Global

To engage the disadvantaged and the lost, both near and far, meeting them in their world with God’s love and message of hope.

Upcoming GO! Trips

  • India 2017

    India 2017

    Location: India

    Ministry Partner: Central India Christian Mission

    Date: March 15-25, 2017

    Estimated* Cost: $2700

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: This trip could have multiple teams focusing on: Medical clinics, VBS with Children, and Entrepreneur training.
    Registration Deadline: October 30 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact Chris Cesnik

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

  • Sierra Leone 2017

    Sierra Leone 2017

    Location: Freetown, Sierra Leone

    Ministry Partner: The Bombali School for the blind

    Date: October

    Estimated* Cost: $3500

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: The Creek has been sending teams to Sierra Leone since 2009 focusing in three primary areas. The Bombali School for the Blind seeks to meet the temporal and spiritual needs of the students and staff while striving to become fully sustainable. In a partnership with James Goff, The Creek sends a group to fit local amputees in Makeni with custom prosthetics. It is our vision to use these opportunities to create disciples and plant a church in Makeni.
    Registration Deadline: October 30 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact Chris Cesnik

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Dearborn 2017

    Dearborn 2017

    Location: Dearborn, MI

    Date:  Late Spring 2017

    Estimated Cost: $500

    Includes: Lodging, supplies, and meals

    Does Not Include: Meals while enroute.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Trip Focus: Dearborn, MI is home to the largest population of Arab Muslims in the United States. While we are there we will learn about Arabic and Islamic culture and how to develop relationships with Muslims. We will learn about common teaching between Islam and Christianity and how we can use our common beliefs to share about a relationship with Jesus. The purpose of this trip is to learn while we are there for the purpose of forming relationships with Muslims here in Indianapolis.

    Registration Deadline: October 30 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact ChrisCesnik@TheCreek.org 

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Austria 2017

    Austria 2017

    Location: Vienna, Austria

    Ministry Partner: TCM

    Dates: April 16-28 & September 10-22, 2017

    Estimated* Cost: $1500

    Includes: Airfare, food lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: TCMI offers seminary education near Vienna, Austria to pastors from persecuted and underprivileged nations. We assist with housekeeping, food preparation, house and grounds, and hosts for the adult students.
    Registration Deadline: October 30 & April 9 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact ChrisCesnik@TheCreek.org 

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Haiti 2017

    Haiti 2017

    Location: Grand Goåve, Haiti

    Ministry Partner: Lifeline Christian Mission - Lifeline.org

    Date: June 15-24, 2017

    Estimated* Cost: $2100

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: A trip to Haiti includes numerous transformational experiences. The first part of our trip will include building homes in the Deuxéme Plaine (DP) community for families that Lifeline has found in need. We will have the opportunity to walk through the villages of DP, Laregal, and Grand Goåve with the pastors of the churches in those communities praying for families. Many other activities are possible such as praying for and giving gifts new mothers and/or observing health clinics and providing clothes and shoes for kids.
    Registration Deadline: January 22 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact ChrisCesnik@TheCreek.org 

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Zambia 2017

    Zambia 2017

    Location: Lusaka, Zambia

    Ministry Partner: Kid's Alive

    Date: June 8-22, 2017

    Estimated* Cost: $3500

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, supplies, international insurance, visa

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: Bart Heldman

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: Orphans abound in Zambia where the life span is less than forty years. You will see a diverse set of living conditions from working in the capital city of Lusaka to the small town on edge of the flood plain, Mongu, to a primitive village. We will be focusing on technology projects, Vacation Bible School, and other opportunities connected with children's homes through Kids Alive. 
    Registration Deadline: December 31 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact ChrisCesnik@TheCreek.org 

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Cambodia 2017

    Cambodia 2017

    Location: Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Ministry Partner: Rapha House

    Date: July 3-14, 2017

    Estimated* Cost: $3200

    Includes: Lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: Rapha House is a ministry that rescues, equips and reintegrates girls from Human Trafficking.  Rapha was started in 2003 and since then has built several safe houses around the world in locations where the need is great.  They are currently looking at areas of the world where they can grow their ministry.  The reintegration process includes giving the girls vocational training in order to help them become self-supportive.  Some of these specialized skills are in the areas of sewing/tailoring, cosmetology, agriculture, jewelry making, retail and more. We develop relationships, encourage, and lead spiritual conversations with young girls rescued from human trafficking. 
    Registration Deadline: January 22 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact ChrisCesnik@TheCreek.org 

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Kenya - October 2017

    Kenya - October 2017

    Location: Nairobi, Kenya

    Ministry Partner: CMF/MOHI

    Date: September 28 - October 8

    Estimated* Cost: $3500

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: We have adopted a "neighborhood" called Korogocho Grogon in the Mathare Valley slumof Nairobi, Kenya. The Mathare Valley is one of the largest slums in the world. During our trips we will work alongside of a school, church and community center we have helped establish. We spend time with children, work alongside social workers in the community, and encourage missionaries and native Kenyans by building relationships.
    Registration Deadline: April 9 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact Chris Cesnik

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

  • Cancun/Puerto Morelos 2017

    Cancun/Puerto Morelos 2017

    Location: Puerto Morelos, Mexico

    Ministry Partner: 

    Date: October 7-14

    Estimated* Cost: $1600

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, supplies, international insurance

    Does Not Include: Passport fees and vaccinations.
    *Airfare is subject to change until flights are ticketed.

    Team Leader: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: We partner with the local church to build homes with families. We engage the entire community through prayer, activities for children, and sports outreaches. Open to families age 12+. 
    Registration Deadline: April 9 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact Chris Cesnik

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

  • Arizona 2017

    Arizona 2017

    Location: Winslow, Arizona

    Ministry Partner: Lifeline Christian Mission - Lifeline.org

    Date: October 14-21, 2016

    Estimated* Cost: $1200

    Includes: Airfare, lodging, and supplies

    Team Leaders: TBD

    Contact if you have questions like:
    Were you nervous/scared? Was the food awful/what did you eat? Was it hard to navigate a non-english speaking country? Was it hard to fundraise?

    Trip Focus: Navajo Trails is a ministry of Lifeline Christian Mission in Winslow, Arizona serving the Navajo people.  Navajo County is one of the poorest counties in the nation.  Navajo Trails consists of mission work, which includes a school (Red Sands Christian School), two churches, outreach ministries, a child sponsorship program and mission trip opportunities.  They hope to reach out to this community through these different ministries and allow God to work through them to reach the Navajo people.
    Registration Deadline: April 9 - Application and 10% deposit is due.

    Questions? Please contact ChrisCesnik@TheCreek.org 

    If you would like to donate to the trip, click here

    Trip Documents:

    Download GO! Mission Trip Application 

    GO! Support Raising Guide - learn about fundraising policies and ideas to get you started.

    GO! Sample Trip Support Letter to send to family and friends.

    GO! Donor Support Form accompanies support letter and donors submit with their donations for tax deductible purposes.

     

  • Managed Missions Login

    Managed Missions Login

    Click here to access the Managed Missions website. This is for Short Term Mission team members only. Contact Chris Cesnik for access.

 Pray for our Global Outreach Partners

  • Rapha House – Cambodia

    Rapha House – Cambodia

    Rapha House is a ministry that rescues, equips and reintegrates girls from Human Trafficking. Rapha was started in 2003 and since then has built several safe houses around the world in locations where the need is great.  They are currently looking at areas of the world where they can grow their ministry.  The reintegration process includes giving the girls vocational training in order to help them become self-supportive.  Some of these specialized skills are in the areas of sewing/tailoring, cosmetology, agriculture, jewelry making, retail and more.

  • CMF International – Missions of Hope: Korogocho Grogon

    CMF International – Missions of Hope: Korogocho Grogon

    A mission of Hope International (MOHI) works in the Mathare slums of Nairobi, Kenya. Their focus is to share the love of Jesus Christ by bringing holistic, sustainable, and long term solutions to the people of Mathare. The Creek has adopted community “Korogon Grocho” to be a blessing in assisting the ongoing ministry of the community center, church, and school.

  • Lifeline Christian Mission - Haiti

    Lifeline Christian Mission - Haiti

    Lifeline and The Creek have been partners since the earthquake in 2010.  Through this partnership, The Creek has “adopted” the community of Duexieme Plaine to build homes; pray with church members; distribute food, clothing, gifts; and provide medical programs. They also hand out baby items to new moms, serve food to children, and help in a clinic. The Creek also helps fund special projects and needs, and hosted a 24 hour food packing event.

    Our next trip is scheduled for June 25 - July 4

  • FAME – Medical Missionaries

    FAME – Medical Missionaries

    FAME aids international missionaries and indigenous churches with medical projects that promote continued sustainability. FAME distributes millions of dollars annually in medicines and supplies to equip the doctors, nurses, and missionaries in the field to extend the touch of the Great Physician as they provide life-saving and life-sustaining medical care. They mobilize short term mission trips to allow participants to experience ministry first hand as they see, touch, and come into contact with “the least of these.” To encourage sustainability, mission teams combine teaching and training to help nationals continue providing medical treatment.

  • Restoration House Ministries – New England, USA

    Restoration House Ministries – New England, USA

    Dan Clymer is the Executive Director of Restoration House Ministries, which is a church planting ministry in the New England area.  Currently, Restoration House has planted 14 churches in the New England area, and is planning to continue planting churches in that region.  Dan has also been a professor at Lincoln Christian College for 24 years.

  • Christian Holyland Foundation – Israel

    Christian Holyland Foundation – Israel

    The purpose of Christian HolyLand Foundation is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the Holy Land and its surrounding areas, and to establish and maintain a base of operations from which churches patterned after the New Testament order may be started.  With so much political and religious unrest in Israel, CHLF is determined to bridge gaps between these political and religious barriers.  CHLF is non-political--they are neither Zionists nor anti-Israel--and they provide education to Americans about the struggles and opportunities within the Arab-Israeli community.  There are six couples who serve with CHLF in Israel, as well as John Samples who is the American Team Leader.

  • Sierra Leone Project – Africa

    Sierra Leone Project – Africa

    The Creek has been sending teams to Sierra Leone since 2009 focusing in three primary areas. The Bombali School for the Blind seeks to meet the temporal and spiritual needs of the students and staff while striving to become fully sustainable. In a partnership with James Goff, The Creek sends a group to fit local amputees in Makeni with custom prosthetics. It is our vision to use these opportunities to create disciples and plant a church in Makeni.

  • Central India Christian Mission – India

    Central India Christian Mission – India

    Central India Christian Mission is a ministry that began in 1982. The Creek partners with CICM through the Central India Bible Academy (CIBA), their orphanage in Damoh, Bal Bhavon, and their program called Aatma Vikas. CICM’s childrens ministry provides for more than 600 orphans and at risk children. The child sponsorship program cares for more than 4500 children in need. Aatma Vikas is a technical training program. Students are taught valuable skills such as sewing, carpentry, electrical work, tractor & automobile driving, and small furniture crafting. CIBA provides seminary training. The education these students receive enables community development and equips villagers with training that provides a better income for themselves and their families.

  • Restoration House Ministries, USA - Jordan & Sammy Plumier

    Restoration House Ministries, USA - Jordan & Sammy Plumier

     Jordan, Sammy their daughters Pacey and Averleigh are church planters in Rhode Island.  In 2011 they joined the Southpointe Christian Church team in Warwick, Rhode Island.  Jordan is the Director of Worship and Creative Arts, and Sammy is a stay-at-home mom and involved in ministry.

  • Restoration House Ministries, USA - Josh & Katie Pezold

    Restoration House Ministries, USA - Josh & Katie Pezold

    Josh and Katie have been serving with Restoration House Ministries and BridgePointe Christian Church in Providence, Rhode Island since 2012.  Josh is the Minister over Community and Outreach, and Katie is a teacher.  

  • Kid’s Alive International – Zambia

    Kid’s Alive International – Zambia

    Orphans abound in Zambia where the life span is less than forty years. There are a diverse set of living conditions from working in the capital city of Lusaka to the small town on edge of the flood plain, Mongu, to a primitive village. Kid’s Alive has many different areas of ministry. The purpose of these ministries is to rescue vulnerable children, break the cycle of poverty, provide for spiritual needs and restore communities through technology projects, Vacation Bible School, and other opportunities.

  • Training Christians for Ministry International – Europe & Central Asia

    Training Christians for Ministry International – Europe & Central Asia

    The goal of TCM is to develop international disciple makers who will share the love of Jesus and His gospel with their own people for a lifetime.  Then each will mentor others to become disciple makers as well. Haus Edelweiss offers seminary education near Vienna, Austria to pastors from persecuted and underprivileged nations. We assist with housekeeping, food preparation, house and grounds, and hosts for the adults students. Over 800+ students have graduated from TCM and there are approximately 400 currently enrolled.

  • Lee Ladd - Extended Hand Prison Ministry

    Lee Ladd - Extended Hand Prison Ministry

    Lee has been working with Extended Hand Prison Ministries for many years. He felt the call to this ministry in 1971 seeing the need to minister to those who have been incarcerated. Lee ministers in six institutions on a weekly basis. All together there are 20 chaplains for 25,000 inmates in 32 institutions state-wide. Lee is passionate about working with these men, women, and adolescents and has developed long lasting relationships with many of them

    To donate or volunteer with special projects: leeladdehm@gmail.com

  • Garth Cartledge - One Mission Society

    Garth Cartledge - One Mission Society

    One Mission Society was started 100 years ago and is supported by the gifts and prayers of churches, family and friends. The focus is on intentional evangelism, planting indigenous churches, training national leadership in Bible colleges and seminaries around the world and joining national workers, churches and other ministries to reach the nations for Christ. Garth has many different tasks but primarily he travels to churches to raise awareness and support for OMS workers as well as recruit students to serve with OMS from area Christian Colleges.

     One Mission Society

    To donate or volunteer with special projects: gcartledge@onemissionsociety.org

  • Tony & Julia Hageman - Campus Crusade

    Tony & Julia Hageman - Campus Crusade

    Tony & Julia, along with their children Garrett, Kailee, Paige, Alex and Jack serve in North Carolina. Tony serves as the National Director of Campus Field Ministries in the Mid-South Region. Prior they served at IU's Campus Crusade and in Asia. Tony & Julia invest much of their time with these college students and lead them through the daily challenges of university life.

    Campus Crusade

    To donate or volunteer with special projects: tony.hageman@uscm.org

  • John Gorman - True Freedom Ministries

    John Gorman - True Freedom Ministries

    John has been passionate about working with those who are incarcerated for many years. True Freedom Ministries strives to provide strong, one-on-one mentoring relationships with inmates. The mentor will serve as an accountability partner both inside and outside the prison walls, giving both practical and spiritual guidance to drug addicts and inmates within the Indiana Department of Correction to equip them with the resources and tools they need in order to prevent recidivism. They plan to do this through faith, accountability, and fellowship.

    http://truefreedomministries.org/

    To donate or volunteer with special projects: john@truefreedomministries.org

  • The Gathering - Aaron & Shauna Johnson

    The Gathering - Aaron & Shauna Johnson

    The Gathering is a church that was planted in Chalmette, Lousiana after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005. Aaron is the Director of Community Care at The Gathering and has played a major role in receiving donations, volunteer coordination and renovations of The Gathering’s new building.  He is working with the local police department and doing volunteer work to build relationships with officers.  Shauna stays home with their two daughters Everly and Nora and is active in teaching dance and investing in women at The Gathering.

  • Center for Global Impact – USA

    Center for Global Impact – USA

    The Center for Global Impact (CGI) is located on the south side of Indianapolis, and works in Cambodia. They work with individuals, families, schools, businesses, small-groups and large organizations offering unique opportunities to engage global issues. They have several initiatives in Cambodia in which they are empowering those in danger of being sold into human trafficking to work, in order to be self-supportive.  Some of these initiatives include a culinary school, a restaurant and a project to make gowns for weddings, proms, etc.

  • Christian International School of Prague - Abbey Flaherty

    Christian International School of Prague - Abbey Flaherty

     

    Abbey is serving at the Christian International School of Prague in the Czech Republic as an ELL and ELL Bible teacher.  ELL is a program for students in which English is not their first language, often it is their third or fourth.  ELL Bible is a newer course which involves meeting with students that have no biblical background and teaching them the foundational truths of Scripture.  CISP meets the academic needs of missionary kids, children of international businessmen and women and local Czech families as well by providing a biblical education in English. 

     

  • Stadia Movement Church - Josh Tandy

    Stadia Movement Church - Josh Tandy

    Josh is planting churches through Stadia. They intend to capture those people who “aren’t looking for an expression of church that already exists”. This slightly different church will provide a means for people to live in community through small groups, serving teams, discipleship through apprenticeship and partnership with other churches.

  • Seokin & Esther Payne – II Timothy 2:2 Ministry, Liberia

    Seokin & Esther Payne – II Timothy 2:2 Ministry, Liberia

    Seokin has returned to Liberia after serving in the US for many years with Restoration House Ministries.  The goal of the II Timothy 2:2 Ministry is to provide the highest quality Christian leadership education to Liberian Church leaders using the Scriptures.  Following the war in Liberia, many religions are trying to establish themselves as the official religion for Liberia.  II Timothy 2:2 Ministry exists to train leaders who will inspire others, and will grow new teams of Christian leaders.

  • Brea P - Avant Ministries, Spain

    Brea P - Avant Ministries, Spain

    Brea is serving in Spain with Avant Ministries, using creative media as a way to reach out to the unreached and plant churches. The media center in southern Spain is focused on planting churches in Spain as well as North Africa using creative media through film, bible study chat rooms, online initiatives and many other facets.

  • Team Expansion – Perea, USA

    Team Expansion – Perea, USA

    This partnership with The Creek is very unique in that it allows us to pray for and learn more about the Islamic community.  Through this program, people from The Creek are able to go into heavily populated Muslim communities and pray over different areas through a prayer walk.  Also, this partnership will allow us to educate people about Islam and how to relate to Muslims therefore making it easier to communicate.

Global Outreach (GO!) Core Beliefs

  • God loves every person and seeks to redeem those who are separated from Him.
  • God has commanded His followers to go into the entire world with a message of redemption; accompanied by acts of humility, compassion, and justice.
  • God has a special affection for the “least of these” and bringing hope to those who have been marginalized by poverty, war, and prejudice.

GO! Ministry Philosophy

  • Based upon a model of community development and biblical discipleship.
    • Initiatives and partnerships are targeted which empower people in hopes of creating sustainable methods to address their spiritual and physical needs.
    • Opportunities to serve in local compassion initiatives and on short-term cross-cultural trips provide a catalyst for transforming the hearts, minds, and lives of Christ-followers.
  • Our emphasis is on The Creek’s ability to develop lasting relationships with specific tribes, villages, and individuals in partner areas.

GO! Support Standards

With a mind to being strategic, influential, and impacting in alignment with our core beliefs and philosophies we financially partner with missionaries and/or organizations on the basis of the following criteria:

  • “Home-grown” missionaries from The Creek who are responding to God’s call to “Go” are given special consideration.
  • Organizations employing unique, effective, wholistic ministry models in strategic areas are targeted for future partnerships.
  • Opportunities for individual participation and/or short-term trips that foster long-term relationships are critical to our purposes.
  • Theological/doctrinal congruency with the Christian Church (Restoration Movement) is essential for the sake of planting churches in effected communities.

Reference material:

Toxic Charity, by Bob Lupton

When Helping Hurts by Corbett and Fikkert

Serving with Eyes Wide Open, by David Livermore

Service Times

Saturdays: 4:00P.M. & 5:30P.M.
Sundays: 9:15A.M. & 11:00A.M.

Office Hours

Mon - Thu: 8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
Fridays: 8:00A.M. - 1:00P.M.

Contact

P: 317.862.6430
F: 317.862.2185

6430 S Franklin Rd. (MAP)
Indianapolis, IN  USA 46259

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