Trent and Elizabeth DeLoach share a passion to reach the nations. As Send Relief missionaries and leaders at Clarkston International Bible Church (CIBC), they invest their lives in people from around the world in Clarkston, Georgia, a city sometimes called the most diverse square mile in the United States.
Launched as a traditional church in 1881, everything changed a century later when the city became a refugee resettlement site. Now, CIBC is where people from diverse backgrounds find common ground. It hosts seven churches and 12 missions groups on its campus and acts as a hub for Send Relief compassion efforts.
60 LANGUAGES ARE SPOKEN IN THE 1.4 SQUARE MILES OF CLARKSTON.
“Nearly 2,000 refugees a year resettle here,” says Trent. “Our neighbors speak many languages, and most have substantial needs the church can meet.”
For more believers to move into Clarkston to live among the nations with gospel intentionality.
For God to give you boldness in sharing His love and Jesus’ sacrifce to lead people into everlasting life.(JOHN 3:16)