Join the mission to loosen the chains of injustice, share food with the hungry, and proclaim good news to the poor.

For the last 15 years, CCC has poured out resources and prayers to make a difference in West Africa. We built a hospital for women and children and invested in training hundreds of young men to become missionary pastors among their own people. All of this has led to bringing the hope of Jesus to people who are overlooked by the rest of the world.

Women who are abused and ignored, children with little hope for the future, young girls trafficked into the city as servants, and villages so remote that there is not a Christ-follower for hundreds of miles—these are the overlooked people that Jesus loves and has called us to love.


Guest Speakers

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Jake Tillett

Pastor Moise Guindo

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Becky McCabe


On Mission Schedule

Sunday, June 3

On Mission to Trafficked Girls: Our featured guest this Sunday morning is Becky McCabe, our partner in starting Hands of Honor, a ministry in West Africa. Becky will share stories of young girls who have been trafficked and abused and how Hands of Honor has played a life-giving role in transforming their world.

Women on Mission: On Sunday evening, all women and girls age 10 and up are invited to a special event that will include fun, great food, and a chance to hear Becky share more about ministry in West Africa. 

6–8 PM / Gym / This event is free, but please bring gently used clothing for the Hands of Honor clothing drive.  Questions contact Deb Beck / debb@cccomaha.org / 402.938.1580

 

Tuesday, June 5

Super Adults on Mission: Hear from On Mission special guests Jake Tillett, Pastor Moise Guindo, and Becky McCabe. Jake is a nurse at the CCC hospital and is deeply involved in the explosion of new churches planted in West Africa. Pastor Moise is the lead pastor at the hospital and a key leader in the local church movement. Becky McCabe started Hands of Honor, a ministry to girls and young women in West Africa. 

 

Wednesday, June 6

Prayer Night: Gather with others to pray for what God is doing around the world. Hear from special guests Jake, Pastor Moise, and Becky. 6:30–8 PM / Chapel / No childcare or children's programming provided. 

 

Thursday, June 7

Lunch on Mission: Jake Tillett and Pastor Moise Guindo will share about the ongoing work of the CCC hospital in West Africa. Jake is a nurse at the CCC hospital and is the team leader for all the international workers who minister there. Pastor Moise is the lead pastor at the hospital and a key leader in the local church movement.

8:08 / College: Jake and Pastor Moise will visit 8:08 to inspire you with their own personal stories of how God called them into full-time ministry.

12–12:45 PM / CCC Student Center / $5 for lunch / RSVP to Deb Beck / debb@cccomaha.org / 402.938.1580

 

Saturday, June 9

Meals for Mali: CCC needs 500 volunteers to help package 200,000 highly nutritious meals that will be sent to West Africa to fight hunger and malnutrition. In 2014, CCC sent these meals to the hospital, who have now run out of the meals and need more. This is a family-friendly event. Signup is required.

 

Sunday, June 10

On Mission to the Unreached: Jake Tillett and Pastor Moise Guindo will share about the explosion of new churches in West Africa, which is a result of CCC’s investment in the hospital and pastoral training. Jake is a nurse at the hospital, while Pastor Moise is the lead pastor at the hospital and a key leader in the local church movement.

Students on Mission: On Mission concludes with Jake and Pastor Moise connecting with CCC students in a fun and inspiring atmosphere, which will encourage students to live On Mission every day.