Our Partners

Make A Difference in Our World through effective partnerships.


Our Partners

Here at Focus Church we want to empower our partners to go and spread the love of Jesus around the world and to Make A Difference in our world.

We do this by partnering with organizations who specialize in specific areas and we work to enable them to continue their work by providing volunteer hours and financial assistance. We have partnered with organizations across Our City, Our Nation, and Our World.

We also believe it is important to send individuals to spread the Gospel in a more intimate setting, so we partner with select missionaries around the wold.

If you are interested in partnering with Focus Church please email Partners@focus.church

Teen Challenge Sandhills

Sandhills, NC

Partnered since 2016. Teen Challenge is the home of the faith-based recovery program where lives are changed. They are committed to: rekindling hope, renewing life, and restoring families by reaching out to men and women with life-controlling problems.

Brown Bag Ministries

Serving Raleigh and surrounding areas

Partnered since 2016. Brown Bag Ministries strives to provide to those marginalized; food, water, clothing, shelter, and friendship, to counsel them on becoming independent, and to be vocal advocates for those who do not have a voice.

Haven House

Raleigh, NC

Partnered since 2017. Haven house strives to help youth be safe, supported, and successful and to allow All youth reach their full potential. They have Diversion, Intervention, & Crisis & homeless programs.

Raleigh Rescue Mission

Raleigh, NC

Partnered since 2017.Raleigh Rescue Mission is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to serving the homeless in our community through the love of Christ. Their vision is to realize transformed lives and a transformed community through Christ.

Wake County Women’s Center

Raleigh, NC

Partnered since 2018. The Women’s Center is a multi-service resource center for homeless women, located near downtown Raleigh, NC. Their mission is to prevent and end homelessness for women in The Triangle Area.

410 Bridge

Locations: Haiti, Guatemala, Kenya, and

The 410 Bridge is a Christ-centered, non-profit organization committed to relentlessly pursuing healthy community development in nations confined by poverty. We engage followers of Christ to help people in developing nations lift themselves from poverty, restoring dignity, purpose and freedom.

Convoy of Hope

Serving the World

Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response.

A21 Campaign

Locations: Europe, South Africa, Australia, United States, and South Africa

They are a nonprofit organization fueled by radical hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. Abolitionists of the 21st century who work to free slaves and disrupt the demand.

Speed the Light

Serving the World

Speed the Light is the student-initiated, volunteer, charitable program that provides much-needed equipment to missionaries across the nation and in over 180 countries around the world.

Randy and Dezra Freeman

Location: Durban, South Africa

As a new globalized day dawns across Africa, Urban Tribes seeks to reach the city and it’s emerging people through strategic planting of high influence and high impact churches.

James & Rachel Courter

Location: Haiti

Founded Arise Haiti. They focus on healthcare evangelism, equipping Haiti’s next generation, Training leaders, and Church Planting. They are currently located in Port-au-Price, Haiti.

Ben and Kathleen Struss

Location: Bogor, Indonesia

Serving in the world’s largest Muslim nation. Currently they are planting an international church in Bogor that will build up disciples who will go and plant more churches to reach the Sundanese people in restricted areas of Indonesia.

Sean and Julia

Location: Middle East

“Ministering to Muslim’s through one cup of tea at a time.” It’s not easy work to share the Gospel in a muslim country. But, if someone doesn’t do it and risk their lives, will these people ever be given the opportunity to love Jesus and be saved?