Creating communities of Jesus followers
Campus Ambassadors minister on campuses across the United States and Mexico to create communities through which students are transformed by the power of Jesus Christ, relating them to local churches and training them as servant leaders for Christ and His kingdom. The focus also includes planting campus churches and ministries to international students.
Pioneering ministry and church planting in America’s major cities and beyond
By focusing on people of many languages, races, cultures and nationalities, we continue to launch networks of new churches in the cities of the United States and beyond. Through both indigenous and cross-cultural church planters, starting new city churches is the primary focus of our City Church Movements ministry. Some of these networks reach back to a minister’s country of origin via our “from there to here and back” focus.
City missionaries also engage in specialized evangelism, leadership development, recovery ministries and ministries of compassion and justice.
Birthing new churches in the United States
One of the best ways to reach people for Christ is through starting new churches. Many communities have no church presence.
But experienced church planters are not readily available. To effectively address this, Harvest America has created CB Matrix, a national strategy for training and coordinating prospective church planters who will be able to start and effectively lead new faith communities.
The specific task is birthing churches in the United States. We do this through a structure of regional church birthing networks, which include churches, schools, financial partners and committed individuals — all working together.
Developing church planting movements and mobilizing ministry in more than 20 countries
International ministries focus on church planting, leadership development, evangelism, discipleship, economic development and compassion ministries. We minister in both rural areas and urban centers, and we strongly believe the best church planters are those indigenous to the country where they serve.
Cultivating new and existing ministries among Spanish-speaking people
With almost 17 percent of the population in the United States being of Latino descent, Missions Door is committed to reaching this large and growing segment of the population.
We reach Spanish-speaking people through establishing new churches, training leaders, helping those in need and encouraging existing ministries.
There are millions of unreached people who are not easily reached by existing local churches and ministries. Some of these include Native Americans, those from other religious backgrounds, those who are suffering from AIDS, the terminally ill, the homeless and drug and alcohol addicts.
Ministries of evangelism, church planting, discipleship, as well as compassion and economic development, are being used to reach out in various ways. We also have Specialized missionaries whose ministry focus is connecting short-term mission teams from U.S. churches with sister churches in the U.S. and other countries.