The glory of God in the gospel of Jesus Christ, manifested in the church around the world
Grace Bible Church is committed to missions. Missions exist to make the glory of God known through the preaching of the gospel and the formation of churches all around the world. These missions priorities are reflected in the people we send and the tasks we send them to do. To better understand our commitment to and understanding of missions please listen to our missions sermon series.
Papua New Guinea
Grace Bible Church has committed ourselves to the families from our church who have traveled to the remote Finisterre Mountains of Papua New Guinea: the Canns, and the Lehmans. Sent in 2014, these families are a precious part of the GBC body to whom we are completely committed to support. Joining the team in 2018 are the Mitchells and Amelia Brink. We also support and some of our pastors take an active role in leadership of Finisterre Vision, the missions agency supporting our families serving in Papua New Guinea. To find out more and support our team, visit Finisterre Vision.
PRAY FOR EVANGELISM IN MAWERORO VILLAGE
Let’s provide 24 hour prayer coverage as the Word of God is presented in the nDo language for the first time. Sign up for one or more 15-minute blocks of time on the Finisterre Vision website.
In addition, we support Massimo Mollica and his family as they conduct their missionary work in Italy. To find out more and support Massimo & Susanna, visit https://www.gracechurch.org/mollica.
Weymann Lee, who has served for years as a pastor, has committed himself to the training of pastors around the world. Weymann is a valuable part of our church, and we wholly support him and his missions. To find out more and support Weymann & Helen, visit With Wings Like Eagles.
Find Out More
To find out more about each of the families visit their blogs linked below.
How to Support PNG Mission Teams
You can give a tax-deductible gift to support the task of taking the gospel, the Bible, and the church to peoples in the Finisterre Region of Papua New Guinea. Here is how you can give to any of the families or to the whole team from Grace Bible Church.
Send a Check by Mail
Please make your check payable to Finisterre Vision. On your envelope please indicate “Cann”, “Lehman”, “Mitchell”, “Brink”, or “GBC Team PNG”. You can pick up PNG giving envelopes at the PNG table. Checks can be mailed to:
P.O. Box 3752
Gilbert, AZ 85299
You can donate one-time or monthly gifts electronically by visiting each individual families blog and following the instructions. You can also give electronically directly through Finisterre Vision’s website.
Give on Sunday Morning
Donate one-time or monthly gifts by placing a check in a PNG giving envelope and placing it in the box at the PNG table. Please make your check payable to Finisterre Vision. On the envelope, please indicate “Cann”, “Lehman”, “Mitchell”, “Brink”, or “GBC Team PNG”.
Did you know you can support TEAM PNG just by linking your Fry’s VIP Card through their Community Rewards Program? Enroll today and they will receive your rewards! There is no cost to you and just by linking your VIP card, you can make a HUGE impact!
To enroll, please visit Fry’s Rewards Program. Even if you have enrolled before, you may have to re-enroll for TEAM PNG to continue to receive rewards. Under Find Your Organization: Enter the NPO number: 80544 and then select ‘search’. Under Select Your Organization: Select box next to your organization (University Bible Church).
The Amazon Smile program allows anyone to send a small percentage (0.5%) of their eligible Amazon purchases to a non-profit organization. Grace Bible Church has set up an account for the PNG team. If you buy things on Amazon, please use the link below to sign up to support them.
To sign up, simply click on Amazon Smile and sign in with your Amazon account. It will connect you to the legal name Grace Bible Church, “University Bible Church”. If you purchase Amazon goods through Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to the PNG team. It’s a small amount, but it’s another small way to raise funds without any extra costs.