“Untold millions are still untold.”—John Wesley

Christ Center and Missions

Christ Center is an avid supporter of foreign, domestic and campus mission work.

We currently support 13 missions and devote 10% of our total offerings to these causes. What that means is that when you give a tithe to Christ Center, we tithe on your tithe! We dedicate 10% of what comes in to our general offering every week and pass it on to the missionaries listed for support.

Global Mission Partners



Sri Lanka




Czech Republic




Czech Republic




Global Partners, as the international arm of The Wesleyan Church, partners with Wesleyan churches in the Africa, Caribe Atlantic, lberceAmerica, and Pacific areas while expanding ministry in Asia, Europe, and the Muslim world.

To receive more information about the ministries of Global Partners, please contact:
Global Partners
PO Box 50434
Indianapolis, IN 46250
E-mail: gphm@wesleyan.org

Local Mission Partners

Camp Verde, Arizona

Cottonwood, Arizona


Carol Stream, Illinois

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teach them to obey everything I have commanded you.”

The Great Commission  |  Matthew 28:19, NIV

Faith Promises Cards / Pledges

“…they gave as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability…” II Corinthians 8:3

What does giving have to do with missions? Shouldn’t that verse be in the stewardship column? God calls some people to leave everything that is familiar to them and go to a foreign land to preach the gospel. But God doesn’t deliver their paycheck by Angel Express. He uses you and me to do the delivering.

When we give our tithes and offerings we are giving a percentage of our income. When our income grows our giving goes up accordingly, and if our income is reduced so is our giving.

Tithes and offerings are what we give as we are able and are generally used to meet our church’s operating expenses as well as missions, events, and outreach that our church has committed to. Missionaries rarely receive all of the financial support they need from churches. This is where we, as individuals, get to take the place of Angel Express.

When we make a Faith Promise, God can use us to provide everything the missionaries need to do His work.

By faith we trust God to provide the needed money through us “even beyond our ability.” By giving in faith we allow God to use us as a conduit for His work. He will pour the money through us if we are willing to give it.

Making faith promises, following through with them, and watching God provide blesses the missionaries we support, blesses the people they serve, but most of all blesses us as we are used as a catalyst for God’s miracles.

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Since 1992 Nicky has worked in Mexico where she supports the national church in a variety of ways: teaching at the Bible school, discipling, developing curriculum, and training in evangelism and discipleship.

On August 6, 2005, Nicky married Arnulfo Purata, a Mexican pastor and teacher at the Wesleyan Bible school in Mexico. Together with their daughters, Amanda (2006) and Sophie (2010), they continue to serve the Mexican people in theological training and the raising up of the next generation of leaders. As the demographics of the church and country change and the national church continues to look for the best way to train leaders, please pray for their combined teaching ministries at the local, district, and national levels.

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up (Galatians 6:9 NIV).

Arnuifo 11.05
Nicky 10.09
Amanda 05.08.06
Sophia 02.16.10



Jason, and Kerensa, along with their children, Mollyn and Nehemiah, have been serving in the Czech Republic since 2005. They give leadership to Global Partners missionaries and national workers across the country.

Sadly, the Czech Republic remains one of the three most atheistic countries in the world. The McFredericks are sharing the truth of Christ with people who have long considered the story of Jesus a mere fairy tale. Jason, Kerensa, and their teams work to make disciples and to start Discovery Bible Groups so that new churches form all across the Czech Republic.

Pray for them as they seek to train and empower more local leaders in this next season of ministry. Pray for Czech people to know the truth and be set free! -John 8:32

Jason 02.12
Kerensa 08.15
Mollyn 06.20.03
Nehemiah 05.06.05



Phil and Becky Davis are long-term missionaries with Global Partners, serving since 1998. They have served in Suriname, Belgium, and now in the Philippines.

Phil and Becky teach at Asia Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS) in the Metro Manila area of the Philippines. APNTS provides a fully accredited master’s and doctoral level education from a Wesleyan-holiness perspective. Students come from various denominations and countries. The Davises’ purpose in ministry is to multiply their reach by equipping pastors, missionaries, and educators to minister in their own countries and in other places where Westerners are less effective. Their calling is to “equip his people for works of service” by using the gifts God has given them.

So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up (Ephesians 4:11-12 NIV).

Phil 12.11
Becky 09.25



Tomas was born in the Czech Republic and grew up as an atheist. At the age 15 he moved to the United States. While on his journey to the U.S., Tomas encountered God and prayed to receive Jesus as his Savior. For the last 14 years Tomas has been involved in youth and college ministries and, most recently, was the youth pastor at Riverside Wesleyan Church.

Misha grew up in the Czech Republic. She was about five years old when her family came to Christ as a result of American missionaries who, after the fall of communism, came to tell the Czech people about the gospel. She gave her life to Jesus when she was nine years old, and even as a child she was persecuted for her faith. Before Misha moved to the United States a few years ago, the Lord promised her that He would bring her back to the Czech Republic to minister to the Czech people.

Tomas and Misha believe God has been preparing them for ministry in the Czech Republic and has now called them to “go.” As a result, Global Partners has appointment them to long-term missionary service to the Czech Republic. The Lord has gifted them in music and sports, which are two of the most effective ways of reaching the Czech people for Jesus. They also desire to plant churches and help connect North American churches and missionaries with nationals. With very few Christian counselors in the Czech Republic, Misha also wants to use her background in counseling to help nationals with their problems.

But my life is worth nothing unless I use it for doing the work assigned ne by the Lord Jesus —the work of telling others the Good News about God’s wonderful kindness and love. —Acts 20:24 NLT

Tomas 7.6
Misha 5.12