Annie Armstrong week of prayer

ON MISSION:  HERE AND NOW!

Please take time to pray for these families during the Annie Armstrong Week of Prayer and consider giving to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering

(100% of all donations go towards North American Missions)

NOW IS THE TIME

The people who live in darkness have seen

a great light, and for those living in the

shadowland of death, light has dawned.

MATTHEW 4:16 (HCSB)


The missions field is all around us. According to statistics, 269 million people across North America do not know Christ, but hundreds of churches are closing their doors every year. Now is the time to act, and North American missionaries are through church planting and compassion ministries. More than 5,000 are at work in large cities, rural communities, and college campuses. They proclaim the good news and gather new Christians into the body of believers. These men and women are finding ways to meet needs and engage in community, and it’s making a difference. However, the needs outpace the workers; many more are needed. Let’s put our hope in the Lord of the harvest; ask Him to send more workers into the field.


  • CROSSING CULTURES

    Trent and Elizabeth DeLoach share a passion to reach the nations.  As Send Relief missionaries and leaders at Clarkston International Bible Church (CIBC), they invest their lives in people from around the world in Clarkston, Georgia, a city sometimes called the most diverse square mile in the United States.  


    See more at anniearmstrong.com/deloach.

  • LOST AND FOUND

    Las Vegas native Heiden Ratner fulfilled a dream when he played Division 1 college basketball, but his time on the court wasn't his most defining university experience.  At a college bible study, he says, "I realized I was missing something, I thought, 'These people have something I don't.'"


    See more at anniearmstong.com/ratner

  • HOMETOWN HOPE

    Missouri native Kempton Turner and his wife, Caryn, have dedicated their lives to helping restore hope in East St. Louis, an area known for gangs, drugs, and staggeringly high murder rates.  Their church plant, City of Joy Fellowship, focuses its ministry on the tough inner city where Kempton endured his own struggles growing up including never knowing his biological mother.


    See more at anniearmstrong.com/turner

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  • Freedom and Truth

    Originally from Sri Lanka, Kesavan was raised Hindu and lived in several countries before his family settled in Canada. Cultural and religious divides split the area, and Kesavan was arrested for gang

    violence at 19. He says, “While in prison, I got to read the Bible for the frst time and came to understand the gospel as good news.”


    See more at anniearmstrong.com/balasingham

  • SPEAKING OUT

    Travis and his wife, Jennifer, planted Mile City Church in 2015. They reach out to people who have given up on church or who never had that relationship, and lives are being transformed by the gospel.


    See more at anniearmstrong.com/whittaker

  • Practical Approach

    At Graffti Church in New York’s Lower East Side, the motto is: “From small things come great things.” 


    “Jesus started by meeting needs frst,” says Graffti’s Taylor Field, a Send Relief® missionary. “His compassion grew people’s faith, and then He built the church on that faith.”


    See more at anniearmstrong.com/field