Annual Missions Brochure
Read the 2020 Mission Brochure to:
- Learn more about the strategies behind Missions at Greenville Oaks.
- Discover stories about the impact of our long-term missionaries on the lives of people living in Kigali, Rwanda, and Regina, Saskatchewan.
- Explore the experiences of Greenville Oaks members who have visited other countries during short-term mission trips.
Greenville Oaks currently supports missionaries in Rwanda, a church plant in Canada, and short-term mission trips by the church.
Caleb and Jenny Beck - Kigali, Rwanda
Caleb and Jenny have been serving in Rwanda since 2007. They worked alongside one of the nationals to start Xtra Mile Ministries (XMM), a program under Africa Transformation Network (ATN) that reaches out to orphans of the genocide. XMM has transitioned to work with all sides of the genocide story through the opening of a trade school. ATN has expanded to include ministering to prostitutes. Caleb and Jenny are also helping with a church plant in their rural community.
Kevin and Lisa Vance - Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Kevin and Lisa began working with Greenville Oaks in 2010. Their vision was to plant a church in the inner city of Regina, Saskatchewan, to spread the love of Christ to the First Nations peoples and others in the community.
Mission trips provide opportunities for individuals and families to travel together to various locations (in and out of the U.S.) to serve and minister to others in the name of Jesus. The trips often support the work of missionaries sponsored by Greenville Oaks.
Greenville Oaks has worked with the church in El Valle since 2011 and regularly travels there each December.
Greenville Oaks has operated a sports camp at the Corozal Church of Christ Primary School each July since 2015.
#For Collin County
Grounded in our mission, vision, and values, we believe that Greenville Oaks is called to provide hope and peace in the face of fear and anxiety. We want to be a church that cares for our community in addition to the members of our church. We also believe that spiritual growth and discipleship happens when we serve, both individually and with our families. #ForCollinCounty is an ongoing community focus to help those who live around us.