The mission of the International ministry is to bring the gospel and the love of Jesus Christ to the entire world.
In 1993, a crusade team was led to Swaziland, Botswana and Namibia. In 1994, a crusade team comprised of 109 members went to three West African countries - Senegal, Burkina Faso and Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast). One of the many highlights of this crusade was the personal concert held for the President of Burkina Faso. Many Muslims were converted to Christianity as a result of this powerful crusade.
The crusade team has ministered in prisons, hospitals and churches domestically and internationally from the U.S east coast to the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and several African countries.
The Home and Foreign Missions Ministry (HFMM) of Macedonia Church reaches out to those in need. The vision of this outreach ministry is twofold. Our primary purpose is to minister to the spiritual needs of the people through prayer, song, preaching, and providing hope through the gospel of Jesus Christ. The HFMM team has visited several foreign countries, including Senegal, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Swaziland, Namibia and the Dominican Republic.
Domestic missions have included trips to North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, and Puerto Rico. The worship team has held church and open-air worship services, ministered in private homes, hospitals, and prisons.
The devotion to service exhibited by the HFMM team has given them access to head of state of African countries, such as meeting with the president of Burkina Faso, the President of Namibia and the King of Swaziland.
The HFMM's second purpose is to provide material needs to the people we meet through mission trips. The HFMM continue to supply hospitals in West Africa with much needed medical supplies. The ministry has provided clothing and other basic necessities for orphaned children in the Dominican Republic, and has financially supported several families in Africa. HFMM contributed funds for the completion of a church in Bungoma, Kenya. The HFMM recently supplied a church in Puerto Rico with ear phones and the amplification equipment necessary to interpret services for non-spanish speaking visitors. It is the hope and prayer of Macedonia Church that this ministry will continue to grow, in order that we may minister to an even greater number of people around the world.