World Missions

WHY MISSIONS?

AFTER HIS RESURRECTION Jesus told His apostles to go into the whole world and preach the Gospel, making disciples of all nations, baptizing and teaching them. Then—as now—’go’ meant ‘don’t stay’, ‘make disciples’ meant ‘duplicate Jesus in others’ and ‘baptize’ meant ‘birth people into a new family’. Before He ascended into heaven, Jesus told His followers to do exactly that—and that they would receive power from on high to be His witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria and the ends of the earth. Simply put, begin at home and move outward—He will be with you powerfully every step of the way.

TEN YEARS LATER God told the apostle Peter to do something unthinkable for a kosher Jew: go preach to a Roman Centurion. The Gospel had finally reached the Gentiles. Four more years passed before the apostle Paul took the Message beyond the borders of Judea—and the rest is history. Yet, as Paul preached to the Mediterranean world, the other apostles lingered in Jerusalem—a place where Jesus didn’t intend them to stay

MISSIONS: The Lord Jesus didn’t tell His followers to invite people to church—He told them to go. He didn’t pour out His Spirit on His people to make them feel good about their church, He told them to go—and He hasn’t rescinded His command. Whether it’s our neighbor next door or a stranger on the other side of the world, people need Jesus. Near or far, we’ve been commissioned by Jesus to take the Good News to the lost and needy, and to encourage and supply saints and missionaries laboring in far fields of the earth. We are missions.

WE GO OUT to the Georgetown Divide because we have neighbors who need to know the goodness of Jesus through the lives of His people. This is our Jerusalem.

WE GO OUT to surrounding towns, cities and regions to encourage the church, preach the Gospel, teach the Bible and bless others. This is our Judea and Samaria.

WE GO OUT to the ends of the earth because most of the world’s people have never heard of Jesus or the Salvation that we know so well. Even more, many brothers and sisters labor hard in the remote corners of the world, desperate for encouragement, fellowship and resources.

WE GO OUT because Jesus commanded us to go. We are missions.

We support these missionaries—will you join us?

Stephen Ereng Pastor of Calvary Chapel Maralal, Kenya
Ministry: Church planter, relief worker, evangelist
Support Here

Jean-Pierre Ntahimpereye Pastor of Calvary Chapel Bujumbura, Burundi
Ministry: Relief and evangelism to Pygmy tribes
Support Here

Evanson Gitu Pastor of Calvary Chapel Ongata Rongai, Kenya
Ministry: Pastor, East Africa Calvary Chapel Churches Overseer
Support Here

T.J. & Charissa Morris Program Directors at Forward Bible Camp, Quintette, CA
Ministry: Organizing 100 volunteers each year, introducing hundreds of children to Jesus
Support Here


“How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!” —Romans 10:14-15

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