18 And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in[a] the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
We take this Great Commission from Jesus seriously. We all have a mandate to live a life that looks like Jesus, as we are on mission for Him.For over 40 years, OLCC has had the privilege to support and send many people who are making disciples for Jesus. We give just over 10% of our annual budget to support local and global mission.
Our vision is to partner with the Church in the nations and see the Kingdom of God transform lives as we pray, give and send our best to all that Jesus is doing in the earth. We invite you to join us and find a place where you can share the privilege and experience the joy of loving the nations.
Look below to have a read through of the places and people we are involved with supporting. It's not only with our finances that we are working with our various partners, but there are practical ways too.
If you would like to join us in any way with supporting our mission partners, please let us know and we will help you find out how to get connected with missions.
Get Involved with Missions: Local Ministry Partners
Our goal is to love and support Greystone elementary as they seek to educate and inspire 900+ local students. One avenue of support is becoming involved in an OKC Public Schools sponsored book club - a weekly initiative to help students learn to read. If you would like more information about this program, please contact Gretchen Kaup at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Marshall Mid-High School
Every year we look to bring love and support to John Marshall, a school for 6th-12th graders just down the street from our church building. We host annual luncheons, donate towards gifts, and try to help in any way needed. Please contact the church office if you are interested in helping at JMHS in any way. John Marshall Mid-High School 12201 Portland Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73120 (405) 587-7200
First Stone Ministries
Stephen Black is the executive director of a biblically-based discipleship and support group ministry for those who desire freedom from relational and sexual brokenness issues. First Stone offers a chance to discover newfound freedom in Christ through deeper intimacy with Him and more wholesome ways of relating with others.
Contact Stephen / email@example.com
World Outreach Ministries
Gretchen Kaup is working through World Outreach Ministries. Gretchen’s focus is working with inner-city, at risk children in Oklahoma City Schools.
Contact Gretchen / firstname.lastname@example.org
Willow Springs Boys Ranch
Willow Springs offers a safe, nurturing, structured family-style environment. Willow Springs develops character, responsibility and self-discipline in boys so that they may successfully navigate the challenges of life.
Contact Will Springs / email@example.com
Esther Kerr is a counselor at Willow Springs Boys Ranch. She models the transformational love of Jesus Christ to boys in need, at-risk, or in a family crisis. Esther is a licensed counselor who combines her skills in marriage and family therapy with community counseling in her ministry at WSBR. She meets with the residential boys who come from families in crisis who are struggling through hard circumstances such as parents who are deceased, imprisoned, and are struggling with addictions and/or living with mental disabilities.
Contact Esther / firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth for Christ
Russell Migl is the Suburban Area Director with Youth for Christ. YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other likeminded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus. Campus Life programs in Russell’s area include: Deer Creek, Piedmont, as well as Yukon.
Contact Russell / email@example.com
OSU Cru- Faculty Commons
Gena Hellman directs Fellowship of Christian Faculty and Staff at OSU which is designed to encourage faculty, staff and students explore the relevance of Jesus Christ and share His love to others.
Contact Gena / firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Involved with Missions: Global Ministry Partners
Allegro Organization (Lebanon)
Justin and Cathleen LeBeau are serving in Lebanon. Justin is teaching at a local school and leads bible studies with Muslims interested in Jesus. Cathleen is a PA and helps at refugee camps. She regularly sees God heal bodies and reunite families. Their account name is Mideast-NCC.JCL
Contact Justin and Cathleen / email@example.com
Eagle’s Wings Foundation (Albania)
Ilir Lika is the executive director of Eagle’s Wings, which is a foundation in Albania for at risk girls that prepares them for a healthy and integrated life in a group home.
Contact Illir / firstname.lastname@example.org
Disciples of Jesus Church Planters (Albania)
Disciples of Jesus (DoJ) Church Planters, Landi and DeAnne Sula are currently studying in seminary on the East Coast for several years. They plan to go back to Tirana to build up the church.
Contact Landi and DeAnne / email@example.com
Gregor and Markela Menga are planting and developing churches among the Albanian people in Macedonia. This is their third church plant.
Erjon Ymeraj is church planting in Vlora.
Bledi and Edlira Spaho are in Pristina, Kosovo.
Geni and Soni were in charge of the church plant in Kosovo but have recently moved back to Tirana. They are praying about their next church plant.
Fisi and Manjola Zenelaj are working with Bosnians.
Klodi Licaj pastors a church plant in Berat and his wife, Migena, leads worship and women’s ministry.
Contact Klodi / firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Arms Foundation (Colombia)
Bill and Wanda Perrow at Open Arms ministers to the poor in Medellin. They have a farm for children previously living on the streets along with two church plants.
Contact Bill and Wanda / email@example.com
Von and Sue Golder were missionaries for almost 30 years in Albania pastoring/leading a Disciples of Jesus (DoJ) church and sending teams out to church plant in the region. This past summer they moved back stateside to pursue God’s next season for their family. They will be working with indigenous leaders to plant churches internationally where none currently exist. They are based in Washington.
Contact Von and Sue / firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Possible (Balkans)
Ivo and Mirjami Ivanov is the president of Mission Possible which focuses on the people of Russia and Eastern Europe through church planting, children’s ministries, drug rehabilitation, education, training, and literature.
Contact Ivo and Mirjami / email@example.com
Antioch Ministries International (Portugal)
Shoan and Michelle Holley run a ministry called “The Haven”, an international respite care facility for weary missionaries.
Contact Shoan and Michelle / firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace Fellowship (Africa)
Dave and Gail Seiver travel around the world providing theological and leadership training to pastors and church leaders. Much of their work is in Africa and other closed countries.
Contact Dave and Gail / email@example.com
Updated March 2018
Mission's Sunday Sermon by Mike Milner and Esther Kerr