But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth. -Acts 1:8
Believing that God's grace, demonstrated to us in the radical love and sacrifice of Jesus Christ, has the power to transform our world, Skyview partners with missionaries who serve in a variety of ministries and countries. Our Missions Committee supports the work of these missionaries by engaging in regular prayer for our missionaries and by raising the awareness of missions within the Skyview family.
Below is a listing of the missionaries and organizations we support (excluding those serving in sensitive areas of the world). To learn more, please contact the head of our Missions Committee, Paul Sauer.
Discipling Native Americans
Scott and Kathy Craig (Son: Jeff)
Prayer Requests: Getting settled and developing relationships after move to Costa Rica
Church plant held first services in December and had VBS in January
Grace in marriage and family life
Dave and Dawn Diaso (Children: David, Jr., Jonathan, and Hannah)
Tiajuana, Mexico (commuting from San Diego)
Prayer Requests: Raise up workers
Children in college and family apart
Prayer Requests: Church plant starting to take shape
Deeper relationships with language teacher and students
For choir and build reformed hymnal for the church
Colorado State University
RUF Campus Ministry
Preaching and Church Planting
Kurt and Marlene Schimke (Children: Zoe, Ana, Nick, and Lexi)
Teachers at African Bible School
Prayer Requests: Be faithful in ministry
Balance work and family
Staffing needs at the school
Prayer Requests: Planting churches among Yangon Buddhists
Location for first church just acquired
Providence Network: a Denver faith-based, urban transformational housing organization that helps men, women and families heal from addictions, abuse and homelessness to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community.
Fathers in the Field: works to rekindle and establish the spirit of boys who have been abandoned by their fathers, mentoring them one-on-one in life skills through outdoor activities, and by sharing a Christian understanding of our heavenly Father's love and sacrifice for his children. If you are interested in learning more about Skyview's involvement with this ministry, please contact James Bertolucci.