There are over 2 billion people in this world that are considered “unreached.” In Matthew 28, Jesus commanded us to go to the nations with His Gospel. Park West Church regularly has many members that go out into all the world on foreign mission trips.
Global Infusion is a missions ministry run by our missions Pastor, Jonathan Haward, that sends short-term teams out to more than a dozen different countries all throughout the year. There are adult, youth, family, and multi-generational trips available. If you are interested in joining a Park West mission team, please contact Pastor Jonathan directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
COSTA RICA (November)
2022: Jan. 9, Feb. 6, Mar. 6, Apr. 3
May 1, June 5, July 10, Aug. 7
Sept. 11, Oct. 2, Nov. 6, Dec. 4
MISSIONS YARD SALE
April 23rd 8AM- 2PM
Global Infusion is a pathway to the mission field. We focus on organizing, developing, and sending mission teams and long-term missionaries around the world.
Established in 2003, Global Infusion is an international missions organization that seeks to become a catalyst of healing, in a culturally sensitive manner, for every degree of human need: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
We focus on those who cannot provide or attain these things adequately enough for themselves. We work to strengthen and empower the leaders in these nations who have both a heart, and a strategy for helping and reaching their own people.
We are looking for people whom God has called long-term to the mission field. To prepare you, we have established our Infusion Academy: a path to becoming a career missionary with Global Infusion that includes earning an accredited degree, and being mentored by experienced missionaries and indigenous leaders. Check out Infusion Academy: https://globalinfusion.org/academy/
The Knoxville Dream Center provides good food, authentic faith, and opportunities for a brighter future for those who need it most.
Even though the Knoxville Dream Center started in 2014, it has its roots in a ministry that started 30 years ago.
In the early 90’s, Maxine Raines launched Lost Sheep Ministry. Growing up homeless herself, Maxine wanted to give back. She wanted to see the homeless in Knoxville cared for and find faith in Jesus Christ.
Armed with hot dogs, Maxine served the homeless from the trunk of her car and never looked back! Eventually finding a “home” under the I40 bridge, Lost Sheep Ministry has served the homeless every Wednesday night for close to 30 years…not missing one Wednesday during this time!
That Wednesday ministry continues to this day And we have been blessed to do so much more! Including sending our food trucks (mobile food pantries) to give free groceries to anyone in need all over the Knoxville area every week!
Bill and Janice Clark founded KICKO (Knoxville Inner City Kids Outreach) in 1995 as a 501(c)3 non-profit, para ministry. Its mission is to take the life-changing message of Jesus Christ to the children and families living in Knoxville’s low-income inner-city areas. The ministry includes sidewalk SONday Schools in multiple locations, relationship-building visitations, and an annual Back 2 School Community Block Party.
Since 1995 we have been working towards transforming our inner city by equipping and empowering its children to fully realize their potential and discover their God-given destiny.
Our purpose is to see Knoxville’s inner-city holistically healthy by providing hope and positive relationships which equip and empower the children, families, and communities to move toward God’s perfect design.