Global

Global Missions

You support the denomination's efforts for relief and Covenant missionaries around the world. Consider additional giving by personally supporting missionaries, sponsoring children, and the other areas around the globe that are listed below. Some of our missionaries grew up in this congregation and are indicated with an asterisk (*) next to the ministry name.

Pray for our missionaries, keep up with their blogs and prayer requests. For this information, contact via e-mail Julie Lingo (Deacon of Missions Commission). Also, you can click on most of the titles for more information about the organization and/or to be taken directly to their web site.

Covenant World Relief 

Covenant Missionaries serving in Japan, Chinese Ministry, East Asia, Mexico, France, Cameroon, and Sudan

IDEAS serving in the Middle East*

Bethany International serving in East Asia

PIONEERS serving the Unreached People Groups*

HCJB serving in Ecuador

Christian Fellowship Union serving in Mexico

Mission Trip to Ethiopia 2014

Mission Trip to Ethiopia: Calling All Fathers
November 14-24, 2014

As Father’s Day approaches, MEN, please consider travelling to Ethiopia in November to work with orphaned and destitute children at our “Trees of Glory” and “Kind Hearts”CarePoints. These children often have the care and interaction of mothers and women in their lives, but few of the children have a father’s love and influence. Your time and attention is a blessing and a demonstration of their heavenly Father’s love! Between these two CarePoints, 450 children are receiving nutritious food, clean water, clothing, medical care, education and Christian discipleship – and hope for their future! Our team will be teaching Bible classes and mentoring these kids who look forward to our annual team visits each November! Total cost is $2,700-$2,900 per person depending on airfare (all inclusive). For more information, contact via e-mail team leader Karen Wistrom. For updates about the ongoing work being done in Ethiopia and child sponsorship, visit Karen’s blog.