Eternal Hope can be found! But nearly 3 Billion people have little to no access to that hope. Together, we’re changing that. 100% of our WMO gifts support missionaries making disciples and multiplying churches among unreached people and places in Seattle, The West, and the World.
Pray that God’s extravagant love toward you would compel you to give generously and sacrificially for his kingdom.
Our work together is not finished. We have to get to every nation, every tribe, every people. We must share His gospel in every language. The Bible declares it. Heaven reveals it. And obedience demands it.
10% of the World Mission Offering will support Light of Love.
Light of Love sees the unseen, embraces the forgotten, and loves without limits in the adult entertainment, trafficking, and sex industry. LOL is God's instrument of compassion and hope to those who have felt rejected, abused, and reprehensible.
20% of the World Mission Offering will go towards church planting in the West.
We work with the North American Mission Board to plant and support churches in some of our nation's least churched cities. Bread of Life International Fellowship, Kent & Tacoma, WA; Bellevue Bible Church, Bellevue, WA.
70% of the World Mission Offering will go towards international mission efforts through personal partnerships and the International Mission Board.
Guangxi and Guangdong, China - Our partnership equips missionaries and local ministry leaders who serve on the front lines.
West Bengal, India - Through our partnership with Pastor Dipak, we have helped to plant over 100 churches in NE, India. Our collaboration supports a new orphanage, felt needs ministry, training pastors, and planting churches.
Maharashtra & Gujarat, India - With Pastor Uttam, we focus on bringing the gospel to tribal people without access to the gospel through schools, medicine, and planting churches.
Through the International Mission Board (IMB), our gifts support missionaries making disciples and multiplying churches among unreached people and places worldwide (The IMB supports 3,526 missionaries).