Why We Partner

Because the Home Church was planted as an apostolic work, we believe in planting and supporting other ministries. We believe that every human being has a right to hear and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Because of this, we partner with and train ministries that reach people with no access to the Gospel, often in difficult circumstances.

Global Missions

Missions Month

October is Missions Month. We celebrate work God is doing around the world, specifically through Home Church’s global partners. Enjoy engaging speakers from amongst our partners and others, as well as immersive cultural experiences from the nations in which we minister.

GO Team

Do you want to reach the world from your Campbell home? The GO Team interacts with our global partners and supports them through prayer and encouragement, and assists them with resourcing their mission. For more information, contact the GO Team.

Missions Trips

We have mission trips available for you to be a part of the work of our global partners. Teach classes in Kurdistan, encourage believers in India, witness Christ in the Pacific Islands, and so many more. For info about upcoming trips, contact the GO Team.

Who We Partner With

Danny Lehmann

Danny Lehman, a longtime veteran of the YWAM (Youth With A Mission) movement

Faith & Roger

Home Church members Roger and Faith Shaw founded Ishimwe Rescue Home. A rescue home for abandoned children in Faith’s home country of Rwanda. Ishimwe means ‘Give thanks to God’ in the local language.

Over some 20 years, our partner Jeff Phillips and his family have planted numerous churches throughout South America, pioneered work in Kurdistan and Sierra Leone.

India Map

EMOS, our church planting partner in India. To date they have planted over 1,500 churches and baptized over 70,000 all over India.

Caleb Institute

The Caleb Institute in New Delhi, India. Biblical, post-graduate training of Hindi-speakers from all over Northern India.

World Missions

We support several partners who minister in politically and/or religiously restricted regions, who, for security reasons, remain anonymous.