Every person on this earth matters to God.
Communities aren’t changed by programs, but by relationships. Our strategy for missions is to build and support relationships that inspire change. We build relationships by volunteering with our local mission partners, and support relationships worldwide by giving to global partners.
Protecting vulnerable people.
Caring for the vulnerable is a central theme through the Bible. It’s essential to loving our neighbors—the ones next door and the ones on the other side of the world.
Help people find a way out of poverty.
Poverty is the result of brokenness. It’s not just about possessions. It’s also about relationships, purpose, and hope. But when people see themselves and their resources as God sees them, it changes everything.
Support people in crisis.
When a crisis hits, someone’s world is shattered. It’s all they can do to focus on immediate needs like food, water, clothing, and shelter. And when another person comes alongside them to provide relief by meeting those needs and showing the love of Christ, restoration can begin.
Connect with local missions partners.
Below are some of the organizations we partner with locally to impact our communities and ultimately point others to Christ.
Catholic Charities – Sallisaw, OK
Catholic Charities USA works across the nation to help reduce poverty in America. In our local communities, Catholic Charities of Sallisaw serve over 450 families each month with basic food, clothing and shelter needs.
Riverview Hope Campus – Fort Smith, AR
The Riverview Hope Campus provides comprehensive services to homeless and at-risk individuals in the River Valley. They house over 100 people who are working toward independence by providing a safe place to rest, a decent meal, and the opportunity to transform their life through ongoing counseling, preventive care, and services.
Hannah House – Fort Smith, AR
Hannah House is a residential facility for young women who find themselves pregnant or have other life controlling issues. The house provides a structured program for each girl, including training in the practical aspects of living, counseling and spiritual help, as well as education and career guidance. Residents stay free of charge during their pregnancy or time of crisis where mentors become a positive influence in their life when they need it most.
Living Waters Transitional Home – Sallisaw, OK
Living Waters mission is to provide Christ-centered transitional living for women on their path to recovery. They help women set healthy goals, while providing accountability in a safe environment.
You can partner with Living Waters by serving a meal, hosting a LifeGroup, or building one on one relationships with the residents.
Connect with global missions partners.
Life.Church Open Network
The Life.Church Open Network equips pastors and church leaders with free resources, training, apps, and online community. Open Network has given away free resources to over 10 million churches world- wide and are working to eradicate Bible Poverty getting the Bible translated into people’s heart language through the YouVersion Bible App. Serving opportunities include everything from hosting a church online experience to behind the scenes roles like posting resources and equipping church leaders.
The mission of Samaritan’s Purse is to follow the example of Christ by helping those in need and proclaiming the hope of the Gospel. For more than 40 years, Samaritan’s Purse has been a leader in local and international disaster response. TheBOD helps to fund relief efforts domestically and abroad.
Convoy of Hope
As a faith-based, international, humanitarian-relief organization strategically based in Springfield, Missouri — the crossroads of America — Convoy of Hope’s goal is to bring help and hope to those who are impoverished, hungry and hurting. Today, more than 70 million people have been served throughout the world by Convoy of Hope. They work through churches, businesses, government agencies and other nonprofits to provide help and hope to those who are impoverished, hungry and hurting.