And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.
Mark 16:15-16 (NASB)
The range of mission activities to which the Wylie Church of Christ lends support is varied and spans the globe from a children's home in the Hill Country of Texas to a preaching school in the Ukraine. Our mission field currently include actively working in the following areas:
Ukraine, India, Mexico, Ghana
Our congregation is one of the supporters for the mission work of Ron Coleman. Recent reports may be view by clicking the corresponding link below:
For additional reports, click here
Our congregation also supports the mission work of Gary Workman in the Ukraine; check out the Left Bank Church of Christ's website to see some of his work.
The Wylie church helps support a mission team in Niterói, Brazil. In November of 2008 five families moved to Niterói, Brazil to plant and establish a centrally located church within the city. It is the team’s goal that one day the church here will own its own facility and be a growing, self-sustaining Brazilian congregation that will plant other churches in Niterói and the surrounding areas.
The Wylie church helps support the family of Carey & Bonnie Samford that ministers to the community in Anchor Point, Alaska.
The Wylie Church of Christ is involved throughout the local community, including the visitation of local shut-ins and several other ministries including:
Boles Home / Medina Children's Home
Close to home, the Medina Children's Home located in Medina, Texas provides a safe haven with a Christian environment for adolescents and single mothers with children and guides these individuals toward a life of good, Christian citizenship in the United States of America.
World Bible School
Members of the congregation are also involved in the World Bible School which introduces the Bible to people in foreign lands through printed lessons and personal letters. This is an excellent opportunity for those who cannot travel to other countries to help spread the Word.