Mission Partners

Here at FBC, we deeply believe we are only one small part of the work God is doing around the world.  And so we work hard to support other Christian brothers and sisters as they serve elsewhere in the USA and also in other places around the world.  Here are some organizations and individuals that we support:


Clarity Clinic of SW Wisconsin, LTD, is a non-profit, EDUCATIONAL organization. Our team of educators, nurses, and advocates are dedicated to serving women and men, through education, related to pregnancy and reproductive wellness. We are non-judgmental and provide unbiased, factual information to educate and empower you to make an informed choice.

To share the gospel and disciple all people in all places, The Navigators includes a wide variety of ministries and a broad family of missionaries, supporters, and volunteers. The Navigators reaches and disciples people in need of the gospel where they work, live, worship, and play: on college campuses and military bases, in inner cities, workplaces, churches, and local communities, and in hard to reach places.

At FBC, we are excited to support two families involved with the Navigators…

Jeff and Beckie Weigel

UW-Madison Campus

Roger and Lynn Hamilton

Eagle Lake Camps

ITEC develops tools and training programs, trains indigenous Christ-followers, and equips others to do the same both domestically and abroad. Our goal is to eliminate the potential for dependency by partnering with, training alongside, and learning from the indigenous churches. We call this interdependency, a concept found in passages throughout the Bible, and clearly in 1 Corinthians 12:12-31.

Craig and Julie Hunter

IDENT (Denatal work)

Training Leaders International trains pastors and leaders around the world, partnering with local leaders who have invited us to provide the theological training pastors and leaders desperately need. We meet this need through modular training, teaching in formal schools, planting schools and leading international churches.

Josh Montague

Pioneers partners with local churches to make disciples and initiate church-planting movements among unreached peoples. The unreached are cultural and ethnic groups without a self-sustaining witness to the gospel in their own cultures. Pioneers’ teams make their homes in unreached contexts and learn new languages. They use innovative and creative means to build relationships and make disciples. They introduce people to the Bible and share the gospel in culturally understandable ways.

Tom and Allison King

Grace Mission in Haiti should be a ministry where leaders and people are of strong Christian Character. Developing leaders who will multiply leaders with proper doctrine and a servant’s heart, who will build changed people that will change the country! The idea is that when we are being what we need to be — God will open the door to do vast things for HIM!