Our vision is to strengthen churches, organizations, and communities by sharing the gospel and meeting practical needs to make a lasting impact around the world. For more information, contact Outreach Pastor Murrey Rabenhorst and and follow our Facebook page.
In addition to participating in various local outreach projects through Serve Saturday events and Groups, we also partner with and support the following local ministries in our community. (Click on the links below to be redirected to their websites.)
World Outreach Fellowship, our global ministry arm, supports missionaries and organizations ministering across the world.
To make a contribution to WOF, use our online giving form, or use the following address
and include your missionary or ministry of choice on the memo line:
World Outreach Fellowship
2011 W Marshall Ave
Longview, TX 75604
Marcelo and Lee have lived and ministered in the United Kingdom and Eastern Europe for over 15 years. Originally from Brasa Church in Brazil, for the first 10 years, they served as associate pastors in southern England after receiving clear direction from God to move to the UK. Later, they felt called to minister in Eastern Europe where they now serve in strategic ministry efforts. Visit their website: www.marceloguimaraes.net.
Dan and Nancy are members of Wycliffe Bible Translators. They have been missionaries since 1991. Since 2010 Dan and Nancy have been serving at the center for technical support of Wycliffe’s work called JAARS in North Carolina. Serving in the Land Transportation Department of JAARS, the Hudsons help translation teams all over the world get the right vehicle for their work.
Jean and Merese are serving the church in Haiti. They now oversee an orphanage (Good Shepherd’s Love Orphanage), seven schools, seven churches, and a Bible School.
Earl and Bev have lived and ministered in Nicaragua for over 20 years. For the past 16 years, they have lived in Matagalpa and Jinotega where they have planted two churches and serve as pastors, conference speakers, teachers, counselors, and prayer ministers.
Danny and Peggy were sent out by the church to the mission field in September of 1990. Now, they hold week-long national conferences in Latin America and Asia to train children’s and youth teachers. Follow-up discipleship classes are held for four weeks for those who receive Christ.
Kevin and Colleen are serving in West Africa with S*I*M. Their goal is to help build the Church and make disciples through translation of the Scriptures. Their work focuses primarily on translation, production of literacy materials, and language development for the 300,000 ‘D’ people spread widely across two countries.