Monte de Horeb Ministries in Honduras:

In November 2020, Faith Community Church embarked

upon a new ministry opportunity -- to support Mike and

Ginger Greene and their ministry team in Pavana,

Honduras that allows North Americans to work alongside 

local Honduran churches in bringing glory to Jesus Christ.

Our involvement began through the support of Barbara

Krauss. It is her heart's desire to provide families in

Honduras with the gospel and a home to live. We have

created a fund in Barb's honor to support missions in

Honduras. This fund supports the Green's ministry to

provide short-term mission trip opportunities for teams to

be witnesses for Jesus Christ, while building homes for

Honduran families. The people and families they help are

usually living in housing that is either adobe, stick built, plastic, or they do not have a                                                                                           home at all. As ministry leaders,                                                                                          the Greens validate property                                                                                                ownership prior to the ministry team                                                                                     constructing a home, and partner                                                                                         with Honduran churches and                                                                                                members of the community along                                                                                         the way.  The cost for a team to                                                                                           build a home is $3,000, which                                                                                               includes all materials to build a                                                                                             block home with a concrete floor,                                                                                         roof, 2 doors, and 2 windows.                                                                                               Contact us to get more information                                                                                     on how to support this ministry, or to                                                                                     organize a team and join us in                                                                                             building a home for a Honduran                                                                                           family.

Bill and Jen Morlang

                                                                               Mike and Kathy McKeever -

                                                                               Wycliffe Bible Translators

                                                                               In June of 2019, Faith Community

                                                                               Church began to support Mike and                                                                                      Kathy McKeever as recruiters for

                                                                               Wycliffe Bible Translators. Mike had                                                                                    worked for Wycliffe Bible Translators                                                                                    for 14 years previously, and in 2019                                                                                    returned as a recruiter. Mike said, "I                                                                                    can think of no greater use of my time,                                                                                talent and experience than to serve                                                                                      those in this world that need the Word                                                                                  of God in a language they                                                                                                    understand."  Kathy was born and                                                                                        raised in Geneva. Wycliffe Bible                                                                                           Translators USA is a diverse, caring                                                                                    community dedicated to helping people around the world translate the Bible so they can understand and apply God’s life-changing message. Their desire is to love God and love people as they put their skills and talents to work for eternal impact. Everyone deserves access to God’s Word. You’re invited to join a movement of global proportions — so that all people will have the opportunity to discover Jesus and be transformed through Scripture they understand! You can partner with Mike and Kathy by keeping them in your prayers. Donations can be made through Faith Community Church.

                                               Faith Community Church in Pakistan:

                                               In May 2020, Faith Community Church embarked upon a 

                                               new ministry opportunity -- to support Shumaila Yousaf

                                               and her ministry team in Okara, Pakistan bring the gospel 

                                               message of Jesus Christ to children in the village of 11-4L. 

                                               This ministry began through the support of the late David

                                               Balistreri. It was in his heart to provide the children of

                                               Pakistan with the gospel and food. We have created a fund                                                in David's memory to support missions in Pakistan. More                                                    than a monthly Sunday School program, Shumaila also

                                               provides them with a hot meal. Our partnership has 

                                               expanded to include supplying the children with Bibles. 

                                               Periodically, ​we ​provide support for a full Christian service that includes the adults in

the village. They all get the 

opportunity to hear  praise and

worship, preaching and a hot meal.

This is only the beginning of our

journey. Working with Shumaila and

her team in Pakistan, our future plans

include providing much needed clothing,

shoes, toiletries and fresh  water.

Our vision is to  build water filtration

and treatment  facilities for 11-4L

and create greater educational 

opportunities for children to bring

them out of poverty and give them

a  brighter future. This could include

building a school and creating an

education fund. We hope you will join

​us in the journey!

Mike and Kathy McKeever


Mike and Ginger Greene

Faith Community impacts the world through the efforts of our indigenous global partners who are multiplying disciples and meeting spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of our brothers and sister in third world countries through various community development initiatives as church planting, refugee care, child sponsorship, pastor training / equipping, delivering fresh water, business development, education, and more.

Shumaila Yousaf

Repairers of the Breach

Missionaries in Papua New Guinea:

Few countries can match the cultural diversity of Papua New

Guinea, whose 7 million people speak more than 800

languages, and live mostly in rural, indigenous communities.

Bill and Jen Morlang  have been serving there since 2009 as

part of Ethnos360. Bill is the son of Julie Bates. Bill and Jen

both love the physical aspect of missions – building, supply

buying, managing guesthouse. They are trusting God to use

their lives and willing hearts to build His church. As for their

ministries in Papua New Guinea, Bill and Jen do whatever

the Lord brings their way!  They find that this is the safe

answer 🙂.  Bill and Jen know that they can say that they are

going to help with building and maintenance and help with the

guest home, but they know that it can be so much more than that. Bill and Jen desire

                                                                           to build relationships with the people there                                                                            and see them come to know the Lord.                                                                                   They hope to fill any gaps that the Lord                                                                                 opens up for them.  Bill and Jen know that                                                                            by His strength, grace and wisdom they                                                                                need to be open to a variety of ministries.                                                                            Please support them. They are asking for                                                                            our prayers and if possible, financial                                                                                      assistance. If your heart is moved by their                                                                            work and you would like to make a                                                                                        donation, you can do so by clicking on the                                                                            title and visit their bio page on Ethnos360.                                                                            Or you can make a donation through Faith                                                                            Community Church.