Missions: Global Compassion
We support partners around the world in their efforts to serve communities in need, while echoing the love of Jesus in different cultural contexts. Learn below about ways to get involved in trips, advocacy, or prayer.
Below are trips we are planning in 2023. More information will be added when available.
Echo Compassion supports global missionaries, organizations, and pastors that align with our vision and emphasize Kingdom impact — serving the marginalized, loving those in need, and sharing the story of Jesus.
Pastor Nazareno Marciel
Helps local churches from poor areas of Brazil’s northwest regions. These churches host Compassion projects with more than 700 kids. Through this partnership, we’ve had the opportunity to help build a local church and provide relief efforts during COVD.
Pastor Billy Lapuz
JILGM is ministering to families and street children in the province of Pampanga. They also have a feeding program for about 30 to 50 children. Pastor Billy’s focus is to disciple, develop leaders, and hopes to plant other churches in the region in the future.
Pastor Mathieu Koumarianos
Gospel music is very popular in French culture. Paris Gospel leverages this to create an environment where people can find community while participating in a hobby they enjoy, all the while being exposed to the gospel of Jesus and then being invited to My Gospel Church. Pastor Mathieu’s team is very intentional with connecting with nonbelievers and creating meaningful relationships that will draw them to God.
Pastor Antonio Hernandez
Pastor Antonio runs a drug rehab for men, women, and youth as young as 11 years of age. His centers have a feeding program that serves approximately 170 people. Many of the people he helps through the rehab center are not welcomed back into the local churches. Building a church will allow those who complete the program and make the decision to follow Jesus to find a church home. With this partnership, we have been able to send teams to help build some of their facilities and connect with the community through food programs and VBS for the kids.
Pastor Philip Malicdem
In addition to Sunday services, Kapilya Pag-asa is dedicated to outreach and loving their neighbors through feeding programs for families and for several street children in the area. They also minister to the sick by visiting patients at local hospitals, prisoners in local prisons, and the poor in the area. They have a livelihood program that pairs mothers/women learning to sew tote bags with youth that help to paint or design the tote bags to be sold.