On Mission Stories

The Church has not stopped reaching the masses just because of COVID-19. Read these INCREDIBLE stories of the faith community’s mission work, loving of neighbors, and creative solutions during the coronavirus crisis.

#KeepThePositivity

#KeepThePositivity

COVID-19 may be keeping most of Ohio indoors, but that didn’t stop Faith Life Church from thinking outside the box.  “In just 24-hours, we activated our team…We’re willing to put in the overtime to make sure people get what they need.” The result? Operation...

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A Sanctuary for Faith and Food

A Sanctuary for Faith and Food

Driving up to CityLight Church in Toledo, the first thing you might notice is the baptismal tank in the front of the building. It’s not part of a new social-distancing baptism scheme, but part of CityLight’s response to the needs the coronavirus pandemic has...

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Reaching the Nations Starts at Home

Reaching the Nations Starts at Home

“We believe our kids are going to change the world. They’re tough. They’re adaptable. They aren’t scared.” His words sound a lot like a proud papa bragging on his kiddos. Actually, Aaron Starr is Executive Director of Reaching the Nations International (RTNI), a...

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Team Work Makes the Dream Center Work

Team Work Makes the Dream Center Work

There’s no “I” in “team.” There isn’t one in “dream,” either. And making the Columbus Dream Center a reality has definitely been a team effort. It all began with a meeting of the minds between the Campbells and the Fishers. Chad and Katie Fisher lead Rock City Church...

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Heal the Root to Harvest the Fruit

Heal the Root to Harvest the Fruit

Raised in poverty by a single mom and having grown up around addictions, Joshua Shortridge has first-hand experience living Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.Through God’s grace and some helpful nonprofits, he was able to get stability. “Once I became a Christian, I...

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No Good Deed Goes Unnoticed

No Good Deed Goes Unnoticed

Coronavirus is infectious. So is kindness. Senator Roegner and her family caught the "bug" out delivering groceries in Hudson for Christ Community Chapel. Inside each bag was a little message sharing God’s love. “Just seeing their eyes light up with joy, we thought,...

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