Grace City Missions exists to lead our city and our world into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.

We love our city and our world through relationships. We are intentional about who we partner with as we serve compassionately and consistently in order to restore individuals and ourselves into right relationship with God, others, creation, and self.

 
 

 
 
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Using basic hygiene training as an entry point to visit with different houses in the villages, our team will help to gather important data about the physical and spiritual needs of the people. The data collected will allow Mission of Hope to measure our effectiveness in saturating the villages with the gospel and leverage the information for meeting the needs of the people to bring life transformation. The team will go from house to house training each one in basic hygiene, engaging the residents in normal conversation, assessing the living conditions, collecting important demographic information, sharing the gospel, and obtaining GPS coordinates of the home.

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This team will be working with an independent missionary, Tori Rasmussen, who has committed his life to doing ministry on the island of Mafia, Tanzania. Ministry will include: distributing one Arabic & Swahili Bible for each house in all the neighborhoods in the main town of Kilindoni, helping to improve the conditions of the mission base in Kilindoni by engaging in construction related works around the base, and hosting a soccer tournament involving all of the villages on the Island of Mafia.

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The team will partner with missionary Cindy Sharpless and Instituto El Rey in Rio Viejo, Honduras to teach english and engage in construction projects. This will aid in providing an opportunity for quality education in a Christian environment that will reach the poor in rural villages of the Cangrejal Valley.

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The team will join missionaries from around the world for 1Nation1Day. 1Nation1Day is the largest global missions outreach in history. It is the gathering of 5,000 passionate missionaries, over 360 teams holding over 5,400 outreaches, 15 stadium events in every major stadium, and ministry in specific areas around the country all in 10 days in the beautiful country of Peru.

 
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Using basic hygiene training as an entry point to visit with different houses in the villages, our team will help to gather important data about the physical and spiritual needs of the people. The data collected will allow Mission of Hope to measure our effectiveness in saturating the villages with the gospel and leverage the information for meeting the needs of the people to bring life transformation. The team will go from house to house training each one in basic hygiene, engaging the residents in normal conversation, assessing the living conditions, collecting important demographic information, sharing the gospel, and obtaining GPS coordinates of the home.

 

 
 

GOSPEL INC. OUTREACH

A group of men will lead a Bible study for the residents of Gospel, Inc.’s Halfway House. There is a curriculum for the teaching that participants will simply follow and teach from. This is a time primarily to build relationship and mentor men in recovery.

PARKER STREET AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Participants will help lead activities and will primarily build relationships with the students at Parker Street Ministries. Participants may lead extracurricular classes such as fitness/sports, arts, cooking, music, etc.

FBCH COMPASSION CENTER

Florida Baptist Children’s Home receives donations of all sorts every day. Participants of this group will have the opportunity to volunteer in their brand new Compassion Center to help organize these donations. Participants will also get a chance to tour the campus and meet some of the children.