reach.plant.equip.

The Great Commission is pretty simple. go.

“Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.” Luke 14:23

The Great Commission implies getting out of your comfort zone and impacting the lives of others with the love and message of Christ. The problem is, many of us don’t know where to start, so we end up not impacting anyone. Don’t let that be the road block! Check out all of our go opportunities below.

golocal: our partners in the city

Whether you’re feeding the homeless downtown, tutoring kids after school, mowing lawns for a neighborhood in need, changing engine oil for single moms, playing basketball with teens, or donating items to those in need, we have many opportunities for you to make a difference locally! Be a part of what God is doing in and around Denver by signing up for the next golocal opportunity.
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gotrips recaps

stay tuned for our 2021 gotrip opportunities.

south dakota 2019

cuba 2019

spain 2019

global support

We’re all about seeing the gospel spread and the church grow to the ends of the earth. We support missionaries and key ministry partners in order to reach the unreached, plant new churches and equip leaders.

Ways to Help:
1.
Go on a gotrip
2. Support a missionary financially
3. Volunteer in the Victory Café – all proceeds support Victory Missions

Fred Markert

Youth with a Mission

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Rick and Bev Zachary

South Asia

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Rev. Dr. George Koshy

India

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Shawn Williamson

Mexico

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David Speer

Cuba

Network of Related Pastors

USA

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Eitan Shishkoff

Israel

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Johnathan Hollon

Malaysia

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The Surge Project

International Church Planting

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Dick and Ruth Flores

Spain

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Ryan & Christy Thomas

Spain

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Howard Folz

Don Matheny

Kenya

Healing Hope Missions International

Malawi

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Accelerated International Missions Strategies

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Plus Others That Can Not Be Listed Due to the Sensitivity of Their Country