To the ends of the earth…through planting churches!
As Jesus was sent by the Father, he sends his followers into the world (Jn. 20.21, Mt. 28.19-20). As part of that calling, we are actively engaged in mission and church planting right here at home and also in places outside of the immediate reach of Remedy Church.
One of our Remedy families lives in Southeast Asia as part of a team whose purpose is to spread the gospel and plant churches among an unreached people group, most of whom have little access to the gospel. They are involved in a variety of things, including development, healthcare, and training local workers, using legitimate business and humanitarian ventures for the purpose of mission.
One of our Remedy families lives in East Asia as part of a team who equips incoming workers for their tasks and lives in a new country. Part of their work includes language and cultural acquisition, along with living their daily lives with missional purposes.
Want to get involved?
For security reasons we can’t put a lot of details in writing, but if you’d like to know more about the work in East or Southeast Asia, please let us know. That’s a great conversation over a cup of coffee! In the meantime, there are several ways you can partner with us and these families:
A portion of our regular budget goes toward the work in East and Southeast Asia, so every time you give you are giving to the work! You can also give additional funds directly toward the work or to help scholarship one of our short-term teams.
We send teams periodically to encourage our workers and participate in the work on the ground. You may also feel like the Lord is leading you toward a longer stint as part of a team.
Email Bryan Wooten to talk more about going.
One of the most significant parts of the work is asking the Lord to open doors to the gospel and open spiritually blind eyes to see (2 Cor. 4.4-6). You can pick up prayer cards for our workers from the Connection and Resources table on a Sunday or join their individual prayer teams.
Email Bryan Wooten to join one of their prayer teams.