Lee McCloud

Cindy and I have had the privilege of serving the Oregon Ministry Network for more than twelve years and realize how fortunate we are to part of this amazing team. What God has done, and continues to do here in Oregon is worth celebrating!
Church Development

From Dreams to Reality

We made significant progress in a number of key areas in 2020. We we went through a major restructuring of our Network Affiliated churches, assisted 17 churches in transition, and planted three new churches.
Church Planting

3 New Churches

Refuge Church (Prospect)
Warren & Alma Boyd
Real Life Church (Eugene)
Trevor & Sarah Means
Hope City Church (White City)
Jason & Paula Noble
Network Affiliated Churches

Reconstruction Plan

We assisted 19 churches transitioning from Network Affiliated status to General Council status. This process required new bylaws, policy manual and the formation of the new Church Health Team.

Pastoral Transitions

We assisted 17 different churches who went through pastoral transitions by providing board and transitional team support. 16 of these pastoral changes happened during the COVID Pandemic. We supplied 11 interim pastors for these churches.

Building Healthy Churches

From a financial standpoint, the Oregon Ministry Network invested $98,396 or $269 per day in Church Development efforts across the state of Oregon in 2020.
Project Team Leader

Junior & Tricia Childers

In the Oregon Ministry Network, Junior Childers is the Church Development Project Team Leader and serves as the coordinator for building projects. Junior’s background in construction and his experience as lead pastor qualifies him to assist local churches with building projects. Junior can be reached at junior.childers@yahoo.com or 541-891-0934.
2021 Highlights

Building Projects

• Worked on 10 church projects.
• 23 MAPS RV volunteers.
• Provided 3800 man hours.
• 100k Saved OMN churches just under $100,000.
Church Resource

Mission Insite

We provide this complete, comprehensive and up-to-date demographic tool to help churches know their communities better.

Light for the Lost

For over 60 years, Light for the Lost has strived to send the message of salvation through Christ through printing and distribution of gospel literature and other evangelism resources. Funding resources such as audio, visual and printed materials, Light for the Lost has one guiding principle: that all assistance must be used to provide resources directly related to evangelism. The need for resources is higher than ever, and 2020 marked another year where giving to Light For the Lost was up exponentially!
LFTL Giving


Over the past three years we have seen a 51% increase in giving. Giving was up 28% in 2020 over 2019 which was up 23% over 2018.
2020 was not a year of defeat, but truly a year of dreams for our Network. In the midst of what was called a “disastrous year,” we can testify that our all-sufficient God demonstrated His power and faithfulness.