Global Missions
Joshua Jacobs - Mission To the World France
David & Erin Pervis - Athens, Greece (Mission to the World)
Aldo & Amy Mondin - RUF @ University of South Florida

Kelly Fore - Rafiki Foundation in Kampala, Uganda

Ken & Tammie Matlack - Mission to the World Global
Pere & Celia Gonzalez - Greater Europe Mission
Redeemer supports work done by

Wycliffe Bible Translators in Africa.

We believe that the local church is God's primary vehicle for the expansion of His kingdom. Therefore we will invest the largest portion of our mission resources in church planting strategies in various cultural contexts both in the United States and abroad.

We believe that the proper role of the cross-cultural missionary is an equipper of national church planters and a facilitator of church planting movements. Therefore we will strongly support missionaries with a vision for planting indigenous churches with native leadership.

We believe that short-term missions are the most effective method of involving our members in world evangelism. Short-term missions provides believers with the opportunity to experience the work of God in the world and provide an excellent tool for the mobilization of longer-term missionaries. We have a long-term partnership with the Reformed Church in Hanover, Jamaica.

How Can I Serve?
1 You Can Pray
2 You Can Send
3 You Can Go
Prayerfully consider your involvement. It may or may not be God’s plan for you to pack your bags for another country, but He does desire that you have His heart for the nations, that men and women from every people would worship Him.

Missions Partners

Derrick and Katie A. (Jack, Lucy, and Henry), Serving in N. Africa

Derrick and Katie A, and their three kids Jack (11) Lucy (9) and Henry (6) are currently working in N. Africa. They have served there since January of 2019. They have joined a team there that consists of families, couples and singles whose focus is widespread in their vocational roles in order to serve in a variety of ways. The children attend an international school where they are learning Arabic and French and attend school with children from all over the world and many faith backgrounds. Derrick and Katie spent their first year in N. Africa focusing on learning the Arabic dialect of their country and continues to study Arabic with a local brother two days a week. They attend a local fellowship where Katie serves on the diaconate. Derrick, a mental health professional, is being invited to serve in a variety of ways with local organizations, companies and fellowships to help bring mental health healing to a nation suffering from un-addressed issues of addiction, trauma (in many forms), abuse and relational/boundary dynamics. Derrick recently (as of Feb 2020) established his own private practice there in the country, Bridges Coaching and Consulting, which has allowed for relational connections as he bring healing to a hurting, wounded and traumatized people.