dan and Robin Been began a new church planting ministry in Alcabideche, Portugal in July 2014. They previously served in Mozambique for almost 10 years making an impact by discipling ministers in the city and surrounding areas. Teaching and training are a passion of theirs and they strive to be involved in the community to spread the shining light of Christ.