Serve Our World
Everyone, young and old, can serve our mission partners by praying for one of them a few minutes each day using our Mission Prayer Calendar.
Our Mission Partners
Fraser and Liz Bennett
Wycliffe Bible Translators/SIL Lead | Texas & Worldwide
Fraser and Liz have served with Wycliffe Bible Translators for the past 30 years. Fraser provides technical expertise to international projects helping minority language communities to read in their own languages, access vital public health information, and create resources using open-source software.
Ted and Joy Carr
ProVision International | Southern Africa
The Carrs serve with Pro-Vision to provide mentoring and capacity building to leaders with visionary commitment to the spiritual and material needs of disadvantaged communities. Ted is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Pro-Vision.
Dustin and Sherri Ellington
PC(USA) | Lusaka, Zambia
The Ellingtons work with Justo Mwale University, where Dustin trains pastors to interpret and proclaim the Scriptures for themselves and their ministries, and Sherri coordinates the Young Adult Volunteer program.
Missionaries in the Middle East
This Presbyterian pastor couple support humanitarian, relational, and local church initiatives in an ethnic minority community in the Middle East.
Wycliffe Bible Translators | Florida & Central Africa
Keith works with a multinational team writing guides in French that help translators understand the biblical text when putting it in their own West African languages. He also travels regularly to Africa to check Bible books for accuracy after translation.
Steve and Janice Quakenbush
SIL International | Michigan & Worldwide
The Quakenbushes are part of an international team helping language communities worldwide gain access to the Scriptures in the languages and media that speak to their hearts. Steve leads a team of specialists in Bible translation, Scripture engagement, Bible storying and Bible-based trauma healing. After many years of service in the Philippines, they now serve from Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Young Life Global Cities | New York & Worldwide
John leads Young Life’s Global Cities initiative, helping teens in major global metro areas with intensive discipleship through fun, adventure, friendship and a sense of significance.
Bethlehem Bible College
Established in 1979, Bethlehem Bible College in Palestine prepares Christian leaders to serve churches and communities in Israel, Palestine and the Middle East. It advocates a Palestinian evangelical perspective and models Christ through community service and development. Arabic is its primary language of instruction.
Birzeit Senior Center
This community center in Palestine cares for senior citizens, providing shelter, food, and social and educational programs. People from different social classes, faiths, and generations meet, mix, and work together for their local community, one of the oldest Christian communities in the world.
European Christian Mission, International
ECMI is an interdenominational organization supporting churches and church planters as they work every day toward personal and societal transformation by establishing loving church communities in both Eastern and Western Europe.
Evangelical Theological Seminary
Established in 1972, ETS in Croatia is considered the flagship among evangelical schools in Eastern Europe. Established to train pastors and lay persons in biblical and theological studies, ETS was one of the few Protestant theological institutions to be opened under Communism. ETS-Croatia offers undergraduate and graduate programs in theology, education, and other disciplines. Seminary graduates provide leadership to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people in Eastern Europe.
Forman Christian College
Located in Lahore, Pakistan, FCC was founded in 1864 by Charles Forman as a school open to students of all faiths and socio-economic groups from across Pakistan and beyond. Now a research and liberal arts university, FCC offers both undergraduate and graduate programs with the guiding principle “by love serve one another.” FCC diligently strives to be an exemplary witness to religious coexistence.
Foundation for Peace
FFP partners hand in hand with leaders in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Kenya to transform their communities through health care, education, and improved societal infrastructures. FCC works with community members on a variety of projects and programs to achieve community priorities.
Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation
HCEF is committed to the presence and well-being of Arab Christians in the Holy Land and to bonds of solidarity with Christians world-wide. It offers humanitarian assistance to needy people in the West Bank.
International Justice Mission
IJM is a global organization that protects people in poverty from violence. It partners with local authorities in 24 program offices in 14 countries to combat trafficking and slavery, violence against women and children, and police abuse of power. NPC supports IJM’s office in the Dominican Republic.
McGilvary College of Divinity
MCD is the divinity school of Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and develops leaders for ministry in churches, schools, and hospitals in Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. MCD’s vision is to “equip God’s servants to transform society on the basis of the Gospel.”
University Divitia Gratiae
The University of Divine Grace (its name in English) in Chisinau, Moldova, trains pastors, evangelists, and Christian workers serving across Europe and Central Asia. UDG offers programs in theology; education; music; extramural studies; foreign languages; and social work, with particular focus on training workers caring for orphans in Eastern Europe.
Evangelical Philadelphia Marka Church
The church and school in Amman, Jordan, help Iraqi refugees. The church started The Good Shepherd School for Iraqi children with a Christian Arabic and English curriculum through elementary school. The church now has medical, sports, and prayer outreach ministries, and serves as a welcoming committee and beacon of hope for new neighbors.
International Association for Refugees
IAFR ministers in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya, one of the largest and most diverse camps in the world, housing 180,000 refugees from numerous countries. IAFR is a Christian ministry that supports initiatives in worship, education, shelter, hygiene, and evangelism.
National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon
The Synod of Syria and Lebanon (NESSL) ministers to displaced Syrians in Lebanon. The Synod has set up a network of Christian schools with a Syrian curriculum to serve Christian and Muslim refugees and offer hope for their return to Syria.
Go into all the world and preach the gospel to everyone, everywhere.