JOURNEY
MISSIONS


Jesus gave this command to his disciples, "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" (Matthew 28:19). Journey believes in carrying on this mission by supporting various projects and missionaries all over the world. 

  • Rapha International

    Rapha International is a ministry that exists to love, rescue, and bring healing to women and children who have been victimized by human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Through their aftercare facilities, vocational training, community partnerships, and prevention programs like Kids Club, Rapha International is changing Southeast Asia and Haiti. Rapha International believes that Jesus is the Great Healer and can restore broken lives.


    Locations: Southeast Asia and Haiti

    Web: rapha.org

  • Casas por Cristo

    Casas por Cristo provides housing for those in need through week-long missions trips. They transform empty lots into a safe and secure home for those in need. Missions trip volunteers are able to experience first hand the effects of poverty in our world. Each family that receives a home, receives a tangible gift of the faithfulness and unconditional love of Jesus Christ.


    Locations: Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Mexico

    Web: casasporcristo.org

  • 20 for 20

    20 for 20 feeds and teaches job skills to the underprivileged children of Argentina. Your monthly support of $20 will provide a child with 20 days of nutrition and job skill training. 20 for 20 also encourages children to stay in school and provides high school-aged students access to basic job training for work in: carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and other skilled trades. This provides opportunities for them to earn an income.


    Location: Argentina

    Web: 20for20argentina.org

  • Impact

    Impact is a college focused ministry. Impact strives to share The Gospel of Christ and be a beacon of hope in the academic world. Currently, Impact works on two campuses in Colorado, Colorado State University and the University of Northern Colorado. 


    Locations: Greeley, CO & Fort Collins, CO

    Web: impactingcolorado.com

  • Serve 6.8

    SERVE 6.8 is a Christian nonprofit organization that specializes in mobilizing, resourcing, and connecting the local church to care for people in Northern Colorado. We partner with 50+ churches to offer ministries to meet physical needs while pointing people back Christ and a church community.  Journey partners with Serve 6.8 in their Resource Center, Community Impact and Adopt-a-Family Ministries. 


    Location: Northern Colorado

    Web: serve68.org

  • Local Schools

    Journey is proud to support three local schools: Ann K. Heiman Elementary, Prairie Heights Middle, and Frontier Academy (Secondary).


    Locations: Greeley, CO & Evans, CO

    Web: Ann K. Heiman

    Web: Prairie Heights

    Web: Frontier Academy


  • Northern Colorado Youth for Christ

    Youth For Christ works together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus.


    Youth for Christ uses a variety of methods to reach teens such as: a free skate park, coffee shop, community service projects, and a discipleship program.


    Locations: Greeley, CO

    Web: ncyfc.org

  • Sterling Correctional Facility

    coming soon...


    Location: Sterling, CO

  • Simon Godpresence & Bethel Christian Church

    coming soon...


    Location: Eldoret, Kenya

    Web: Bethel's Facebook Page

  • Camp Como

    coming soon...


    Location: Como, CO

    Web: campcomo.com

  • The Genesis Project of Northern Colorado

    coming soon...


    Location: Greeley, CO

    Web: genesisprojectnoco.org

  • Brendon Paladichuk

    coming soon...

  • Alec Street

    coming soon...

  • Amanda Page

    coming soon...

  • THe Huddlestons

    Chad and Jennifer Huddleston, along with their five children, Anika, Josiah, Caleb, Katia and Gideon, currently serve as missionaries to the country of Japan. The city of Ishinomaki was one of the most devastated areas following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. The Huddleston’s felt a call from God to be a part of restoring the lives of the people there. In the months following the disaster, the Huddlestons moved their family to Ishinomaki. The Huddlestons currently serve the local community and help strengthen the local church.


    Location: Japan

    Web: b-1.jp

  • North African Mission

    Many countries in parts of northern Africa are extremely hostile towards the Gospel and are devoted to the Muslim religion. As a part of Journey’s mission to share the gospel with all parts of the world, we have decided to partner with individuals who at times risk their lives to share the good news of Jesus. Through various avenues, these people are being salt and light in a world full of darkness. Due to the sensitive nature of the work being done, we cannot share any specific information regarding their work including their names or locations.


    Location: Restricted

    Web: none

  • The Schmidts

    coming soon...

  • The Owens

    The Owens work through an organization called CRU that is committed to sharing the love of Jesus Christ with young people throughout the world. Turkey is one of the most unreached countries in the world, with only seven other countries having fewer missionaries per capita. Turkey has the lowest percentage of evangelical Christians in the country at 0.009%. Due to the difficulty of sharing the Gospel outright, CRU uses sports to reach the lost. Many people in the country of Turkey enjoy participating in various athletic programs, and CRU uses this as a door to share the Gospel with them.


    Location: Turkey

    Web: cru.org

  • Lost Children of Peru

    coming soon...


    Location: Comas and Carabayllo, Peru

    Web: lostchildren.org