We have partnership relationships with many missionaries and Missions organizations around the world who are meeting real needs as they seek to further the gospel.



We have been heavily invested as a church in a remote village in Veracruz, Mexico for the last few years. We are working through a church there to bring the gospel to people and see other churches planted in the area. We are also working to bring joy to kids, medical treatment to those who need it, and support for the church and pastor in various ways.






Julie Eshelman local partner for CRUCru was established in 1951 as “Campus Crusade for Christ” by Bill & Vonette Bright on the campus of UCLA.  Its purpose is to help fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others; and helping the Body of Christ do evangelism and discipleship.  Cru has a ministry presence in 191 countries around the world and is passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ.  READ MORE >>





FAM local partnerFamily Assistance Ministries of South Orange County (FAM) was founded in 1999 by Ellen Gilchrist to continue to accommodate the 135 families that the Episcopal Service Alliance could no longer serve.  The first case in September 1999 provided rental assistance to an individual so eviction could be prevented. Within 30 days, this individual became employed at a major retailer, becoming self-sufficient and a productive member of our community. READ MORE >>




God has given us a heart to take the gospel “to the Jew first” (Romans 1:16), just as the Apostle Paul did. This has greatly influenced our model for ministry, and we are convinced that reaching the Jewish people must become a higher priority both in the Church and among mission-based organizations. Paul also states that Jewish acceptance of the gospel accelerates the advancement of Gods Kingdom to all other nations of the world (Romans 11:12). The Church as a whole has largely lost touch with its Jewish heritage and its God-given responsibility to provoke the Jewish people to envy with the gospel, and this must change to achieve maximum effectiveness in sharing the gospel. Email info@graftedministries.com for more info.




Searles Fam Photo global partnersUpon graduating from Penn State University in 1972, Jeff joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, serving specifically with Athletes in Action – an outreach to student athletes. In 1980 he moved on to Campus Crusade’s headquarters to serve in the Development Department. From 1987-2007 he gave leadership in the Development Department of The JESUS Film Project, but in late 2007 was diagnosed with stage three Parkinson’s Disease.  His role now is to consult with ministry staff and to be a support to his wife Janell. READ MORE >>





In July 2014 I installed a playground at an orphanage of more than 140 children in Honduras. I was heartbroken to learn that NONE of these children would ever be adopted. Honduran law forbids international adoption and the extreme level of national poverty makes it so unlikely that a family would take in a child that the staff and children have accepted that this is their home; this is their family. This situation is the sad truth for millions of children all over the world where restrictive laws, crushing poverty, or social conflict virtually ensures this life for them. Yet the smiles, laughter, and life I saw in them as a bright yellow and red playground took shape before their eyes told me that joy was still within their grasp. This is the story of just 140 children…this same chance can be given to so many more.  READ MORE >>



Pastor Daniel Nunez’s God-given vision is to plant 50 churches in his lifetime.  He’s already up to 37!  He pastors the main campus and trains other local pastors to plant more churches in the Tijuana area.  Each month, we head down to help with construction needs, reach out to children with games and crafts, and share a meal.  It’s a neat opportunity to get to know our Mexican brothers and sisters and make the local church shine.  We hope you’ll join us for one of these perspective-changing trips!




Bajau Fishing BoyThis couple’s staff on the ground is involved in medical and community outreaches, church planting, schooling and feeding programs, sustainable organic farming, and training programs.  They minister primarily to a Muslim tribal group using story telling methods for oral learners, one-on-one discipleship, and a house church.

Due to the nature of their location and ministry, their identity needs to be kept confidential.  If you’d like more information about their ministry, please contact Stacy Tertany.




YoonKelly is from Korea, Gary is a California native, and they have been married for over 30 years.  The Lord called Kelly to the mission field in 2009, but she waited in prayer for two years before mentioning it to Gary.  Sure enough, God called Gary in 2011.  Up until that point, he was happy volunteering in the local church.  After reading the book Radical, Thailand came into his mind, so he pursued a short-term trip there, which turned him upside down spiritually and he felt the call to serve full-time in Thailand.  The Lord had answered Kelly’s prayer, and they applied to become full-time missionaries in Thailand to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with the Thai people.




Pregnancy Resource center local partnery

An unexpected pregnancy often leaves a woman feeling like she has no choice… as if all the doors are closed except for one.  The caring, trained staff of the PRC is aware of the fears that come with an unexpected pregnancy. Since we’ve opened our doors in April 2008, over 100 babies have been saved from abortion, and over 150 people have received Christ as their Savior!   We’ve served around 1,500 women and families with free services including pregnancy tests, counseling, parenting classes, maternity and baby clothes and supplies, social services referrals, abstinence education, and post-abortion Bible studies for those who’ve experienced the trauma of a past abortion.READ MORE >>




Safe Africa global partnersSub-Saharan Africa Family Enrichment (SAFE) is a ministry in Malawi, Africa that nurtures the needs of people from babies to grandparents.  Serving Malawi for over twenty years, Dick and Charlotte Day developed this ministry and have continued to seek ways to shine Jesus’ light to the impoverished people there. Their ministries include SAFE-Africa, the parent organization; Gogo Grandmothers, grandparent sponsorship that supports families and developing preschools; and Sukulu, the teacher sponsorship program. All of these programs work together to provide Malawians consistent support throughout their lives.  READ MORE >>




Safe Families for Children is an innovative collaboration between area churches, volunteers, and child care professionals designed to support at-risk children and parents in need. Safe Families for Children is an opportunity for volunteers to have a powerful impact in the lives of others while practicing biblical hospitality and extending the love of Christ to people in need — all from their own home! Several Shoreline families have been approved as “host families”, while others come alongside the host family or parent in crisis to offer support. READ MORE >>




YoungLife Logo 1Everyone is looking for significance and meaning in life.  Everyone.  Kids look all over the place for fulfillment, acceptance, joy, pleasure, etc.  A lot of times they look in the wrong places.  In fact, it would be fair to say that most of the time kids look in the wrong places.  The media does a great job of pointing kids to places where they are supposed to find life…but ultimately they never do.  YoungLife exists to point kids to the life they were intended to live…to point kids to Jesus where true life is ultimately found.  We believe that Jesus, the author of life, holds the answers to the deepest questions of life. READ MORE >>




Jennings FamWalking On Water is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with this generation’s global surfing community. Professional surfer Bryan Jennings started Walking on Water in 1995 with the vision of using his surfing abilities to share his faith with young people. His idea was to hold an overnight surf camp for students where he would not only teach students how to surf, but focus on sharing his Christian faith. What started as a small camp of ten students has now grown into a worldwide ministry that reaches thousands of people through films, outreach events, surf camps, and international mission trips!  READ MORE >>