FCC MissionsJesus told his disciples, “Go, teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost” Matthew 28:19. While in our hearts, as Christians, we support any mission project that helps spread the word and love of our Lord and Savior, financially God has lead us, as a church, to support two main mission organizations: International Missions Outreach (IMO) in Haiti, and Phillip Cameron Ministries (PCM) in Moldova.

1 Samuel 18:1 “And it came to pass....that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.” Since Pastor Ken first met Pastor John Hanson, and Pastor Wesley first met Philip Cameron, they felt as if the Lord had knitted their souls together for such a time as this.

Fayetteville Community Church has developed a personal relationship with both of these organizations, and has had the privilege of seeing, firsthand, the difference we are making in the lives of others.

Pastors John and Joyce Hanson and the IMO team are our direct link to Haiti. They have been ministering in the country of Haiti for over 35 years. Fayetteville Community Church has been supporting their ministry for 16 years. One of the ways our church family is involved in Haiti is through the Child Sponsorship Program. Many children in Haiti are sponsored each Sunday as we simply place our loose change in the morning offering, two of our children’s classes support a same-age boy and girl by their own allowances and offerings. Many individual church members and families support children on their own. Our sponsorship provides these children with meals, school uniforms, and books. We continue to send missionary teams, construction materials, medical aids, Christmas shoeboxes for children, and containers of rice and beans to aid in mission work throughout the country of Haiti.

Phillip Cameron, the staff at PCM, and girls of Stella’s House have opened our eyes to the evil world of human trafficking. Our support of PCM helps Phillip and his staff build homes called Stella’s Houses, that provide shelter, care, training, and refuge to these girls who are released from the orphanages when they are 16, ensuring they will not have to become prey on the streets.

The Hanson family, the Cameron family, numerous representatives from IMO Haiti, and girls that live in Stella’s Houses in Moldova, visit with our church family on a regular basis. We have been blessed to be able to form personal relationships with these organizations and the people we are helping, and know that our funding is truly being used for the purposes that are stated.

To learn more about IMO and PCM, please visit their websites:

International Missions Outreach Monthly Update

International Missions Outreach Haiti

Philip Cameron Ministries