REACHING THE TWO BILLION PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEVER HEARD THE GOSPEL
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Reaching the two billion people who have never heard the Gospel.
Our Strategic Priorities:
1. People with least access to the Gospel
2. The poorest of the poor
3. The most vulnerable and the exploited
4. Local university students and children/families at risk within our community
3 Ways to Engage
Global Partners Map
Each year we feature in-depth updates from 4 of our Global Partners through video and other media. Enjoy getting to know these partners as you connect more deeply with their outreach.
GO mobilizes, equips and sends healthy disciple-makers to reach out to the Arab World through media, Biblical training and relational encouragement. Today, more than 380 people are involved in a wide variety of church planting activities among Arab world people. The social unrest in parts of the Arab region coupled with the impact of Christian media in the region is providing much greater opportunities for the gospel.
IJM (International Justice Mission)
International Justice Mission (IJM) partners with local authorities to rescue victims of violence, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems around the world. You help us directly support IJM’s efforts to rescue children from child slavery on Lake Volta in Ghana. Once exploited, these children are now on course for healing, education and, hopefully, reconnecting with their families and communities.
URBAN IMPACT serves the families of the PT Barnum Community in Bridgeport, CT offering youth from the public housing complex educational opportunities through ‘in-school’ & ‘after-school’ activities. These include one-on-one and small group tutoring and mentoring with the purpose of helping youth achieve academic success, develop positive character traits and lead a fulfilling life.
Brought together by a Black Rock mission trip, a group of strangers from southern Connecticut traveled to New Orleans to serve those impacted by Hurricane Katrina. A bond formed among those volunteers during that trip. The group questioned the need to travel across the country when a nearly identical need existed less than five miles from the church. To answer this call, Urban Impact of Black Rock was created to target this local area in great need of God’s attention and love.
CITY MINISTRIES, under the leadership of Peter and Miriam Fretheim in Jos, Plateau, Nigeria, ministers in several Nigerian cities and has hundreds of full-time, part-time and volunteer workers that are sharing the love of Jesus with thousands in need. They are made up of several specific ministry units including Gidan Bege (House of Hope) and other centers for children who have been orphaned or displaced due to the effects of extreme terrorism and poverty. King’s Kids, which cares for needy children, City Sports, which uses sports to reach youth and Missions, which uses outreach to support the church planting work of Nigerian missionaries in rural areas. They also conduct medical clinics for adults and outreach to brothels and prisons.
Black Rock Global Kids
Black Rock Global Kids (BRGK) engages kids Grades 1-5, and their families, in learning about missions, prayer for missions, and supporting missions.