At Spout Springs Church, we try to live biblical mercy. In other words, we don’t help because we have so much, we help because we are no different – poor, needy, enslaved, broken, and desperate apart from Christ. Instead of viewing people as projects (transactional), we seek to develop people through relationships.
Instead of duplicating efforts by starting something “new,” we want to create solutions. We believe the Body of Christ should be unified, so we seek to stop creating duplicative programs and start investing time, money, and resources in helping other groups succeed. Moreover, this allows us to make ourselves better by networking and training with other churches and organizations that are on the cutting edge of God’s work. We have local and global mission opportunities. If you’d like to help out, through donations, contributions or serving, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hard Places Community
The Hard Places Community was founded by Alli, Executive Director, in February 2008. It was born out of looking into the eyes of people who had returned from short-term overseas outreaches with a question, “What next?!” Short-term outreaches would not be enough. They were driven by compassion and eager to do what was necessary to reach the people of Cambodia.
Spout Springs Church has partnered with The Hard Places Community for almost 10 years. Our current partnership includes monthly financial support and a short-term mission trip every two years. For more information about The Hard Places Community or our other mission projects, please contact our Mission Ministry Leaders at email@example.com
The Iceland Project
Our partnership with The Iceland Project kicked off in 2022. Iceland’s population may often claim Christianity, but in reality over 90% of Icelanders are atheists. We hope to continue to grow our partnership with The Iceland Project in the coming years with financial support and leadership mentoring. If you would like to learn more about our recent mission trip to Iceland or what we hope our future partnership looks like, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our newest partnership is through Send Relief. In February of 2023, we sent a team on a short-term trip to Valdosta, Georgia to work with at-risk youth over a mentoring weekend. The team will help local foster youth and other underserved children and young adults with a weekend retreat. For more information about this trip and any others, please feel free to contact our Mission Ministry.