Refresh the Weary and Satisfy the Faint

Jeremiah 31:25 says, “for I have satiated the weary soul, and I have replenished every sorrowful soul.” 

I hear that Jeremiah was a weeping prophet, but honestly, I feel he had such faith and courage. A lot of waiting and patience! 

In these past few months, I (Jenn) have been reflecting on the characteristics and values of the prophets and prophetesses in the Bible. I’ve been thirsting for His presence and direction in our life. Don’t misunderstand me, our life is full of God‘s blessings and He continues to allow privileges and opportunities for us to serve Him. As many of you may know, my son Andy is choosing to be homeless and living in the streets of Orange County with mental illness, alcoholism, and drug addiction, and it’s very painful for my mother’s heart to watch. I am grateful for a very supportive and loving husband and, most importantly, our Father who continues to show up.  We were recently able to connect with Andy on March 19, after not seeing him for five months. I see God using this season to deepen our faith and trust in Him. Hannah & Sarah in the Old Testament prayed & prayed for years and God fulfilled the desires of their hearts. I believe God will radically save my son in His timing. His Word says that He raises the poor out of the dust, and lifts the needy out of the ash heap (Ps 113:7) and that the Lord is near those who have a broken heart, and saves such as have a contrite spirit (Ps 34:18).

Also, while Tim was in central Mexico, I was able to water some relationships by spending time with my mom, connecting with some of the women who encourage and support me, as well as visiting with my middle son who lives in Dana Point.  I had the privilege to go to Mexico and visit Calvary Chapel Homex where our friends, Eddie and Jeanette, serve. I crossed the border on foot for the 1st time and Jeanette picked me up. It was a blessing to see a woman that was saved from the dump last summer there at church.

I also had the opportunity to serve at Voice of Refugees’ (VOR) Women’s Day by watching the babies and making jewelry for the ladies. It was such a blessing to demonstrate Jesus’ love to the women and children of many middle eastern countries like Afghanistan. 

So much good is happening in our lives and in the ministries God allows us to participate in. We want to thank you all so much for partnering with us through prayer, emotional support, and your very generous financial support. We are more grateful than we could ever express. If anyone would like to hear more about what is going on in our lives, we would welcome an email, phone call, or private get together where we could share more personally with you. In a more public setting, we are having a dessert gathering on Sunday, April 24th at 6:30pm in the High School Room at Calvary Chapel Saving Grace. We will share what we’ve been up to and what the Lord is doing in our lives and we would love you to come on out for delicious dessert & fellowship. 

Church address is 17451 Bastanchury Rd, Yorba Linda, CA 92886

Love is in the Air

So far 2022 is off to a great start! Valentine’s Day has just passed and love is in the air and on the hearts of a lot of people so, naturally, we are seeking to make sure that people know of the greatest love ever; the love of God that transforms the soul through faith in Jesus Christ. Jenn and I have been having a great time every Thursday night hosting some of our church family for a mid-week life group. Conversations have been deep, the fellowship has been sweet and the focus has been on taking what we learned from God’s word on Sunday and sharing it with someone during the week. 

Jenn and I continue to have the privilege of investing in the lives of 20 young adults who are interning with Saving Grace World Missions. They have come out of the Calvary School of Missions (CSOM) over the last three years and we are excited to say one of the interns is well on his way to serving in a Middle Eastern country. He just finished a three month internship in a Muslim country and is home for a brief stay before he is off to his final destination. I apologize for the cryptic nature of this information but the location in the Middle East is a sensitive one and I don’t want to jeopardize his security. I will say this though, God is doing a great work and hopefully we will see a Bible college and church plants birthed from this key location in the Middle East. Another intern is currently serving at one of our Bible college campuses in South Asia. Yet again the need for security is great and I am unable to share too many details but I wanted you all to know that the Lord is moving and teams are being built from these passionate servants of Jesus Christ who have committed themselves to the internship program in order to become better equipped to serve our Lord in the 10/40 window. It is important for you to know that this spiritual fruit will be credited to your account. Because of you, we have been able to disciple, equip, care for and love on these passionate world changers. Thank you so much for the many ways you support us in our work. 

We started this update speaking of love, and there is something in the lives of two other 2019 CSOM graduates that we can be more specific on; we had the joyous opportunity to celebrate the wedding of Bryan and Andrea, a young couple who love each other deeply but love the Lord even more so. Jenn and I were there when they first started making “googly” eyes at each other at our very first school of missions and we are so glad that they ignored our no fraternization policy as the Lord brought this couple together. They are focused on and called to the Middle East as well but will be spending a season learning how to be a married couple. Please pray for them as the Lord grows them together.

Bryan and Andrea’s wedding

Lastly, we wish to share that another exciting opportunity is in front of us as I lead a 15 person team to central Mexico for a church planting conference and to visit eight church plants. A lot of details go into preparing and leading a trip like this so please keep that in prayer. God is good and by His grace it is coming together nicely. The team departs for Mexico at the end of February and will be back in mid-March. Shortly after that we are anticipating being able to host a dessert gathering/update on all that the Lord has been doing in our lives and all of the wonderful ministry opportunities He has allowed us to engage in. We will keep you posted on that date and location as it draws nearer.

PRAISE REPORTS: 

Praise our great God and King that – 

1)  God has allowed our son Andy’s whereabouts to be known to us three times last month

2)  Jenn and I keep falling deeper and deeper in love

3)  Our friendships and personal relationships keep growing deeper

PRAYER REQUESTS : 

Please pray for –

  1. Central Mexico trip
  2. Jenn while Tim is gone
  3. Andy to get the help he so desperately needs

Again we want to thank you so much for your partnership with us as we seek to fulfill the great commission as well as reach the nations with the gospel of Jesus Christ. If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase your already generous support you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or by mailing your support check to


Saving Grace World Missions

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 92886


*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the season, the time is now. We had an incredible spring, summer and start to fall in 2021. As we pushed hard to finish the year strong, we had one final curveball at the end. On Christmas Eve,  I (Tim) got Covid. I have recovered with the exception of some lingering exhaustion but boy, what a loop that threw us for. We weren’t expecting that but God was and He used that time for Jenn and me to focus in on Him and spend the last few weeks of the year bonding together. A three strand cord is not easily broken and I figure the Lord wanted to strengthen that cord. Our quarantine time left us excited to see what the Lord has for us in 2022. We find ourselves falling more and more in love with Jesus and are more and more amazed at the things that He does and the ways He lets us participate. 

Part of 2021 was running the Calvary School of Missions and this year, Jenn was able to be by my side the whole time. That was an indescribable blessing as I partnered with my bride full-time and watched God use her gifts, talents and experience. When we came back to the states after the summer, I continued directing the Saving Grace World Missions intern program with 19 Calvary School of Missions graduates who are being trained in the  Biblical studies, cross-cultural ministry, church planting, and practical Christian ministry which covers every aspect of running a church. The end goal is to launch them into full-time cross-cultural ministry in the 10/40 window where they will plant churches and Bible colleges among the 3.2 billion people who have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

Intern Class Time

As I’ve said before, missionary care is at the heart of what Jenn and I believe the Lord has for us to do. At first we focused on those already on the field but now it is very clear that the Lord has plans and is using us to care for and raise up these young missionaries, helping them grow spiritually, emotionally, and relationally. What a joy it is to serve the Lord in this way. 

Speaking of missionary care and having just celebrated Thanksgiving, Christmas and a New Year, we cannot help but think of, pray for, appreciate, and be grateful to those of you who have partnered with us along the way. We are so grateful for all of you who have cared for us prayerfully, emotionally, physically, financially, and relationally. You have helped us beyond what we can express; you have helped us to stay anchored and rooted in the calling God has on our lives and by caring for us, you have had a vital role in pouring into the lives of these young missionaries as well as those already established on the field. If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase your already generous support you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or by mailing your support check to


Saving Grace World Missions

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 

Yorba Linda, CA 92886 


*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas

PRAYER REQUESTS:

  1. Please pray for Jenn’s son, Andy, who is homeless and using drugs.  Pray for her mom’s heart as it is broken. We have not heard from him in almost 4 months. 
  2. Please pray for our care team which is being established in just a few short days with our first meeting on the 17th of January.
  3. Please pray for our dessert gathering in February. Pray that we will bring glory to God and be able to clearly express the calling He has on our lives as well as the directions we see Him calling us in down the road. Ultimately, pray that God is extremely glorified by our participation in His plans. 

Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men!

We are so grateful for you and your support in getting us to the 3rd year of CSOM!  Your prayers, encouragement & financial support mean so much to us as we step out in faith and serve TOGETHER in Rosarito, Mexico. We made record time in arriving Sunday to the Connections House, a missions team dorm owned and operated by our dear friends Ron and Kristy Struska. We were just in time to have killer tacos prepared by who we think is the best taco guy in Mexico. We will be here at the CSOM (Calvary School of Missions) for 6 weeks leading, discipling, shepherding to 12 students who have the desire to become missionaries. Pouring into these 12 future disciples is such a huge calling and responsibility. We are so excited to see what God is going to do through these students and through us as a couple.  

Thank you to the body @ CCSG for sending us off with prayer and encouragement. We have truly felt the prayers!  

Pastor Trent kicked off Sunday evening orientation & class in the book of Matthew 4:18 where Jesus asks the 4 fishermen to leave their nets and follow Him. To surrender EVERYTHING to the Lord! As we both serve alongside each other here in Mexico and lead the students, we pray that we can surrender everything, all our desires, dreams, wishes, ideas… WE want to be fully surrendered to have complete vision of the Great Commission! We want to be ready to receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on us to go to the ends of the earth, Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria. Pick me, Send US! Until then, the calling on our life right now is right where we are. To train up our future generation to follow Jesus! We absolutely feel privileged and honored to be serving here in Mexico.  

Pastor Trent Introduction
Class time

This week we will be filled with morning classes with Pastor Trent teaching Surrendering to God’s Will, The call to follow Jesus, Building Partnerships, The Purpose of the Church. We spend every morning & evening seeking the Lord in His Word, praying & interceding for the nations. We will visit CC Home X to take sandwiches, soups, fruit & the love of Jesus with prayer, evangelism & worship. The students will serve at CC Rosarito on Wednesday evening service & Sunday. The students will also have the opportunity to experience street witnessing in Rosarito with CC Rosarito. Visit CC Vista Del Valle for a park outreach.  

CSOM students & leaders

We appreciate everyone who has come alongside us, we know we are not alone, we feel the prayers and encouragement from our body, friends & family.  Please continue to pray!  There is so much power in prayer.  While reading David Platt’s “Radical” book, two points stuck out. 1. “Commit to believe whatever Jesus says!” 2. “Commit to obey what you have heard!”  

We appreciate your prayers and are so grateful for you who have already joined us in prayer, If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase your already generous support you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or mailing your support check to
Saving Grace World Missions

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 92886. *Note Pappas support in memo

Blessings,

Tim & Jenn Pappas

Ready, Set, Go . . . .

It’s hard to believe we are here, just days away from launching year three of the Calvary School of Missions. It has been an incredible journey in preparing young men and women to be future missionaries and Jenn and I can hardly believe that God has given us a front row seat to watch these young world changers blossom. Year one and year two students are teaming with testimonies of how God has touched their lives, stretching them and molding them in amazing ways

CSOM Class 2019
CSOM Class 2020

Each year has had its unique set of highs and lows, challenges and victories that God was faithful to see us through. We are sure this year will be no different and are looking forward to what the Lord has in store for us. One of the foreseeable highs that we want to share with you is that this year Jenn will be joining Tim for the whole six weeks! Jenn has not been able to go for more than a week at a time the last two years and as many of you know this has been such a difficult, but worthwhile, sacrifice. Year one we were newly engaged and year two we were newly married. Jenn made such a sacrifice and was so supportive, but being apart for six weeks each year was by far the hardest thing we went through together. So please rejoice with us this year as the Lord has answered over two years worth of prayer and made a way for Jenn to be there. We are excited for the opportunity this will afford us to grow deeper together in our calling of equipping and caring for missionaries.

Together on the field at last

Another one of the things that will be different this year is that we will be putting out a newsletter each week to take you along on the journey with us. You have already been such a big part of our calling and our walk and we feel this will be another great way to partner with you in the great commission. 

PRAYER REQUESTS

* Pray for the next phase of our life & marriage, but most importantly that we continue to strengthen our trust & faith in God and stay faithful to the calling He has for us right now! 

  • Pray for God to provide financially as we take this step of faith. Jenn’s job ended enabling her to join me this summer. But that means we won’t get a paycheck during this summer. Please pray that all our needs are met and that we can raise the finances needed to sustain us.
  • Pray for Jenn’s physical condition as she is still recovering from her surgery. 

PRAISE REPORTS

  • Jenn continues to lead a growth group with women studying the Bible together and growing through the Word of God. 
  • Tim continues to get teaching opportunities and is growing in his ability to teach God’s word
  • Tim’s sister accepted Jesus into her heart is on fire for Him and is attending Calvary Albuquerque. 

We are so thankful for your prayers and your support both financially and emotionally. We shudder to think what it would be like trying to do this without you and we need you now more than ever. We are in need of people who wish to partner with us financially and are so grateful for you who have already joined us in this area. If the Lord leads you to join us financially, or increase your already generous support, you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or mailing your support check to
Saving Grace World Missions

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 92886


*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas

Spring Has Sprung

Spring has sprung into action and so have we. So much has happened since the last time we had written, just like so much happens in the months prior to spring. We have had a wonderful season of being able to invest in the lives of others and have others invest in us. In February/March, I (Tim) was able to go to central Mexico where I was able to be involved in Missionary care as well as Missionary equipping all in one. We went to visit one of our newest SGWM Missionaries in Acapulco… before you start thinking it’s all sunsets and palm trees, Acapulco is ranked the city with the fourth highest murder rate per capita in the world and is an extremely hard place to minister the gospel of Jesus Christ.  It had been so long since anyone had been to see them that our missionary identified himself as an orphan missionary. We spent several days there visiting the work, serving in their church and edifying the family. As we were leaving I asked him if, as a result of our visit, he felt more equipped to continue on in the ministry and he answered emphatically yes. That was when it struck me that missionary equipping has many more dimensions than just training up and equipping young adults who graduate from the Calvary School of Missions. 

Speaking of graduates from the CSOM we also had an opportunity to visit, pray with and encourage a year one graduate/alumni. She is still very focused on serving in the 10/40 window amongst unreached people groups and we are going to do all we can to assist her. 

Us leaders with SGWM Missionary, CC Acapulco senior pastor
Visiting with CSOM Alumna in Acapulco

The second leg of our journey was to Mazatlan to visit Calvary Chapel Maranatha, a church plant from one of our church plants, Calvary Chapel Rosarito. We got to take part in their church planting conference and visit one of our missionaries there as well. It was such a joy to see what the Lord is doing there and again our missionary on the ground reported to be greatly encouraged by our visit and strengthened and equipped to continue on in the work she has been called to.

Last was a weekend youth retreat in Rosarito Beach where I was blessed with the opportunity to be a driver/chaperone as our high school pastor took a group of high school students and young adults to minister in Baja. 

Please pray for Jenn and I as the Lord continues to stir our heart for destinations south of the border. We are not completely sure what this looks like, as often is the case with the Lord, but we do know and see him calling us and using us more and more in Mexico.

We appreciate your prayers and are so grateful for those of you who have already joined us in this area. If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase you’re already generous support you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or mailing your support check to

Saving Grace World Missions

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 62886


*Note Pappas support in memo

PRAISE REPORTS: 

  • Praise God Jenn’s neck continues to heal nicely from her surgery. 
  • Praise God for His protection in our travels
  • Praise God for His provision to meet our needs

PRAYER REQUESTS:

  • Please pray for wisdom as Tim directs the Calvary School of Missions 
  • Please pray for a way for Jenn and I to serve together at the school this year as six weeks apart from each other is very difficult.
  • Please pray for our family as our uncle passed away this week.

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas

Full Speed Ahead!

Happy new year everyone, Jenn and I are excited to see what 2021 holds. We have talked to a lot of people and hear a lot of hope for a better year ahead. So far we have not seen it. I hate to burst anyone’s bubble even though have a hope and a future in Christ, ultimately times here on earth will get worse and worse. Jenn and I have purposed in our heart to dump the clutch, grab a gear and stomp on the gas.  Full speed ahead. Some of you older crowd know the context of that saying. We’re not concerned with the danger, we’re not discouraged by fiery darts, we have set our course for 2021, to not shrink back, to be dedicated to the furtherance of the gospel and the encouragement of the body of Christ. A compass point due north, keeping our eyes off of our circumstances and squarely on our master and king. If this sounds a bit like a war cry, that’s because it is. We have been called into battle my friends. Won’t you join us in prayer as Tim prepares for a trip to Mazatlan and Acapulco where he will engage in face to face missionary care there with SGWM Missionaries in both locations as well as serving at a church planting conference there. Praise the Lord Jenn is healing up nicely from her surgery and will be heading back to work. Please pray for her as she steps back into the role of ministering to women recovering from drug and alcohol addictions while pointing them to our Lord.

Preparation for return to work
Best ministry partner ever! 

None of us knows what 2021 holds but we certainly know the one who holds 2021.

If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase your already generous support you can do so by clicking below to become a financial partner or by mailing your support check to Saving Grace World Missions 17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 92886

*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas

A Two-Way Street

Here we are, finding ourselves so close to the end of 2020. Wow, what a ride! Thank you for joining us on this journey, you are a huge part of what we do.  One of the joys of 2020 has been our ability to continue to care for missionaries worldwide. God has definitely given Jenn and me a heart of compassion and the gift of caring for others that He allows us to use for His glory. It was exciting to see God’s confirmation over the last few months that we are not to go anywhere, we are to continue on assignment, pouring into and fortifying missionaries around the world as well as equipping missionaries on their way to the field.

In the last month we have been able to touch base with workers from Mexico, Brazil, and Cambodia to pray with them, encourage them and see how their ministries are going.

I (Tim) also had the chance to be part of a team leading the youth mission trip to Mexico. It is so important to allow junior high and high schooler’s to see and experience ministry cross culturally. They say, and it’s true, that short term missions do not change the world but they do create world changers. Please pray for the youth of CC Saving Grace that they would get God’s heart for the nations and the furtherance of the gospel through these short term trips. We are planning on making several more in 2021.

14 High Schoolers in a van . . . Good Times! 
Enjoyed Church at Calvary Chapel Rosarito 

An unexpected lesson came to us over the last few weeks that we are still in the midst of learning. This is that care is a two-way street. As some of you know, Jenn has had a long time degenerative disc issue and spinal stenosis. Mid-November she went in for surgery and the recovery has been quite hard. During this time so many people have been praying for her, for us, bringing over food, helping with laundry and other chores around the house or just being willing to check on us and see how we’re doing. This humbling blessing has brought with it many lessons. It has allowed us to see how hard it is for us to receive, it has allowed us to see how many people love us, it has allowed us to be on the receiving end and we thank you all so much.

Pastors, Elders and wives praying for Jenn (James 5:14) 
Jenn leaving the hospital to go home 

PRAISE REPORT : 

Praise God that Jenn’s surgery went well. Praise God that He continues to use us in the lives of others. Praise God that He has surrounded us with so many people that care for us. 

PRAYER REQUESTS:

Please Pray for Jenn’s continual healing. Please Pray for God’s blessing upon those who partner with us in this ministry. Please Pray for wisdom and discernment in how the Lord wants to use us. 

If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase your already generous support you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or by mailing your support check to
Saving Grace World Missions.

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 92886
*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas

Lives Touching Lives

In a world where the news just seems to be getting worse, problems seem to be getting bigger, tensions build, and anxieties sore we are here to tell you our walk with God and relationship with Him just keeps getting better and we hope that is a reality in your life as well. Our hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness. We love that song, we love that truth. Jenn and I are completely committed and totally sold out to walking with God and caring for missionaries, and if you’ve been reading our update letters, you’ll know it’s been a bumpy ride, yet around every corner God continues to show Himself strong. We have found great joy and lots of blessing in caring for missionaries on the field along with missionaries on their way to the field (i.e. Calvary School of Missions students). October was filled with missionary care on yet another level… in our home. We were blessed to be able to house and host a missionary brother from a Middle Eastern, predominately Muslim country who stayed with us for two weeks. It was a great time of fellowship and he left completely refreshed. 

Bro Time
Language Drills 

 For two weeks prior to that it was our joy to be able to house and host a couple who has a calling on their lives and their eyes set on planting a church in Japan. We also had several dinners with a family from Africa who wasn’t able to stay with us because our home was full but we had them over as much as possible for food and fellowship. 

Friends from Africa

We had such an incredible time loving on our fellow brothers and sisters who are giving up all the comforts of America for the furtherance of the Gospel over seas. We are so grateful for your support that enables us to work in this multifaceted ministry of launching and caring for missionaries. Speaking of support, in our last few update letter we had fired off the flares and sounded the alarms as our finances had gotten dangerously low. Yet again God has shown Himself strong on our behalf and we are so grateful to those of you who responded. We are so blessed and blown away by very generous responses. We are still in need of monthly partners to help sustain us on a month to month basis to keep us from getting in that spot again. If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially, or increase your already generous support you can do so 
by clicking here to become a financial partner or by mailing your support check to
Saving Grace World Missions
17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 62886

*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 
Tim and Jenn Pappas

One of the Youngest and One of the First

Jenn and I want to start out this month’s newsletter by saying that we are extremely grateful to still be here serving the Lord at Saving Grace World Missions. We posted last month in our newsletter that our support has gotten so low we had to stop payroll; we are still extremely short in our monthly income but by Gods grace and through much prayer of yours, ours, and many others God has made it evidently clear that we are to stay on the field, that we cannot leave our post. Missionaries must be cared for!! Serving as a stateside Missionary and being 100% dependent upon the Lord moving the hearts of financial partners has definitely been a challenge, but only for us, not for Him. Thank you so much to those of you who have heard the Lord’s voice and decided to partner with us to enable us to continue serving missionaries all around the world. We are still at quite a deficit to meet our monthly needs, however, I’m confident the Lord will provide.

I mentioned last month that we would tell more about the Calvary School of Missions (CSOM) and the absolutely incredible opportunity to serve that has unfolded in front of us. For the second year in a row, I (Tim) have had the opportunity to coordinate and oversee the Calvary School of Missions. This has led to a re-definition of my job description and an even deeper level of missionary care. I am officially now the Director of Missionary Equipping for Saving Grace World Missions. Part of my heart was torn because I truly still stand on the fact that Missionary care is the calling that God has upon my life, through prayer and seeking the Lord in His Word, I’ve been assured that I will still be caring for missionaries on the field as well as caring for those on their way to the field. This has taken missionary care in a direction I never even thought of but it’s just like our God to do exceedingly abundantly above what we can ask or think. Way too much is happening to write about in an update letter so I would invite you to contact me so we can sit down for a cup of coffee or have a conversation over the phone. I can’t wait to share more of all the Lord is doing.

CSOM Ministering at Indian Reservation

Students in Roof Top prayer seeking God  

One of the Youngest

 She is a 16-year-old who joined us for CSOM 2020.  Each one of the students is incredibly special in their own way but I want to highlight a few of them as I catch you all up on what has happened over the summer. This young lady came to us on her own accord with her own money saying “the Lord has called me to missions.” Before you get overly concerned she has two loving parents whom I’ve spoken to and prayed with on several occasions, they are 100% behind her and us and are confirming the clear call upon her life. So she arrives from another country to California and journeys with us to Mexico for a six week school where the fire in her eyes and conviction in her heart just grew stronger. This young lady will be completing high school at the end of this year, her parents along with her and the pastors here at Saving Grace World Missions will be seeking the Lord on how to best equip her for the work she is called to. 

One of the First

Let me tell you of one of the first, he is a young man who went to CSOM 2019. It has been my joy to be a part of his discipleship and training here in the intern program. I love being able to have a front row seat to see what the Lord is doing in this sharp young man’s life. He definitely has a clear call of pastoring and in a couple months will be going to a Middle Eastern country where he can learn language and culture in steps towards reaching the 10/40 window with the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

These are two extremely short stories of students who have come to the Calvary School of Missions and there are many more like them. Young men and women who understand the importance of the furtherance of the gospel to a lost and dying world. Men and women who are willing to be trained up, equipped, and sent. Thank you for partnering with us and helping us to stay engaged in the great commission. Together we are doing the work. John Piper once wrote “Go, Send, or Disobey.”  I love that statement because the reality is that those are our three choices. Not all of us can get on an airplane and head to faraway lands but we can all be a part of equipping and sending those who can. Thank you for partnering with us, without your support we cannot continue in this ministry. We realize we need to depend upon God, but we have yet to see him drop a bag of money out of the sky. He always uses others to financially assist. If the Lord leads you to partner with us financially or increase your already generous support you can do so by clicking here to become a financial partner or mailing your support check to
Saving Grace World Missions

17451 Bastanchury Rd., Ste.203 Yorba Linda, CA 62886


*Note Pappas support in memo

All for His Glory, 

Tim and Jenn Pappas