MISSION

Here are some of the global missions we support:

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Ryan and Alethia White

Germany

PC (USA) Mission Agency

Ryan and Alethia work with Iranian refugees in partnership with the Presbyterian Church of Berlin. They provide pastoral care and collaborate with other organizations and churches. “We are passionate about reconciling relationships across cultural, religious, and political divides.”

Tyler and Rochelle Holm

Malawi

PC (USA) Mission Agency

Rochelle manages the University of Mzuzu’s WatSan Centers, which are committed to  increasing the availability of clean water and sanitation in northern Malawi and beyond. Tyler teaches theology to future pastors at the University of Liningstonia. Both are part of the CCAP– Livingstonia Synod.

Farsijana Adeny-Riaskotta

Indonesia

PC (USA) Mission Agency

Farsijana teaches at a Christian university in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country. Farsijana is developing a peace studies program while helping to empower women and children.

Elisha and Crystal Stock

Kenya and South Sudan

SIM: USA

Elisha is a “Bush Pilot” delivering supplies and personnel to locations in South Sudan from Kenya. Crystal is involved with ministering to local people. SIM is committed to cultivating multicultural Mission movements that respond to need, proclaim the gospel, and equip the Church.

Benjamin Romero

Cabo San Lucas

Baja Presbyterian Missions

Pastor Romero leads the Church of Jesus Christ the Good Shepherd in San Jose del Cabo. Many of his parishioners work in the resorts in Cabo, and the church tries to introduce this population to the gospel, so that they may become disciples of Christ.

Janet Guyer

Malawi

PC (USA) Mission Agency

Janet works with South African churches and PC(USA) partner denominations to respond to HIV/AIDS pandemic. “God’s grace and love are ever present,” she says, “our challenge is to be channels of that love and grace.”

Jim and Jodi McGill

Niger and South Sudan

PC (USA) Mission Agency

Jodi coordinates local health initiatives and  disease prevention programs. She also teaches at a nursing school. Jim works with local churches and regional groups to establish clean water and sanitation in rural areas.

Mission: Hope

World Wide

Mike Reinsel– President & CEO

Our model looks at a village as a whole, working with the local leaders and churches to distinguish their assets as well as their greatest challenges. Our process heavily involves indigenous leadership for assessing the village and providing solutions to needs. Together we transform impoverished villages into sustainable ones.

Medical Benevolence Foundation

Malawi and Haiti

E. Andrew Mayo– CEO

MBF seeks to bring hope and healing to those most in need through providing medical care and infrastructure. FPCGH supports the following MBF efforts: Embangweni Hospital, Livingstonia Hospital, and the Jody McGill Nursing Scholarship.

Marion Medical Mission

Malawi, Zambia, Tanzania

Tom Logan– President

Marion Medical Mission seeks to share the love of Christ with the extreme poor in Africa by providing all in need with a sustainable source of

clean, safe drinking water.

Livingstonia Theological College

Malawi

The University of Livingstonia seeks to educate and inspire students to become principled leaders who will transform society for the glory of God, striving for excellence in teaching, research, and a nurturing learning environment.

Kardia Life Ministries

Belize

Charlie Joe Green

Kardia Life seeks to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Belize. Through work with short-term teams and partnering with indigenous church leaders, KLM pursues Christ’s commandment to make disciples, win the lost, establish believers, and equip spiritual workers.

Journey Out

Van Nuys

Dr. Stephany Powell– Executive Director

Journey Out is committed to meeting the ongoing challenges of helping victims of commercial sexual exploitation leave a life of abuse and violence, overcome their fears and empower them to reach their potential and achieve their goals.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

CSUN

Maljon runs the InterVarsity ministry at CSUN, leads Bible studies, coordinates volunteers, and tries to introduce people to Jesus.

InterServe

Kazakhstan

Serving in East Asia with marginalized people trying to introduce them to the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Paul and Pat Stock

Pakistan

InterServe

Paul and Pat partner with Christian groups and pastors in order to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to some of the poorest and most marginalized people in Pakistan.

Global Training Network

Brazil, Kenya, Uganda

Tom Shedd

Global Training Network provides intensive, on-site conferences on teaching and training in essential doctrine, vital Christian character, and practical ministry skills. For every training event they tailor the curriculum to fit the primary needs of the church leaders.

Damien House

Ecuador

Sister Annie Cerrido– Founder

Damien House is a charitable hospital in Guayaquil, which provides complete medical care for patients of Hansen’s Disease (leprosy), helping them to live a life of dignity and love. They also educate the public in order to dispel unhelpful myths about leprosy.

World Impact

Los Angeles

Rev. Dr. Alvin Sanders

World Impact empowers urban leaders and partners with local churches to reach their cities with the Gospel. By planting more healthy unban churches, neighborhoods will be more empowered to transform in visible ways.

Arizona Reservation Ministries

Los Angeles

Dale and Diana Lawrence

A.R.M works with the San Carlos Apache   Housing Authority to construct homes for the homeless of this reservation. They also develop relationships with and minister to the Apache through Bible Studies and VBS style gatherings.

Elizabeth Robinson

Indonesia

All Peoples Church

Elizabeth Robinson is building relationships with the people of Bali through dinners, prayer, and leading worship for local people.

African Enterprise

Central and Southern Africa

Michael and Carol Cassidy– Founder

Africa Enterprise’s mission is to evangelize the cities of Africa through Word and Deed, working in partnership with the Church. It is carried out by Africans themselves, since they understand the local culture and language. Their focus is evangelism, reconciliation, and leadership   training.