Serve in Global Missions
2022 will be a big year for Faith Church Global Missions. When you are responsible for one of the largest line items in the church’s budget, you take that very seriously and prayerfully. Through prayer, financial support, material support, and international mission trips, we seek to share the love of Christ and the truth of the gospel to the ends of the earth.
Our Global Vision
Faith Church’s Global Missions Committee works on a seven-year schedule. We have a planning year, followed by a five-year set of activities. This cycle culminates in a Sabbath Year, where we reflect on the accomplishments and challenges of the period. As of 2022, we are in the sixth year of the current cycle.
Our vision focuses on sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Reformed Faith with Hispanic, Muslim, and university communities, both in the United States and abroad. To those ends, we support seven missions or missionaries working with Hispanics and three missions or missionaries reaching out to Muslims. Additionally, three more are ministries to university students, with two of those focusing on international students who may never have heard anything about the Gospel. In total we financially support 16 ministries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and throughout the US.
Finally, we send members of our own congregation on short-term missions trips to Latin America. Primarily these trips take us to Colombia and Paraguay. Our work in these countries is to equip people in the faith, to bolster the continuing
training of Reformed Spanish-speaking pastors and elders, and to build up women’s ministries
in the churches we engage.
Our Work in Latin America
Missionaries We Support
|Organization||Missionary or POC|
|GCFM||Tom and Nancy Balma|
|Mission to the World||Will and Judi Traub|
|Mission to the World||Melanie Johnson|
|Mission to North America Hispanic Ministries||Frank Matthews|
|Mission to North America||Hernando Sáenz|
|Equiping Leaders International||Manual (Tito) and Kim Padilla|
|Reformed University Fellowship||Chris Garriott|
|Project Paraguay Foundation||Roberto Maureira|