Our Mission is to Proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord to everyone: locally, nationally, and internationally.
Located in Scottsbluff, Nebraska and serving Scotts Bluff County, we see ourselves as a missions outpost to our immediate area. It wouldn’t make any sense to try to reach the world with the message of Jesus without starting here at home.
We serve every month
Christian Student Fellowship is a non-denominational campus ministry in Nebraska and South Dakota.
WestWay Christian Church supports John Mulholland III as he ministers to international students on the campus of the University of Nebraska in Kearney.
Through CSF, John connects with the hundreds of international students on the UNK campus who love to have friendships and conversations with American students.
This is an amazing opportunity to make new friends, learn new cultures and languages, and all while loving a student from another country with the love of Jesus.
WestWay’s missions strategy includes preparing the next generation of church leaders. In addition to offering a scholarship to any WestWay student attending Bible college, a portion of our regular support goes to Summit Christian College. Summit students have the opportunity to connect with the faculty and staff on a level that is impossible in most colleges, and they benefit from the global ministry experiences of their professors and immediate opportunity to apply what they’re taught in the classroom.
Our partnership with Summit Christian College includes our pastors and staff serving as ministry mentors for students.
Our giving helps to enable Summit to offer a Biblically sound education without requiring students to take on overwhelming debt loads in order to graduate.
Lifeline Christian Ministries comes alongside communities to bring groups and families together to serve God through our meal packs events. God calls on us all to serve, regardless of age or ability. Our meal pack events offer a serving opportunity that all can participate in. Together, we spread God’s love across the world.
Each year, WestWay Christian Church hosts a meal pack that brings together Nebraska panhandle communities. Participants pack thousands of meals that are shipped overseas to those in need and grow in Christian fellowship along the way. Serve God through our high energy meal pack event and remember, it is more than just a meal, it’s a tangible way to share Jesus’ love!
Neema in Swahili means Grace and any good done has been done by the Abundant Grace of God!
Neema Village began as “Neema House” in 2012 as a rescue center for abandoned, orphaned and at risk babies in Arusha, Tanzania, East Africa. During that time, hundreds of babies have been rescued, many abandoned babies have now been adopted and others who had lost their mothers during the birth were saved and have now been able to return home to an extended family member. We love the idea of “Families not Orphanages.”
WestWay provides support with monthly giving. Also, all profits from the WestWay Coffee Ministry go to support Neema Village.
Myanmar Christian Mission is bringing the eternal hope of Jesus Christ to the people of the southeast Asian nation of Myanmar (formerly called Burma).
The mission involves literature services, medical services, and leadership training. Native evangelist, Dr. Joshua Leme currently serves as MCM’s director and is instrumental in the operations of Eastern Bible Institute of Myanmar, training local leaders to establish and lead churches throughout Myanmar.
The aim of Northwest Haiti Christian Mission is to “provide sustainable, real support to Haitians in need, enriching their lives both spiritually and physically.” Their website does a great job of filling in the details, but we’ve loved being able to be a part of their work.
Each year, we send teams to NWHCM to help in their medical ministry… or one of the orphanages… or a new church plant… or the elderly care center… or the Bible college… (seriously the list of what is going on through NWHCM is awesome and you should check out their site!). You can sign up for their updates here.
Mission to South Africa has a history of evangelizing, church planting, and caring for community needs since Stu and Marilyn Cook began their work in Johannesburg in the late 60’s. This legacy continues through their various Bible education works and efforts to care for and love the people around them.
Their Lethabo Kids Club is the source of the best meal of the week and the best news they’ll ever hear for about 800 kids in Leseding. Despite a 70% unemployment rate in the community, these kids are finding hope as they connect to Jesus and His people. You can learn more about them through their (mostly) monthly newsletter.