We support missionaries
around the world
We support missionaries around the world
Your donations have funded $20,000 towards these missions:
This upcoming year will be full of new missionaries joining our team, new areas of ministry, new summer interns with our Well Summer internship program, and new relationships sprouting and growing. Please pray for our brothers and sisters as they share the gospel!
Rancho La Hermosa
Dave and Shannon Edmondson from Orange County, California, partnered with Pastors Daniel and Aleyda Aguinaga from Primo Tapia, Baja California, Mexico, to open their first One Generation home, Rancho la Hermosa.
Greg and Sarah Goeglein work with Operation Mobilization (OM) as the director for OM Caribbean. Their ministry is to assist Caribbean churches to get involved in world missions. They are part of a virtual team with members in the Bahamas, Barbados, Canada, the DR, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, and four locations in the US.
MTW – Bulgaria
Missions to the World (MTW) supports church-planting teams. Lydia Goeglein serves in Sofia, Bulgaria coordinating the English language ministries. Through clubs, camps, and Bible studies, the English ministry team seeks to form lasting Christ centered relationships with the hope of inviting friends to the newly planted church.
Pastor Ross along with his son Daniel and his daughter Kate joined Breakwater Church and Water Wells for Africa in an effort to bring the light of Jesus to the east African nation of Malawi. Over three weeks they traveled from village to village showing the Jesus film and ministering to the local people.
Several times a year we have the blessing of being able to reach out to the people of Northern Baja in Mexico. It’s a great opportunity to get involved in missions while only being a few hours from home. Our goal is to strengthen families and ultimately win people to Christ.
The Adams family (Micah, Karissa, Elijah, and Raeah), partner with the national Assemblies of God churches in Bolivia to provide training, resources, and missions mobilization in order to sustain and promote the formation of active, reproducible church bodies among unreached people groups primarily located within the Amazon Jungle and surrounding areas.
Casa Berea is a center of help, refuge and hope in Baja California that serves men who have finished a rehabilitation process and want to be transformed by the power and love of Christ. They are encouraged to make radical changes in every area of their life.