The Timothy Initiative is an international church planting organization built through the one-on- one discipleship. As of 2017, TTI has started over 40,000 churches and reached almost one million people with the message of Jesus Christ.
Destiny has partnered with Frederick Douglass Elementary School to provide food for needy children. These are children who are on a subsidized food program at school but do not have food on the weekends. Presently Destiny is feeding almost one hundred children each week.
Thom and Becky Davis
Thom and Becky Davis serve at Unsión TV in Cuenca, Ecuador. Tom is the Executive Producer of the station that now broadcasts programming with a Biblical worldview to over 500,000,000 Hispanics across the Americas.
Kids Konnection DC
Theresa Mullen began working in the impoverished neighborhoods in Southeast Washington, DC in 1987. For the past twenty-one years, Kids’ Konnection has been operating in six communities east of the Anacostia River in Wards 7 & 8. Providing ministry to children and needed supplies to their families, Theresa and her ministry team now serve thousands of children each year.
La Croix, Haiti New Testament Mission
Destiny has been supporting Pastor Pierre and the La Croix Mission since the beginning of Destiny Church in 1999. Since 1975, Pierre has been feeding and teaching the children of La Croix. This school now has 3,500 students from preschool through grade 12. The spiritual impact of this mission has changed the face of this Haitian city.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives… one heart at a time. Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Destiny supports FCA Loudoun, which is led by Derrick Ellison.
New Life for Youth
New Life For Youth is a residential, Christian-based training center for people with life-controlling problems. Founded by Victor and Carmen Torres, this ministry has helped change the lives of countless people throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
The Erickson Family
The Ericksons are long-time friends of Destiny Church. Todd was on staff at Destiny when in 2010 God called him and his family to Antigua, Guatemala. They work through a mission organization, Redeemer’s House International, committed to building transformational relationships with children and families, meeting physical needs and offering spiritual life through Jesus Christ.
Servants 4 Him
Forest & Carol Kendall are the founders of Servants 4 Him and provide leadership and direction to this ministry which operates to train pastors to serve throughout Guatemala. Currently there are more than 125 pastors in training every month.
Destiny School of the Arts
Destiny School of the Arts was started by Destiny Church as a way to connect with our community in a greater way and share the light of Christ with others. DSOA now has over one hundred students ranging from preschool through elementary school.
Liberty Church Network
Liberty Church Network is a national network of local pastors who are passionate about the Great Commission and want to carry that mandate out in relationship with other like-minded pastors. Destiny is an LCN Local Center church.
Tree of Life Ministries
Tree of Life Ministries is a Christian non-profit ministry with one purpose… to reach out to the poor and needy of our community with the love of Jesus Christ.
The Gideons International
The Gideons are a group of believers dedicated to making the Bible available to everyone and reaching souls for Christ. Today they have taken more than 2 billion Bibles in ninety-five languages to two hundred countries.
Hope 21 is a ministry launched by Mike and Donna Buckley aimed at bringing hope to the hurting and hungry. Hope 21 delivers clean water through water filters to people in desperate need all around the world.
Katey Erickson is a Destiny home-grown missionary serving in Mission El Faro in Guatemala. She works with the children and youth of El Faro through mentorship and discipleship.
I grew up in a large family in northern Virginia and since I was little had a huge heart for young kids. The second my church had announced they were going to an orphanage in Guatemala for a short term trip, I eagerly signed up! It broke my heart to leave, but after returning home I knew I wanted to come back!…
Rachel Hale de Garcia grew up in Destiny and is now living in Guatemala with her husband Nolo. They work with a poverty-stricken neighborhood called “The Blessing” and focus on bringing Jesus, nutrition and education to this community.