At Sent Church, we believe we are to be sent out to the world to make a difference. We desire and long for living sent to be part of our daily rhythm of life. Do you know where to start? Check out the ways you can live sent through a short term global mission trip. If God is speaking to you about contributing to a ministry or missionary, you can check those opportunities out below as well.
UPCOMING MISSIONS TRIPS
We partner with Poetice International in Zambia. Teams support the local communities through engaging, equipping and empowering them through the arts and education.
2021 Trip Dates: July 5 – July 15, 2021 (registration is closed)
Contact the Mission Coordinator if interested in financially partnering with the team| email@example.com
We partner with GOS3M and the local Wesleyan churches in the Amazon region of Peru. Teams support the local churches and villages along the Marañón River through clean water projects, construction, training local pastors, children ministries, and medical trips.
2021 Trip Dates: TBD summer
Contact the Mission Coordinator if interested | firstname.lastname@example.org
“As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.”
Outside of living sent locally and globally, we also support several missionary partners that serve in the United States and abroad. You will find ways to connect and learn more about those we support below.
Roger and Lara serve with Unto, the humanitarian ministry of Cru. Unto expresses the kindness of Jesus to people living in the toughest places on earth. Roger is an International Trip Leader and leads the Trips Team. In his role he engages trip participants to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people in the countries Unto serves. Lara is the Communications Manager on the Marketing Team. In her role she shares opportunities for people to be involved in what God is doing in the lives of people through humanitarian aid.
Ways to connect with the Strains:
Email Newsletter: Email Roger and Lara at email@example.com to learn more about the ministry, request monthly newsletters, or find out how you can partner with them.
Mark and Kathy are serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Besides working on the Luang Old Testament translation, they provide leadership and consulting to ensure the accuracy of the Scriptures in local languages.
Ways to connect with Taber Family:
Email Newsletter: Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to receive their monthly email update or find out how you can support them financially.
Duane and Genie have served with Cru since the mid 70’s in a variety of roles including ministering on university campuses and beginning and leading GAiN USA.They currently serve with the Josh McDowell Ministry (JMM) where Duane serves as CEO. Genie has been leading discipleship groups in addition to supporting Duane in his role at JMM. They have been attending Sent Church since 1995. Their passion is to do whatever it takes to help people around the world understand that God loves them and wants to know them personally. They have two children, Emmie and Scott, both of whom are married and have been blessed with three grandchildren.
Ways to connect with the Zook Family:
Email Newsletter: Email them at email@example.com and ask to receive their monthly newsletter or find out how you can support them financially.
Luz Esther Dahua Inuma “Lucy” equips leaders and develops a network of thriving churches along the Marañón River. Lucy and the team in Peru visit existing churches on a regular basis, as well as seek out new villages to establish churches in.
Also, the Bible Institute in Nauta is a key part of our strategy for training pastors and church leaders. This facility co-located with the church in Nauta, provides the space needed for centralized training and increases our ability to train more leaders. The training improves Bible knowledge and equips leaders to more effectively share the Gospel. Classes taught are courses required for pastoral licensing, with a heavy emphasis on preaching and teaching.
Aaron and Kimberly serve with Global Partners in Central Asia to the Karis people.
A predominately Muslim people group, the Karis people are lost in the darkness, living in fear of the spiritual realm with no certainty of salvation. Their view of God as harsh and judgmental leads to constant works in an attempt to alleviate the fear of punishment. They seek to introduce them to a loving God, their Abba, Father, bringing them into the family as Children of God and restoring them to a place of honor. Their hope is they would become peacemakers, forgiven and forgiving, bringing blessing to them and their people. They have faith that a multiplying discipleship movement in the Karis people will transform not just individual people, but their families, communities and nations to become a light into the darkness of central Asia.
To connect with Aaron and Kimberly:
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