“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.  Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people……….”     Galatians 6:9-10

Cory and Angie Williamson in Ica Peru

They continue to minister to the youth teaching them about Jesus Christ hoping to break the cultural teaching of pagan gods that are followed in that part of the world. Their ministry recently celebrated their 10 year anniversary. They believe that God is blessing their ministry because they are having more adults coming to learn about Christian teachings.


Based in Noblesville, IN their last mailing states that they are working with 86 partners in 43 countries on 100 projects that will minister to 170,000 people in need for all kinds of assistance.  This ministry provides food, shelter, clean water, and the message of Christian love wherever there is a need.


Jacob and Camille Scott working to go to Bangladesh

Jacob and Camille are continuing to work to raise support and find team members to help them to minister in Bangladesh. We are supporting them on a monthly basis as they prepare to go to the field in 2025. Please pray that God will meet their needs as they work towards serving in Bangladesh.

Kentucky Christian University

Kentucky Christian University is a private, non-profit Christian university located in the beautiful foothills of Eastern Kentucky. For over a century, KCU has been transforming the hearts and minds of students through a Christ-Centered academic community that is both academically rigorous and intimately personal. They are committed to providing students with an authentic Christian education that engages students in a transformative educational experience that equips them as effective Christian professionals providing servant leadership for the church and society.


Johnson University

Their Tennessee campus sits on the banks of the French Broad River in south Knoxville. Students enjoy the rolling hills of this rural campus combined with close proximity to the fun and culture of downtown Knoxville and the beauty of the Smoky Mountains. The Johnson University mission is to educate students for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations framed by the Great Commission in order to extend the kingdom of God among all nations. You are welcome to explore their website to learn more about the JU mission, academic programs, and student life on campus.


Food for Kids – A Backpack Program

This group of volunteers works to provide food for school age children so that they may have some food each weekend of the school year. This ministry is supported by the Paris community hoping to make a difference in the life of a young person. We have been providing food for 195 children each week.

Oblong Christian Children’s Home

When life gets hard for young people because their parents are not able to properly care for them, for all kind of reasons, they need a place to go to receive that security every child wants. The Children’s Home in Oblong, IL provides them a safe home where loving Christian parents provide Christian faith, morals, and values so that young people can grow up and realize their potential. We have supported Oblong for a number of years because of the Christian values that they provide to those in need.


Sunday Ude Obeten

The work of the church has continued to grow. Ministers to train, medical needs to be met, people to feed and concern over Muslim influence in the northern section of Nigeria occupy Sunday’s time. In Sunday’s last monthly report (found on our mission’s bulletin board) shares that eight people were baptized this past month makes the effort worth everything.

Choices, Pregnancy & Health

Our local center on the corner of Wood and High Streets in Paris is dedicated to helping men and women that find themselves facing the decisions of unplanned pregnancy. They minister to those that come to them by striving to teach them about God’s plan for them and their child. The ministry does not end with the birth of the child, but families can have support with parenting classes and the opportunity for clothing and supplies to help them as they raise their child. Our Paris center is currently looking for a new client services director.


Faith in Action

The office of this ministry, that is located on Wood Street west of the square, helps people stay in their own homes by supplying a little help with the tasks of life. They are caregivers, ramp builders, and drivers that provide transportation and encouragement to our neighbors in the Paris community.


Compassionate Food Pantry

This ministry helps those that are food insecure. People can come on Wednesdays (8:30- 11 AM) to the warehouse on Cherry Point Rd. to get food that is donated and secured from the Eastern Illinois Food Bank.

Compassionate Clothing Closet

People that need help with their clothing needs can come to The Closet on Tuesdays (12-2 PM) to pick out clothes that they need for their family. They also provide blankets in the fall to help people prepare for the winter months. They are located on Central Ave. in Paris across the street from Prospect Bank.

Missionary Assist Panama

The work continues providing the needs of the churches in Panama even as political troubles have at times closed the Canal and thus affected commerce. They have secured a source to purchase Bibles to distribute to the people.  The construction of solar panels in rural areas to provide electricity has helped the churches with community outreach.  All this gives them great satisfaction but the real reward is when they see people come into a relationship with Jesus Christ.