Liberti Church is concerned not only with demonstrating Jesus’ compassion and care locally - we believe that God loves the whole world, and so should we. We connect with partner churches and organizations globally in order to serve the needs of the world and the Church throughout the world.
Missionaries we support
Since September 2010, Melanie, a founding member of our Center City campus, has been living and doing medical relief mission work in Kampala, Uganda. She also travels to the Ssese Islands of Lake Victoria to work with the women and children of fishing villages. Melanie serves on a medical team on these islands, seeking to partner with others to develop health care for these at-risk populations. Read more on her blog.
Starting the summer of 2015, Bekah will be serving at Black Forest Academy, an international Christian boarding school in Germany. As a Resident Assistant, she will live in a dorm with 20 high school girls whose parents serve as missionaries around the world. To support Bekah, a member of the Main Line campus, please click here (donate under the name Rebekah Knab), and to receive ministry updates please email her.
Rawee, Julakun (Nui), Mattheson, Mitchell, and Manas
Rawee and his family are serving in Thailand as missionaries with the United World Mission Bangkok Team in partnership with RCA Global Mission.
"We love the city and Bangkok is a great city. In all great cities, we see and live amongst the most beautiful and at the same time the most broken. Yet God still calls us “to seek the welfare of the city” (Jer. 29:7). Our hope and prayer is to see the Gospel transform the city and the culture, where all people would have the opportunity to hear and experience the truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
Their role is serve the church and future leaders through Gospel centered mentoring, coaching, and training in order to participate in a movement of church planting throughout this great city of Bangkok. They are currently planting a church in Bangkok called Grace Community Church. Read more about their mission and vision here or contact Rawee here!
Joe and Kristy Marlin
Pastor Joe has a long history with Liberti Church and the Liberti Church Network, serving as the Pastor of Mercy Ministries at Liberti Church East, helping launch the Easter Outreach before we helped to send him and his family to Rwanda to serve, training rural Pastors in Rwanda with African Inland Mission. Now the Marlins reside in Gloucester City, NJ as missionary Church Planters. Epiphany Church Gloucester City is set to launch in March 2018.
For more information connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @EpiphanyGCity or on the web at EpiphanyGCity.com