We believe that lost people matter to God. Therefore, lost people matter to the church. Sharing the good news of the gospel (that Jesus’ death on the cross and resurrection restores our relationship with God) is the most important thing we can do as believers.
RiverValley views missionary work not only for those who are called to work in full-time missions, but for everyone in the local body. Jesus tells us to go into the world and make disciples baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
At RVC, we support the following missionaries who are serving either overseas or stateside. There are additional missionaries we support and pray for whose information we cannot share for security reasons.
Charlotte serves with Key Radio in Provo, Utah and at Orchard Hills Bible Church reaching the Mormon population.
Karatu Orphan Project
13 children in Tanzania. Funds are used for the children's school fees which includes uniforms and food. Have also assisted with medical needs and funds to purchase a house.
Mark and Emily Rygh
Mark and Emily serve with CRU Support staff development and are based in Oshkosh.
Pat serves by organizing ESL classes for migrant workers and as a year-round volunteer for Operation Christmas Child.
Randy and Wanda Potratz
Randy and Wanda serve with SIM International. Randy creates procedures and policies for data protection and privacy. In summer Wanda serves at orientations in Charlotte.
Ray is retired from serving in Latin America with SIM. He is still teaching Bible via Zoom in Chile, Peru and the U.S.
Stephan and Katie Altergott
Stephan and Katie serve with Athletes in Action at UWO.