Global Outreach

Outreach Mission: Mobilizing the church to make disciples of Jesus Christ among the nations.



FBC's partner, Lifeline Children's Services, is raising funds to help with the COVID-19 crisis among our friends in India.   The link below will allow you to make a gift to assist the STEPs Children's Home and/or the Hanna Krupa Child Care Center.   When the FBC team traveled to India in February to assist with the orphan care conference funded by our Christmas offering, they also had time to visit, support and encourage these other two ministries.    They are both doing wonderful work for our Lord.   If you would like to assist them financially, please CLICK HERE

Global outreach team (go team)

GO Team involvement form, click here

Global Outreach Financial Support Request Form, click here
To read about the Outreach Values, click here

Fellowship Global Ministry Partner Request Form, click here

Transformational Trips

Fellowship partners with Living Water International, Lifeline Children’s Services, Trash Mountain, and Haiti Lifeline to offer opportunities for short term service trips. Our desire is that, through opportunities to serve globally, hearts will be transformed while sharing Christ and building relationships.

Living Water does trips all year round in many countries In addition to drilling a freshwater well, they also work with the local people doing hygiene education.   Living Water trip opportunities can be found here.

Lifeline Children’s Services exists to equip the Body of Christ to manifest the gospel to vulnerable children by sharing with international churches the biblical mandate to care for vulnerable children while also providing them with necessary resources and trainings to minister to the spiritual and physical needs of vulnerable children.   Lifeline trip options can be found here

Haiti Lifeline empowers, equips, and encourages the work of Christ in Haiti. They offer a variety of trips each year including medical, camps, Bible school and Pastor’s conference. Details can be found here.   

If you have an interest in participating in a trip, Fellowship has resources to support you and help you prepare to go.

Assistance Application for Short Term Mission Trips

Contact: Bob Stoller,

Global Focus Areas

Pray    Learn    Send    Welcome    Go

As a church, we desire to mobilize our congregation to be part of a major spiritual awakening among the Chinese in China. There are many ways to be involved through prayer, sending, welcoming or going.

Contact: Phyllis Swanson, 


As a church, we desire to mobilize our congregation to be part of a major spiritual awakening among the people of India. There are many ways to be involved through prayer, sending, welcoming or going. 

We partner with STEPS Home, India. An orphanage caring for the abandoned girl-child, led by Isaac Manogarom. We also partner with Word for the World, assisting over 250 indigenous church planters throughout India. World for the World is led by Pastor Augustine Asir.

Contact: Rick Werts, 

Premier Partner

Trash Mountain Project exists to develop Christ-centered environments for children and families living in trash dump communities worldwide.

Dominican Republic: Shelly Setchel
Philippines: Bill Horm,
Indonesia: Mike Tindell,

Contact: Bob Stoller,   

Missionary Candidates
This Team exists for those who may never know the one true God and the life he brings.  As a team we work to help develop and better prepare individuals and couples for cross-cultural service.  Whether you are looking to go to the nations or help send others.
If you are interested in knowing more about our missionary candidate pathway, it starts with our missionary interest application (Phase 1) The Explore and Commit application (Phase 2). These must be completed before you complete the Phase 3 application.
Phase 1- I am interested in completing the interest form for Phase 1: Click here
Phase 2- After completion of Phase 1 then Phase 2 is Exploration and Commitment.  If you would like to complete Phase 2: Click here
Phase 3 Prior to applying to Phase 3, Phase 1 and 2 must be completed and the candidate must have a mentor. If you have met these steps then to complete this form: Click here
If you are a Mentor for a missionary candidate.  Please complete the Mentor's Reference Form:  Click here

Mobilization Opportunities


Our church family has the opportunity to be engaged in making disciples among the nations by praying for our local and global missionaries and ministry efforts.


Missionary care
The Missionary Care Team develops intentional communication and mutual encouragement between our church and our missionaries.  We want to understand how God is working through our missionaries, what their needs are, as well as supporting them with prayer and celebrate the stories of God's transforming power in and through their lives.


Get threaded into the biggest story of all time, as you experience God’s heart for all peoples and encounter the momentum of the World Christian Movement. The course is designed around four vantage points or “Perspectives” — Biblical, Historical, Cultural, and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God’s global purpose. For more information visit

If you would like to learn more about Perspective classes click here.

Contact: JT, 


Topeka Friendship Network’s vision is that every international student from Washburn University is matched and in a relationship with a Jesus-following friendship family. TFN connects international students at Washburn University in Topeka, KS with American friendship families while studying in the United States.

Topeka Friendship Network website
Contact: Sarah Mellen,