CBC exists to build up believers and invite other to recieve Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. We support missionaries all around the world who seek to fulfill both of these mandates. This is not an exhaustive list, as some of our missionaries must carry out their work in secrecy, due to hostile political environments of the mission field. Please continue to pray for these "Unknown" missionaries. Page down to view more of our missionaries.
Dan and Casi Brown with Abbi, Ryli and Landon
Reaching out with the love of Christ.
Location: Rifu, Japan
Contact: www.brownsinjapan.com or
Our journey started in 2010. We had just recently had our first daughter, Abbi, and were happily serving and working at our local church. Things were well and comfortable, but they were about to change.
As we had been in God's Word and spending time in prayer together, we had a burden to get out of the bondage of debt. We wanted to live as simply as possible so that we may be able to use more of our resources to advance the Kingdom of God. We sold a car and our home, and paid off all our debt.
Through these steps we were free of debt and had nothing holding us back. We had been growing in the Word and were ready for cross-cultural work overseas. As we prayed for God to show us where He wanted us, God said stay. This did not make sense to us, as we were struggling with the leadership at our local church, but we just trusted God and His plan. In March of 2011 our local church went through a very difficult time and it was clear of why God had us stay. We were a source of consistency and encouragement through that time.
In May 2011 God blessed us with our second daughter, Ryli. A month after she was born, we started praying about a country to adopt from. After about a month of praying God had answered our prayer in a way that would turn our lives upside down. Casi had felt like it was a country in Asia. Dan was thinking more specifically Japan, BUTâ€¦he added, "the burden is not to adopt a child, it is go." We knew the call was to move and go make disciples in Japan.
So this is where we find ourselves today. We on the mission field in Japan, working with SIM. Our heart is broken for Japan. There are 127 million people and less than 1% are evangelical. They need the hope of Jesus Christ. We are excited to see His Kingdom be built among the people of Japan. Together with you, we can reach this nation.
Camille Cassin, Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center
Location: San Diego
Contact: www.mmpregancy.com or
Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center is a 501(c)(3) faith-based, non profit organization whose mission is to provide hope, help, and healing to women facing an unplanned pregnancy, and offer alternatives to abortion. Our goal is to speak the truth in love while sharing our faith with those in need.
We are a licensed medical clinic and our services include pregnancy testing, counseling, limited ultrasounds, parenting education classes, post-abortion counseling and abstinence education presentations. All of our serves are free and available to anyone in the community.
For More information, call 858-457-7800
Rich and Cindy Robinson, Navigators, Military Ministry
Ministry: My current role is Associate Director for the US Military Ministry. My primary responsibilities now include helping lead the US Military Ministry, sharing the responsibilities for overseeing, leading ,stewarding, shepherding the Vision, Mission, Values and Strategy, the staff, and field and administrative ministries of our work. My regional oversight includes the Pacific Southwest, Northwest, and Pacific Regions-Hawaii, Okinawa, and Korea.
Tom Short, Tom Short Campus Ministries
Location: America, Europe an Southeast Asia
Ministry: Tom is a campus evangelist, church equipper, and ministry trainer. Beginning in the 1970s, he has been to over 100 college campuses and works with over 30 churches worldwide, primarily within the Great Commissions Churches network. Tom is also involved internationally with evangelism and training workers in Europe and Asia.
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