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WorldCare Sunday

Thank you for your continued support each time we have a 5th Sunday and collect a special offering dedicated to our WorldCare ministry! 

Many are helped with your generous donations each time we have a WorldCare Sunday.

The year 2021 is our 31st year of supporting mission efforts, both at home and around the world.

4 easy ways to donate... pick one & give any time!

  1. Text the $, a space, and the word WORLD to 972-884-5050. Example: Text   40 WORLD   to donate $40

  2. Online @ - choose SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

  3. Drop donations* in the World Care dropbox in the foyer if you are able to join us in person

  4. Mail*: Prestoncrest, 12700 Preston Rd #210, Dallas, Tx 75230

*Writing a check? Please ONLY write “WORLD CARE” in the memo line (as opposed to an individual work) so Elders can distribute funds as needed.


The Campinho Church of Christ ("Igreja de Cristo de Campinho") in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was planted by Gordon & Ila Dabbs and their mission team 20+ years ago. It continues to make disciples and grow. Jefferson Ché serves as the leader and preaching minister. The financial impact of the pandemic is taking a toll on the church and it's ministry to their congregation and community.

Bibles written in French are desperately needed in churches of 11 different French-speaking countries. Bibles are being distributed by preaching graduates of Benin Training Center. (Read more about the graduates of the Benin Training Center and more ministry efforts to French Africa through F.A.C.E. ministries @

God's Children Ministries continues to work with the children in Romania. Though Anne Boyd now has to live in Athens, Greece due to the harsh weather in Romania, the work in Romania continues through her leadership. Much good is accomplished each year through the financial support of Christians worldwide who know and love Anne and admire her work. Pray for Anne and her husband, Ivar, as they continue to serve the Lord together. Read more about this ministry and Anne's work @

World English Institute teaches English, free of charge. Their desire is to help people communicate effectively and to gain upward mobility using the English language. Their bigger mission is to lead people to Jesus by using Bible stories to illustrate the English grammar they teach. It is able to offer classes in countries where the Bible has been outlawed. Find out more @

One Time: Some funds are used to support one-time requests as they occur.

Thank you for your support of WorldCare. Please keep these works & workers in your prayers, along with all of our mission families! Also, please pray that the Lord continues to bless Prestoncrest's WorldCare ministry and for all that receive donations.


World Bible School (WBS) is one of the most proven, cost-effective means of equipping Christians to fulfill The Great Commission. It has taught millions by mobilizing tens of thousands of volunteer Christians. Churches can use WBS programs to equip their members and involve them in evangelism. WBS can even help congregations connect with seekers in their community… or anywhere on earth! Find out more @

World Christian Broadcast (WCB) exists so that those best served by broadcast media become aware of the Good News of Jesus. WCB's shortwave broadcasting communicates to millions every day. KNLS, located in Anchor Point, Alaska, has been on the air since 1983. An additional station is operating in the region of the Indian Ocean and reaches China, Russia, Africa, and the Middle East. Find out more @

Khon Kaen Bible Institute is under the leadership of Kim Voraritskul, and is training preachers with a goal to plant churches across the 20 provinces in Northeast Thailand. Students come from all over the area to learn, study, graduate, and move to one of the provinces to plant a new congregation. The KKBI graduates receive support for 5 years after graduation, and then become supported by their new congregation or their own vocation.

Psalom, an Acapella Spiritual Music Ensemble, brings new music to area churches. As members of the Neva congregation in St. Petersburg, Russian, they are involved in promoting and teaching Acapella music in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Konstantin Zjhigulin, the organizer of the group, composes many of their songs in the more understandable modern Russian language and the songs are gladly used by congregations.

One Time: Some funds are used to support one-time requests as they occur.