Strategic Partners

Joining God's work in the world.

Four Areas of Focus

The Vulnerable

Giving a voice to those without a voice.

The Next Generation

Training and developing gospel bearers for the next generation.

The Local Church

Partnering with and investing in God’s expression of hope in the world.

The City

Reaching the world by becoming the heart of the city.

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How your generosity is transforming lives in Uganda.

By Becky | February 17, 2020

I once could never have imagined getting to travel the world helping others discover how much God loves them and how big His plans are for them. Now I am the Executive Global Director of Lifeworkx. With the help of Pulpit Rock, Uganda is seeing transformative awakening by the tens of thousands.

The Gift of White Lab Coats

By Becky | January 28, 2020

Last fall Kyle traveled to our partner church in Ethiopia with a couple eye doctors. We wanted to share a few more photos from that trip. Thank you for your faithful support of Pulpit Rock which allows us to support incredible work in Ethiopia!

An Eye Clinic at Leku Keta in Ethiopia

By Becky | October 7, 2019

Kyle Collins spent last week in Ethiopia, accompanied by two eye doctors. They spent time at our partner church, Leku Keta, where they conducted an eye clinic to address the massive need for eye care.

Building a Lighthouse in Lebanon

By Becky | September 24, 2019

As a part of last year’s Christmas Offering, we partnered with Pastor Mohammed to build two Refugee Lighthouses in the middle east. We wanted to show you what your money has done. Here are photos and a report from the Lighthouse we funded in Lebanon.

Led and Loved by “the least of these”

By Becky | April 16, 2019

We “do” the basketball camp, youth gatherings, and painting knowing we’re doing it for Jesus. Under the stars the last night, I looked at Juan, sitting in the glow of that fire, and realized that maybe in the midst of us thinking we’re doing something for them, for “the least of these,” they’re actually doing something for us.