Citylight Church partners with many who serve both locally and abroad to bring the good news of Jesus to all people. Learn more about the international workers and local organizations we support below.
My goal is to encourage the teens, equip them to live out their faith, and introducing Jesus to those that don’t know Him and thereby adding to the community of believers in Dublin.
Founder and Director of Global Friends Omaha, an outreach ministry to refugees and international students, located in Omaha, NE, connecting with over 120 international students each week.
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Currently teaching middle school students in Chihuahua, Mexico as their parents serve in the ministry of Ethnos360 among the unreached people groups of Northern Mexico.
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inCOMMON Community Development alleviates poverty at a root level by uniting and strengthening vulnerable neighborhoods, transforming them through neighbors themselves.
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Dave & Chris Manfred
Phnom Pehn, Cambodia
Serving in Cambodia with the Alliance since 1995, joining with the Lord to see Him bring practical help to hurting people through medicine and education.
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Luke and Yami Manna
Serving the refugee communities of Omaha with Embrace the Nations. We seek to welcome the refugee, love them “without borders,” and empower their new life in America.
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Keith and Sarah Neigenfind
Our hope is to make a kingdom impact on college students and the future educators of Thailand. Our goal is to see a church plant started in the area as well.
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Director of Operations at Global Friends with cross-cultural experience in food security projects, surgical hospital oversight, and various agricultural projects.
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Tou Lee & Tang Thao
Envision Site Coordinators in Bangkok helping reach and mobilize university students, young professionals, women, and children in Red Light Districts to Envision teams and interns.
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Jeff and Heather Williams
Phnom Pehn, Cambodia
Working with the Urban Ministry Training Center, pulling together a new Addiction Rehab Project, and facilitating work with the Vietnamese people living in Cambodia.
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