“And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Mark 16:15
Christ was serious when He directed His followers to be soul winners throughout the world, and our Walnut Hill family has been involved in a mission program since the congregation was formed in 1956. We are striving to obey Christ by sending men and women to various parts of our nation and the world with His message.
Presently, we provide support for the following mission works:
The mission in Cambodia is to spread the gospel in a predominantly Buddhist country. To accomplish this, Sokhom and others have established a school to teach Cambodian’s to preach God’s Word. In addition, the students are being taught to be self supporting by raising goats, chickens, fishing, etc.. Sokhom is the director at the Cambodia Bible School (CBS) in the capitol city of Phnom Penh. Preachers and teachers from USA and other countries travel to Cambodia and teach bible to the students on short-term mission trips. CBS also uses teleconferencing technology to teach live over the internet. In addition, Sokhom helps oversee a medical clinic located on the school grounds as well as holding regular leadership seminars for approximately forty to eighty house churches along the Cambodian/Viet Nam border.
Kelly Lawson and William Ralston are the Evangelists at the Main Street Church of Christ. This church, located at 4300 Main St. in Dallas, is a truly integrated inner-city church where people of all races come together to celebrate the Lord’s Supper, to hear God’s Holy Word, speak to Him in prayer, sing praises to His name and give blessings to the poor. After worship service a fellowship meal is provided to about 400 poor & senior citizens and around 100 go-to plates are taken to sick and shut-ins. Additionally, they serve approximately 150 meals each day and sponsor a jail and prison ministry.
Their sermons are broadcast on 1630 AM radio, Sundays 11 am and 9 pm, and are live streamed on 770 am Christian Talk Radio or at www.770kaam.com.
Herman Alexander is an accomplished preacher, speaker and teacher of God’s word. Herman is currently a professor of Bible for Nations University (NU). NU is an international online Bible college with a mission to build faith and train Christian leaders around the world utilizing the internet for distance learning. He has also made numerous trips to Cambodia to assist the work there. www.nationsu.org
Jess Simpson leads the activities at the Christian Student Center (CSC), which is approved as a recognized student organization (RSO) by the University of Wyoming. The CSC is a campus ministry devoted to exploring, embracing and emphasizing the life of faith in Jesus Christ that is revealed in the Bible. The facility is ideally located to serve the spiritual needs of the students on the
campus of the University of Wyoming.
In 2007, an American church-planting mission team, consisting of three families, including Skylar and Morgan Ely, settled in the culturally diverse western suburbs of the city of Auckland New Zealand. The mission team is building relationships with existing congregations, connecting with the community, and learning the culture. Their goal is to naturally interact with people on a personal level, through conversations in schools, parks, shopping centers, coffee shops, etc., opening their homes for dinner and sharing their lives further with them. They have weekly Bible studies and create opportunities to share Christ through programs such as Parents Night Out and Ice Box.
Tony Styles, continues to work with missionaries and graduates of British Bible School: Neem Sabir, Lungster Mlotha, Vijay Kumar Madiki, and Gigi Carranza. Missionaries trained by the BBS are in remote areas of the world spreading the gospel.
British Bible School