Jesus told us to “Go!” But we don’t go as “fixers.” Sure, we go as Christ’s representatives, but we also go as servant-learners…and listeners! We believe in forming meaningful, lasting and reciprocal relationships with the people we serve. That’s how hope gets offered, widows are cared for, homes are built, orphans are rescued, and lives are transformed by the power of the gospel!
We recognize, however, that we will not be able to make a significant impact in the world if we spread ourselves too thin. We have, therefore, sought to prayerfully consider where the Lord has opened key doors of opportunity for our church to leverage the corporate talent and resources He has entrusted to us. We believe we have stewardship over our time and resources. Therefore, based on our vision and purpose, we have focus.
- Malawi, Africa (Passion Center for Children)
If you’re interested in being part of a mission trip, let us know at Next Steps: Mission Trips.
Local Missions Opportunities
Pregnancy Decision Health Center
Northwest has been supporting the Pregnancy Decision Health Center through your faithful giving. To help PDHC serve expectant mothers, you can purchase supplies from their Amazon wishlist throughout the year or sign up with PDHC as a volunteer.
Lifeline Christian Mission
In the fall of 2021, we hosted Lifeline Christian Mission at our church and helped pack over 24,000 meals for families in Haiti. We had a lot of fun and had people of all ages help pack meals for needy families. Lifeline has ongoing meal-packing events at their Westerville facility that benefits people in countries like Haiti, Ukraine, and other communities around the world.
If you and your family or your Life Group would like to volunteer for an hour to help pack as many meals as possible, it’s as simple as signing up here. Lifeline will ask you to select a date on the calendar and fill out the necessary information.
Supporting missionaries in the states and around the world
We’re honored for the opportunity to faithfully support these missionary families…along with several in closed countries where their work is so sensitive we can’t talk about it online.