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Countless people today need to hear Jesus say,

“Will you let me heal you?”

But what if there is no one around who can tell them? If God is pursuing them, isn’t it worth it for us as a church to send someone into their culture to speak and live out the gospel?

Across our world, entire nations, people groups, cities, towns, villages and refugee camps have little opportunity of knowing Jesus. We must go.

The Problem:

Inequality to gospel Access

The Answer:

Matthew 28:19. “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.”

The Hard Places: Missions Emphasis 2023-2024

Our Global Engagement Vision

We desire every church in the MidAmerica District to be engaged globally. There are six ways we do this:

We believe that regular, focused prayer is the most important way to reach the nations.

We want to build deep, lasting relationships that produce partnerships with our international workers.

We desire every church to be giving generously and sacrificially so that the unreached of the world can hear the Good News.

We desire our churches to regularly evaluate how they can go to the nations.

We want our churches to be equipped to willingly send those who are called into Global Missions.


Do you have questions or want to learn more about how you can get involved in Global Missions? Contact Katie Whisler,