Missions is a big part of everything we do. As believers, we've all been given a mandate by Christ to “Go and make disciples of all nations.”  LIFE Fellowship endeavors to advance the Kingdom of Heaven in our "Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” (Acts 1:8)

We do this locally by serving the community around us. We also support others around the world who are bringing the love of Christ to areas outside of our personal reach. Keep scrolling to learn more about the missionaries we support!

  • Mike & Mary Bave

    Pembrokeshire, Wales

    Deployed since October 2012, Mike and Mary Bave are the pastors of Bethel Chapel, an historic Baptist church in the town of Pembroke Dock, where they lead the congregation in community outreach and provide vital, spiritual life required for this needy community. The Baves also oversee “Bethel Restaurant” –– serving full dinners at low cost; the Upper Room Cafe, and Foodbank, a ministry providing groceries to those referred by social services.

  • Robin Bruckenstein

    Jerusalem, israel

    Robin serves as a missionary for Chosen People Ministries. CPM exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same. The mission was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1894 by Rabbi Leopold Cohn, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant with a zeal to share the knowledge of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah with God’s chosen people. Today, Chosen People Ministries serves in eighteen countries across the globe.



    Boston Dream Center began in 2013 as FreedomBoston in downtown Boston. The heart of what we do is Christ-centered urban outreach, meeting the needs of people in our city through care and compassion ministries, groups, and outreaches. In 2014, the ministry expanded, and Boston Dream Center was launched.


    The purpose of Boston Dream Center is to reach out to individuals and families, especially the lost, lonely, wounded, and forgotten people in our city, by providing care and compassion services, designed to meet short-term and long-term needs in the areas of emotional and spiritual care, education, addiction, hunger, poverty, homelessness, as well the needs of those in prison.

  • Foursquare Children of promise


    FCOP International is a ministry dedicated to building the kingdom of God

    through meeting urgent needs and doing good deeds to bring holistic health

    to hurting and oppressed people. Just a few ways they do this:

    • Operate 106 church/orphan homes throughout Cambodia

    • Care for 3,000 orphans and separated children each year

    • Rescue, train, equip and release sexually trafficked young women



    Foursquare Missions International (FMI) deploys and supports trained U.S. missionaries to share the gospel, develop ministry leaders, and cultivate healthy church movements worldwide. With over 88,000 ministers in 70,000 churches and meeting places serving more than 8 million members around the world.

  • HAITI Sewing School

    Cabaret, Republic of Haiti

    Investment in an orphanage has led to investment in a Cabaret Sewing School for the children of Haiti that is providing a tangible and practical future for these beautiful children as they transition into adulthood. 

  • Maoz Israel

    Tel Aviv, Israel

    Maoz Israel Ministries, a Messianic Jewish ministry in Israel, is a catalyst and vehicle for outreach, training, translating, publishing, music recording, video production, economic and disaster relief, and has established and underwrites a Hebrew indigenous Messianic Jewish congregation in Tel Aviv. 

    Led by Ari & Shira Sorko-Ram, Maoz exists to be a witness of the Good News to the people of Israel in outreach, discipleship and raising up godly Israeli leaders until the day when "All Israel Shall be Saved."   

  • Tim & Kristina O’Toole

    Galway, Ireland

    Deployed since September 2011, Tim and Kristina O’Toole's assignment has taken them to Galway on the west coast of Ireland with a vision to see the spiritually seeking people of Ireland connected to God. God is directing them to achieve this by equipping the Irish to plant and lead Irish churches. The mission of Ireland Crossroads is twofold: to raise up Irish pastors to plant Irish churches, ensuring that Christian Irish culture will live on and be passed down to successive generations; and to meet practical needs in the community through Serve The City Galway ––leading volunteers to partner with and serve city council, social workers, refugees, and others in need.


  • Rolen & Sarah Wiesenauer

    miradi, Niger

    Rolen and Sarah are soon to be missionaries with SIM, originally the Sudan Interior Mission. SIM has been launching Christian workers into ministry since 1893, bringing good news to people who are living and dying without the gospel. The Wiesenauer's will be serving in Children's Ministry in Miradi, Niger, West Africa.