Our Mission Partners
The commission of our Lord Jesus Christ calls us to be witnesses throughout the world to every nation. In an effort to advance the spread of the gospel and the building up of the church, the Council of Elders have approved the following local and foreign mission causes:
Hope Russia (formerly Slavic Reformation Society)
Blake and Cathy Purcell moved to Leningrad in 1990 and became one of the first Evangelical missionaries allowed to live in the Soviet Union since 1917. Rev. Purcell leads a ministry and seminary in St. Petersburg, Russia that seeks to train ministers to plant and lead churches throughout the slavic nations. Visit www.hoperussia.org
Indians Teaching Indians (Rev. Randy Wilding)
After retiring from pastoral ministry, Randy Wilding now serves as Director of Indians Teaching Indians with the vision to assist and help equip the Indian Christian Church to teach, preach and evangelize other nationals in their native language the truth of God’s Word. Visit www.indiansteachingindians.org
The Gideon's International is a body of believers dedicated to making the Word of God available to everyone and, together with the local church, seeking to make witness to Christ.
The Gideon's are committed to the saving knowledge of Christ revealed in God's Word through not only placing and distributing Scriptures, but also through personal witness. The Gideon's provide many opportunities to partner through prayer or financial support.
Theopolis Institute, based in Birmingham, Alabama, teaches men and women to lead cultural renewal by renewing the church. Visit www.theopolisinstitute.com
Love in the Name of Christ of Suwannee Count
Love INC of Suwannee County is a clearinghouse in Suwannee County to coordinate local church ministry in order to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ to those who have needs in our community. Visit www.suwanneeloveinc.org
Pregnancy Care Center of Suwannee County
We oppose abortion but seek to help those who may be considering one. The gospel of our Lord Jesus is about redeeming life now and in the world to come. So with compassion toward those who may have an unwanted pregnancy the Pregnancy Care Center of Suwannee County (137 Grand Street NE, Live Oak, FL; phone: 386-330-2229) offers many helpful services.
Shepherd's Hands Medical Clinic
Shepherd’s Hands Clinic of the Suwannee Valley is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has three free and charitable clinics in the Suwannee Valley area (Live Oak, Lake City, and Madison). They are a member of the Florida Association for Free and Charitable Clinics. Visit www.shepherdshandsclinic.org
Christ Redeemer Benevolence Fund
In our attempt to be faithful to the Scriptures in which we are called upon to "remember the poor" and to demonstrate Christian care and love our church has established a fund to help our members and worshippers in a time of special need. Those receiving this help is administered by the Elders of the church and all receipients are held confidential.