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Why Indigenous Ministry

People from the areas they’re serving are often the best missionaries. They know the culture and language. They understand aspects that someone outside might not. And they’ve experienced firsthand the joys and hardships unique to that community.

Whether it’s a small group, a church in a small town, or university, these are missionaries who love their community and want to bring Jesus to them.

The Work of the Gospel

The gospel is global. It reaches from our backyards to the most remote villages in the world. God’s kingdom workers are in every corner of the earth and when they’re supported, they transform their regions into vibrant Christian communities that can go out and make disciples.


Campus Ambassadors minister on college campuses across the United States and Mexico to create communities through which students are transformed by the power of Jesus Christ.


Our missionaries are in over 25 countries around the world, representing diverse cultures and places where God is transforming lives. Our local connections make all the difference.


Specialized ministries of evangelism, church planting, discipleship, as well as compassion and economic development, are used to minister to the millions of people not easily reached.

Ministry Spotlight

Giving Language to the Voiceless

Posted May 5, 2022

“Do you know anyone in this village who’s deaf?”

It’s a question Jessie and her team ask regularly in rural areas of Honduras. The person at the door tells them about a deaf gentleman who lives with his parents and gives them directions to find his home.

“Do you know his name?” Jessie also asks. As expected, the person shakes their head. Jessie and her teammate, a Honduran deaf man, go search for him. They arrive at the steps of his humble home and knock on the door. A woman answers, looking a little tired...

This featured post highlights Signs of Love, a deaf ministry dedicated to teaching sign language and the gospel to deaf people in rural Honduras.

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