God is on the move!


The plan of God is to redeem a group of people who are his very own, and this group of people will be called out and redeemed "from every tribe and language and people and nation (Rev. 5:9b)."  In short, the Gospel of Jesus Christ is for the entire world!  God will not stop until he has created his people from the nations, and we want to be caught up in God's universal redemptive plan. 

To that end, we have partnered with several individual missionaries and agencies, ranging from here in Michigan to across the world.  Here is a listing of the missionaries and mission agencies that we have partnered with:

  • Sojourn Network - a network of evangelical, reformed baptistic churches that covenant together to plant more and healthier churches.

  • Christ's Hope International CarePoint - a carepoint in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Jamanique that aids HIV/AIDS-affected children in physical, educational and spiritual care in a Christ-centered, nurturing environment

  • City Church and Femi Osunnuyi - a church and pastor in Lagos, Nigeria that we have partnered with through Redeemer City to City. They are working to ignite a gospel movement throughout Lagos, the largest city on the continent of Africa.

  • Andrew & Leah Postema - missionaries to Romania, leading a camping ministry that aims to assist local churches by encouraging their youth to trust Christ as Savior, cultivate authentic relationships, and make life-changing commitments.

  • Charlie & Rachel - Charlie and Rachel, serve as a part of PALM (Preparing Arab-world Leaders for Ministry) a ministry of Pioneers.

  • Jan Oudemolen - retired missionary who spent many years teaching release time and after-school Bible classes for children K-4th grade. Sojourn is Jan's home church.

  • Helen Squires - Helen Squires and her husband, Wayne, served as church planters with Continental Baptist Missions. Wayne served as Pastor at Sojourn for nearly 20 years. Wayne passed away in April 2016 and Helen is currently living in Grand Rapids to be closer to her family.