Grace Fellowship currently supports several ministries.
Through this support we aim in spreading the good news
of Jesus Christ within our own community and beyond.

If you would like to contribute to any of these ministries
please contact us or click on the link to go directly to their website.

Pregnancy Help Center
Pregnancy Help Center is a locally funded non-profit organization that has been serving individuals in crisis pregnancy in southern Brazoria County Texas and beyond since 1990.

Safe Haven Maternity Home

To Every Tribe
The primary focus is to target people groups and locations where there are no evangelical churches. While tribal ministries have been a focus of To Every Tribe through the years, we do not work exclusively with tribals. For example, several of our current areas of ministry in Mexico are not with tribal groups, but they are in places where the Gospel of Jesus Christ has not been made known.

Steve and Robin Henry
Steve and Robin live in a small community on the Laguna Madre in the northeastern most state in Mexico. They are involved in Bible studies and outreach with the desire of seeing a church established there.

Scott and Kate Ronyak
Scott and Kate began searching out different mission organizations and after almost three years of closed doors found To Every Tribe Ministries. They have completed the Center for Pioneer Church Planting (CPCP) in Los Fresnos, Texas which has helped to prepare them for cross cultural ministry. They hope to leave for Papua New Guinea in August of 2010.

Matt and Leanne Wilkinson
We are Matt and Leanne Wilkinson. We are from New England (Salem, MA and Dexter, ME) and lived there until we left for missions in 2009. After missions training with To Every Tribe Ministries, we moved to San Antonio, TX to join our church. Our children are Jacy (13), Julia (10), Tabitha (8), Seth (6), Caleb (4), Susanna (2), and Josiah (10 mo's).

The Lord sent our family of nine and one other family to Monterrey, Mexico in November, 2015 through Grace Community Church of San Antonio. Our current goal is to help equip two new, non-denominational churches in this area who asked us for oversight. We hope to strengthen the churches by teaching them through preaching and practical classes, and by evangelizing side-by-side with the churches. Neither church has elders or deacons yet, so we hope to appoint qualified men in these roles this year. With a population of four million, Monterrey is a great place to evangelize. There is much liberty to preach in public places here, even on buses and on the subway. We also see Monterrey as a good launching pad to reach other places in Mexico. If God keeps us here, we have a vision of reaching impoverished neighborhoods and villages with the gospel, along with medical/dental care and Bible lessons for children. Through Matt's training as an EMT and "bush dentist" and his practical experience in Papua New Guinea, India, Philippines, Iraq, Nepal, and here in Mexico, we can meet physical needs in the name of Christ while sharing the soul-saving message of the cross. Leanne is in full-time "youth ministry" with our family as she homeschools the children and manages the home. We pray we can send these "arrows" into the harvest as seven more laborers for the Lord.

In order to fulfill these goals, it is quite important to learn Spanish. Studying the language is a major priority at this time. Please pray with us for these things, for more laborers, and for a harvest of souls!

See this helpful website from our church:

You may contact us through:
PHONE: 210-374-3643 (texts & calls)
Grace Community Church
P.O. Box 10608
San Antonio, TX 78210

Church Phone: 210-222-2030

Ken and Mary Barber
Ken Barber is a missionary Evangelist currently serving in Belize Central America. Ken has taken the Gospel to many people, on the streets, in Church metetings, and in prisons in the USA and abroad.

Prison Ministry
GFC has an on-going prison ministry which is being coordinated by Roy Hensley in Cape Coral, Florida. Our church provides Bibles, Reformed periodicals and study books to our Christian brothers who are incarcerated anywhere in the US, but especially in our Texas prison system. We also correspond with several inmates, both male and female and send them Bible studies provided by Mr. Hensley and our pastor, Sam Bundick. If you are interested in writing one of our Christian brothers or sisters in the prisons, please contact us.