"We want you to know, brothers,1 about the grace of God that has been given among the churches of Macedonia, for in a severe test of affliction, their abundance of joy and their extreme poverty have overflowed in a wealth of generosity on their part."  2 Corinthians 8:1-2

Paul was greatly moved by those churches in Macedonia who, even when they were struggling, saw the Great Commission as their primary calling.  They believed it so much, that the Bible says they gave "beyond their means" for the sake of the gospel in places they may never connect with.

It is our desire to pray, give, send, and go to the nations for the cause of Christ.  The Macedonia Project is a strategy to accomplish this goal.  It is our desire to serve our local community and Kentucky, the United States, and other nations with the saving power of the Gospel through partnerships and giving strategies.  Below is an example of how this works.

1.  Local & Kentucky Missions: Our goal is to conduct and give to mission projects in our local community of Frankfort and the greater state of Kentucky on a quarterly basis.  In other words, we're always on the move.

2.  National Missions: Even though we are the most blessed nation on the planet, there are millions of people who still need the saving power of the gospel.  We seek to partner with other ministries throughout the country in order share the gospel of Jesus Christ.

3. World Missions: Christ called us to go to the ends of the earth.  We take that calling seriously!  While we may not have the resources to go on mission annually (at least not yet!) but we certainly aim to pray for and give to annual mission trips.  In addition, we aim to send/go on mission every other year through strategic partnerships.

If you have a desire to share the love of Christ, there is a spot within the Macedonia Project!