For every tribe, tongue, and nation.
Every person has a role to play in what God is doing to redeem a people for Himself.
Goers sent to the most unreached places
Participants on short-term trips too over 25 countries
Serving through prayer, gifts, and advocacy
What’s your next step?
Take a Next Step
Go and Serve
On a short-term mission trip
We desire that every person at The Austin Stone go on a short-term trip at least once. If you have never done this, it may be the year for you! Short-term trips play a significant role in our spiritual formation, and are strategic for long-term kingdom impact. On these trips, we serve alongside long-term workers who are making disciples and planting churches. Trips are generally seven to ten days in the winter and summer months to places like Europe, the Caribbean, the Middle East, South Asia, and more.
Train and Discern
In a Disciple Making Intensive group
Do you desire to be a disciple who makes disciples? To advance the gospel wherever you are placed in your community or within the city? If so, take the next step by joining a 10-week Disciple Making Intensive (DMI). These groups are designed to provide our church body with practical training and tools to engage in the work God is doing in our city and among the nations. If you’re interested in joining a DMI or want to learn other ways to get involved, please complete the form below. ………………………………
Through providing tangible needs for goers
We currently have 140 long-term Goers from The Austin Stone in 25 countries around the world. Every so often, Goers return for a home ministry assignment to visit supporting churches, catch up with friends and family, fundraise, and attend various medical and legal appointments. Since many have sold everything they have in order to move overseas, they are in need of homes and cars for one to six months when they return to Austin. As a church family, we would love to meet those needs while our Goers are stateside.
Through generosity to reach the nations
Giving is a primary way to get involved in God’s work among the nations. In Philippians 4:15-18, Paul credits the Philippian church for partnering with him by giving. He says it is not the gift he seeks, but “the fruit that increases to [the sender’s] credit” (Phil. 4:17). The generosity of our senders enables the fruit of our Goers, and senders participate alongside our Goers with mutual joy. Join us in engaging the nations through generosity, either with a one-time gift or ongoing monthly support to our Goers.