WorldWide Outreach is the team that oversees our missions efforts and support. We not only manage the missions budget, but support these efforts by seeking to connect our church body with each group or individual we support. Our aim is to increase the awareness at DFCC of how God is working around the world through each of these, so that our church may become involved in God’s work throughout the world.
Don’t miss the quarterly trips we’re taking to Rosarito to work with the children’s home there!
– Sarah Shead (Word Wide Outreach Director)
DFCC Missions Blog
Erin’s Blog – Sent to Ecuador
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These are some of the people and places we support…
Angeles Crest Christian Camp
Children’s Home in Korea
El Recreo Chuch - Ecuador
Working in a town of broken homes, gangs and drugs
Hope International Universtiy
Local Christian University
International Conference on Missions
Annual conference to encourage and equip missionaries & supporters
International Emergency Services
Relief for victims of disasters, partnering with churches and leaders already at ground zero
Korea Christian Gospel Mission
Children’s home, evangelization and leader training
Samuel & Paola Lefimil
Working with vulnerable children, families and church leadership in Ecuador
Ismael & Amy Morrison Cortez
Coordinating the University Project, missionaries to Ecuador
Tijuana Christian Mission
Children’s home, women’s shelter and church planting
United Christian Youth Camp
Camp in Prescott, AZ where our High School group attends
The University Project
Scholarships for Ecuadorian University students
WorldWide Outreach Director/ Church Administrator
Sarah is a missionary kid who grew up under the Chilean dictatorship of Pinochet in the 1980s. A city girl at heart, she quickly migrated to Los Angeles after earning a degree in theology from Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Missouri. Her pride and joy is seeing former students thrive as adults (she volunteers as a youth sponsor with Encounter), forming partnerships between DFCC and missions worldwide, and, of course, the most adorable kids in the world – her nephew Miles and niece Nora.
Q & A with Sarah:
Q: Who are your favorite authors?
A: I love reading Charles Dickens, Philip Yancey, JK Rowling, CS Lewis, Henry Cloud, and Gary Haugen.
Q: What do you do in your free time?
A: When I get free time, I spend it hanging out with the students from Encounter, crocheting while watching Nexflix, sharing soul-filling conversations with friends over tea and coffee, gawking at incredible architecture and dreaming about traveling to Europe.
Q: What’s your favorite non-existent invention?
A: A self-cleaning house! I’d love to be ready for guests at a moment’s notice.