All around us - everyday - people are waiting to hear of the love that God alone can provide. God has charged us with the responsibility of reaching people in our communities, nation and world with the good news of Jesus Christ. Lighthouse is committed to fulfilling this Great Commission with strategic missions partnerships.
In addition to the care of its members, Lighthouse strongly desires to reach out into the community to see those who do not know Christ be saved and become His disciples. We believe that in order for our church to be healthy and thriving, we must consistently be outwardly focused and attentive to the needs of those around us. The starting point of evangelism is often meeting someone at the point of a physical need, such as food or clothing. While we begin with the communities around us, the ultimate commission of Jesus is that the whole world would know of His saving grace. Lighthouse invests in and partners with the following missions organizations as a part of our commitment to reach the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Missions Organizations We Support
ABLE Faith provides hope by serving and supporting the underreached community of people with physical and neurological disabilities by offering programs to improve the quality of life emotionally, socially, and physically.
Life Talk is a non-profit resource center providing medical support, Christ-centered counseling and education regarding life affirming choices. All our services are free to the client. They offer pregnancy tests, limited ultrasound and sexually transmitted disease testing. They counsel for life and umplanned pregnancies. They counsel for the option of parenting the child, or parenting through adoption. They do not offer abortion as an alternative, nor will they give any referral to an abortion facility. Life Talk also offers a variety of bible studies. One of their most attended studies is the post-abortive bible study "Surrendering the Secret."
Sound Word Ministries delivers the same Good News, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in a variety of manner throughout the country. Rugged men's retreats, musical concerts & storytelling, powerful preaching from the pulpit, business meetings, or intimate settings lend the opportunity to share the love of Christ.
His Children (Sus Hijos) is a registered NGO (nonprofit / 501 C-3) created to help children and adolescents in the government and private orphanages in El Salvador. We implement projects to reunite families and show them the love and grace of God. We provide humanitarian aid to communities, families and the people of El Salvador through projects and activities.
Andrew and Sheryl Conrad live in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico, and have lived and ministered in Mexico for the past 35 years. They disciple men and women that are coming out of a life of Chemical dependency, as well as, teach believers how to share the gospel through story telling.
The Conrads serve with a mission sending organization called, World Indigenous Missions (WIM), located in New Braunfels, Texas.
The goal for WIM as a mission agency is to plant churches or works that will stand after the missionary has left. In order to do this strong national leadership must be in place. Strong leadership is developed according to the model begun by Christ, mentoring. Mentoring is developing covenant relationships with people and imparting life-lived truths on which a foundation for life and ministry can be based. This value is at the heart of our training both for new missionaries and national leaders.
The Caudles serve in Taiwan through YWAM in an effort to join the Kingdom's expansion in Southeast Asia. They have been involved in discipleship training schools with YWAM and have also done church planting in Taiwan. They believe that "God has a call on our lives to evangelize, disciple, and send more missionaries into the unreached people groups of the world.