On Mission

The Great Commission:
The Neighborhood and The Nations

Mission Opportunities for the Entire Church Family

"...and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth.” Acts 1:8b

"...in Jerusalem "- Our local community: 

Dnow project groupSmall Groups: Sharing God's love in simple, practical ways in our community using strategies that are culturally relevant, friendly and non-aggrerassive. Small groups are a strategic part of fulfilling our mission: “Building believers who reach others for Christ.”

Ministry and Service projects to local community: GO Missions, DCamp, DNow, Auto Mechanics Ministry and more!

Outreach Ministries:

Celebrate Recovery; Cornerstone Kids; Divorce Care; GriefShare


"...in all Judea and Samaria " - U.S.A.:

roof ministryWorld Changers 2016
Nashville, TN
June 18 - 23   Cost $365*

Provides a dynamic missions experience for Christian youth and adults with opportunities to meet the physical and spiritual needs of others through practical learning experiences that teach servanthood and personal commitment to missions.  

Adult sponsors welcome to serve and work if you enjoy youth.
$50 deposit

*This mission trip is currently full.


"...remotest part of the earth" - everywhere else:

June 16 - June 28   Cost $2,600
11th Grade age and up Adults (*Note: Currently full)

IWC will join efforts to minister to people in farming villages near Peja, where one venture is helping them to raise jalapeno peppers to make a living. We will assist with outreach programs such as crafts, games and sports for children, teenagers, and adults. There will also be opportunities to work in the fields with the locals and help with a building project in a village.





People Groups

Matthew 28:19-20 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,  20 teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” (NASB)

More info here

 Unengaged Unreached People Groups (UUPGs)

 world map of people groupsThese people groups do not have any resources to hear about or discover the gospel of Jesus Christ. They have no Bibles in their language, no Jesus film, no missionaries in their area, no one reaching out to or praying for them. Our goal is to adopt these groups below and begin these following steps:

1. Adopt to Pray: Pray for our adopted people groups.

2. Partner to Reach: Come alongside and join the missionaries in the field to work hand in hand to see sustainable, effective churches planted among these people groups.

3. Embrace to Engage:  Working intentionally to see churches planted.

4. Go: Work together to send teams to minister to the people groups.  





How you can participate in this Great Commission! 

Pray— Pray for all who go on mission and the people they are ministering to.

Support—Support all who go on mission through gifts to Designated Missions.

Go! - Go with others on mission. Be a part of a team going around  our world.

Register for and/or Support an OnMission project  


Neighbor to Neighbor Home Repair Ministry


This ministry's purpose is rooted in the scripture verse:

"Love your neighbor as yourself." Mark 12:31


Our mission statement is:

"To demonstrate the love of God to our neighbors in a tangible way; to involve our families in a way that will allow us to lead by example; and to promote His kingdom while improving the condition of our community."


For our church members, we will assess the need as noted on the "Application for Housing Repairs Benevolence" form (see below) and determine if we have volunteers, materials and funds available to assist with the home repairs and/or yard work described.  


If you would like to help volunteer with this ministry, download the "Volunteer Application Form", fill it out and turn it in to the church office or submit it electronically.


If you need assistance with home repairs and/or yard work, you can download the "Application for Housing Repairs Benevolence" form and turn it in to the church office or submit it electronically


If you have questions, please submit them to neighbortoneighbor@fbcthecolony.org.


Neighbor to Neighbor Ministry Leaders:

Drew Harmon, Marc Hamm, Teresa Hanson