Cornerstone Fellowship's mission team is known as the Global Impact Team (GIT). GIT’s goal is to educate, inform, and encourage a passion for and involvement in world-wide missions.
As a church we support:
- The North Carolina Baptist Cooperative Program
- The International Mission Board Lottie Moon Offering
- Independent missionaries
- Short-term mission trips
- Various Indian pastors through the Hindustan Bible Institute
Do you have a passion for world-wide missions?
Would you like to help plan or encourage at least one mission trip per year?
Do you want to encourage and motivate people to pray for missionaries and give financially to mission needs?
If so, become part of the Global Impact Team. Contact George Schultz <email@example.com> for more information and the next meeting date.
Mission Trips 2017 (past and current):
- Professionals for Senegal (PFS)
Mission Trips 2018 (we will post more as they are scheduled):
Independent Missionaries (descriptions below):
- ECHO - Cotarelos
- CIT - Wagners
- Hindustan Bible Institute - Guptas
- Lighthouse of Hope - Naskovs
- PFS - Ohlins
ECHO is located in Tampa, Florida with a vision of honoring God by empowering the undernourished with sustainable hunger solutions. Their mission is to follow Jesus by reducing hunger and improving lives worldwide through partnerships that equip people with agricultural resources and skills. Andy Cotarelo has been with ECHO since 2006 when he was an ECHO Intern. Andy has a BS in Biology with a background that includes teaching high school science domestically and abroad. His overseas passion is focused in Senegal and his experience is growing as he manages the many aspects of ECHO’s Global Farm. To learn more about Echo, visit their website: www.echonet.org.
The Center for Intercultural Training (CIT) is a partnership of missional agencies, churches and organizations dedicated to training and equipping cross-cultural workers and their families for cross-cultural ministry. Tim and Debbie Wagner served in Portugal for almost 9 years as church planters. Tim serves as the Assistant Director and Program Director at CIT. and Director for Mobilization. His primary responsibilities include overseeing the adult program curriculum of "Equipping for Cross-cultural Life and Ministry" and "Second Language Acquisition," facilitating in all modules, and leading the adult facilitation team. In addition to this he leads the various Debrief Retreats. Tim also contributes in various ways behind the scenes in a multiplicity of ways. Debbie serves as the Administrative Assistant and may be the first person you would speak to when contacting CIT. Visit their website: www.cit-online.org.
The Hindustan Bible Institute (HBI) was established in 1952 by the late Dr. Paul V. Gupta, a converted Hindu. Having secured a saving knowledge of Christ, he had a thriving compassion for the perishing souls in India. Moved by this need, he felt the call of God to surrender his life for the purpose of reaching the people of India for Christ. To fulfill this purpose, he incorporated into his strategy a training program to equip young men and women to take the Word of God to the unreached people of India and beyond. Through the integration of the training program, he also developed a meaningful outreach program. He incorporated a program of social betterment for Indians. These structures were focused towards the salvation and betterment of the whole man.
HBI exists “to give every person an opportunity to hear, understand and respond to the Gospel and be discipled into communities of believers within their own context, so that, Christ is radiated in everything they do."
To learn more, visit their website: http://www.hbionline.org
The Naskov Family moved to Bitola, Macedonia in 2015 with a vision to serve the orphans in that area. Their heart is to provide an orphanage that will bring up these young children in the grace and knowledge of the Lord. At this time in their ministry they are working to gain their permission to volunteer in the local orphanage to obtain a presence and experience in that culture to open an orphanage that is Christ centered.
Paul and Diane Ohlin serve in Thies, Senegal with Professionals for Senegal (PFS) to build relationships with this primarily Muslim community. They connect professionals from the United States with professionals in Thies through training in the English language and Microsoft Office programs. They worked with the nationals in Senegal to create a radio broadcast that teaches the word of God in that area.