Missions Matching Grant to Help Crossworld Connect with the World’s Least-Reached People

Up to $50,000 in gifts will be matched by an anonymous donor through Dec. 31.

Kansas City, MO, October 20, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Reaching the world with the gospel has never been easy.

And it’s getting harder. Requests for visas from religious workers are turned away with increasing frequency.

But that doesn’t mean we should give up on world missions. It means we need a different approach.

Crossworld believes there’s a better way: Sending not only vocational religious workers but also dedicated followers of Christ to use their vocational skills around the globe. Skilled men and women contribute to the local economy, create jobs and demonstrate the love of Christ in a natural way.

An anonymous donor has laid a foundation to further this mission: This contributor has agreed to match up to $50,000 in gifts given to Crossworld by Saturday, Dec. 31.

“We’re honored that someone has so believed in our cause that they’ve offered this generous gift and given many others the opportunity to be a part of fulfilling the Great Commission through this matching grant,” said Crossworld President Dale Losch. “We appreciate the generosity of everyone who participates.”

Crossworld, based in Kansas City, Mo., is a global missions organization committed to fulfilling the Great Commission. Our non-traditional approach places mechanics, engineers and other professionals alongside frontline missionaries in today’s changing world. About 350 people serve with Crossworld worldwide.

Crossworld is devoted to sharing the gospel with the world’s least-reached people. While these populations used to be hidden in deep forests and jungles, today they live in dense neighborhoods of the world’s greatest cities and in the high rises of affluent capitals.
Debi Stack