Windy City Community Church places a high value on reaching people with God's Truth.  We are fortunate to partner with dedicated individuals who are using their passions and skills to share the love of Jesus around the world.

  • The Burkes

    Vince and  Lori are engaged in pastoral ministry with Christ Commission Fellowship (CCF), as well as recruitment and development for Kids International Ministries (KIM), both based in Manila, Philippines.   The CCF movement, which has 40 church plants, focuses on training leaders, discipling believers and preaching the Word of God throughout the country. Vince also serves as pastor and liaison for KIM, and hosts short-term mission teams.  Vince has written three books for children and one for adults and Lori is actively involved with a flour sack ministry, benefitting Filipino families. Further information email:

  • The Bartholdsons

    Rob and Hilary are working with Ethnos 360/Canada in partnership development. They and their 2 boys are heading to Nunavut in Arctic Canada to share the Gospel with the Inuit people. For further information: or email or

  • The DYCKS

    Vern and Holly work with Ethnos360/Canada equipping students for cross-culture church planting among the unreached people groups of the world. Having served in Venezuela in a church plant themselves, they share their experience in the classroom and at Emanate, the training facility for Ethnos. Both are involved in teaching, discipleship, and leadership in Canada and the United States. You can find more information by clicking here. You can also visit Holly's personal blog.

  • The Fischers

    Mark and Mary Fischer are with Cadence International at Ft. Hood, Texas. They relate to military personnel by sharing  Christ through relationships, Bible study, discipling and hospitality.  For more information, see their Facebook Page.

  • The Lees

    Don and Sharon have extensive mission experience in the Philippines, Russia and India. Today they live in Memphis, Tennessee and run an inner-city ministry through their non-profit organization called Memphis House of Prayer and Justice (MHOPJ) that focuses on helping pull young men (ages 13-17) out of the school-to-prison pipeline. Sharon also continues to minister in India and Myanmar (formerly Burma) and make regular trips back as often as possible. Reach Don or Sharon via email by clicking their names, or  visit MHOPJ's Facebook page.

  • The mackays

    Don and Kristen MacKay spent 20 years of active service at Faith Academy in Manila Philippines. Kristen is currently serving as the vice principal at Faith Academy.  Email us if you know a teacher who would consider teaching overseas. To reach out or for more information about their ministry: visit First Love International Ministries website.

  • The Bislews

    Johnathan and Heather have a passion to make Christ known by raising up a generation of servant leaders to reach the plentiful harvest at Mankato State University, in Minnesota, and throughout the nations. Luke 10:2 says, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.” 

    See their group's website,

  • the Missiaens

    Preston and Martina are working with Ethnos 360 in Mexico. They and their 2 children are completing Spanish language study in Mexico. When complete, they will move to a village to share the Gospel with a minority language group in Mexico. 

    For further information: or    email