DL and Hayley Marlow are looking to serve on staff with Campus Outreach Knoxville @ Tennessee Tech University. The vision of Campus Outreach is "Glorifying God by Building Laborers on the Campus for the Lost World." They seek to build laborers with a commitment to Jesus and His Great Commission through evangelism and discipleship. They are passionately reaching students with the gospel and training them to become mature followers of Christ. Their desire is to see students leave college equipped to labor in the harvest field for the glory of God.
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The North American Mission Board (NAMB) exists to help every church take its next step in missions and encourage every believer to live on mission. For more information check out the link below.
We believe that we are called to live the sent life. This goes along with Acts 1:8 "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth."
Starting in 1888, the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® was established to empower the international missions efforts for Southern Baptists. After more than a century, the annual offering continues its steady growth. The National Goal this year is $160 Million. Your giving enables missionaries to be sent to make disciples and multiply churches among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God. For more information check them out @
The Well Church and pastor Steve Witt have the desire to reach the city of Las Vegas by loving the people and engaging them where they live, work, and play. oving the people and engaging them where they live, work, and play. We have identified 6 areas where we have ability to engage. Check them out @
The Pastor's Encouragement Retreat renews and refreshes these leaders. From Maine to Connecticut, from Vermont to Rhode Island, pastors report that their most effective years came after an experience at the retreat. Check them out @
We are currently partnering with several ministries including