Members: Courtney Zimmerman, Chair; Sarah Carlyle, Suzy Pech, Kelly Harrington, and Mike Fieguth
The Mission Council exists to shape an ethos for missions based upon the sending initiative of the Father, the Incarnation of the Son, and the empowering of the Holy Spirit. This Council is tasked with communicating with and caring for local and global ministry partners as well as evaluating potential new ministry connections.
Mercy’s Gate Rogue Valley is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that works to holistically support people working hard but struggling to make it in the Rogue Valley. Mercy’s Gate Rogue Valley’s (MGRV) primary goal is to decrease the threat of dispossession of employed individuals whose wages do not match the costs of basic living.
Sharing the love of Christ by supplying educational support, encouragement, and practical needs for local elementary school children.
The mission of The Pregnancy Center is to provide education, Godly guidance, supportive programs and loving encouragement to those who may be pregnant, parenting or post-abortive.
Their restoration program aims to restore men and women in five key areas of life; spiritual, emotional, social, physical, and educational. Restoration doesn’t happen overnight so we give people the opportunity to work on these five areas over the course of 24 months, helping them to live a life free from homelessness.
Pacific Bible College is a Christ-centered learning community committed to equipping students to become biblically competent, academically proficient, spiritually cultivated, and culturally-engaged servant leaders.
Sharing the love of God through practical hands on care. Using whatever means necessary; food, housing, clothing, medical needs, etc., we are committed to helping people who are victims of poverty, war, disease, or natural disaster. Sending teams around the world to bring help and hope to hurting people.
ASELSI’s vision is to have Bible-equipped, indigenous pastors leading healthy churches that embody in word and deed the good news of Jesus Christ to their culture, compassionately serving the practical, physical and spiritual needs of “the least of these” in their community and beyond.
The Welches joined Pioneer Bible in the fall of 2018 and are preparing to serve among a group of refugees in North Africa. They hope to depart for the field in January of 2022. Micah will use his Master’s degree in linguistics to help these communities pave the way to literacy and Bible translation. His work in language study and alphabet development will allow more and more people to read and to have the Bible in their own language. Victoria will uphold the family’s mission within the home, creating a Christ-centered, hospitable atmosphere. She will concentrate on relationship-building with women in the refugee camps while homeschooling Joanna, Adelyn, and Edith.
Serving the children of Western Mexico by providing shelter, family, love, and compassion in the name of Jesus Christ and His love.
The Missions Council exists to shape an ethos for missions based upon the sending initiative of the Father, the Incarnation of the Son, and the empowering of the Holy Spirit. This Council is tasked with communicating with and caring for local and global ministry partners as well as evaluating potential new ministry connections.