Outreach ministry

Jesus said in Matthew 4:19 "Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men." 

Reaching out to the lost with the love of Jesus and the message of hope is the

greatest work you can do for the Kingdom of God! There are many lost and hurting

people all over the Siouxland area. If you have a desire to be a part of

outreach ministry, we have opportunities for you at FWC

  • Council on Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence

    The Council on Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Shelter provides around the clock services to men, women, and children who are victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. FWC Outreach purchases and delivers specific supplies for the shelter.

  • FWC Food Pantry

    FWC Food Pantry is available for anyone who is in need of assistance with non-perishable food items. FWC Food Pantry is open the third Saturday of every month from 10am to noon. Emergency food assistance available by contacting the church office. It is our privilege to serve our community.


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  • SIOUXLAND warming shelter

    The Siouxland Warming Shelter provides a warm place for the homeless to stay the night. The shelter is open from November 1 to April 30 and currently serves an average of 90 people per night. FWC Outreach purchases and delivers specific supplies needed for the shelter.

  • Cook Park Outreach

    The Cook Park Outreach - our goal is to seek heart to heart connections with people of all ages just by being ourselves, paying attention and simply being truly interested in others.  Cook Park Outreach takes place from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

  • SIOUXLAND soup kitchen

    The Siouxland Soup Kitchen serves free dinner to an average of 65 to 70 people every day. FWC Outreach serves in the meal preparation and is scheduled several times this year.

meet our missionaries

"And then he told them, Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone."

Mark 16:15

  • Russ Adams Ministries

    Cairo, Egypt

    Russ & Judi Jo Adams are considered modern day pioneers. Their journey began

    riding rickshaws through India in 1993, when Russ Adams Ministries Int’l was launched. 

    Traveling to over 40 countries, they have seen first hand the cry of the lost & the social injustices in the world.  XploreNations Bible College was born to “train leaders, and impact nations.

    A dream that began in 2007 in Cairo, Egypt  has grown to over 50 campuses & more than 1,500 students worldwide.  They are passionately mentoring men & women to “go” all over the world fulfilling their destinies.

  • Sioux City Gospel Mission

    The Gospel Mission continually adapts to the needs of our community by offering a variety of programs and services to address the complex needs of the homeless in the Siouxland area. Their lifeskills program services include:

    • Increased Bible study and discipleship
    • Alcoholism relapse prevention
    • Financial management training
    • Work assessment and improvement
    • Personal skill set inventory and awareness
    • Job seeking and interviewing skills
    • GED classes in partnership with local resources
    • Most Excellent Way discipleship

    The core of what they do is to focus on bringing hope to all who trust their lives to the Lord. 

  • Siouxland Christian School

    The mission of Siouxland Christian School is to assist parents in raising Godly childrenbyc providing academic excellence in a Christ-honoring environment. Siouxland Christian School is the only comprehensive, non-denominational Christian school in the tri-state area.  Serving students from Iowa, South Dakota, and Nebraska, they offer a Christ-centered and family oriented environment where our children, and yours, are able to be trained in the way they should go so that when they are old, they will not depart (Proverbs 22:6).



  • Abundant life ministries - john & Eileen fethkenher

    Both John & Eileen are ordained ministers who primarily taught internationally in established Bible schools.  Both graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center in Broken Arrow, OK; John in 1988 and Eileen in 1989.  In 1999 they began taking mission trips to Asia and eventually moving to Thailand teaching classes in Bible Schools and going on outreaches. In 2012 they expanded  ministry to Spain and Colombia.  

     

    John and Eileen currently minister and teach within the Native American communities. 

     

  • Scott & Sue Behrman - Mission of Life Ministries

    nepal

    Scott and Sue served as senior pastors for many years and recently took a step of faith to join Scott’s parents, Bill and Ginger Behrman in “Mission of Life, Behrman Ministries”. With this move they have positioned themselves to embrace the call to empower the church to take the gospel where it has never gone before. They also serve with AIMS and are taking the training to reach unreached people groups across the globe.

  • Stan & Christine Boyd

    ABIGAIL Hope Home

    India


  • Harry &  Karen Wilson - Harry Wilson Ministries

    guatemala

    Harry and Karen have been married for 35 years. Harry is a 1980 graduate of the charter class of Victory Bible Institute, a ministry of Victory Christian Center; Tulsa, Oklahoma. Both are 1981 graduates of Rhema Bible Training Center, a ministry of Kenneth Hagin Ministries. Together in1994 they pioneered Cornerstone Family Church in Fort Collins, Colorado. During the last 10 years they have traveled and ministered in many different countries. The Wilson's now make their home in Antigua, Guatemala.Their vision is to strengthen churches, disciple nationals through Destiny School of Ministry and show the love of God through outreaches and special projects. They believe that Guatemala's best days are ahead and God has amazing things in store for this nation.