What is Faith Promise?

This offering is comprised of individual commitments to give a specific amount to cross-cultural missions, as God provides, over the next year.

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The Faith Promise is our sole means of providing numerous missionaries with financial support.

This offering is comprised of individual commitments to give a specific amount to cross-cultural missions, as God provides, over the next year. It should expand, rather than decrease or replace, our normal giving. As new missionaries step out in faith, the needs continue to grow. Join your church family in responding to these laborers as well as the other missionaries we already support.

This commitment is non-binding, but seriously undertaken. All participants fill out a card describing their commitment which are turned in on the Sunday morning of our Mission Conference or sometime afterwards. Throughout the next year, we designate our commitments as “Faith Promise.”

There are many creative ways we can free up resources in order to fulfill and increase our Faith Promise: Reduce our living expenses, control our spending habits, adjust our lifestyle and make personal sacrifices. These may lead us to cut back on things like cable TV, magazine subscriptions, entertainment, eating out, new clothes, etc. While these things fade away, the work of missions has eternal results.

In writing about the Macedonian church Paul commented, “…they gave as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability…” (2 Cor. 8:3). He was encouraging the church in Corinth to give generously to the work of the gospel, all with the reminder that “Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver” (2 Cor. 9:7). All believers should pursue such a spirit of giving.

Prayerfully consider what amount the Lord would have you commit to missions in the year between the conferences. Join us in this challenging exercise of trusting God to provide all our needs as we seek to partner with the work of the gospel overseas. And remember; the Faith Promise benefits the giver as well as the recipient (Acts 20:35)!


Faith Promise Commitment


Actual Expenses


Faith Promise Given

US Missionaries

Unless otherwise indicated, all of our supported stateside missionaries are either with Reformed University Fellowship (RUF), the Campus Ministry of the PCA or with Mission to North America (MNA), the church planting agency of the PCA.

Dan & Michelle Rogers, Church Planting, Dorchester, MA, MNA
Hernando & Debbie Saenz, PCA Hispanic Church Coordinator, MNA

Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) Agencies

  • Administrative Committee
  • Covenant College
  • Covenant Seminary
  • Christian Discipleship Ministry
  • Ridge Haven

Local Ministries

  • Bethany Christian Services
  • Eagle Ranch
  • Gainesville Care Center
  • Gateway House
  • Good News at Noon
  • Good News at Noon Clinic
  • Guest House
  • Hall County Mentoring
  • Hospice
  • Center Point Ministries
  • Young Life

Cross-Cultural Missionaries

Unless otherwise indicated, all of our supported global missionaries are with Mission to the World (MTW), the Mission Agency of the PCA.

  • Paul & Sarah Taylor, MTW Asia Area Director
  • Thailand: Tim & Rhianna Mills
  • Japan: Darlene Johnson
  • Taiwan: Becky White


  • Bulgaria: Gary & Tammy Elliott, Greg & Susan Johnston, Pete & Renee Roman, Dal & Beth Stanton
  • Slovakia: Miriam Grady, Bo & Brynne Lancaster
  • Germany: Sam & Elizabeth Goodwin, Pamyla Burrack, Brian & Megan Moore
  • Croatia: Branimir & Visnja Bucanovic, Reformed Christian Church in Croatia

Latin America

  • Chile: Johan & Stephanie van der Westhuizen


  • South Africa: John & Susan Shane, MTW Regional Director, Bruce & Barbara Wannemacher
  • Kenya: Sherwood & Bethany Griggs, Living Hope Ministries Orphanage
  • Zimbabwe: Mike & Robin McMahan

Global Ministries

  • Linda Summer, Agape Puppets

International Xchange Organization

  • Gary & Linda Johnson, IXO