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Serve ONE World

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

Englewood Christian Church supports many missions both locally in the state of Florida and around the world. Much of this support comes from our Faith Promise offerings that we pledge each February. ECC is committed to supporting the important work of missions in spreading the good news of Jesus Christ and His love throughout the world.

Faith Promise

Where members and participants give specifically to missions above and beyond their regular giving all through faith knowing the Lord will provide.

Local Missions We Support...

First Coast Women’s Services

Joplin, Missouri

GNPI is a non-profit organization that accelerates global evangelism through media and technology. Ziden Nutt founded GNPI in 1976. Today, nearly four decades later, GNPI works through regional centers and Nomad teams throughout the world. GNPI creates culturally relevant materials to serve the 80% of the world’s unreached people who cannot read or prefer visual materials.

Domestic Missions We Support...

Tallahassee, Florida

Christian Campus Fellowship, or CCF, is a community of college students from a variety of backgrounds that desires to further the reach of the Gospel at Florida State University.

Our mission statement is “Devoted to Christ, Devoted to Campus” which means that we seek to live our lives with the same heart and passion as Jesus Christ would if He were a student at FSU.

Appalachian International Ministry (AIM)

Boone, North Carolina

Proclaiming Christ to International and American students at Appalachian State University while orienting them to American culture and campus life, offering fellowship and Bible study opportunities.

Keystone Heights, Florida

North Florida Christian Service Camp and its staff seek to create an atmosphere that helps both youth and adults to focus their attention on the Lord Jesus Christ. Our programming is geared toward helping people make a decision to become a Christian as well as building Christians up in faith. This is achieved through accurate study and application of the written word of God and through living examples of committed Christ-like staff.

Gainesville, Florida

University of Florida Christian Campus House is a mission within a mission. The campus house takes part in feeding the homeless, has small group sessions, teaches english to international students, has prayer groups and missions trips along with many other great Christian activities for the students at the University of Florida.

Gainesville, Florida

CFS has worked with women in need since 1978 throughout Central and North Florida. On average, we minister to more than 100 women annually who have experienced an unplanned pregnancy.
Christian Family Services is dedicated to helping women find hope in what seems like a hopeless situation by sharing the unconditional love of God with the women we serve and their unborn child.

Seffner, Florida

Children who cannot live with their families for one reason or another attend our residential program, while students from on campus as well as the surrounding community attend Legacy Christian Academy, a ministry of Family Ministries.

Kissimmee, Florida

Johnson University’s vision is to bring glory to God and hope to the world by preparing promising students for excellence in Christian ministry through an affordable, community-oriented, Christ-centered education.

Lousiville, Tennessee

As an independent Christian non-profit ministry, we strive to enhance the lives of persons affected with disabilities by providing services for persons with developmental disabilities, including residence, job placement, opportunities for social interaction and spiritual growth.  

Memphis, Tennessee

Mid-South Hispanic Ministry is a partnership between MSCC and the Arkansas Church Planting Network (ACPN). MHM will plant Spanish speaking churches in cities with large Hispanic populations in Arkansas. In the past ten years ACPN has planted ten churches and has recently seen a desire grow to plant Hispanic churches. The plans are to start in Southwest Little Rock where there is a large concentration of Hispanics. In the past ten years, eight Hispanic pastors have graduated from MSCC and four Hispanic churches have been started. Currently there are fifteen Hispanic workers being trained at MSCC and we look forward to many years of partnership with Mid-South Hispanic Ministry.

International Missions We Support...

Fort Myers, Florida

New International exists to proclaim Christ & make disciples globally. Our vision is to join with God to restore His dominion on earth, as evidenced by people of all nations: Worshiping God, Experiencing continuous life transformation, Fulfilling their God-given purpose, and Fostering the emergence of Jesus-following communities

Eagle Pass, Texas

As the result of Colegio Biblico ministry, thousands of people have come to know and receive Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior, and hundreds of Christian churches have been planted in Mexico, throughout Latin America, the United States, and Spain. Even though much has been accomplished in the life of Colegio Biblico, with over 60 million Hispanics now living in the United States, there is still much more to do. The need for more and more Spanish-speaking preachers remains home and abroad; “the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.”

Lexington, Kentucky

Mission Journeys seeks to serve God by providing churches and individuals the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Christ by using their gifts and talents. We do this through a variety of methods including short term mission trips, distribution of food and clothing, shoe box Chrismas giving and many other things.


In 1980, Bob and Gretchen DeVoe founded Lifeline Christian Mission with the goal to minister to people spiritually and physically.  Initially, the ministry began in Grand Goave, Haiti with a Christian church and school.  As God opened doors, ministry work spread to more communities through churches and schools, health clinics, nutrition programs, disaster relief, children’s homes, and a home building ministry.

Latin America

Latin American Ministries (formerly known as Christian Outreach
Mission for Evangelism or C.O.M.E. and Ninos Dominicanos) is a 
non-profit Christian organization founded by Billy and Bette Loft. A non-denominational mission dedicated to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ to Spanish and Portuguese speaking nations.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

HIS Children (Helping India’s Special Children) works to enable children with disabilities - often isolated, severely neglected, at risk for abuse, and vulnerable to exploitation - to reach their maximum potential.

Rapha International

Joplin, Missouri

Our mission is to end the trafficking and sexual exploitation of children.
One child at a time, through aftercare for survivors, prevention for the vulnerable, and awareness for all.

McCoy, Virginia

A new medical boat (CBM Amazonia) was inaugurated in January 2012. The boat is equipped with both medical and dental clinics as well as a pharmacy that has most all medications that are needed by the villagers. There are air-conditioned sleeping quarters for over 25 individuals plus the top area for another 15 people that enjoy sleeping in (redes) hammocks. We take doctors, dentists, nurses, construction crews and evangelistic teams on almost all trips. We are providing better health and making possible a better life for these villagers as well as teaching them about Christ and planting churches.

Support Services We Support...

Joplin, Missouri

GNPI is a non-profit organization that accelerates global evangelism through media and technology. Ziden Nutt founded GNPI in 1976. Today, nearly four decades later, GNPI works through regional centers and Nomad teams throughout the world. GNPI creates culturally relevant materials to serve the 80% of the world’s unreached people who cannot read or prefer visual materials.

Noblesville, Indiana

International Disaster Emergency Service (IDES) exists to meet the physical and spiritual needs of suffering people in the name of Jesus Christ. They serve nations around the world through 5 major focus areas: evangelism, disaster response, hunger relief, community development, and medical care.

Latin America

Literature and Teaching Ministries narrow focus is to help publish Christian books in heart languages. So LATM serves as a bridge between need and resource. On the need side of that bridge, we come alongside cross-cultural workers, develop a trust relationship, and listen as they describe their publishing needs. On the resource side, we “bang the drum” on behalf of those workers, inviting churches and individuals to partner financially in this strategic effort to place Bible-based, Christ-centered, heart language books into the hands of seekers, disciples, and church leaders in a wide variety of Great Commission ministries.