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Village Missions exists to glorify Jesus Christ by developing spiritually vital country churches in rural North America. We fulfill this aim by placing pastors in small town churches that might otherwise have to close, and in doing so, preserve the Gospel presence in over 220 communities across the United States and Canada. Read more about us.
It takes a special dedication to answer the call to pastor a rural church, but the blessings that may come are life changing. A Village Missionary Pastor may be called upon to help with farm chores, work on a broken-down car, spend the day on a fishing boat, or listen as someone share what’s on his heart. He will teach Jesus Christ’s love through example.
America’s rural communities are in need of loving, caring, compassionate pastors to serve missions in small town communities that may feel isolated and struggle to keep country churches alive.
When a pastor loves the place he lives and the people who live near him, he will visit his neighbors more often, spend more time with them and care more deeply about the physical, emotional and spiritual struggles they face. This is vital to shepherding and evangelism.
May 24, 2016Some see the Contenders Discipleship Initiative (CDI) as a tool for discipling believers within the church. Others feel that the program will raise up new Village Missionaries from within those churches. Executive Director Brian Wechsler explores both ideas and explain how CDI trains and equips believers for battle.
September 22, 2016Thank you for praying for our Village Missionaries Raul and Teresa Cornoa. Read below to learn more about the building project of their country church, their ministry among the Hispanic people and the work of their daughter church.Avenal, on I-5 in the Central Valley of CA, obtained the name of “Pistachio Capitol of the World” […]
September 22, 2016I got to connect with some people in the community this week that I probably would not have been able to if I had not spent time in the black hills of South Dakota. They had been to the motorcycle rally several times and I had been to the last 3 rallies in Sturgis.As soon […]
We have 230 Village Missionaries serving rural communities in North America. Come and learn how they affect their communities, and why we need to keep them in good physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.