Colombia Vision Trip

Campaign Created by: Tabernacle Presbyterian Church

The funds from this campaign will be received by TABERNACLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

Goal : USD $12,000
Raised : USD $12,950

This Campaign is currently disabled and can not receive new donations.

We are excited! This summer, from June 25 to July 2, Tabernacle Presbyterian Church is sending an eight-person team to Rionegro, Colombia. Our goal is to see firsthand the new work God is doing there through the Iglesia El Redentor church plant and to support the work of missionaries John & Lorena McCall and Nate & Nikki Bonham. We plan to serve the church and encourage the missionaries through a number of ministries:

  • VBS for the kids—Lots of Colombian kids are attending El Redentor, and we will host a three-day VBS to help them better understand how God loves us and saves us through Jesus.

  • English Club for college students—This is a key strategy to reach students at the local university.

  • Art outreach to the community—We hope to expose more people to the ministry at Iglesia El Redentor through sidewalk art in chalk.

  • Encouraging the missionary kids—Being a missionary kid in cross-cultural ministry is hard work! We will seek to encourage and bless the six missionary kids during our time in Rionegro. 

Church planting is at the heart of Tabernacle’s mission. We are thrilled to see the start of this new congregation, and we are excited to discover how our church can serve them as they grow and continue to multiply!

Would you help us help them? Our team needs to raise $12,000 to make this vision trip possible.


Update #1
June 6, 2022
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We have reached our goal! Thank you so much to all who have contributed. You are a blessing to us!


  • Please pray for each member of our team: Angie Pearson, Daza Craig, Parker and Katie Dell, David and Molly Sawyer, and Essen and Lydia Daley.
  • Pray for good planning, good health, good travel, and good team dynamics.
  • Pray for effectiveness at encouraging the McCalls, the Bonhams, and the saints at El Redentor.