Outreach and missions are at the heart of our ministry. We travel and minister locally, nationally, and internationally. We also support an array of ministries that minister to people and churches world-wide.


Prison Ministry

We have been ministering in the prisons in Branch County for over 25 years. We do services once a month for the inmates in our local prison system. Our ministers share the Truth with these men that will transform their lives. We also take our praise & worship team and occasionally our drama team. We have seen God do great things in these men. We believe that they are leaving the prisons changed and are becoming faithful, dynamic members in their home churches, communities, and homes.

Children’s Outreach

We are involved in numerous community events that touch the lives of our community’s children. The community invites us to minister through puppets and and games and face-painting at various events.
We also reach out to our community by providing Kids Camp and Hallelujah Night – a Halloween alternative.


We have developed our own “A-Team” short for “At-a-moments-notice” Team. This team is designed to travel to churches and areas that need help NOW.
This team was able to travel to Mississippi and Louisiana during the Hurricane Katrina crisis. They ministered by hauling and distributing goods and necessities to churches and their congregations. This team has also traveled to churches that need assistance with building projects and renovation.

Youth & Young Adult Missions

In 2013, Re-Generate traveled to Ukraine to host a youth conference and help jumpstart a youth program for a church there.
In 2012, Re-Generate traveled to Ukraine to host a youth conference and minister to and encourage young adult leaders there.
In 2010, TAKE 1 traveled to Bessemer, Alabama for a week of partnering with and assisting The Foundry. While there, they worked in the Foundry Thrift Store, served meals at the homeless outreach, and ministered through testimonies and dramas. Love works!
In 2009, TAKE 1 traveled to New Mexico to minister at the Navajo Indian Reservation at Iyanbito. They ministered daily by completing work projects as needed at the local church and the local neighborhoods. During the evening, they ministered in services.