Mission

Mission
Bridges of Love Northwest
Bridges of Love NW is one of our local mission partners. We have shared in seeing many move out of lives of hopelessness into lives with jobs and new directions. In addition to providing for physical needs, they work to help clients look at their need for a relationship with Christ. 
CareNet
Christ Community Church partners with CareNet locally to support women in crisis pregnancy. They provide life-saving options for unborn children and support to the mothers through the love of Christ. We are so thankful to partner with them in this front-line ministry to our community.
 
Olive Crest
Olive Crest partners with Christ Community Church in the beautifully messy work of caring for vulnerable children by supporting foster families, birth families and the children loved by both. Their visitation program is growing by leaps and bounds, as they continue to serve in Pierce, Kitsap, Thurston and King Counties. 
 
Gateway Medical Alliance
Gateway, another local partner, is making an impact around the world by supplying medical supplies and equipment to those in need. 
Mission Aviation Fellowship
Chad & Jamie Dimon are MAF missionaries in the Democratic of Congo (DRC) where they help provide accessibility to people in remote locations through the use of small aircraft, making it possible to provide physical and spiritual support.  
Trinity Aviation
Trinity Aviation Academy was founded for one purpose: to provide an environment where exceptional missionary pilots/mechanics are trained, developed and sent out into the Mission Field to competently and professionally do the job God has called them to do. 
 
Kairos Prison Ministry International
The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ
to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women and youth, as well as their families,
to become loving and productive citizens of their communities. ” I was in prison and you visited me” –Matthew 25:36
 
Josiah Venture
This is the vision of Josiah Venture, a vision for a movement of God among the youth of Central and Eastern Europe that finds its home in the local church and transforms society. Our mission and calling is to equip young leaders to fulfill Christ’s commission by reaching and making disciples. More than just conversion, we want to see passionate followers of Jesus Christ, with a vision to reach and disciple their generation for Him.
Kristi Tenclay
NAB has been working in the country of Cameroon since the 1930’s. We helped birth the Cameroon Baptist Convention that now has over 1,000 churches, two seminaries, 68 primary schools and six hospitals, along with 52 health centers. The primary focus of our work with the CBC is in advanced Medical training, Theological Education and Missionary Children Education.
Jane’s House
When in India, Tony and Jane target the poor and neglected people, better known as the Dalits or untouchables. The untouchables are neglected by the government, employers, and higher castes. They truly are the poorest of the poor, usually working in the rice fields for the equivalent of one American dollar per day. They live in small homes consisting of mud, sticks, and leaves. Their feet are their only means for transportation. They have no ovens for cooking, no refrigerators, no lights, and no physicians to care for them. They live a hard life and most of them will die without hearing the message of Jesus Christ.
When team members enter a village to share their testimonies and present a clear gospel message, the results are phenomenal. Since 2001 over 600,000 people have received Jesus Christ, knowing that coming to Christ includes forsaking all other gods. On average, for every person who steps out in faith on a ten-day mission trip, 200 people will make a profession of faith in Christ Jesus.