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Missions

Solid Rock Family Church is reaching around the world with the message of Hope and Compassion of Jesus Christ through sending Missions Teams to build homes for the homeless in Mexico, conduct Women’s Conferences and Pastor/Leadership Conferences, sponsoring orphans in Kenya, as well as helping support Missionaries.

Solid Rock Family Church seeks to fulfill the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ to “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…” (Matthew 28:19).  

The Scriptural purpose of the involvement of Solid Rock in missions is:

  • To fulfill the Great Commission of Christ (Matthew 28:19-20, Mark 16:15, Luke 24:17, John 20:21).
  • To share Christ’s love for the world (Luke 10:2, Matt 9:36-38, Matthew. 18:10-14).
  • To minister to the totality of human need (Matthew 25:31-46, Luke 16:9, Luke 16:19-31, Luke 10:2).
  • To bring men and women to the knowledge of God and to His redeeming grace (John 3:16, Romans 10: 13-15).
  • To obey Christ by confessing Him to the world (Matthew 10:32-33, Matthew 25:41-46).

Jesus shed His blood on Calvary’s cross for all humankind, every people group, every individual, and He has given to all of us who are a part of His church the directive to take His Gospel to the ends of the earth. Therefore, we remain steadfastly committed to taking the living Gospel to a dying world — the Good News of hope and salvation to “Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

January 2017 Missions To Myanmar (Burma)

In January Pastors Darryl and Darlene traveled to Myanmar to conduct 2 conferences. At the invitation of Pastor Khamh Lian Thang, Darlene directed their very first 2 day Ladies Conference with women coming from all over Taunggyi. The women gathered with so much excitement and expectancy and God showed up in a powerful way.  So many were touched by the Spirit of God.  Also, a one day Marriage Conference was held at Pastor's Khamh's church and the husbands and wives were clearly ministered to.  At the end of the day, everyone went through a marriage ceremony where each renewed their wedding vows one to the other.  What a wonderful time to see God mending homes and marriages.  Much emphasis was put on honoring and respecting one another.  One of the highlights of the trip was when Pastor Darryl was asked to be the keynote speaker at the graduation of the Shan Missionary Theological College.  What a pleasure it was to speak into the lives of those graduates as they prepared to leave the comforts of their college dorms and go into full time missionary service throughout the nation of Myanmar.