The C.K. Church is involved in a number of missions. Although we support several different mission efforts our focus is on Delano Bay Christian Camp and the Navajo Nation in Tuba City, AZ. Our goal is to support missions that we can actively engage in as a congregation with some sweat equity. Check out the different areas of missions below to get connected and to start sharing the good news of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth.
Delano Bay Christian Camp is a beautiful center for Christian activity located on the Puget Sound, about a one hour drive from Tacoma. This magnificent God-given facility is a valuable multi-use tool for the spiritual growth of our youth, families and congregations.
810 Stamford Rd. KP S
Lakebay, WA 98349
If you would like more information on how you can get involved please contact us by clicking Here
Tuba City church of Christ
PO Box 1008
Tuba City, AZ 86045
If you would like more information on how you can get involved, please email us Here.
To financially support the Tuba City Church of Christ and their missions, click Here.
Other Missions We Support
Foundation for His Ministry is a mission whose purpose is to glorify God by making disciples of Jesus Christ. To this end we share and demonstrate God’s love through the power of the Holy Spirit by meeting basic spiritual, physical and educational needs of those in Mexico and beyond. This will be done in such a way as to establish the Mission as a model of effective ministry for other parts of the world.
Our Non-Negotiable Ideals:
- Always preach the Gospel.
- Always be committed to a relationship with Christ through daily prayer, worship, and devotions.
- Always have outreach to the poor.
- Always give everyone the opportunity to participate in outreach.
- Always be cross-centered (modeling Christ’s example of sacrifice, obedience, and love.)
- Always be committed to fellowship with the local church.
- Always lead through modeling by equipping, developing, and encouraging the giftedness of others.
- Always rely on the supernatural power and provision of God.
- Always preserve spiritual unity and accept diversity in non-essentials (those not listed in our statement of faith).
- Always submit to the authority God has put in place.
If you would like to know how you can get involved with this mission please contact us by clicking Here
With Let’s Start Talking Missions work, you will be part of a team that reads the Gospel of Luke with non-believers in a one-on-one, conversational setting. People come desiring to improve their English language skills, but leave changed by the story of Jesus and by the example of love in your life.
If you would like to to get involved with LST, just Contact LST (below) and talk with a Team Developer to get you on your way to share the gospel of Jesus to the ends of the earth.
7650 Precinct Line
Hurst TX 76054
As followers of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we at EEM share God’s Word with the people of Eastern Europe and seek to educate and inspire God’s servants everywhere to partner with us in His ministry.
Regional Development Officer
8113 Autumn Run Lane
North Richland Hills, TX 76182
The Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort immediately responds to any major disaster in the continental United States by sending truckloads of emergency food, water, cleaning, and other supplies to be distributed to all disaster victims in the disaster area through a local Church of Christ. The organization has fifteen employees consisting of an office staff, a warehouse crew, and 5 men that travel across the country telling local congregations about the work of Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort. So most importantly, our unpaid volunteer workers, and volunteer truck drivers are the secret to the success of our organization.
PO Box 111180
410 Allied Drive
Nashville, TN 37222-1180
Toll free: 1-888-541-2848
The Mission of New Mexico Christian Children’s Home in partnership with family, church, and community to transform each child we serve into a Christian champion who is a respected, responsible citizen through quality group, adoptive, foster, and single-parent homes and services provided by a dedicated professional team under God’s direction.
To learn more about NMCCH Check out their website: http://www.nmcch.org/
To financially support NMCCH click Here
Greetings to you from the church of Christ (iglasia de Cristo) in Mazatlan,
The church in Mazatlan is known for its good works, even though it is very poor. Most of the help, in fact maybe all of it comes from the USA. Anyway, the good works the church does helps it to grow. For instance, this lady below, in the picture is Graciela, and she had been in that bed for 3 years before she finally went home to be with the Lord. What a change in lifestyle!! She and her daughter had no help from any source when she was struck with crippling arthritis. When the church in Mazatlan found out about this we started taking her pull-ups, something that they could never afford to buy, and we also took fruit juice, and all things that Graciela and her daughter needed. It was gratefully appreciated. Because of that, when Graciela went home, her daughter wanted to study the Bible with the church, the only church that helped here and her mother. She had been a Pentecostal. Graciela was a faithful member of the Lord’s church for many years, and Gloria, and her daughter knew that.
This is Goria and her grandson, and he has spoken of wanting to be a preacher for the church.
Gloria had a son, and he was a preacher for a denominational church, I am surer he knew about the good work we did for his mother and his grandmother. He met our preacher, Rolando, who had graduated from a 3 year Bible school in Tijuana. Their first study was over 5 hours long. As a result of the study Juan invited the entire church in Olimpica to come to his church to meet with his congregation. But instead of his church learning anything about the truth and the church, when the meeting was over, the president of his church, a woman who told him what and how to preach, just took all the things in the church building and left. Juan had lost his church and his support, but he said the truth is more important. Below is a picture of the last meeting he had with his denominational church. Juan’s mother was there with our group.
This is Juan now preaching for the church of Christ, both in Olimpica and in Villa Union. When he started working with the church in Olimpica, we started supporting him 800 pesos ($48 USA$$$) a week. His job is to teach the young people and visit. That is what he loves to do. Rolando is an excellent teacher and preacher, but he does not have much time to visit. There are times when he could not go to meet with the brethren in Villa Union and they just sat there, waiting for someone to come and no one did. Some left the church for that reason. Juan is visiting with them to try to get them to return. We are working with two churches full time, and so Juan is desperately needed. However, Juan is now fully supported to work with both the church in Olimpica and in Villa Union. He makes $450 USA $$ a month. That does not sound like much for a preacher, especially in the USA, but for him, he is exceedingly happy, overwhelmed that he can be paid so much for what he loves to do best. When Juah received his first month’s pay for June he was so grateful, he said to thank all the brethren who made this possible, Juan says to all THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! $450 a month in Mexico is a very good salary. But this is not all. We are now in another work exactly like the care we had for Graciela. Her name is Francisca. Here is her picture when she was getting around well.
This is Francisca not long ago. The doctor told her she could go to church once a month because she had become very frail. She is. The other day she stepped out of her bed to get her walker, and when she put her leg on the floor it just broke. They took her to the hospital, and that is where she is as she is in such poor health and so frail she can not even be treated for the injury. So, in Mexico if you have any help the family has to provide it. She cannot get out of bed, and if she has pullups the family, in this case it is the church in Olimpica who is providing them, and all she needs. We also take her fruit juice as that is about all she can have. So, our job in Mazatlan is to provide food and comfort and whatever else for the needy. We feel this is a really good work we have going and it is the Mexican brethren who carry it out, and just do it. We thank everyone for the financial aid to make it possible. THANK YOU!!!
Jim and Judy Taylor