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“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…” – Matthew 28:19

What Does MCN Do?

Identify

specific mission opportunities

Identify

MCN identifies international long-term mission opportunities for intentional Gospel proclamation with local Christian communities.

Connect

opportunities to individuals

Connect

MCN connects the identified mission opportunities to individuals, congregations or other groups for short- mid- or long-term involvement.

Train

all teams or individuals

Train

MCN offers an intensive training regimen, conducted by experienced former missionaries, for all teams or individuals placed through Mission of Christ Network.

Support

trip and in-field missions

Support

MCN directly provides or makes available all required trip and in-field support for teams and individuals that are placed under the Mission of Christ Network.

Disciple

intentional Gospel proclamation

Disciple

MCN assists the individuals, congregations and groups placed under its Network in developing pre- and post-discipleship programs and opportunities

Are you looking for full time overseas Intentional Gospel Proclamation work? Are you looking for short term mission trip opportunities for your church or organization?

Are you looking for qualified, vetted, and trained mission opportunities to help fund? We have active projects seeking your help now.

A Note From Our Executive Director

Mission of Christ Network (“MCN”) is a Christian outreach organization that is devoted to making it possible for non-professional church workers to effectively work internationally in God’s mission.

MCN’s two overarching focuses are:

  • Enabling congregations to do international short-term mission work. This is accomplished through the Cornerstone Congregations mentoring program.
  • Facilitating individuals to do long-term international mission work. This is the task of recruiting, training, sending and supporting Mission Partners.

MCN is committed to education and training to ensure intentional Gospel proclamation in ways that are clear, especially when working cross-culturally, in order that the Spirit might have free course to work in the hearts of those who don’t trust in Jesus as their Savior.

The father of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther, once said that “whatever remains of your life, live as those sent by Christ (for) it is the office of everyone to instruct (their) neighbor . . . and this power is given to all believers. When you have performed this highest work, seek to become Christ’s apostle, to serve all people, so that they may come unto God as you have.”

I would like to invite you to support and pray for our Mission Partners; to talk to your congregation about short-term mission work or contact me if you are interested in being a part of cross-cultural ministry.

In Christ,

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