Missions

Missions

As part of our core value of Outreach, we have always placed a high priority on cultivating mission partners who serve locally and globally. Currently we have 14 organizations or individuals with whom we partner in prayer and financial support. In some cases, more than one individual serves under the same organization, albeit in a different part of the world. They are summarized briefly below.

Athletes in Action (AIA)

AIA “is an international sports organization focused on equipping athletes, coaches, and sport-minded individuals to grow in their relationship with Jesus….” For more information, visit https://athletesinaction.org

Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices (BCPC)

BCPC exists to “help individuals make informed decisions about unplanned or unwanted pregnancies, and provide support after those decisions are made.” For more information, visit https://bostonpregnancychoices.org

CRU

Cru’s purpose is helping to fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others. This is accomplished through helping the body of Christ to do evangelism and discipleship in a variety of ways including: college campus ministries, partnering with churches in cities, marriage enrichment events, athletic ministry, ministry to military installations and communities, and the JESUS Film Project. For more information, visit https://www.cru.org

Emmanuel Gospel Center (EGC)

EGC seeks to strengthen Christian leaders from Greater Boston churches with the belief that “healthy leaders lead to healthy churches and related systems, which lead to healthy communities and positive change in the world.” For more information, visit https://www.egc.org

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

FCA has a mission “to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. They pursue this through the strategy of to and through the coach. It seeks ministry first to coaches’ hearts, marriages and families.   Then, when ready, they minister through coaches to their fellow coaches, teams, and athlete leaders.” For more information, visit https://www.fca.org

Hope for the Children of Haiti (HFC)

HFC empowers “Haitian children with the tools that they need to succeed, knowing they could one day become Christian leaders and role models in the Haitian society.” This is accomplished through the operation of a children’s home, Christian school and other ministries. For more information, visit https://www.hfchIaiti.org

Life Giving Water International

This organization seeks to improve spiritual and physical health through “Life Giving Water” in reference Jesus Christ being the source of “living water” available for abundant and eternal life. It enables communities, primarily in Ecuador to “build sustainable water systems by working alongside national organizations, and to prepare young professionals in sustainable Christ-centered community development.” For more information, visit https://www.lifegivingwaterinternational.org

Life In Messiah

This organization is “committed to seeing God’s purpose for the church fulfilled as Jews and Gentiles are made one through faith in Messiah Jesus by means of evangelism, discipleship, and equipping believers for effective ministry – all with the priority ‘to the Jew first’.” For more information, please visit https://lifeinmessiah.org

Proclaim International

This organization sponsors a mission partner engaged in evangelism and discipleship among refugees in Italy, Sicily, and Malta as well as individual and family counselling. For more information, visit https://www.proclaiminternational.com

SIM

SIM missionaries believe no person should live and die without hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They are called to preach the Gospel and make disciples of those who live in hard places where Jesus is least known. For more information, visit https://www.sim.org

Tel International

TEL stands for Training Evangelistic Leadership whose “primary objective is to recruit, train, and send forth local Gospel teams that reap public decisions for Christ with personalized follow-up. In countries where public preaching is possible, teams are sent forth to publicly proclaim the gospel. In others, personal evangelism is emphasized. Emphasis is always placed on shepherding those who make decisions for Christ into local churches.” For more information, visit http://www.telintl.org

Theology of Work Project (TOW)

The vision of the TOW is that “every Christian be equipped and committed for work as God intends.” TOW is a trusted source of biblical, theological, and pastoral material related to “work” whose cornerstone resource, the Theology of Work Bible Commentary, is the only commentary covering what the entire Bible says about work. For more information, visit https://www.theologyofwork.org