We base our missions philosophy after Acts 1:8. The missionaries and organizations that we have made commitments to support fall under one of these four categories.



Mexico and Native American Neighbors

Ends of the Earth:

Jerusalem: Arizona

Ben & Aleyamma Joseph (Chandler)

Supported since 2001. Works with Campus Ambassadors on the ASU campus doing outreach with international students.

House of Ruth (Cottonwood) 

Non-profit Christian pregnancy care center.

Southwest Church Connection (Phoenix) 

Network of 100+ CBA churches in the southwest region connecting pastors, congregations and resources.

Judea: USA

Danny  & Leslie Hulls (Idaho)

Supported since 2005. Serving at Mission Aviation Fellowship US headquarters with logistics and training.

Samaria: Mexico

Kevin & Wendy Case

Supported since 1991. Bible translation and outreach with the Tepehuan tribe – an indigenous people of Mexico.

Nogales Baptist Seminary

Training pastors and ministry leaders for Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries.

Ramon & Ana Rodriguez

Supported since 2000. Executive director of Nogales Baptist Seminary.

Ends of the Earth: Worldwide

Sean & Ruthann Cross (Spain) 

Supported since 2018. Serving with Friendship House in Madrid, forming relationships with locals and refugees in order to share the Gospel.

Kevin & Leilani Humble (Indonesia)

Supported since 1994. Serving with WorldVenture in church planting and outreach to Muslims.

Mike & Kim Medlin (Philippines)

Supported since 2017. Directors of Echo Media Missions, a radio and internet outreach to Filipino youth.

Serghei & Olga Moraru (Moldova)

Supported since 2007. Co-pastor of Kishinev Bible Church, oversees youth and community outreach.

Project 127 (Moldova)

Supported since 2017. After-school program of Kishinev Bible Church, focused on outreach to youth and “social orphans.”

Richard & Mirian Sturz (Brazil) rsturz@gmail.com

Supported since 1996. Serves with WorldVenture in mentoring and discipleship needs. Facilitates annual evangelistic outreach events.

David & Cindy Witt (Worldwide)

Supported since 2008. CEO of Spirit of Martyrdom, an organization focused on church planting and outreach to persecuted Christians around the world.

Kaitlyn Witt (Asia)

Serving with United World Mission working among unengaged and unreached people groups within restricted nations.

Also supported…

Verde Community Church also supports many local missions by partnering with them in their work. Here are a couple that we are honored to say that we support!

Old Town Mission

Through their annual Back-to-School Backpack Drive the last Saturday in July, Verde Community Church is host to this invaluable ministry to the community.  With the help of our church members and churches in our community, we have successfully provided school supplies and backpacks for over 400 kids each year!

Manzanita Outreach

Manzanita Outreach fills the gaps within the Yavapai County food-assistance supply chain, sharing food with kindness and dignity. We encourage Verde’s small groups and individuals to sign up online and help reach our community through this organization!