Missions isn’t just an event, it’s a person.
Our missions blueprint was already set for us by Jesus Himself. It starts locally, moves out to the state of Tennessee, broadens to North America, and extends around the world.
Backyard Kids Club takes place every summer from June through August. ClearView schedules and promotes Backyard Kids Club in neighborhoods throughout Williamson County. This gives our members opportunities to open up their doors to their own community through Bible study, recreation, snacks and more with children Pre-K–5th grade.
Liberty Elementary and Freedom Middle are local schools that ClearView ministers to throughout the year. There are many opportunities where our church family can serve the children, teachers, and parents in these neighborhood schools.
Room in the Inn provides programs that emphasize human development and recovery through education, self-help and work, centered in community and long term support for those who call the streets of Nashville their home.
GraceWorks is committed to share the grace of God by providing services to residents in need in Williamson County. GraceWorks does this through food, clothing, financial assistance, senior services, Christmas programs, and a thrift store. Daily, GraceWorks looks for a number of volunteers to serve in a variety of capacities.
Second Harvest Food Bank is a network of individuals, local nonprofit organizations and corporate partners working together to fight hunger in our community. Together, we make a bigger, better, stronger and more efficient impact on hunger in our 46-county service area in Middle and West Tennessee.
Graffiti 2 Community Ministries seeks to Revitalize, Revive, and Revolutionize the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx and beyond by enabling individuals to develop physically, mentally (revitalization), emotionally, socially, and spiritually (revival) so that they may become servant-leaders within their families, community, and beyond (revolution).
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Oneida Baptist is a Christian boarding and day school for students, Christian or non-Christian, in grades 6-12. Our mission is to provide a structured living, learning and working environment in which each student is challenged to grow mentally, physically, socially and spiritually in order to acquire an Education for Time and Eternity. At Oneida Baptist, students will meet people from across the United States and around the world. They will also experience daily chores and responsibilities, interact with Christian adults, attend daily chapel services, receive individual attention in class and have a chance to join sports or other cocurriculars.
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The Mission of Hope Church in New Orleans is the Great Commission. Jesus said to his disciples: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” How do we accomplish Mission? When we open God’s Word and observe the early church we see every Christ follower living as disciple-making missionaries in the world. Therefore, we are busy GOING with the Gospel into our neighborhoods, into our city and to the nations; sharing the Good News as we build relationships and meet the needs of people we encounter. We are busy BAPTIZING those who come to faith in Christ. In baptism people publicly identify with Jesus in his death and resurrection and commit themselves to life with the church. We are also busy TEACHING people in our faith family to observe all that Christ has commanded. We teach through the preaching of God’s Word, by example and in disciple making relationships.
Currently the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, Haiti has experienced political instability for most of its history.” “The rural poor are the most responsive. Illiteracy, marginalization in society and lack of adequate teaching have all reduced the Church’s potential impact. But evangelicals are doing a great job of addressing these challenges via radio, children’s education and pastoral and lay training.
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All the Persian and Turkic peoples who call Central Asia home are unreached. Most Central Asians have no knowledge of biblical Christianity and are unaware that the gospel is good news.
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