4440 W. Oak Grove Rd. Hernando MS 38632 662 429-9200
The Lord calls His church to help spread the Gospel in both their local setting and around the world. In addition to supporting missionaries through both the International Mission Board and the North American Mission Board, below are some of Oak Grove’s current mission partners!
Jay and Courtney Nelson planted Iglesia Bautista Sabaneta in 2016 following a call to missions from the Lord. Both public school teachers at the time, Jay and Courtney (along with their two children Caroline and Jude) left everything behind in order to serve Christ in a country that is less than 2% evangelical.
The Care Pregnancy Rescource Center in Southaven, MS is a Biblical, pro-life alternative to an abortion clinic for women who are faced with an unexpected pregnancy. These women are given care, screenings, help, and hope during a difficult or scary time in their lives. With the help of the Care Center, these women are shown the love of Christ and that every life is a precious gift from God!
The mission of Precious in Pink Jail Ministries is to reflect the hope and love of Christ by providing a stable Christ-centered environment for women who desire to change their lives. Precious in Pink Jail Ministries remains committed to provide an environment that models evangelical Christian values, mends emotional scars, restores self-esteem and provides for each woman the full opportunity to reach her God-given potential.
The mission of Catalyst is simple: train those who will train others. Catalyst Missions believes that the biblical model of discipleship in 2 Timothy 2:2 affords us no other option.
The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also (2 Timothy 2:2)
By God’s grace, Catalyst has found faithful men and women all over the globe. We believe that indigenous leaders are best suited for multiplying the gospel in their contexts. So, our goal is to equip pastors, church planters, missionaries, and leaders who have little to no access to theological training with the necessary tools to expand the kingdom.