Around the World

FCF Church seeks to create partnerships and build relationships that support, encourage and strengthen other local churches at home and abroad.
Prior to Covid, teams of adults and high school students traveled nationally and internationally to support our global church partners by working together on construction, expansion, and renovation projects, while building relationships, engaging in kids’ ministry, and connecting with local communities.



Over two decades ago, a couple of Argentinian missionaries sensed the call of God to the Dominican Republic. Through their response and efforts the Accion Misionera Iglesia de Deos was launched, which gave birth to a host of local churches. It is our privilege to partner with five of those churches through financial and leadership support, construction projects, and support for children’s ministries as they help their local communities reach their God-given potential in:

La Romana (Benito and Yira Rodriquez), Palmares (Juan and Mariam Santos Lugo), Moises (Leonardo and Odete Ramirez), Jarabacoa (Frances and Carmen Mejia), Santiago (Ignacio and Florangel de la Cruz)


At 24 years old, Abner Rodriguez felt dismayed daily in Piedras Negras as he passed the abandoned church whose sign still read “Victory.” Painting over the sign out of frustration, he sensed God calling him to start something new in that old, abandoned church. In response, Abner started Nuevo Pacto (New Covenant), today a church of 2,000 people spread across 20 sites. It is our honor to partner with Abner through financial assistance, prayer support, leadership training, and ministry resources.


In 1993, Mark and Chris Currie moved their young family to Moscow, Russia when they sensed the call of God to serve in the spiritual awakening that coincided with the fall of the former Soviet Union. In 1995, they planted New Hope Church where they have been helping those in their local community discover their God-given potential. It is our privilege to partner with Mark and Chris through financial support and leadership development.


Barnabas Fund supports projects which assist the persecuted church worldwide. The projects aim to strengthen Christian individuals, churches, and their communities by providing material and spiritual support. Through Barnabas Fund, FCF is supporting pastors and evangelists in Pakistan and the translation of Scripture and other faith-based materials into native languages.


We are so thankful for the opportunity to have been a part of six building projects throughout Peru. Through construction support for church buildings and Christian schools, we’ve had the privilege to witness the amazing things that God is doing through local churches in Peru.


We’ve appreciated the opportunity to partner with Pastor David Hansen to help with the construction of a church building and a Christ-centered school connected to the local church in Chiclayo. We are so thankful for all of the amazing relationships we’ve been able to build with the people of Chiclayo and the blessing these buildings will be for the people in this community.


In Iquitos, we had the opportunity to partner with long time missionaries, Steve and Theresa Ford, to help rebuild a local church building devastated by flood. Not only did we have the opportunity to build a place for the church in Iquitos to meet, but we were blessed to build lasting relationships with our brothers and sisters in Christ in Peru.


We are thankful for our friends in Yurimaguas for their hospitality and devotion to the mission God has given them. We appreciate the opportunity to partner with the local church in Yurimaguas to construct a new church building. It was a privilege to work alongside them and see the way that God is using them to move people all around them toward their potential.