Join us for a run/walk to support Persecution Project. There will be lunch provided by the Mission in Action team, immediately following the 5k.
Sunday, August 15 | 12:45pm
God is mightily at work in the world, and we are excited as a church body to partner financially and in prayer with the following organizations and individuals.
Jessi aims to use her skills as a Midwife and Registered Nurse to
build relationships with women in an unreached part of the developing world. As
part of a team working together to build Kingdom-communities, Jessi longs to
bring women, their families and their surrounding communities into Abundant
Life. She is in the process of building a support team and hopes to be overseas
long term next year. (Jessi is heading towards security-sensitive contexts, so
please do not share her name or any other specifics online to protect her and
About the organization that Jessi serves:
Our aim is to mobilize teams to glorify God among those who have never
heard His Name. By sending inter-denominational (often international) teams
into areas where Jesus is not-yet-known, we use strategic and creative
approaches to share the Good News and raise up local Kingdom-communities to
reach their own contexts.
Connect with Jessi: Please email the office to get contact info for Jessi.
Solid Rock Bible Camp exists to: “Introduce the youth of Alaska to God through interaction with His creation and to foster a mindfulness of Him by providing an environment which His interaction with us.”
Solid Rock Bible Camp seeks to deal with campers in areas of their spiritual needs, encouraging each camper to make a definite commitment to Christ and to grow into mature Christians. Solid Rock seeks to provide safe and relevant programs to develop the camper mentally and physically through activities using an outdoor environment, and socially through cabin group living.
As the Director of Camping we get to encourage the program areas to be as effective as possible in reaching lost and saved young people with the Gospel by giving direction, instruction, guidance and support to the Directors of each program area at Solid Rock. Our heart is to see our Program Director’s grow in their desire and ability to reach young people for the Lord as they draw closer and more dependent on Him themselves.
The mission of Arctic Barnabas is to strengthen and encourage pastor and missionary families to effectively advance the Gospel Jesus Christ in Alaska and Canada.
Linda & Dave serve with Arctic Barnabas Ministries in Kenai, Alaska. Dave serves as the ministry director. They have been serving in Alaska for over 20 years. Over the years, they became aware of the need for a strong missionary and pastoral support system in the bush areas of the Far North. They felt passionate to support and encourage these front-line warriors who often are battling alone.
With a double degree in Bible and ESL (English as a second language) from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Jo has been working with a missions organization in Alaska for the past four years, with the goal of loving and serving the evangelical church in Russia, and partnering with them as they love and support many of Russia's orphans. In the fall of 2018, Jo moved to St. Petersburg to teach at the International Academy of St. Petersburg, for full-time ministry in Russia. She looks forward to loving her students at the academy, working alongside the church in St. Petersburg and utilizing the summer months to engage in new ministry endeavors and further invest in the relationships already made.
"Teachers impact lives and cultures through education every day. Our vision is to go beyond – integrating faith and learning in the simple, yet profound belief that through the power of God’s Holy Spirit, lives and cultures will be transformed into Christ’s image.
We wholeheartedly desire to serve our Father’s world, to love Jesus Christ, and to see individuals and societies transformed by His Spirit through education."
YWAM (Youth With A Mission) is a non profit missionary organization to Know God, and to make Him known. YWAM runs “schools” to better equip people to share the gospel in another nation. One of which is a DTS (Discipleship Training School,) where you get to spend 3 months working on your relationship with God, getting to know Him better, and 3 months sharing that with people across the globe.
I love YWAM but more specifically I love what DTS is. At our base we have our values Belong, Become, Impart, Impact. Where you come and you get to just belong- wherever you’re at in life you get to belong here. But because we love you we don’t let you stay in your junk, so we call you higher and you get to Become more of the person that God originally designed you to be. From there you get to impart from our base and impact others. When I came to DTS I was really at a point of emptiness and hardship, but finishing DTS I have new vision, passion, and new found Identity in God. So now my heart is to journey alongside others doing DTS as I staff schools or do base staff.
Since 1958, Solid Rock Bible Camp has provided the youth of Alaska with outdoor experiences to encourage a relationship with God through Jesus Christ.
Rachel spent several summers working at Solid Rock before joining the full time staff in 2015. Solid Rock and Christian camping ministry has challenged and encouraged Rachel in her faith and relationship with the Lord in such tremendous ways that she wants to be a part of that for others regardless of age and involvement at camp: camper or summer staff member.
Connect with Rachel: Call or text 907.953.9939.
The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer;
my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge,
my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.
Mission: To help the youth of Alaska to meet God in His creation so as to live in mindfulness of Him.
"While most of my jobs here at camp are in the background, I find that the Lord is still using me to further His kingdom. I have a desire to serve the kids that come to camp, to share His truth with the staff who come to serve, and to support the ministry where I am able."
The mission of Alaska Christian College is to empower Alaska Natives through biblically-based education and Christian formation to pursue excellence in character, learning, and service as followers of Christ. Our vision is to be the premier college of choice for Alaska Native students so that our graduates follow and serve Christ within the Church and larger society.
Love In the Name of Christ. Helping local church bodies meet local needs.
Their mission: to meet the needs of our neighbors through the resources of the church and community.
Missionary Aviation Repair Center, in Soldotna AK, and serving the throughout the state.
Their mission: to expand the reach of the Gospel in Alaska by: flying people and supplies where there are no roads, supporting other missionaries & their aircraft, and training missionary-minded pilots & mechanics.
The Persecution Project brings crisis relief and spiritual hope to victims of civil war, genocide and religious persecution. They provide on the ground assistance while restoring hope and rebuilding communities through the love of Christ.
Their mission: providing active compassion for the persecuted.
Peninsula Grace serves as the lead community church for Safe Families in the area.
About Safe Families:
Vision: Creating a world where children are safe and families transformed through radically compassionate communities
Mission: Safe Families for Children hosts vulnerable children and creates extended family–like supports for desperate families through a community of devoted volunteers who are motivated by compassion to keep children safe and families intact.
Our Core Values: Radical Hospitality / Compassion fueled by Mercy / Disruptive Generosity
If you'd like to request more information or express your interest in helping, please fill out this Google form and someone will be in touch soon.