As Christians, we must live daily in a way that people see Jesus in us, wherever we go.

As we understand more and more clearly what Jesus did to save us, we are compelled to share the gift of salvation with others. God has placed us here purposefully so that as we connect to others in our daily lives, we reflect who Jesus is by how we act and what we say. 

Faith Church wants to support you as you connect to others on a daily basis - in the workplace, in school, at the gym, in your neighborhood. We also provide local, domestic and international opportunities that you may join as well.

The following missionaries and mission organizations are supported and prayed for by Faith Church:


Peter and Diane Bakelaar

Bakelaar

For a number of years the Bakelaars have served with Mission to the World in Nagoya, Japan. There they have been involved with church planting, discipling and pastoral training. 
                                   

Jeremiah and Grace Gado

Gado

The Gados are missionaries in Nigeria. Jeremiah is the president of Evangelical Church Winning All.  They are involved in church planting as well as ministry to new believers in a hostile environment.           


Mike and Erin Pettengill

Pettengill

Mike and Erin are serving with Mission to the World.


Alex and Jenny Stewart

Stewart

 Alex and Jenny are serving in the Netherlands. Alex is the Academic Dean as well as Professor of New Testament and Greek at Tindale Theological Seminary. He also finds himself preaching at various local churches. Both Jenny and Alex are involved with the Children’s Ministry in their local church. Their vision is to advance God’s global mission by training Christian leaders who will train others.
      

Tom and Lucy Wright

Wright

For a number of years Tom and Lucy were involved with MTW (Mission to the World) in church planting in various areas of Africa.  Now Tom is teaching pastors in French speaking African areas as well as in Haiti.  Lucy is involved in her local area teaching English as a second language. 

Curt Sneed

Curt in Chaplain Vest

Reconcile the City is the ministry vision that the Lord has given to Curt Sneed and his wife Lanaea to bring Gospel ministry to police officers, their families and the communities they serve. Curt served as a police officer with the Columbia Police Department for 19 years. He left that position in 2012 to pursue ministry training. Upon Curt’s graduation from seminary, Curt and Lanaea felt led to pursue a focused ministry that seeks to address the needs and brokenness that uniquely affects the police community. Learn more about Reconcile the City here!

Lighthouse for Life

Human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world today, with more than 40,000,000 victims – a number that's growing by the second. Lighthouse for Life exists to EDUCATE people about the realities of human sex trafficking in the United States. Through awareness, we can EMPOWER those not only how to recognize the signs of human trafficking within their own communities, but also how best to respond when they encounter it. We strive to arm individuals, families and organizations with the necessary knowledge and tools to detect, prevent and protect their communities from human trafficking.

Child Evangelism Fellowship

CEF is a local ministry involved in reaching children with the Gospel. Good News Club is a weekly club held during the school year where children have the opportunity to learn about Jesus. The summer 5-Day Club outreach offers a unique opportunity for children to be introduced to the Gospel. Christian Youth in Action is a program to train youth to minister the gospel to others. 


Mission India

The ministry of Mission India is to transform communities in India by planting churches through three proven strategies. Children’s Bible Clubs help kids discover Jesus, learn how to pray to Him, sing songs and have fun. When they bring what they learn home with them, whole families come to know Christ. Adult Literacy Classes teach students to read and write at a 5th grade level, do 3-digit math, save money and increase income. The students are gently introduced to the Gospel through the wisdom of God’s Word and the story of Jesus. Church Planter Training is a year of in-depth training done on location, in teams of 10, with a mix of classroom instruction and supervised fieldwork.  The goal is to establish strong communities of faith that continue to grow and multiply.


Trail Life

A Christian Outdoor Adventure, Character and Leadership Program for boys and young men, operating from Troops that are chartered through churches in 48 states. The program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers.


American Heritage Girls

Building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.  A national character development organization for girls ages 5-18 embracing Christian values and encouraging family involvement.

Christ Central

Christ Central was born in a June 1994 downtown prayer meeting when a man came asking for food. His request was met, more came, a great need was recognized, and the challenge was met. Twenty one years later, numerous locations are meeting basic needs and offering education, community development, medical care, recovery, and volunteer opportunities. Projects under way include CCM’s first free mental health clinic, additional free medical clinics, a comprehensive youth program that meets youth at school, at home, and in their neighborhoods, a national pilot project to address persistent homelessness, and Mission Lake, a 1200 acre wilderness camp and research campus in southern Lexington County.

Good Works

GOoD Works strives to improve the living conditions of the people in the community in which we serve. GOoD Works procures labor, material and equipment, when repairs or improvements are needed to homes, but cannot be made by the homeowner due to financial or physical difficulties. GOoD Works mission is based on unconditional love towards everyone. GOad Works is located in Chapin, SC.

Crossover CUPS Mission

Our Mission: Rescue a Child. Transform a Family. Do it again tomorrow.With high poverty and unemployment rates, natives of the Dominican are often lured into a life of human trafficking and exploitation with promises of money, security, and a better life. The Crossover Cups Mission comes alongside young people and families in the Dominican Republic to disciple them, provide for them, give them education, serve them, and empower them.

The Gideons International

The Gideons are a body of believers dedicated to making the Word of God available to everyone and, together with the local church, reaching souls for Christ. Today, we have taken more than 2 billion Scriptures in more than 95 languages to 200 countries, territories, and possessions across the globe.

Sharing Gods Love

Sharing God’s Love was organized in 1984 when representatives from a few churches in the area got together and agreed that there needed to be a central location where community families facing emergencies related to their basic living needs could be served. Thus, they began to establish this ministry to provide food, clothing, and financial assistance to those in need. The idea was well received, and all area churches were invited to participate. The program allows churches to refer people to SGL, instead of their going from one church to the other for help.