OUR MISSIONARIES

Cornerstone supports short-term and long-term missionaries both near and far. Get to know our missionaries and the people they are serving, and please pray for them. They are dear to us.  We ask the Lord to grant them favor as they make disciples where God has called them.

Joe and Brenda Chenoweth serve with Young Life, a Christian ministry that reaches out to middle school, high school, and college-aged kids in all 50 states and around the world. As an Area Developer for West/Central Missouri and Eastern Kansas, Joe helps communities build teams to start and sustain local ministry. Brenda serves in Young Life Harrisonville as a member of the adult support team and as a caring teacher in Harrisonville High School.

Luther and Lanita Eatman serve the Lord at Bridge of Hope Community Church in Kansas City, Kansas. Their mission is to compassionately transform lives through Jesus Christ. The Lord called and gifted the Eatmans to take the transformative power of God's love to those with troubled backgrounds—alcoholics, drug addicts, the homeless, ex-convicts, and prostitutes. You can learn more about their ministry at www.bridgeofhopekc.org.

Luke and Becca Perkins have three beautiful, joy filled children: Grace, Lydia, and Joshua. Luke graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary, where he earned a Masters of Theology (ThM). Luke and Becca serve with Crossworld, a missions sending organization based in the Kansas City area. Cornerstone Community Church is excited to support this family as they serve the Lord by training leaders and making disciples in Haiti. Read more at www.perkinsinhaiti.com.

Joe and Brenda Chenoweth serve with Young Life, a Christian ministry that reaches out to middle school, high school, and college-aged kids in all 50 states and around the world. As an Area Developer for West/Central Missouri and Eastern Kansas, Joe helps communities build teams to start and sustain local ministry. Brenda serves in Young Life Harrisonville as a member of the adult support team and as a caring teacher in Harrisonville High School.

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