Light for the Lost serves to “empower the church to provide God’s Word for every person on the planet.” Providing a variety of resources such as audio, visual and printed materials, LFTL has one guiding principle: all Light for the Lost assistance must be to provide resources directly related to evangelism.

LFTL is dedicated to sharing the message of Christ globally and is resourced by congregations from all walks of life. Through the generous giving of churches, individuals, and businesses, LFTL is assisting missionaries and missions projects around the world with evangelistic resources to share the message of hope.

John 4:35 says, “Look at the fields…they are ripe for harvest.” LFTL provided resources are multiplying and empowering the efforts of missionaries in communicating the story of Jesus to a ‘ripe field of people.’ Are you ready to make an eternal impact?

Contribute today with a special gift and/or sign-up to give on a monthly basis through our Councilman program. Councilmen are individuals that contribute monthly and receive a special newsletter once-a-month sharing testimonies and stories of what their contributions are doing.

2018 GoalS

50% church participation

2017 report

$98,165 given
44% church participation

As of September 2018

$71,774 given
44% of churches participating


2018 1st Quarter Results

$13,869.52 given
with 39% of churches participating so far.

2018 Tour Info

Join us for an opportunity to hear what God is doing around the world through the ministry of Light for the Lost.

Speaker Ken Huff
6:30pm seating, 7:00pm dinner
$8.50 in advance or $10 at the door
Steak dinner with the fixings

Monday April 30 | Astoria – Knappa AG
Tuesday, May 1 | Newport CCAG
Thursday, May 3 | Brookings – Lighthouse AG
Friday, May 4 | Myrtle Point VCCAG
Monday, May 7 | Bend – Faith CC
Tuesday, May 8 | Pendleton First AG
Thursday, May 10 | Hood River – River of Life
Friday, May 11 | Gresham FWC

Tickets can be purchased at your local church OR contact John Bagorio at [email protected]

Contact: John Bagorio, 503-975-0721, [email protected]