Missionaries and organizations supported financially supported financially and with prayer by Grace Covenant Church.
Brian Asker: InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Email: brian.asker@studentjourney.org
Website: www.intervarsity.org
Brian is campus staff for Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN. He attended Grace (then called Knollbrook) as a Computer Science student at NDSU.
Karl and Susan Peterson: Covenant Missionaries, Mexico
Email: peterson@patco.org
Ken Olson: Wycliffe Bible Translators
Email: ken_olson@sil.org
Website: www.wycliffe.org
Ken has been with Wycliffe for many years. He attended Grace (then called Knollbrook) as a student at NDSU.

Bob Bliss: The Master's Theater
Email: ixtus@digitaljam.com
Chaplain Bob Bliss is the Founder and President of the Master's Theatre Inc. (TMT), a Christian drama troupe that ministers to inmates of jails and prisons around the country and their families.
Alexander Kazmerchuk: Balkan Church Planter
Website: www.eminternational.org
Jim and Deb Smith: Wycliffe Associates
Email: james_smith@sil.org
Email: jrsmith1154@ameritech.net
Website: www.aramaicbible.org
Jim and Deb work with Aramaic Bible Translation where Jim is the language project advisor for three "Mother Tongue Translators (MTTs). He is the liaison between the MTT's and the funding agencies, the staff and the board of Aramaic Bible Translaion.

Al Baanna: Emanuel Ministries
Email: admin@eminternational.org
Website: www.eminternational.org
Al is the President and CEO of Emanuel Ministries International, based in Brainerd and St. Cloud, MN. EMI began with a focus to train church leaders in the Soviet Union and Soviet Bloc countries of Eastern Europe. That focus has been expanded to assist national evangelical churches to train and send young men and couples to evangelize and plant churches where there is little or no witness for Jesus Christ.
The Congo Church
Website: www.covchurch.org/mission/regions/africa/congo
New Life Center
Website: www.fargonlc.org
The New Life Center is Fargo's oldest and largest rescue mission whose purpose and pledge is to serve homeless and needy people through a program of spiritual, physical, material, and emotional assistance coupled with education and public awareness. Founded February 1st, 1907 as the Glad Tidings Mission, the New Life Center has evolved from an organization that primarily conducted religious serves and neighborhood outreach work to a Christian multi-faceted emergency and crisis service center.
The Salvation Army
Website: www.usc.salvationarmy.org
Feeding the poor, loving the unloved, and meeting human needs in the name of Jesus is the Salvation Army's mission.
Youth For Christ
Email: rryfc@juno.com
YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to rais up life-long followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to the Word of God and prayer, passion for sharing the love of Christ and commitment to social involvement.