Helping people find their place in expressing God’s heart for the world. 

College Station, Texas
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After returning from South Africa in 2014, Brian and Jenn joined the Center for Mission Mobilization (CMM). The CMM has teams in seven countries on five continents that are working to create mission-sending movements to the unreached.  In 2015, the Easleys were asked to launch and lead a team of mission mobilizers at Texas A&M University. This team is committed to fueling mission vision and helping believers find their most strategic role in completing the Great Commission. With over 11,000 internationals in College Station, they disciple students to engage cross-culturally and provide a good training ground for future overseas staff. They also help students going into the workforce learn to live their lives strategically as senders, pray-ers and mobilizers.

South Africa
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The Evens serve with J-Life in Africa. J-Life Africa is a non-denominational movement that exists to train indigenous church leaders to mobilize disciple-making movements across Africa. Their aim is to equip and mobilize the local church in Africa to run Christ-centered disciple-making youth movements that will impact the local and global community. Teaching about Jesus’ life provides a foundation of love and service, discipleship, and compassion. J­-Life is equipping youth not only to live by Jesus’ principles, but also to replicate and multiply into the lives of others through discipleship.


U.S. Center for World Missions/Perspectives

God graciously led the Bains family to the U.S. Center for World Missions. Mike is the Director of Operations for the Training and Education Branch of the Center at a project called PERSPECTIVES of the WORLD CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT. The Bain family strategically works so that every tongue, tribe, and people group (ethne) knows of Christ Jesus and every Christ follower lives to serve HIM as a goer, sender, pray-er, mobilizer and/or welcomer to further HIS glory.

London, England
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Jenn is partnering with Time for God serving in a suburb of London with St. Augustine Church.
Her focus is women’s discipleship and outreach.


Campus Crusade for Christ/GAiN




MaryBeth serves with Global Aid Network (GAiN), the humanitarian ministry of Cru. GAiN seeks to follow Christ’s command to care for the most needy by going into some of the toughest places on earth to provide for basic physical needs of people: water, food, health, and compassion. Showing the love of Christ in this way often opens doors to share the gospel with those who have not yet heard. MaryBeth works with the Marketing and Communication team of GAiN as an editor and writer.

Charlie is part of the Ministry Partner Development Executive Team. The main purpose of the team is to train new missionaries who join Cru so they will have needed funds to carry on ministry around the world. Every year, he helps to train approximately 400 new missionaries for the field.


The Cronins’ hearts and prayers are never far from the South African young people they have ministered to through the years since God called them to South Africa in 2011.  They teach and minister at the International Leadership Academy, which is a one-week Bible based camp for 42 eighth and ninth grade students to train future leaders in their school and community. They also work with Matriculation Camp which prepares the local students to take their Matric (exit exams) from high school. They will have opportunity to share God’s love as teachers, mentors, and camp parents for 72 students for 8 weeks.


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Pray for the Spencers, Matt, Ashley, Ava & Maddie, serving youth by connecting churches to schools. Bridge 2913 partners with the church to fulfill the Great Commission in local schools so every student can be transformed by Christ.  They “bridge” into schools by developing cooperative relationships with school personnel, providing opportunities and resources for youth pastors, and building student leaders into disciple-makers.


Finch Elementary

The Adopt-a-School program reaches out to the teachers and staff at Title 1 schools by providing school supplies to teachers and students, and by participating in and supporting specific annual events and programs. At Finch Elementary, we support:

  • McKinney ISD’s Reach Mentoring program
  • The local PTA/PTO organizations
  • Annual events such as Teacher Appreciation, Christmas parties, Fit Fest and Field Day.



Founded in 1888, WMU is a missions organization that has educated and involved generations upon generations in Christian missions. Our purpose is to challenge Christian believers to understand and be radically involved in the mission of God and is accomplished through our age-level missions organizations, hands-on missions opportunities, and additional resources produced by WMU.


HOPE Women’s Center is a non-profit organization staffed by trained employees and volunteers. They provide one-on-one peer guidance for women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. Guidance is also provided for any “significant others” who accompany them if they would like to be servent.



International Commission is a Baptist, yet independent, mission organization, founded forty years ago to facilitate international, church-to-church, short-term, evangelistic mission projects in almost all countries in the world. Participants of all ages, abilities, and experiences (a cross-section of a local church) are invited by local churches from another country to come for a week of evangelism that the host church plans and organizes. Opportunities targeted for First McKinney:   

  • First-time Mission Tripper Project
  • English Bible Camps in Hungary