We exist to make disciples of all nations. We strive to do that by bringing spiritual, social, and economic restoration to unreached people groups as a tangible expression of the Gospel.
As part of the Church’s vision to Oppose Injustice, Fellowship Church not only continues to make an impact for the marginalized in the local community, but our global community as well. With its longest standing global partnership, Bridges to the Nation, Thailand continues to be a country that God calls Fellowship to make disciples in.
Participants will look to unleash compassion and hope to the communities of Pak Chong and Pattaya, Thailand. Through prevention work in the provinces that are most susceptible to see the youth marginalized and go into the Sex Tourism Industry, participants will be holding english camps and working in community building. BTN also looks to create restoration for the men, women, and youth already in the industry in Pattaya, an area known to be one of the top-grossing areas of the sex tourism & exploitation industry.
Fellowship’s short-term mission trip to Benin will be our church’s first opportunity to impact the African continent. We anticipate the great plan God has for us to make disciples in this region of the world.
During this trip, we will be partnering with Literacy and Evangelism International missionary Patricia Lindsay and the English Language Ministry in the city of Cotonou. Fellowship’s inaugural visit will provide an exploratory opportunity for ongoing partnership with our brothers and sisters in Benin. The work of this trip includes providing support for English classes and offering basic workshops on small business development. In addition, the team will offer spiritual encouragement and Christian teaching/training for our brothers and sisters who are growing God’s kingdom in Benin on a daily basis.