"...As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you." John 20:21

"...go therefore and make disciples of all nations...Matt 28:19

At CCF, we believe that every Christian is a "missionary". Every believer has been commissioned to take the gospel of Jesus Christ into a lost and dying world (Matt 28:29).  We partner with several local organizations, "foreign missionaries" and individuals as they are pursue their call to take the gospel to the world. Below you can find links to some of the people, and organizations that we support as a church.

Jeff and Sonja Stewart
LaVigne Missions

Jeff & Sonja Stewart began the work of sharing the Gospel in France in 2017 working with a church in Paris.  They have gone on to follow the Lord's call on their lives to found a church in Normandy, Église Trouvée, where they both faithfully serve making disciples of Christ in France.

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Shawn and Christena Werdebaugh
Josiah Venture

Shawn, Christena, and family began serving the Lord as Missionaries in Kočejve, Slovenia in 2012.  After 7 years in Kočevje, God led them to move near the Capital city of Ljubljana where they now serve. The Werdebaughs have a huge burden to see the lost come to know Jesus personally. They also want to see those that know Him grown in maturity and knowledge of the Lord in a way that leads them to reach their community for Christ.

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Mike and Stacy Riffle
Colombia Grace Foundation

In early 2010, God gave Mike and Stacy a clear, specific and undeniable calling to move Colombia near Cartagena to care for orphans and widows and plant a church through the preaching of His gospel. God gloriously provided for the purchase of a farm in Turbana, Colombia, where we currently live and serve the orphans He has thus far entrusted to our care. The Lord, has also been faithfully building a local body of believers in Turbana. 

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Hassan and Stacy Villegas
Calvary Chapel Acapulco

Hassan Villegas received the call to church plant and pastor a church and was sent out by Calvary Chapel La Mirada in 2004.  He and his family moved to Mexico and founded a church in Tecate, Mexico.  After 9 years ministering in Tecate and briefly in Ensenda, he founded Calvary Chapel Acalpulco, where he and Stacy have served since 2013.  The Lord's ministry in Acapulco has continued to grow and God has not stopped blessing the work in Mexico!

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Coast Pregnancy Clinic
Providing pregnancy services at no charge

The Coast Pregnancy Clinc ministers to women (and couples) facing pregnancy - showing care and concern for their physical, emontional, and spiritual well-being.   Staffed by board-certified professionals and client advocates, the clinic provides services at no charge to ensure the people they serve receive evidence-based information about pregnancy, fetal development, lifestyle issues, and related concerns. The clinic also provides evidence-based education about abortion procedures and risks. However, they do not offer nor refer abortions.


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Child Evangelism Fellowship
Lewis & Clark Chapter

Coastline supports the local Lewis & Clark Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship(CEF).  CEF is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.  

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Harvest Mission
To the unreached

Harvest Mission to the Unreached is a non-denominational 501(c)3 organization focused on the unreached people of Northern India and Nepal through national missionaries. To fulfill this great purpose and the great commission of our Lord Jesus Christ, we are involved in various activities and ministries such as: church planting, mobile gospel team, Bible school, literacy ministry, leprosy ministry, children’s ministry, medical mission, music ministry etc. 

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Send Hope Now

In 1989, Send Hope Now began ministering to some of the world's poorest people, slum dwellers in Bangalore, India. Unwelcome in many community centers, they were ministered to by our first native community worker who received $25 a month from a small church in Idaho. Then, when an infant was abandoned at his doorstep the need for an orphanage became apparent. Now, 16 Homes of Hope, throughout India, meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of more than 780 children, most of them severely impacted by HIV/AIDS. Children Education Centers, designed to help break the cycle of illiteracy, also assist thousands of other impoverished kids.


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