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We serve global


Missions We Support:

Peace On Earth Ministries (POEM)

Since 1992 POEM has striven to deliver the peace that can be found in Jesus Christ to the nations,

"For He, Himself is our peace." Eph. 2:14,

Our Church believes in the importance of this mission and supports POEM in their efforts.

Good News Productions (GNPI)

"Accelerating global evangelism through media and technology."

GNPI equips the body of Christ with culturally relevant media and technology to accelerate global evangelism.


Manuelito Navajo Children's Home

"The most beautiful of God's creations blossoming in the New Mexico desert are the children of the Manuelito Children's Home."

Our Church is a huge supporter of the Navajo mission. The Manuelito Navajo Children's home is in Gallup, NM and under direction of the Gallup Church of Christ. The ministry provides 24hr care to children who would otherwise not receive it, ministers to single moms and operates as a Christian School.

Breaking Chains Ministry

This ministry is dedicated to caring for the street people in Honduras and housing young adults who are living on the street. This ministry is the anchor of a start-up congregation of about 100-150 where the very poorest folks in a very poor country are experiencing God's goodness for the first time.

Darrell Memorial Bible Institute

The vision of this organization is to train natives in Nigeria and Cameroon in the Word so that they can teach and preach the pure and unadulterated gospel of Jesus Christ effectively.

Souls Harbor

Joplin Homeless Shelter where they provide a warm bed and a hot meal to those in need.

Shiprock NM VBS

Every year a group of 15-25 members of the Mt. Hope family load up and head to Shiprock. In conjunction with the Church in Shiprock, they put on a VBS for the local children and a Bible class for the adults in the community. 

Navajo Reservation Preachers
Mt. Hope supports Dan Keele and Terry Laurence, two men who spend their time preaching, teaching,  and planting new churches on the Navajo Reservation in AZ.

Vida Nueva Ministries

Typically 20-30 youth and adults from Mt. Hope travel the last week of May-First of June each year to Vida Nueva Ministries outside of Piedras Negras, Mexico. They are in the process of building a high school. They are the only non-Catholic private school in the entire country of Mexico. Learn more at

The missions committee. Andy Wilson, older caucasion male who has dark and graying very short buzz cut and a goatee. He is wearing a black and white plaid shirt. Caleb House, young caucasion male, with short dark hair. Wearing a blue polo shirt. Matt Brock, middle aged caucasion male with a scruffy looking short beard, short dark hair, wearing a black dress shirt. Carol Harris, older caucasion woman with long grey hair and wearing glasses. Joyce Danner, older caucasion lady, with gray short hair. Wearing glasses and a black jacket with a zebra print trim. Paul and Melonie Cline. Paul is an older caucasion male with short gray hair and glasses. Melonie is an older caucasion woman with dark shorter hair that has a lot of volume. Patty Compton, late middle aged woman with chin length dark hair with bangs and glasses.

Meet Our Missions Committee: From Top Left 

Andy Wilson, Caleb House, Matt Brock, Carol Harris,

(Bottom Left) Joyce Danner, Paul & Melonie Cline, Patty Compton. 

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