Imago Dei’s mission partners are an invaluable asset in our mission to glorify God by making disciples of Jesus Christ. We thank God for all of our mission partners and we are committed to providing long-term support and care to our partners.
Imago Dei is committed to a careful and prayerful consideration of new mission partners. We believe that the best stewardship of Imago Dei’s resources is to support missions work that:
- Is aligned with our mission and values as a church;
- Is theologically and ethically sound, and;
- Has a high probability of success.
Veritas Church: A church plant in Fayetteville, NC led by pastor John Murphy.
Redeemer Church: A church plant in McKinney, TX led by pastor Mike McCullough.
To Every Tribe: To Every Tribe exists to extend the worship of Christ among all peoples by mobilizing the church, training disciplemakers, and sending missionary teams to plant churches among the unreached.
Training Leaders International: Training Leaders International mentors and sends pastors, seminary professors and graduate students to bring theological education around the world through short-term trips, long-term sending and school planting.
Kyle and Carrie Wiley (NEXT Worldwide): NEXT Worldwide takes a three-prong approach to missions: church planting, student mobilization, and leadership / discipleship training. Through these three avenues, NEXT is able to put students, pastors and groups with churches around the globe to share the gospel and be trained to lead for Christ.
Bruce and Denise Kendrick (Embrace Texas): Embrace equips the church to care for orphans and waiting children.
John and Jessie Cheng (GAiN): Global Aid Network’s (GAiN) whole purpose is to give and provide sustainability to the world’s most poor so they have more. MORE water, MORE food, and MORE employment for every man, woman, and child.
Joanna Parham (Crossover): Crossover team is solving the problem by planting multiplying churches thus providing Gospel access to these unreached people groups. Crossover hopes to plant 2000 churches by 2020 in the least reached areas of the world.