Mission & Outreach

Mission & Outreach

“Let the peoples praise thee, O God; let all the peoples praise thee! Let the nations be glad and sing for joy!” (Ps 67:3-4)

As a church, we have the privilege of being part of the gospel work God is doing in our city and around the world.  We agree with pastor and author John Piper who has said that when it comes to taking the gospel to the world, there are three kinds of Christians – those who go, those who send and those who disobey.

We provide financial support and prayer support for men and women involved in gospel centered church planting and church equipping ministries in other countries.  And we challenge each person at Redeemer to be personally involved in bringing the good news of Jesus to our city, while as a church, we support local ministries that are having a impact in central Arkansas. 

John and Janel Breitenstein

Engineering Ministries Inc.  |  Colorado Springs Serving with Engineering Ministries International (EMI) Since 2012 OUR MISSION:  EMI is a non-profit Christian development organization designing facilities that serve the poor in developing countries. These facilities (hospitals, orphanages, schools, clean water projects, etc.) directly impact communities by meeting physical needs and communicating God’s love in a practical way.  OUR VISION: We partner with Christian workers, pastors, and other non-profits who have a vision to help the poor and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.…


Redeemer prays for and supports an indigenous organization in Asia that advocates for abandoned children who have special needs.​ The work began in the early ‘90s in response to the huge population of abandoned children in this country. Through the years, the one thing that stands out most about the work is the heroes: local believers. These folks are simple, everyday people who have devoted their lives to being God’s hands, feet, and voice as advocates for the “least of…

Little Door International

Little Door International is dedicated to helping fellow Christians respond to the Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-20) in the poverty-stricken nation of Myanmar.​ Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (also known as Burma), is a sovereign state in South East Asia bordered by Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. ​ OUR VISION:  Teaching – Several teams travel to Myanmar each year at their own expense to teach the Word of God to students in Bible schools, seminaries, and…

Ken and Ruth Ann Wells

Serving since 2014 with Italian Ministries (IM) We work among the Friulani – a segment of the Italian population located in the extreme north and noted for their closed-community mentality, strong work ethic and “i loro modi blasfeme” (“their blasphemous ways”). Many are openly proud of this latter ‘distinctive’. Udine, Italy is a city in northeastern Italy between the Adriatic Sea and the Alps less than 25 miles from the Slovenian border. OUR VISION: To make disciples through conversion, Biblical…

Charles and Julie Woodrow

Nampula, Mozambique Serving 30 years with Grace Missions Ministries Using the Spirit-inspired description Paul gave of his ministry in Romans 1:5 and adjusting it to Mozambique – our purpose is “to bring about the obedience of faith among all Mozambicans, for His name’s sake.” In this declaration, we see 1) the goal of ministry, obedience or submission to God, and 2) the only means of carrying it out, through fostering faith in Jesus Christ.  Grace Missions was founded in 1985…

International Friendship Outreach

IFO’s Conversation Club meetings offer students a place to meet as well as to learn, practice, and develop good conversational English skills. Each year we invest in the lives of these internationals students by providing one of the meals for their Conversation Club meetings. This also provides us a perfect venue to share cultures, customs, personal values, and faith. For more information, click here or email Don Parish

Union Rescue Mission

Union Rescue Mission was founded by Reverend Guy S. Wilson and Ray Branscum in 1946. The organization was renamed the Twin City Mission in 1952. At that time, the congregation of Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church agreed to pay $100/month to rent the old Glenn Hotel in North Little Rock. In 1954, the Pulaski County Baptist Association (PCBA) took over the responsibility of sponsoring the mission and hired Purl Stocktown to be the first Superintendent. For more information, click here.