Our desire as a Church is to develop an ongoing, mutual relationship with the missions that we support with our prayers and stewardship of time and resources. We hope to enhance the missions that we become involved with by helping in any way that will further benefit the missionaries’ own direction and philosophy of ministry. It is our goal to develop an ongoing, mutually supportive relationship with each mission. We see the various missions as an extension of our ministry and Church body, and it is our hope that they will see us in the same light. We can benefit from their ministry and they can benefit from ours. It is also our desire as a church to develop in the membership a heart for missions in general, not only in terms of prayer and financial support, but also individual involvement. Click on the links to the left for more information on our missions support.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Our desire as a Church is to develop an ongoing, mutual relationship with the missions that we support with our prayers and stewardship of time and resources. We hope to enhance the missions that we become involved with by helping in any way that will further benefit the missionaries’ own direction and philosophy of ministry. It is our goal to develop an ongoing, mutually supportive relationship with each mission. We see the various missions as an extension of our ministry and Church body, and it is our hope that they will see us in the same light. We can benefit from their ministry and they can benefit from ours. It is also our desire as a church to develop in the membership a heart for missions in general, not only in terms of prayer and financial support, but also individual involvement. Click on the links to the left for more information on our missions support.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Our desire as a Church is to develop an ongoing, mutual relationship with the missions that we support with our prayers and stewardship of time and resources. We hope to enhance the missions that we become involved with by helping in any way that will further benefit the missionaries’ own direction and philosophy of ministry. It is our goal to develop an ongoing, mutually supportive relationship with each mission. We see the various missions as an extension of our ministry and Church body, and it is our hope that they will see us in the same light. We can benefit from their ministry and they can benefit from ours. It is also our desire as a church to develop in the membership a heart for missions in general, not only in terms of prayer and financial support, but also individual involvement. Click on the links to the left for more information on our missions support.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Our desire as a Church is to develop an ongoing, mutual relationship with the missions that we support with our prayers and stewardship of time and resources. We hope to enhance the missions that we become involved with by helping in any way that will further benefit the missionaries’ own direction and philosophy of ministry. It is our goal to develop an ongoing, mutually supportive relationship with each mission. We see the various missions as an extension of our ministry and Church body, and it is our hope that they will see us in the same light. We can benefit from their ministry and they can benefit from ours. It is also our desire as a church to develop in the membership a heart for missions in general, not only in terms of prayer and financial support, but also individual involvement. Click on the links to the left for more information on our missions support.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Philosophy

Vision

Dayspring’s passion for missions is to not just send financial support but to send our prayers, encouragement, as well as ourselves to the mission field, both at home and abroad. We strive to come alongside our missionaries and encourage them with our words, deeds, regular financial support, and special gifts. We see the missionaries we support as an extension of our own ministry and a vital part of the life of our church body. While the exact missions we support may change from time to time, our goal remains always to reach a lost and dying world and to build up the body of Christ wherever God calls us to go.

Short Term Missions

Mission trips provide an opportunity to encourage the missionaries we support, open our eyes to the needs around the world, witness the work God is doing around the globe, and join in that work ourselves.

Serving at Home

  • Commit to pray for our missionaries – check the missions board for updates.
  • Send letters of encouragement to those on the field.
  • Assist others in getting to the field if you have the resources but lack the opportunity to go yourself.
  • Serving Abroad
  • Volunteer to lead or participate in a short term mission trip.

Watch the missions board and your bulletin for upcoming opportunities.   Feel called to a greater involvement? Contact us if you want help discerning God’s call to a longer term commitment in missions.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Vision

Dayspring’s passion for missions is to not just send financial support but to send our prayers, encouragement, as well as ourselves to the mission field, both at home and abroad. We strive to come alongside our missionaries and encourage them with our words, deeds, regular financial support, and special gifts. We see the missionaries we support as an extension of our own ministry and a vital part of the life of our church body. While the exact missions we support may change from time to time, our goal remains always to reach a lost and dying world and to build up the body of Christ wherever God calls us to go.

Short Term Missions

Mission trips provide an opportunity to encourage the missionaries we support, open our eyes to the needs around the world, witness the work God is doing around the globe, and join in that work ourselves.

Serving at Home

  • Commit to pray for our missionaries – check the missions board for updates.
  • Send letters of encouragement to those on the field.
  • Assist others in getting to the field if you have the resources but lack the opportunity to go yourself.
  • Serving Abroad
  • Volunteer to lead or participate in a short term mission trip.

Watch the missions board and your bulletin for upcoming opportunities.   Feel called to a greater involvement? Contact us if you want help discerning God’s call to a longer term commitment in missions.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Vision

Dayspring’s passion for missions is to not just send financial support but to send our prayers, encouragement, as well as ourselves to the mission field, both at home and abroad. We strive to come alongside our missionaries and encourage them with our words, deeds, regular financial support, and special gifts. We see the missionaries we support as an extension of our own ministry and a vital part of the life of our church body. While the exact missions we support may change from time to time, our goal remains always to reach a lost and dying world and to build up the body of Christ wherever God calls us to go.

Short Term Missions

Mission trips provide an opportunity to encourage the missionaries we support, open our eyes to the needs around the world, witness the work God is doing around the globe, and join in that work ourselves.

Serving at Home

  • Commit to pray for our missionaries – check the missions board for updates.
  • Send letters of encouragement to those on the field.
  • Assist others in getting to the field if you have the resources but lack the opportunity to go yourself.
  • Serving Abroad
  • Volunteer to lead or participate in a short term mission trip.

Watch the missions board and your bulletin for upcoming opportunities.   Feel called to a greater involvement? Contact us if you want help discerning God’s call to a longer term commitment in missions.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Vision

Dayspring’s passion for missions is to not just send financial support but to send our prayers, encouragement, as well as ourselves to the mission field, both at home and abroad. We strive to come alongside our missionaries and encourage them with our words, deeds, regular financial support, and special gifts. We see the missionaries we support as an extension of our own ministry and a vital part of the life of our church body. While the exact missions we support may change from time to time, our goal remains always to reach a lost and dying world and to build up the body of Christ wherever God calls us to go.

Short Term Missions

Mission trips provide an opportunity to encourage the missionaries we support, open our eyes to the needs around the world, witness the work God is doing around the globe, and join in that work ourselves.

Serving at Home

  • Commit to pray for our missionaries – check the missions board for updates.
  • Send letters of encouragement to those on the field.
  • Assist others in getting to the field if you have the resources but lack the opportunity to go yourself.
  • Serving Abroad
  • Volunteer to lead or participate in a short term mission trip.

Watch the missions board and your bulletin for upcoming opportunities.   Feel called to a greater involvement? Contact us if you want help discerning God’s call to a longer term commitment in missions.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Current Missions

We Currently Support:

Brice & Amanda Wurdeman (Barbados)

Windward Island School of Evangelism (WISE) is a Christian college that equips students from around the Caribbean to minister in their own countries. It was founded by Amanda’s grandparents and Brice is now serving as the director. The Wurdemans previously served for several years in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. They currently have four children: Naiyah, Beckett, Paxson, and Kensington.

Find out more about WISE at: http://www.windwardislandsschoolofevangelism.org

 

Cliff & Lynn Allen (England)

Cliff and Lynn are engaging the full spectrum of the community of Tunbridge Wells, England, from fellow Christians to the homeless and even reaching out to Muslims with the love of Christ. The Allens have three children: Naomi, Philip, and Daniel.

Find about more about their ministry at: http://www.twchurchofchrist.org/index.html

 

Oleg & Marina Reutki (Moldova)

New Hope Eurasia is the new name of this ever expanding ministry which involves extensive national leadership in outreach to children and youth throughout one of Europe’s poorest countries. They help run summer camps and transition homes, and lead evangelism efforts among the Muslims in Turkey and surrounding regions, amongst many other tasks. The Reutki’s have four children: Mark, Carina, Esther, and Sofia.

Find out more about this ministry at: www.newhopeurasia.org

 

Diamond Willow Ministries (South Dakota)

diamond-willow-ministriesDiamond Willow Ministries is a Christ centered relief organization that works to empower and develop healthy Christian youth, families, and leaders by meeting current spiritual, emotional, and physical needs within the Native American community on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation.

Find out more about this ministry at: http://www.d-w-m.org/

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

We Currently Support:

Brice & Amanda Wurdeman (Barbados)

Windward Island School of Evangelism (WISE) is a Christian college that equips students from around the Caribbean to minister in their own countries. It was founded by Amanda’s grandparents and Brice is now serving as the director. The Wurdemans previously served for several years in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. They currently have four children: Naiyah, Beckett, Paxson, and Kensington.

Find out more about WISE at: http://www.windwardislandsschoolofevangelism.org

 

Cliff & Lynn Allen (England)

Cliff and Lynn are engaging the full spectrum of the community of Tunbridge Wells, England, from fellow Christians to the homeless and even reaching out to Muslims with the love of Christ. The Allens have three children: Naomi, Philip, and Daniel.

Find about more about their ministry at: http://www.twchurchofchrist.org/index.html

 

Oleg & Marina Reutki (Moldova)

New Hope Eurasia is the new name of this ever expanding ministry which involves extensive national leadership in outreach to children and youth throughout one of Europe’s poorest countries. They help run summer camps and transition homes, and lead evangelism efforts among the Muslims in Turkey and surrounding regions, amongst many other tasks. The Reutki’s have four children: Mark, Carina, Esther, and Sofia.

Find out more about this ministry at: www.newhopeurasia.org

 

Diamond Willow Ministries (South Dakota)

diamond-willow-ministriesDiamond Willow Ministries is a Christ centered relief organization that works to empower and develop healthy Christian youth, families, and leaders by meeting current spiritual, emotional, and physical needs within the Native American community on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation.

Find out more about this ministry at: http://www.d-w-m.org/

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

We Currently Support:

Brice & Amanda Wurdeman (Barbados)

Windward Island School of Evangelism (WISE) is a Christian college that equips students from around the Caribbean to minister in their own countries. It was founded by Amanda’s grandparents and Brice is now serving as the director. The Wurdemans previously served for several years in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. They currently have four children: Naiyah, Beckett, Paxson, and Kensington.

Find out more about WISE at: http://www.windwardislandsschoolofevangelism.org

 

Cliff & Lynn Allen (England)

Cliff and Lynn are engaging the full spectrum of the community of Tunbridge Wells, England, from fellow Christians to the homeless and even reaching out to Muslims with the love of Christ. The Allens have three children: Naomi, Philip, and Daniel.

Find about more about their ministry at: http://www.twchurchofchrist.org/index.html

 

Oleg & Marina Reutki (Moldova)

New Hope Eurasia is the new name of this ever expanding ministry which involves extensive national leadership in outreach to children and youth throughout one of Europe’s poorest countries. They help run summer camps and transition homes, and lead evangelism efforts among the Muslims in Turkey and surrounding regions, amongst many other tasks. The Reutki’s have four children: Mark, Carina, Esther, and Sofia.

Find out more about this ministry at: www.newhopeurasia.org

 

Diamond Willow Ministries (South Dakota)

diamond-willow-ministriesDiamond Willow Ministries is a Christ centered relief organization that works to empower and develop healthy Christian youth, families, and leaders by meeting current spiritual, emotional, and physical needs within the Native American community on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation.

Find out more about this ministry at: http://www.d-w-m.org/

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

We Currently Support:

Brice & Amanda Wurdeman (Barbados)

Windward Island School of Evangelism (WISE) is a Christian college that equips students from around the Caribbean to minister in their own countries. It was founded by Amanda’s grandparents and Brice is now serving as the director. The Wurdemans previously served for several years in Port-de-Paix, Haiti. They currently have four children: Naiyah, Beckett, Paxson, and Kensington.

Find out more about WISE at: http://www.windwardislandsschoolofevangelism.org

 

Cliff & Lynn Allen (England)

Cliff and Lynn are engaging the full spectrum of the community of Tunbridge Wells, England, from fellow Christians to the homeless and even reaching out to Muslims with the love of Christ. The Allens have three children: Naomi, Philip, and Daniel.

Find about more about their ministry at: http://www.twchurchofchrist.org/index.html

 

Oleg & Marina Reutki (Moldova)

New Hope Eurasia is the new name of this ever expanding ministry which involves extensive national leadership in outreach to children and youth throughout one of Europe’s poorest countries. They help run summer camps and transition homes, and lead evangelism efforts among the Muslims in Turkey and surrounding regions, amongst many other tasks. The Reutki’s have four children: Mark, Carina, Esther, and Sofia.

Find out more about this ministry at: www.newhopeurasia.org

 

Diamond Willow Ministries (South Dakota)

diamond-willow-ministriesDiamond Willow Ministries is a Christ centered relief organization that works to empower and develop healthy Christian youth, families, and leaders by meeting current spiritual, emotional, and physical needs within the Native American community on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation.

Find out more about this ministry at: http://www.d-w-m.org/

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Questions?

Why go – can’t we serve God right here?

While it is true that God can be served just as effectively across the street as across the world, we have a biblical mandate not to confine ourselves solely to reaching out to those nearby: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20). See also Mark 13:10; Acts 1:8, etc.

Why not just send the money?

While financial support may be necessary it is never sufficient. God has called us to deeper relationships than can be achieved by sending a check in the mail. One of the most significant aspects of these trips, from the viewpoint of the missionary, is often the encouragement received from those who come. “I am sending him to you for the express purpose that you may know about our circumstances and that he may encourage your hearts” (Colossians 4:8). See also Acts 14:21, 22; Ephesians 6:22; 1 Thessalonians 3:2, etc.   Want to find out more about going on a mission trip with DaySpring and learn about fundraising and other means of support? Interested in finding tips for preparing for a trip or learning more about our overall approach to missions? Members can login to DaysIE to access a variety of documents detailing this and more. Or you can always contact the missions committee at the email address listed at the bottom of the page.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Why go – can’t we serve God right here?

While it is true that God can be served just as effectively across the street as across the world, we have a biblical mandate not to confine ourselves solely to reaching out to those nearby: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20). See also Mark 13:10; Acts 1:8, etc.

Why not just send the money?

While financial support may be necessary it is never sufficient. God has called us to deeper relationships than can be achieved by sending a check in the mail. One of the most significant aspects of these trips, from the viewpoint of the missionary, is often the encouragement received from those who come. “I am sending him to you for the express purpose that you may know about our circumstances and that he may encourage your hearts” (Colossians 4:8). See also Acts 14:21, 22; Ephesians 6:22; 1 Thessalonians 3:2, etc.   Want to find out more about going on a mission trip with DaySpring and learn about fundraising and other means of support? Interested in finding tips for preparing for a trip or learning more about our overall approach to missions? Members can login to DaysIE to access a variety of documents detailing this and more. Or you can always contact the missions committee at the email address listed at the bottom of the page.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Why go – can’t we serve God right here?

While it is true that God can be served just as effectively across the street as across the world, we have a biblical mandate not to confine ourselves solely to reaching out to those nearby: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20). See also Mark 13:10; Acts 1:8, etc.

Why not just send the money?

While financial support may be necessary it is never sufficient. God has called us to deeper relationships than can be achieved by sending a check in the mail. One of the most significant aspects of these trips, from the viewpoint of the missionary, is often the encouragement received from those who come. “I am sending him to you for the express purpose that you may know about our circumstances and that he may encourage your hearts” (Colossians 4:8). See also Acts 14:21, 22; Ephesians 6:22; 1 Thessalonians 3:2, etc.   Want to find out more about going on a mission trip with DaySpring and learn about fundraising and other means of support? Interested in finding tips for preparing for a trip or learning more about our overall approach to missions? Members can login to DaysIE to access a variety of documents detailing this and more. Or you can always contact the missions committee at the email address listed at the bottom of the page.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com

Why go – can’t we serve God right here?

While it is true that God can be served just as effectively across the street as across the world, we have a biblical mandate not to confine ourselves solely to reaching out to those nearby: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20). See also Mark 13:10; Acts 1:8, etc.

Why not just send the money?

While financial support may be necessary it is never sufficient. God has called us to deeper relationships than can be achieved by sending a check in the mail. One of the most significant aspects of these trips, from the viewpoint of the missionary, is often the encouragement received from those who come. “I am sending him to you for the express purpose that you may know about our circumstances and that he may encourage your hearts” (Colossians 4:8). See also Acts 14:21, 22; Ephesians 6:22; 1 Thessalonians 3:2, etc.   Want to find out more about going on a mission trip with DaySpring and learn about fundraising and other means of support? Interested in finding tips for preparing for a trip or learning more about our overall approach to missions? Members can login to DaysIE to access a variety of documents detailing this and more. Or you can always contact the missions committee at the email address listed at the bottom of the page.

Questions, comments, feedback about missions at DaySpring? Contact missions@dschristian.com