MISSIONS

"Sympathy is no substitute for action." --David Livingstone - missionary to Africa

Foreign Missions

We share financially with all the missions listed below and have sent work teams to many of them. Our desire is to learn about their lives, the places they live, and to encourage them in their work. Plans are in the works for several mission trips in the months ahead - opportunities where you could work, serve and learn alongside these people.  Click here to see more information and the schedule for upcoming mission trips.


Then Jesus came to them and said "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 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 teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. Matthew 28: 18-20

  • EACM promotes the establishing of Christian churches in Kenya and Uganda. They work with others to develop projects, schools and famine relief. 

  • Here are a few specific ways members of the Urban Poor Team serve in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

    • Run a hospice project that provides palliative care for those afflicted with cancer and HIV/AIDS
    • Teach leadership and English classes
    • Mentor and teach children's groups and classes
    • Lead in-depth Bible studies
  • IDES exists to meet physical and spiritual needs of suffering people throughout the world in the name of Jesus Christ.

    Photo Caption: Libby Christian Church is packing food to ship to missionaries throughout the world that partner with IDES. This food helps missionaries feed hungry families - opening a door to build lasting relationships and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ - feeding both the body and the soul. 

  • Mision Caribe - reaching the people of Central America through church planting evangelism and a Bible Institute. 

  • Pioneer Bible Translators exists to disciple the Bibleless, mobilizing God's people to provide enduring access to God's Word. Our vision is to see transformed lives through God's Word in every language. The work is not finished until there are networks of churches using Scripture to grow, mature, and multiply, in every language group on earth. 



  • Harvest Initiative has been in Nicaragua full time since 1995 working to catalyze community development projects. Three Christian schools have been founded with the help of committed Nicaraguan co-workers. A big part of our job is helping the Nicaraguan leaders equip the churches to reach out as Christ reached out to a people tangled in vices and ground down by poverty and hopelessness. So far we have helped the new churches establish ministries such as an agricultural loan program, a technical vocational shop, a small business incubator and water projects. 

  • Philippine Mission

    Kay Davidson and her staff work with the Philippine Department of Social Services caring for children who are abandoned, abused, neglected and malnourished. The staff helps families care for their children if possible, but some come to live in the home or are placed as adoptions or with foster families.

Local Missions

We love our small community nestled in the Cabinet Mountains. It's a remote place, (just ask anyone who tries to get a flight here!) but that is part of what we love about it. You really have to want to be here to get here and call it home. Our hope is that we can reach out and love and serve our town in generous and creative ways. We want to give back, encourage and strengthen our community - all in the name of Jesus. 

Below are a few way we are trying to do that...

  • Food Pantry

    Libby Christian Church Food Pantry's mission is to have a good variety of nourishing food to serve the needs of all who request our help. We pray those in need will sense God's love as their need for food is met.


    The Food Pantry and the Mission Shop are both open on Thursdays from

    10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Food Pantry is located behind the main church building and can be accessed from the River Road. 



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  • Mission Shop

    The Mission Shop has clean, good, used clothing available for free to anyone who can use it. Things like sheets, blankets and small household items are available as well. 


    The Food Pantry and the Mission Shop are both open on Thursdays from

    10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Mission Shop is behind the main church building and can be accessed from Pipe Creek Road.





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  • Change for a Dollar

    Change for a Dollar - it's a simple idea. We've asked everyone in the church to contribute one extra dollar a week into special boxes at the back of the church marked "Change for a Dollar". The "CFAD" team has gotten together and planned creative and fun ways to use the money in and for our community. Money has been used to buy down the price of gas at the pump, purchased Valentine date night dinners at local restaurants, provided 100's of gallons of free milk from Rosauers as well as lots of Thanksgiving turkeys. Change for a Dollar has gotten school supplies for working families with kids, as well as new shoes, fitness memberships, health counseling, and new bathroom towel dispensers for local businesses...and more! It's a fun way to encourage people in our town and let them know that we appreciate them.

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