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Spreading God's word.

Our Missions

Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 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. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28: 18-20 NIV)


Our church supports various missions emphasizing both the humanitarian and teaching aspects of enveloping oneself in the word of God. Our missions include an Ethiopian mission, centered around spreading God's love through humanitarian work with local communities, as well as our IBLA program which is centered around preparing students to become ministers and teachers of the word of God.


Ethiopian Mission

We have supported mission work in Addilo Ethiopia since 2002. The primary focus of this mission’s work is to convert people to Christianity, strengthen existing churches, and undertake humanitarian work among the poor and disadvantaged. 

With our financial support, we are providing assistance in many ways, including assistance for daily living needs and showing hope for the future.  We are able to feed many who are less fortunate, and as a result, many have experienced the love of God and accepted him as their Lord and Savior. Seven new churches of Christ congregations have been established in the area and in the surrounding communities.

Ethiopia Church


Instituto Biblico Latino Americano. A biblical school in Latin America, established in 1968, dedicated to preparing students to become ministers and teachers of the word of God. This program spreads the word of the gospel to the people of Baja California, particularly Tijuana. 

This program is entirely free for students, providing a 2-year scholarship program including food, clothing, lodging, school supplies, and transportation to and from school. The school presents a study plan in which the student will be prepared for the improvement of all those who, being Christians, recognize the convenience of achieving a maximum yield and obtaining greater fruit from their labors in the Lord's Vineyard.

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