Budapest, Hungary: Spring 2021
Missions are not just something we do. Its are a reflection of who we are. Jesus told us to “go and make disciples of all the nations” (Matthew 28:19 NLT) and because of this we want to share Jesus with our neighbors near and far. Partnering with missionaries and ministries who are effectively sharing God’s love is how we can do this best.
Landing Place Church resources missionaries in the US, Tanzania, Italy, Nepal, and Hungary. We also have strategic partnerships with Compassion International, One Hope, and World Gospel Outreach (WGO). On a regular basis we offer short term outreach (STO) trips to places like El Salvador, Guatemala, Hungary, and Honduras through these relationships.
We are happy to partner with the Bartimeus Foundation to help churches in Hungary serve those who are blind and partially sighted. The Bartimeus Foundation focuses on mentoring those who are visually impaired to become leaders in their churches and communities.Learn More
Serving one of the poorest areas of Pokhara, we partner with Kelly to create nurturing environments for at risk children. Care, education, and nutrition meet their practical needs and help them feel accepted into a family.Learn More
Inviting people into experiential encounters with God, the Testa family is equipping people to follow Jesus. They partner with us to plant churches and help develop discipleship centered families.Learn More
We partner with Andy because we believe in the value of corporate worship. His ministry, Unified Worship, assists churches in finding worship artists while mentoring leaders to fulfill their unique ministry callings.Learn More
We are proud to partner with Bishop Mpemba as he leads his congregation and other Jesus followers in and around Tanzania. Although forced to leave Tanzania due to religious persecution, he is using technology to teach in Swahili to a growing audience on YouTube and Facebook. His evangelism changes the course of peoples lives through the power of the Holy Spirit.
With Christ as their foundation and God's design for family as their aim, the Fehr's work with a group called Advancing Hope which seeks to reunite exploited and trafficked children with their families and communities. By partnering with the Fehrs we are part of helping families in Kenya be transformed by Jesus.
Due to global travel uncertainty, short term outreach (STO) trips for 2021 are TBD.