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Missions Ministry

We are called into missions to carry out the Great Commission (Matthew 18:19) by:
Bringing the lost to salvation in Christ (Romans 10:13-15)
Proclaiming Christ and presenting everyone perfect in Him (Colossians 1:28).
Confessing Christ to the world (Matthew 10:32-33; 1 John 4:2-3).

Who We Are

What to Expect

Faith Promise mission meets one night a month to discuss each mission’s needs, review the budget, and discuss any upcoming mission trips FCC will be involved in. We look over the newsletters we receive from our missions and hear updates from our contact person responsible for that mission on the committee. If there is an immediate need from
one of the missions, we discuss options on how we can help meet that need.


Below is a list of the mission organizations FCC supports each month. You can also visit the "see more" tab below to view this information in PDF form.

Carter Christian Academy

A Christ-centered preparatory school in Hitchins, Kentucky. The mission of Carter Christian Academy is to provide a secure, Christ-Centered environment in which students will have the opportunity to acquire a personal knowledge of God, develop Christian character, and achieve academic excellence.


Purpose: To evangelize Zimbabwe reaching the whole person for Christ; the body, mind and soul through healthcare, schools and the Church.
Programs: Church Planting/Evangelism, Preacher and Leadership Training, Christian Education, Living Proof Child Sponsorship, Orphan Ministry, Medical Clinics.


Howell’s Mill Christian Assembly [in Ona, West Virginia] is operated as a non-profit 501- 3c private camp owned and supported by the Christian Church and Churches of Christ in the Tri-State Area. HMCA opened in 1948 and was bought by our churches in 1960. In 2020, we celebrated 60 years of summer camp and full-time camp ministry to the area.
HMCA strives to promote the spiritual, social, and educational welfare of each camper in a safe, friendly, Christian atmosphere.

International Disaster Emergency Services

IDES exists to meet physical and spiritual needs of suffering people throughout the world in the name of Jesus Christ.
Evangelism – Our primary goal is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in everything we do.
Disaster Response – IDES works in partnership with Christ’s servants around the globe to care for victims of natural disasters.
Hunger Relief – We fund both long- and short-term hunger relief efforts,
providing nutritious meals for those in need.
Community Development – IDES’ mission partners help people create a better future for themselves and their children by providing them with a “hand-up” instead of just a “hand-out.”
Medical Care – We provide medical supplies, equipment, prescription
medications, vitamins, and other materials requested by mission partners


FCC supports Tim & Kate Jackson serving as Campus Ministers at Loch Haven University in Loch Haven, Pennsylvania.
Our mission is to pursue, model and teach intimacy with Jesus in community with others on our campus. We want every student we interact with to know who Jesus is and how to follow Him. We believe that we are hand-crafting the next generation of church leaders on a secular campus. Students who graduate from our ministry are uniquely placed to impact the world for Christ as teachers, social workers, doctors, biologists and economists. We build leaders who live in awe of Christ, have a deep love for the local church, and are driven to address the lostness and brokenness of our world.


Kentucky Christian University is a private, non-profit Christian university located in the beautiful foothills of Eastern Kentucky. For over a century, KCU has been transforming the hearts and minds of students through a Christ-Centered academic community that is both academically rigorous and intimately personal.
Mission Statement: The mission of Kentucky Christian University is to engage students in a transformative educational experience that equips them as effective Christian professionals providing servant leadership for the church and society.


Mission Statement: To impact this world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ by reaching the lost (Matthew 28:18-20) and encouraging the saints (Ephesians 4:11-16).
Goals: We believe that every community should have at least one New Testament congregation by which people can have the opportunity to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ and once they become a Christian to be given an opportunity to grow and learn.
1) Plant new churches in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia.
2) Assist Restoration Movement congregations in any way we can.
3) Extend scholarships to men studying for preaching ministry.
4) Offer Bible studies to churches and individuals for evangelizing and building up.


“Glad Tidings Ministries (Jackie Brant) served in Africa for 31 years. We also served in Spain for 2 years. Glad Tidings still supports Malawi Christian Mission as their stateside representatives. The work is in the hands of lead pastor, Alfred Kachipeso. I’m thankful that the small group of Churches and individuals that support them have been so faithful through the years.” – Jackie Brant


Mexico Christian Children’s Home was established in 1970 by Bob and Bev Wright. Bob graduated from Kentucky Christian College, now named Kentucky Christian University, in 1970. Just a few months later, he and his wife moved from Grayson to Mexico to establish a home for homeless children in Queretaro, Mexico.

Get in Touch

Additional Information: Currently, we financially support 10 different missions locally, across the United States, and internationally. The people that typically serve on the Faith Promise committee have a calling to help serve these missions and missionaries as best
we can. We prayerfully consider each missions needs and decide how we can best support them with the money that is given through Faith Promise.

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