Missions

Living Out Our Vision

At Faith Lutheran Church, our goal is to live out our mission and vision in our everyday lives – making disciples where we live, work, and play. Jesus says, “Therefore go and make disciples…” Matthew 28:19 and this concept is at the forefront of everything we do at Faith. We believe there are mission fields everywhere - from our own neighborhoods to places much farther away. For those who like to venture farther away to serve the Lord, we offer a few mission trips every year.

Resources

Family Mission Trip

Chicago Suburbs
Date: TBD 2018
Cost: TBD


Faith Families of all ages are invited to be part of a five-day mission experience at one of our two partner churches in the Chicago suburbs: New Song Church in Aurora, IL and St. Marks Lutheran Church in St. Charles, IL. Families will be packing food for Feed My Starving Children and taking part in local impact activities geared for families. This will surely be a trip your family will treasure.

Cindy Bolstad

Karin Jackson

 


Men's Trip

Pine Ridge, SD
Date: TBD 2018
Cost: $550


Men, get your tool belt and plan to GO! Join a team serving this long-term partnership with Hands of Faith Ministry. You’ll work side by side with Lakota men on various construction and community projects within the reservation and bring the transforming power of the Gospel to the poorest part of our country, which is also most afflicted with addiction. No skills are necessary, as God will match you to the needs each day.

Dan Brevard

John Hall

 

Compassion
International Trip

Lima, Peru
Dates: TBD 2018
Cost: TBD

Spend seven days with Jesus Amigo de Ninos Church (literally, Jesus, friend of children.) This is a Compassion International Partnership trip. During the day, we will tutor, play, and learn with Compassion children. In the evening, we will share dinner with local residents and be challenged by God about our day together. If you have a sponsor child, you will be able to spend significant time with him or her to make lasting memories. Passport is needed.


Bill & Debbie Muehlman