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Celebrate Missions Focus 2020!

November 13, 2021

This past weekend was our annual church-wide Missions Focus Weekend! It was a powerful weekend unpacking the reality that 42% of our world does not have access to the gospel of Jesus Christ. That is a staggering and sobering statistic.

However, when the Church, all over the world, joins together we can make incredible strides in this monumental task! If you missed this weekend’s service, you can watch it here.

Our desire as a missions office is that every person who calls Timberline Church home would recognize and activate their God-given responsibility in missions.

Each of us has a responsibility to do something. The fun part is figuring out what that is. It could be serving locally, nationally or globally by praying, giving and/or going. God uses the giftings He has given each of us in our calling to reach the world.

If you have not gotten a chance to fill out our digital Serving Opportunities Card you can do so here.

This allows you to communicate to our Missions Office what you would like more information about or where you would like to get connected. Opportunities include, but are not limited to:

  • Prayer bands (joining with a couple other people to pray for the 42%)
  • Business as Mission – using your business skills to impact the Kingdom of God right from your home of office
  • U COUNT Campaign
  • Orphan Care
  • Storyteller Team (helping us share our story in missions)
  • Short Term Mission Trip/Virtual Missions Experience
  • Northern Colorado Community Projects
  • Northern Colorado Community Care Kits

So many of you already serve in various ways, faithfully and joyfully! Continue to be the church, the world needs us, and God chooses to use us!

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