Great Commission Churches

Great Commission East (GC-E)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. GC-E is a ministry out of the GCC national office in Worthington, Ohio.

Contact person:  John Hopler

Great Commission Northlands (GCN)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.

GCN is a ministry out of Evergreen Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Contact person:  Brent Knox

Great Commission Plains (GCP)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Wisconsin.

GCP is a ministry out of Vintage Faith Church in Manhattan, Kansas.

Contact person:  Rick Whitney

Mountains West (MW)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Washington.

Mountains West is a ministry out of Summitview Community Church in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Contact person:  John Meyer 

Great Commission Heartland (GCH)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Missouri and Kansas.

GCH is a ministry out of Open Range Fellowship in Lone Jack, Missouri.

Contact person:  Dave Putthoff

 

Changed Lives

Come Over to Asia and Help Us by Doug Brown

Americal Life CampCome Over to Asia and Help Us by Doug Brown

For seven years we have engaged Taiwanese college English majors in an evangelistic mission in Taichung, Taiwan, in an American Life Camp. We share Christ with our students through celebrating Christmas and


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Pastor Supported by Microloan by Mike Bergen

MicroloanPastor Romy (weighing about 150 lbs) carried me across a 20-foot-wide river then went back and carried 110 lb bag of hog feed across the same river and continued 400 more yards to the pig pens. This is his primary source of income while he is


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