What is Faith Promise?

Faith Promise is our way of raising funds to support and fund the spread of the Gospel around around the world. We consider Faith Promise a form of worship by stepping out in faith and relying on God to provide the funds that we might not see. We do this by asking you to prayerfully consider making a pledge to faithfully give on a weekly/monthly basis (in addition to your regular giving) over the next year. Your pledge is confidential and between you and God.

Does My Pledge Make a Difference?

Absolutely!!! The primary goal is to reach the world for Christ. Every dollar you give goes directly to the both local and global missions, helps fund ministry all around the Globe, and fulfills the Great Commission:

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you”

Matthew 28:19-20

When we think of Missions we often only think of helping out in other countries, which is a big part of what we do, but as indicated on the chart, we help in many ways. Money raised through Faith Promise pledges is also used for local work and witness projects.  A team of volunteers completes home repairs and other projects for families who need assistance locally.

This Year's Missionary Speaker

Ben & Katherine Radcliffe and family have been serving the Lord as physicians at the  Nazarene General Hospital since February 2015. The hospital is located at Kudjip, Jiwaka Province, in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Ben grew up at Kudjip where his parents served as missionaries at the Nazarene Hospital for over thirty two years. Ben’s parents retired from missionary service in December of 2017 but Ben is grateful to have the privilege of continuing the surgical service and training that his father started. Although Katherine is trained as a family physician, she spends her days in the home caring for and schooling their four children, Simeon (born 2012), Matthias (born 2014) and twin girls Tabea and Naomi (born 2016). Baby Radcliffe #5 is expected any day now! Katherine also coordinates all the volunteers, trainees, and students who join in service at the hospital. 

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