Life on Mission Sunday
Sunday, November 20
Life on Mission Sunday
Theme: Here am I, Send Me! (Isaiah 6:8)
Sunday Morning – Missions Expo
Sunday Evening – At Sango Campus (225 Little Hope Road)
4pm – Chili Drop Off (register above)
5pm – Chili Cook-Off Begins
5:45 – Local Mission Partner Panel
6:30 – National & International Mission Partner Panel
Pickup a Bag & List and return by November 20.
WHAT IS A LIFE ON MISSION?
“GO and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”
Living Hope desires to reach our community with the gospel of Jesus Christ, not only proclaimed by our words, but also demonstrated through our lives. Whenever people experience genuine love through Christ-like service, they become much more receptive to the gospel. In this regard, we partner with other churches and like-minded organizations to serve our community more effectively and advance the gospel. This is a Life on Mission.
Praying for our Mission Partners and for opportunities to share the Gospel. Giving of our time, talents, and resources for God’s glory.
Going and making Disciples of Jesus Christ.
We desire to engage, equip, and empower mission teams from Living Hope to support our partners throughout the world.
Are you ready to Live on Mission?
Signup to get involved…
Mission opportunities in 2023
Winter 2022-2023 Manna Cafe Emergency Warming Center
Spring & Fall Mobile Food Pantry
March 24-26 Indianapolis (Realign Conference) //cost $400
June 3-10 Nicaragua (evangelism, construction, kids ministry) // cost $1500
Summer: Habitat for Humanity house build
School Year Good News Clubs with Child Evangelism Fellowship
All Year Serve with our local mission partners
Our Mission Partners
Baptist Collegiate Ministries – APSU
The Austin Peay BCM exists to engage students on campus with the gospel of Jesus Christ, to disciple and invest in students to be leaders who make an impact for Christ on campus, and grow together in friendship as believers in Christ.
Child Evangelism Fellowship
CEF’s purpose is to evangelize boys & girls with the gospel, disciple them in God’s Word, and establish unchurched children into Bible teaching churches for further growth and service. Living Hope Partners with CEF to host GOOD NEWS CLUBS. GNCs are after-school Bible clubs that meet one afternoon each week in the public elementary schools.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes challenges coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Hope Pregnancy Center
Hope Pregnancy Center is a medical pregnancy help center committed to providing accurate information and quality services to women and couples facing an unexpected pregnancy. Each year, over 800 individuals find the hope and help they need by visiting the center.
Manna Café Ministries
Kenny and Vicki York founded Manna Café Ministries in 2008 after years of working with the homeless and poor. Initially, they took donated bread and sweets into a local homeless camp. Manna Café’s methods and programs have expanded over the years, but the mission is still the same: to restore hope, love, and dignity to the broken and downcast.
At YAIPaks everything starts with the extravagant love of Christ. God pursues each one of us to redefine our identity, restore our dignity, and remind us how deeply we are loved. YAI stands for You Are Important. Our homeless friends have been lost and forgotten by the world, but they are important. We are here to extravagantly love them the same way we’ve been loved by God.
City Church Network
City Church Network exists to spread the Gospel and make disciples that reproduce other healthy disciples among peoples and in places where the Gospel has not yet been preached while catalyzing and encouraging disciples and teams to accomplish their assigned kingdom tasks both locally and abroad by enabling the pioneering of new work.
Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Since 1992, Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, Tennessee has partnered with more than 100 qualified low-income families and individuals to revitalize neighborhoods throughout Clarksville-Montgomery County through new home construction. We have also partnered with more than 60 families in different countries across the globe through our annual tithe.
Living Faith Church – Indianapolis
Living Faith Church is a church plant in downtown Indianapolis, serving as part of the North American Missions Board’s Send Indianapolis Campaign to plant churches across Indianapolis. The casual, yet missional atmosphere welcomes discussion after the service to continue building relationships.
Missions Voice Network – India
Mission Voice Network is a powerful evangelistic and church planting ministry targeting the people of India. The mission of this ministry is to raise up indigenous missionaries to share Christ and start churches in the unreached villages of India. National missionaries are supported and trained through financial, prayer, and mission team support.
Ethnos360 is an international, evangelical faith-based mission with the vision of presenting the Gospel to unreached people groups and desiring to see a thriving church for all people. Ethnos360 Aviation is the aviation department of Ethnos360. Ethnos360 Aviation supplies aviation support to reach unreached people groups in some of the most remote places on earth. They provide aviation transportation for church planting teams, missionaries, medical evacuations, and disaster relief.
Chosen Children Ministries – Nicaragua
CCM serves in dozens of barrio communities near Managua and Leon, Nicaragua. The barrio’s are usually located in rural areas where the average income is less than $2/day. Unemployment is often in excess of 80%. Many homes are made of plastic, cardboard, corrugated tin and bed sheets are used to divide their home into small rooms for up to 15 family members. Almost all have dirt floors and are open to the elements. The deepest poverty is a heart without Christ. CCM’s goal is to partner with communities to break the chains of multi-generational physical, emotional and spiritual poverty.