The AIM of High Pointe missions is to assist in the planting of churches and making of disciples throughout the world. This is achieved by training, equipping and sending missionaries from High Pointe on short term missions trips, teaching the incorporation of missional living as part of the every day life for all Christ followers, and supporting career missionaries all around the world.
Ways we're involved
New Life Ethiopia
NewLife Ethiopia brings the peace and joy of Jesus to Muslim tribal groups in Ethiopia who have never heard God’s plan for right standing with Him. All missionaries are same tribe, same language, same culture as the people they are reaching. Christian communities and ultimately churches are birthed in villages where there has never before been a Christian presence. Literacy programs, early childhood education, orphan care and various community developments are tangible ways NLE demonstrates God’s love to Muslim people.
Kasey works with Resonate Church located near Western Oregon University. Her ministry is in discipling young women and equipping them to make disciples of their own with hopes that the Gospel would be further spread across campus. She also serves the church as a Graphic Designer on the network creative team. She is passionate about the Resonate Church vision to pursue and minister to college students, but also expand to serving families and anyone in the surrounding community.
We are the Marshall family serving in East Africa. Jay and Nikki are nurse practitioners using healthcare strategies as a platform for church planting and evangelism. We share the love of Christ by relieving suffering, saving lives and teaching people how to stay healthy. We partner with national churches in evangelism and discipleship working in our people groups heart languages. We are grateful for all the doors God is opening in Africa. Please pray for the Lord's continued leading and providence.
Project 92 is an international non-governmental organization (INGO) which is committed to relief and development work in emerging countries, and is working especially in South and SouthEast Asia, home to a vast number of ethnic people groups. It is an area of great potential, but with many needs. It is the goal of Project 92 to help alleviate suffering, and to foster long-term development initiatives. Our hope is that lasting, sustainable change will be achieved, increasing the quality of life of individuals, families, communities, and nations at-large.
Temesgen is Senior Pastor for a church in Shire, located in northern Ethiopia. He is passionate about evangelism to the predominately Orthodox population. The church had a multifaceted outreach and church-planting strategy working across many villages in the region of Tigray prior to the civil war. At this time the church is in the midst of a warzone and it is unknown how many of the church body are still in the area and how many are refugees.
Jonathan serves with Wycliffe bible Translators in Papua, Indonesia. His part in this vital ministry is a pilot/mechanic flying translators to areas of Papua that would normally involve hours or days of hiking and/or boating. Airplanes also provide a lifeline from the villages to the outside world. Molly enjoys her role as a stay-at-home mom caring for their young son, Justice.
Brother Thomas (Tome-ahs') pastors Mission Bautista, a church plant in Cerro de Oro, Guatemala. Since 2009, High Pointe has engaged in humanitarian work with brother Thomas. Short-term mission teams have assisted in building homes, provided assistance to students in a local public school, and distributed medical kits to families. HPC has facilitated various leadership trainings and currently support Cerro De Oro by funding food bags.