World Missions

Our Vision

Eastminster’s vision is to facilitate the planting of sustainable, gospel-centered, reproducing churches in strategic regions. The Council will pursue this vision by focusing primarily on unreached and unengaged people groups. By God’s grace we will make disciples, provide compassionate outreach and train indigenous leaders. We will accomplish this first through committed and focused prayer, and second by educating and engaging our congregation and by teaming with likeminded partners. 

 

Why?

• More than 25% of the world’s people groups are considered “unreached” with the gospel. This makes up more than 40% of the world’s population.
• Only 2% of all money given globally toward mission go toward the unreached.
• Only one in 10 international missionaries go to serve the unreached.

 

Regions

To accomplish our goal, Eastminster world missions is organized into regions, most focused on unreached areas of the globe. We encourage anyone interested in world missions to prayerfully choose a region to serve. Those serving each region are its champions, forming relationships with our missions partners there through care and prayer, organizing short-term trips to the region, etc.

• The Balkans (Albania, Macedonia, Romania, Moldova)
• East Africa (Kenya, South Sudan, Ethiopia)
• USA (Pockets of unreached people groups in the US. Kansas and Wichita remain a local mission opportunity)
• Central America
• Legacy (current partners outside the defined regions)

 

To get involved, contact Marcia Davis at 634.0337, ext. 231, or mdavis@eastminster.org.

 

World Missions Events

November

Sunday, November 18, 12:15 p.m.; C-15
Miheret serves as a digital strategist for CRU. Originally from Ethiopia, he is passionate about making Jesus known to all cultures and people groups in the world. He and his team help people around the world use digital tools like websites, video... Read More >>

January

Friday, January 25 and Saturday, January 26
Antioch Missions Conference Beyond the Walls Friday, January 25 | 10 a.m. – 4:20 p.m. | Cost: $15 Presbytery of the Great Plains Meeting Information to come soon   Note: you do not need to attend the Presbytery meeting to join in the Antioch... Read More >>