Our Current Work

Messiah Missions International follows a clear global mandate, “Go and make disciples of all the nations” (Matthew 28:18-20), as well as a local mandate, “You shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” (Acts 1:8).

It is Messiah Missions’ calling to come alongside indigenous pastors, evangelists and church
planters working in 10/40 widows like India, Pakistan, and other regions as needed, supporting and empowering
them for more effective ministry within their own community and culture.

Messiah Missions strives to form culturally relevant church plants comprised of maturing disciples of Jesus Christ who will evangelize and reproduce themselves within their own cultures and across cultural boundaries (2 Timothy 2:2) and call believers to the deeper work of God in the human heart of being cleansed from all sin and filled with the Holy Spirit by faith (1 Thessalonians 4:3).

Messiah Missions shares the heart of God for the cause of drawing sinners to the provider of salvation, Christ Jesus. We hold to the biblical mandate of evangelism first combined with compassion for the poor. Through partnership, Christians with plenty have the privilege of wisely helping missionaries, pastors and evangelist preach, teach and care for the needy in the most destitute places of the world.

How We Carry Out Our Mission

We believe that Christians must move from being missional (living a life that brings people into a relationship with Christ), to be incarnational (adding a discipleship factor to daily living). This means we strive to support pastors, evangelists and leaders who pursue a missionary work staying in the places where God has called them to work, rather than just visiting for a short time.

In an expression of the diversity/unity principle of the universal Body of Christ, Messiah Missions facilitates cross-cultural partnerships between the Church of more fortunate means, to help impoverished national missionaries in developing nations.

We extend our hand of fellowship to other Christians, inviting them to share in this vision through faithful stewardship of prayer, training, discipling, and giving.

Four Pillars of Our Work

EVANGELISM: We partner with men and women who dedicate their lives to bring the world to Christ and minister through preaching, teaching, and healing ministries.

DISCIPLESHIP: We raise up and equip indigenous leaders to fulfill their ministry as well as establish permanent and self-sustaining missions outreaches.

FELLOWSHIP: We pray, develop and cultivate unity among established missions of all fields. The openness of our mission’s vision to include those beyond our own membership, enlarges and enriches our world mission’s perspective and allows Messiah Missions to be a part in the missions efforts of other local churches world-wide.

SERVICE: We assist the needy in the served areas, with physical and spiritual support as well as serve the orphans and widows by providing practical support in their pursue of a way of life.