Why Missions:
We believe missions fulfill the Great Commission commanded by Jesus. The call to make disciples locally and globally. Acts 1:8 calls us “to the ends of the earth”. Practically speaking we know we are not all called to go live in Africa, but some are.
The call to missions is fulfilled through the mantra Pray, Give, and Go.
We are to pray for the nations, we are to support and give generously to building God’s kingdom worldwide, and we are called go to the ends of the earth. Missions help connect us to what is going on in the world and to see the bigger picture of God’s kingdom. Seeing what is happening in another context and in our local community creates the opportunity to gain new perspective and inspiration to serve and love Him more.
How We Partner: 
How do we decide to who to support?
With so many wonderful ministries and missionaries, it is impossible to support them all! Some years ago, our staff and elder board identified three guiding principles for missions support.
We want to partner with
gospel-centered people and organizations that focus on the following:
Missions Newsletter
Click on the image below to get the latest updates.
July 2022
October 2021
Email Pastor Chad Fagundes about partnership.
Why We Give To Missions: 
Generosity is the fruit of proper Biblical understanding of ownership. I’m convinced by the psalmist words, “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it”.
God is the source, provider, creator, and owner.
Understanding this truth is the first principle in handling our money well. Our role isn’t to “give back” to God but manage the resources He asked us to invest for His Kingdom’s sake.
We give at Koinonia Church because we know God is expecting a return according to the story of the talents in Matthew 25. We give to invest in the Kingdom-building ministries He set before us.
I believe when you give; ‘you are saying to God, you’re in charge, God, and everything I have is available to You for Your Kingdom.’

Koinonia Church will be collecting backpacks for 13 – 18 years old at Refuge House on  Sunday, July 24 & 31st. 

Bring in your bag donation to the Koinonia Church lobby from 9 am – 1 pm on July 24th and July 31st. If you want to donate a backpack after July 31st, you can drop if off at Refuge Armona

If you are unable to donate bags, then you can purchase a $35 gift card from target, Walmart, or staples or Sponsor a filled backpack for a child for $35 to donate. Gift card donations can be dropped off at the Refuge House and placed in the white locked box at the base of the ramp or feel free to message us for pick up.

The back-to-school event will be on August 6th from 9 – 11am. So if you are a barber or stylist or knows someone who would be willing to volunteer their time and offer free haircuts for kids, please reach out to Refuge Armona! If you have any questions, please contact refugearmona@gmail.com!

You can donate now by heading to www.kchanford.com/checkout and select ‘Refuge House’! 
Missions Events Coming Soon

Monthly Missions Support

Click on any of the links below to learn more about each organization, sign up for their newsletter updates or get involved.
Global Partners:
Acton Family, Mozambique: Email jeffreyacton@gmail.com to subscribe to their email updates.
Refugee Crisis, e3 and YWAM:
Newsletter updates:
Tamayo Family, Taiwan: Email tamayosinasia@gmail.com to subscribe to their email updates.
School of Transformation: Email roberto@semilla.org to subscribe to their email updates.