Our Mission partners

The River is honored to support and be involved with several mission partners who are impacting the world for The Kingdom. Through our partnerships, we are able to spread the good news of

Jesus Christ and "Go into all the world and make disciples of all the nations",

as we are called to do in Matthew 28:19-20.  

  • adullam youth outreach

    Spanning over two decades, Adullam Youth founders Mark and Leslie Dollar continue pursuing the vision to reach a “fatherless generation.” Many teens struggle with identity issues within a culture of abandonment in an unprecedented time. Adullam Youth was establish to reach out to the needs of today’s youth and provide a place of rescue and refuge.

  • John 3:16

    John 3:16 Ministries is a spiritual boot camp for men with addictions. Located in Charlotte, AR, the ministry has been helping men find the cure for their addictions through Jesus Christ since 2003. Directed by Bryan and Beverly Tuggle, John 3:16 is a 501(c)(3) that receives no federal or state funding.


    The River is proud to partner with this excellent ministry and has seen abundant fruit in the lives of men from our county and beyond.  

  • samaritan's purse | Operation christmas child

    Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan's Purse International.  Through their shoe box ministry, millions have been reached with The Gospel.  The River is honored to be a regional collection center for this great organization.  During our 15 years as a collection center, over 100,000 boxes have passed through our doors and have been sent out all over the world reaching entire communities with The Good News of Jesus Christ.   

  • new life international foundation for children

    New Life Foundation is an international charitable organization which was established in 2001 by Pastor Glorious and Josephine Shoo as a response to the desparate poverty affecting thousands of children in Tanzania.  It exists to provide one of the best methods of eradicating poverty in this developing country.  New Life provides a holistic education and 24/7 care of the most vulnerable children in Moshi and surrounding districts. The foundation encompasses a boarding school (Fountain of Hope), babies home (Fountain of Zoe), a home for at-risk teenage girls (Fountain of Joy) and community outreach program (Fountain of Love).  Over 480 children are now being cared for, educated, and loved at various sites around Moshi.

  • The village global

    Established in 2009 by Jason and Nicole Fitzpatrick, The Village is an agricultural Christian community whose residents live out the book of Acts by having all things in common with the body of Christ. Village 1, located in the Puebla mountains and Village 2, located in Tulancingo, Hidalgo, are strong and growing communities. Currently, there are over 40 children that were in extreme need that Jason and Nicole have taken in as their own, plus 23 children from the 8 live-in staff families who run the Villages day to day. The Fitzpatricks live and rotate between them, helping them with their churches and schools, and showering them with Jesus’ love. They have taken in over 300 children over the past 8 years (of whom, they have helped restore many to their families, helped others mature enough to get jobs and become self-supporting, and the rest are still with them). There are more than 20 strong, established house churches that Jason pioneered in the area, and their leadership teams visit them weekly. Jason and Nicole continue to help feed and clothe the residents of the Village, minister to the churches, care for over 20 widows, and provide basic medical care for residents and the poor in the surrounding areas.

    In 2013, after years of prayer, Jason and Nicole opened a Safe House to protect, care for, bring emotional, spiritual and physical healing, and educate young girls who have been rescued from human trafficking until they are ready to join the family at Village 1 or Village 2. The Safe House is strategically located in an area where vulnerable children are frequently exposed to human and drug trafficking—and where the Fitzpatricks are poised to rescue them. It is near a college where students from Village 1 (who have graduated from high school) now attend. This location serves as a home to these college students, also, and they help disciple and protect the younger children saved from such horrific environments.

  • pastor Denis miranda, managua nicaragua

    Pastor Denis Miranda is the senior pastor of CCE (Emmanuel Christian Center) in Managua, Nicaragua. Pastor Denis took the position of senior leader of this church in 2015, after being associate pastor for two years. Denis Miranda, a Harding Alumni, has a great passion to see his nation transformed by the power of the gospel and revival, and to see a generation rise up who can positively influence Nicaragua and other nations. Denis has been able to connect with re-known pastors of Nicaragua, to dream and push for reform in their nation and is often invited to the local Christian TV station to minister. 


    Through community outreach programs, Pastor Denis is working to raise people from poverty through programs for the poor. At his church, he currently has a partnership with an organization that feeds about three hundred children.  Currently he is planning to open a daughter church in Leon, Nicaragua, where he believes many lives will be touched and transformed. Pastor Denis is often invited to minister in churches throughout Nicaragua and beyond.  Recently, he was invited to minister at an International Conference near Barcelona, Spain. Pastor Denis Miranda has a passion “to bring heaven to earth,” and to have “massive discipleship.”

  • The Good Samaritan center

    The Good Samaritan Center is a food pantry located in Searcy, AR.  The River serves at the center for one month each year, providing food, clothing, and financial assistance to those in need in our community.  


  • jacob's place

    Jacob’s Place Homeless Mission in Searcy provides temporary housing for homeless families with children in White County. The mission empowers the homeless by providing financial, spiritual, emotional and job counseling while receiving shelter. Jacob’s Place is an area agency of United Way of White County.