Global Mission



The Challenge … Then Jesus came to the disciples and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28: 18-20)

The Goal … To serve God’s Kingdom by providing support to HIS global workers through prayer, encouragement and financial resources.

The Responsibility … For all members of the Grace Covenant family to be involved in Global Missions including praying for them, sending them personal notes of encouragement and visiting them on Short Term Mission Trips.

Ministry Scope … Our supported Missionaries are involved in the following types of Ministries:


Church Planting-recruiting, developing and mentoring National Pastors and Leaders


Campus Ministries-reaching and mentoring College students with the Gospel


Theological Education-through Global Seminaries and Study Centers


Bible Translation-amongst Tribal and Unreached People Groups


View our Global Missionaries here.


For more information contact us at GlobalMissions@gracecovepca.org


Missionaries


Meg Billingsley

Wycliffe Bible Translators

Ontario, Canada


Jeff & Patty Borden

MINTS - Africa Coordinator

Miami, Florida


Andrew & Iris Bornman

Mexico Medical Missions

Copper Canyon Region, Mexico


Jonathan & Rachel Craft

Pioneer Bible Translators

Chiang Mai, Thailand


Tim & Therese Galage

MIssion to the World (MTW)

Noordhoek, South Africa


Grant & Jennifer Haynes

Global Frontier Mission

Clarkston, Georgia


Scott & Lindsey Nimmon

Serge

Gitega, Burundi


Craig & Stacy Pohl

Mission to the World (MTW)

Santiago, Chile


Tom & Teresa Wilson

Mission to the World (MTW)

Nagakute-shi, Aichi-ken; Japan



*Serving in Sensitive Areas


Some of Grace Covenant's  missionary famlies serve in fields where great sensitivity is required. We are unable to publish information about them since this could be detrimental to their work, and in some cases it could jeopardize their safety. However, we will list pseudonyms as a reminder to pray: 


The "Klark" Family

Enterprise Zone Middle East


The "Frank" Family

Enterprise Zone Africa


The "Thoms" Family

Enterprise Zone Europe


Ideas to Pray for our Missionaries


  • Pray that they will have a consistent, meaningful devotional life and good times in the Word.
  • Pray for strong marriages, good parenting skills, and for the missionaries’ families in their home countries.
  • Pray for their emotional needs - an assurance of God’s love and presence.
  • Pray for their adaptability to the culture, fluency in the language, and good relationships with national workers.
  • Pray for the people whom they serve, that they might meet Jesus, be transformed by the Gospel, and be equipped to proclaim the Gospel faithfully to their own people.
  • Pray for unity and maturity in the national churches that are being established.

Prayers for Un-Reached People Groups of the World