The Christian National Church focuses primarily on citizens of the United States of America, but that doesn't mean we can afford to neglect our duty to serve our brothers and sisters who live in other countries around the world.  Our missions include both foreign and domestic outreach.  To assist those overseas, we employ foreign staff to assist with our administrative operations.  Our minister outreach mission seeks to expand the reach of the Lord to both online and local communities.

Every one of us can make an important difference in the lives of those who just need a helping hand.

Successful communities begin at home.  With huge disparities between the prosperous and the struggling right here at home, we must find ways to pull up those who have fallen behind.

Building strong congregations begins by building strong communities.  Our minister outreach programs is aimed at enhancing the quality of life of those nearest to us by ordaining new representatives of the Lord.  Consider what your community means to you and join with us in ways to build it up.  Just as God instructs us, your work will be rewarded in immense proportion.

Living in the United States of America is a privilege we cannot take for granted.  Our great nation has been blessed with tremendous prosperity compared to many other nations of the world.  This resource should not be squandered, but rather we can use our advantages to help members of poorer nations achieve the same level of success that we enjoy in America.

We are currently encouraging our followers to embark on missions to the Central American country of Nicaragua.  The people of Nicaragua are among the poorest in the Western hemisphere.  Many lack access to basic necessities such as clean water and safe shelter.  Please consider contributing to this struggling nation:

Kids today are being brought up in a world very different than that of their parents.  Video games, cell phones, and reality TV dominate children's lives like never before.

We want our children to enjoy their childhoods, but at the same time, we need to teach them how to appreciate the more important gifts the Lord has bestowed upon us.  We need to educate them in the teachings of the Bible and prepare them for their future as productive adults.

We encourage all Christian adults to take an active role in educating the youth in their communities.  Building a relationship with God early in life has well known benefits that last throughout our entire lives.

Youth Ministry