Red Brick Church actively supports the following mission efforts:
Trans World Radio/TWR - Shawn and Laura Boyd
Shawn and Laura live in Vienna, Austria where Shawn is the Director of Fund Development for Europe and CAMENA. Their desire is to bridge the gap between international and local ministries to see people reconciled to God, churches planted, disciples grow, leaders develop, and Christ glorified as they encourage people to partner together for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Laura is focusing her attention on caring for Savannah, Donovan, and Brooklyn as our family transitions into a whole new world of experiences.
EMU Church Planting to the Unreached Lao – Jeremy and Bonnie Ruth Farmer
The Farmers have been working in Cambodia since 2011. They live in the StungTreng Province and are learning to speak Lao with the goal to plant churches among the ten’s of thousands of unreached Laotians living in Cambodia. Jeremy also teaches at the Ratanakiri Pastor’s Institute in Khmer (the national language of Cambodia) with the team from Evangelical Mission to the Unreached (EMU).
Slavic Gospel Association-Church Plant
Kurbonali (Ali) Fathuddinov lives in the village of Zargar, Tajikistan. He is the leader of a local church which meets in his house three times a week. Ali is married to Dilorom and has five children: Shahnoza, Gulnoza, Valijohn, Dil’noza, and Dildora. Ali was born to a Muslim family but came to believe in Jesus Christ after he was told about the Savior who could “save us from our sins and give us eternal freedom”. Ali was baptized and went on to study at a missionary college in the city of Kazan. He writes, “There is a lot of work for us now. People need God and we want to tell them about him. We need for your prayers about our family and our Church. We need wisdom and power from God.”
Mission Aviation Fellowship – John and Nancy Hook
Mission Aviation Fellowship serves people who deal with challenges due to isolation in regions such as Africa, Asia, Eurasia, and Latin America by providing aviation, communications, and learning technology services. John and Nancy Hook are MAF missionaries. John was a pilot in Indonesia for years and now recruits pilots and airplane mechanics for MAF. John and Nancy live in Nampa, Idaho.
Please visit their website at: www.maf.org/hook
Campus Crusade for Christ/CRU – Karl and Megan Glendenning
CRU, formally Campus Crusade for Christ International is a College campus ministry. They have been on campuses for over 60 years, helping students come to know Jesus, grow in their faith and then go to their families, their communities and all over the world to tell others about God’s love. Karl and Meg serve with CRU at their global headquarters in Orlando, Florida on the training and development team.
If you are interested in supporting them financially or through prayer, go to https://give.cru.org/0588151
College students and parents can learn more at http://www.cru.org
Good Ground Communications – Eric Walker
Good Ground Communications is a not-for-profit Operating Project of the Joy to the World Foundation. The vision of GGC is to help spread of the love and message of Jesus Christ all around the world. This includes building up believers both nationally and internationally through the practical teaching of God’s Word. In addition, GGC is passionately involved in sharing the love and message of Jesus Christ with those who have not heard, specifically to those who live in the countries of the 10/40 Window.
In recent years GGC has sponsored outreaches in Africa, Turkey and China. I am returning to China for 6 weeks this summer to teach English. I will be sharing the love and message of Jesus in Anshan, China, about 150 miles from the border of North Korea.
Bread of Life at Valley Covenant Church in Stillman Valley
Bread of Life Ministry was started in 1999 by members of Valley Covenant Church who were grateful for God’s blessings in the lives of their families and chose to share these blessings with their community. The purpose of Bread of Life is to offer care and concern for those in need in our region by giving help to all who come to our distributions on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. We provide hot meals; groceries, canned and boxed foods, frozen foods and meats, and personal care items; and books and reading material. We provide a welcoming atmosphere to all who come through our doors and distribute food to anyone in need. We encourage those we serve toward faith in Jesus Christ through gentle conversation, but we do not require a faith commitment of those we serve.