Local Missions

We regularly support and have partnered with the following local outreach ministries.

  • Community Christian Counseling is an Indiana not-for-profit ministry that provides individual and family counseling services from a Christian perspective.  We receive referrals from as far north as Rockville and as far south as Vincennes; from as far east as Greencastle and as far west as Casey, Il.  Church leaders, para-church leaders, social service agencies, attorneys, physicians and even other counselors refer to Community Christian Counseling.

  • The Crisis Pregnancy Center offers pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, male and female STD & HIV testing, and education on abortions, contraception and fetal development.  They also offer individual and group mentoring for men and women.  Most of the services are free or at a very reduced cost.  

  • Harvest Prayer Ministry offers teaching and resources on prayer and related topics.  They also offer networking and partnering to help local church leaders.  



  • The Light House Mission is a non-profit organization whose mission is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the Least, the Last, and the Lost of our community through the provision of assistance in the areas of guidance, counseling, education, job training, shelter, food, clothing, health care and independent living communities. 

  • The ARK Christian Ministries is a non-profit organization that began in 1948.  Funded by churches, private donors, and camper/renter income, we seek to serve our community with a Christ like attitude.  The ARK exists to glorify God by providing Bible Based, Christ Centered, Mission Minded ways to reach and teach the next generation.

  • As wonderful as the inventions and conveniences of modern society are - our children need much more to grow to be well-rounded, productive citizens of earth and heaven.  They need more than "virtual reality", they need God's reality.   Located in Salem, Indiana, WVCC is a 125 acre testament that the creation is indeed "the work of His hands".

  • Team of Mercy, Inc. is a non-profit organization to assist survivors of suicide in the critical 24 hours following an attempted/completed suicide with any necessary bio-hazard cleanup at the scene.  They also offer emotional support through other survivors.  Their survivor support group meets at Cross Lane on the 2nd Monday of each month.