Our role at Christ Community Church is to mobilize our church family to be effective in making disciples of the nations. Click on one of the countries below to find out more about each of our Global Partners:
Bangladesh is the most densely populated country in the world with over 170 million people (half the US population) in the area the size of the state of Iowa. Poverty is extreme and natural disasters such as massive flooding from Typhoons are commonplace. The population is over 90% Muslim and the presence of Christians is hardly traceable.
Brazil has the largest economy in South America and the landmass equivalent to the continental US. The Amazon region is larger than the state of Texas and still contains unreached people groups. Because of the dense rainforest traversing this region is difficult and limited to boat and air travel. Although Catholicism is commonplace, many villages do not have an established group of born-again believers.
Although Czech Republic has a rich Christian history, years of communist rule have led to this country being the most atheistic in the world. Most historic churches are now museums and the few churches that remain are small and often struggling with Evangelical believers making up a very small portion of the population.
Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere with most of its inhabitants living on $1 per day. Poverty is widespread even though many aid organizations have worked for years trying to improve the situation. Most churches are small and struggling.
This volcanic country situated in the middle of the Central American countries has the smallest percentage of Evangelical believers in all of Central America. There is a very large, poverty-stricken population spread across the country, most of whom live in small rural towns. Churches are often led by faithful believers with little or no formal training. The people are very open to the Gospel.
This small west-African country continues to deal with the aftermath of a brutal civil war that came to an end in 2004. Sierra Leone is a predominately Muslim country with extreme poverty, high infant mortality rates, a struggling economy, and an almost absent medical infrastructure.