To connect arriving refugees with Great Commission local believers in order to promote the Gospel message through building relationships and being the Hands and Feet of Christ  

Would you consider partnering with us in ministry by becoming a financial supporter! As MSC missionaries with the North American Mission Board, we receive no salary and rely completely on the financial donations of individuals, families, and churches for all of our personal and ministry-related needs. All donations are tax-deductible and help us to do the work God has called us to do in reaching the nations for Christ. Please click the donate button to go to our NAMB ministry partner page where you can sign up to make monthly donations or a one-time gift. 

About Our Ministry

We have seen God working in many exciting ways since we became MSC missionaries with the North American Mission Board. Over the past 8 years, we have been blessed to help resettle more than 600 refugees to our communities both in North and South Carolina, utilizing hundreds of volunteers from local churches. We have seen dozens and dozens of refugees find their true hope in Jesus, accept Him into their lives and be baptized! We were able to help start a church among Karenni refugees in Winston Salem, N.C., averaging more than 150 in attendance each week. We saw the ordination of the first Karenni pastor in the United States out of Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. We helped to form a youth group/choir made up of more than 60 Karenni refugee students whom we've had the joy to take on missions trips across the United States to cities including Atlanta, Jacksonville, Denver, Nashville, Indianapolis, Syracuse, Buffalo and Des Moines. We organized 2 summer camps in 2016 and 2017 for Karenni teenagers at Camp Caraway in Asheboro, N.C., with more than 150 former refugees come each year from across the U.S. where they heard the gospel, accepted Christ and were discipled. In late 2016, we relocated to Greenville, South Carolina and expanded our ministry to the upstate to begin mobilizing and training local believers and churches to become involved in ministry to refugee families. We are now blessed to be missionaries out of our new home church of First Baptist Simpsonville in Simpsonville SC.

Mission Statement
We believe that all refugees coming to reside in the United States must have the opportunity to experience and receive the Good News of the Gospel, which should be actively demonstrated to them by the body of Christ-physically, emotionally and spiritually.