Missions ... reaching the world with the Good News of Jesus
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In partnership with HH, NCFF has adopted a rural village in Kenya of about 70 families. This includes a child sponsorship program, a Christian school with 150 children, a clean water well project, food and medical treatment. We also support the village elder, "Pastor Henry", who oversees material and spiritual leadership. These wonderful people have become our friends.
NCFF sent our team of missionaries to Rakwaro August 8-20, 2018 to provide a dental camp and VBS (Vacation Bible School). It was an incredibly successful mission trip to the village. We saw over 400 patients at the dental camp and over 600 children attended Vacation Bible School! Please contact Crissy Christian if you have any questions about this village and how you can help.
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The Loves have been missionaries all over Europe ministering in refugee centers utilizing English as a Second Language (ESL) courses to do evangelism and discipleship. They have also been charged with facilitating short-term mission opportunities and recruiting potential missionaries. The Loves are now based in Englewood, Colorado training up interns to go abroad and pursuing further training for themselves. They hope to return to service in Europe soon.
The Allens are veteran missionaries serving Christ in NW Argentina. They are involved in church planting, seminary training and evangelical outreach in medical clinics. They also serve as the field directors for World Venture in Argentina, overseeing fellow missionaries and numerous Argentine pastors.
Young Life staff and volunteers enter the world of kids, focusing on what matters to them - fun, adventure, friendship and a sense of significance. In doing so, YL earns the privilege of talking to students about something that matters most of all - the truth about Jesus Christ and His love for them. YL "clubs" meet weekly throughout the Clatsop County area. YL offers an opportunity for local high school students to encounter Christ by attending life changing summer camps. YL serves the middle school students under the name WyldLife.
Sacred Road is a ministry of loving Gospel outreach on the Warm Springs and Yakama Indian Reservations. Sacred Road teams reach out to the Native American community through church planting, children's and youth ministries along with material assistance. They host short-term mission teams throughout the year for one week service trips to the reservations with the goal of forming long term relationships between supporting churches and the Native American people they serve.
CPC is a pro-life ministry that offers loving support to pregnant women and their families. They provide spiritual counseling, free pregnancy tests, parental training and a store full of baby supplies that can be accessed by clients, free of charge.
This affiliation of 255+ baptist churches ministers to pastors and their congregations throughout the Pacific Northwest. They provide leadership training for local church elders, own and operate Tadmor (a year-round Christian camp), offer church spiritual health evaluations, and help in the placement of pastors with churches.
CEF provides Good News Clubs countywide throughout the year and operates an evangelism booth at the Clatsop County Fair. Ellen oversees these endeavors by recruiting volunteers with a heart to reach children for Jesus and trains these workers to successfully serve in these ministries.