Missions

‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ - Matthew 25

charlie-lanterLiberty Road Faith Fellowship seeks through Missions to be the hands and feet of Christ in today’s world, caring for the poor, the sick, the imprisoned, and the lonely in His name. This is accomplished through gifts of time and resources.

Missions funding comes from four sources:

  • Designated Offerings
    • Six Sundays of Sharing Offerings
    • Disaster Relief Offerings
    • Innkeeper’s Offering
  • God Provides
    • Unexpected Income Dedicated to Missions
  • Kroger Plus Card Community Rewards Program
  • Congregational offerings designated for Missions Work

Past / Present Missions Support

  • The Salvation Army Homeless Shelter
  • Smile Train
  • Living Water International
  • God’s Pantry
  • Lexington Rescue Mission
  • Galilean Home
  • Mission Society
  • Simon House
  • Haiti Christian Mission
  • Women’s Club Back to School Clothing Project
  • Samaritan’s Purse
  • Tutoring Children and Assisting Teachers at Liberty Elementary School
  • Olive Branch Ministries
  • Assistance to Individuals

Past / Present Hands-On Missions Activities

  • LemonAid Stands worked by Children
  • Bell-Ringing for Salvation Army
  • Walk for Warmth Benefiting Lexington Rescue Mission
  • Feeding Guests at Ronald MacDonald House
  • Serving Meals to Church Family with Illness and Death

The Biblical basis for our Missions work comes from Matthew 25. Work is directed by the Committee on Missions, which prepares an annual report to the congregation and a monthly report to the Administrative Board. Requests for assistance should be directed to the committee chairperson through Norma Smither at 859-277-0420.

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