National Mission Partners and Prayer Needs

Double Oak partners with several mission efforts outside of our community. Below is a partial list of our national partners along with various prayer needs for each ministry. Follow the links with each ministry to learn more about their activities.


Bob works throughEvery Ethneto engage, equip and connect with existing believers so that they might go out into the world and reach others for Christ.Every Ethneequips believers for cross-cultural ministry through a one year mentoring process. This process involves them in team ministry to international students at their local university. For more

  • Pray for the McNabbs as they seek to multiply Every Ethne's global impact on the unreached by recruiting, training and placing high quality mobilization staff on strategic universities throughout the southeast United States.


Two Feathers Ministries exists to glorify God by making disciples of First Nations (Native American) peoples and recruiting believers to become laborers who will multiply His ministry while respecting Native cultures. Since 2007, Rick and Deborah Kesecker have been ministering to Native American youth by mobilizing teams to lead vacation bible school, discipleship training and Christmas outreach programs to share the hope of Christ on North American reservations. For more

  • Pray for the First Nations in Washington, New Mexico and Arizona that received the backpacks and pray for them to open doors to further ministry and communication of the Gospel.


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  • Pray for Church Planting and growth of fledging plants around North America.

  • Pray for Disaster Relief Volunteers transitioning out of service to the survivors of Hurricane Sandy. Since Sandy made landfall, SBDR volunteers (coordinated by NAMB) have prepared 1.8 million meals, cleaned debris from more than 1,000 homes and made 4,600-plus ministry contacts. Volunteers have shared the Gospel with more than 800 people, resulting in 88 professions of faith.

  • Continue to pray for the continued recovery and discipleship of new believers through the coordination of NAMB churches in the northeastern United States.