At CCCS, we have a heart to spread the gospel to the world, especially to those who have never heard the name of Jesus. The vision of the Missions Department is “for believers of all ages to be continually, passionately, investing in reaching unsaved people and to direct a significant majority of our financial and human resources towards reaching the unreached people groups”
According to the Joshua Project, the term “unreached” is applied to people groups in which 2% or less of the population is Evangelical Christian. As a result, the Missions Department has in recent years been actively searching to support missionaries and organizations that reach the unreached people groups.
If you are or know of any missionaries who are in need of support to reach the unreached, please contact us!
Every year, the church hosts a three-day missions conference to inspire, encourage, and convict the body of Christ to actively participate in the building of His kingdom. In previous years, we have had the honor of hearing from speakers such as George Murray, Paul Borthwick and Jamie Hudson Taylor who have encouraged us to reach the unreached and to go out of our comfort zones and be cross-cultural in our missional endeavors.
The conference takes place the second weekend in October, and we hope you can join us in being challenged by the gospel to reach those who have never heard the name of Jesus!
To increase the awareness of Jesus Christ's heart for the lost and for the need of missions around the world, Cornerstone through the years has sent teams to various places in the United States and around the world. We want to build God’s kingdom wherever we are called to go. If you are interested in applying for a trip, please notify the leader of the trip to receive an application.
Indonesia STM Trip will be partnering with local missionaries and reaching unreached people groups in a majority Muslim area. Interest meeting is this Sunday (9/22) in Matilda 204 at 1 pm. Details of the mission will be presented with time for questions. Come and learn more if you are interested and consider applying to join the team. For more information or an application, please contact Pastor Jeff Whisman.
Leader: Pastor Jeff Whisman
According to Praying Pelican: "In Arizona and the Four Corners region, there are over 20 Native American Reservations where reaching the Native American people for Christ has been challenging due to restricted access to outside organizations. Our Praying Pelican Missions staff has worked to develop genuine and trusting partnerships in a number of reservations where you and your mission team can serve alongside a local pastor in dynamic ministries. Your Reservation mission group will have the opportunity to build long-term relationships with members of the community as you assist in children's ministry, outreach programs, or service projects.”Our team will primarily have opportunities to evangelize, share our testimonies, distribute food to those in need, do service projects around the home church and participate in VBS, by leading songs, small groups, teach bible stories and play games!
Leader: Pastor Paul Han