Thank you for your interest in missions at CTR!
As Mission Action Team, we want you to know what we believe God is doing in and through our church body to spread his gospel to the four corners of the earth and how you can be a part!
Christ the Redeemer Church supports several full time missionaries involved in the spread of the gospel. We want to partner with them in fulfilling God's desire to reach all nations with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
CTR is also involved in sending out new missionaries. We actively help those we believe are called to missions work through training, preparation and sending.
We believe that missions is not just for missionaries, but something the whole church should be involved in. By becoming a bridge between those in the field and those at home, we want to motivate you to either go yourselves or be a part of the vital support network these missionaries need to fulfill their difficult task.
We hope this page will help you see a little more of what God is accomplishing through us to bring the glory of God in Jesus Christ to all nations!
In this section you will find these topics:
How can I learn more?
Christ the Redeemer church is involved in missions because we desire to be obedient to Jesus Christ. Through the words of Jesus and the full revelation of scripture, we understand the advance of the gospel among all peoples of the world to be one of God’s central priorities. The proclamation of the gospel and world missions are not optional in the life of the Christian church.
We encourage you to investigate the scriptures and see for yourself what they say about this issue. Here are some good places to start:
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How can I be involved?
There are many ways that you can be involved in the missions program at CTR. Here are some ways you can help:
- Go! Make disciples
- Send others! Organize prayer
- Care! For church-supported missionaries
- Serve! As part of the Mission Action Team
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- The Joshua Project: A vast database of unreached peoples information
- The Caleb Project: Resources to equip the local church for missions
- Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: there is a course every year in Spokane
- U.S. Center for World Missions: also check out Mission Frontiers Magazine
- Read the 2008 CTR Missions Policy
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