Your prayers impact children, teens, adults. To receive regular prayer requests and answers, email LuAnn at


Work as a missionary locally, utilizing your talents and gifts in communities that need you. You can make an impact by helping a student with homework, leading a kid's club, filling gift bags, cleaning a kitchen, mentoring a teen or serving in any number of other ways.

GIVE Financially

There are two ways you can give. You can give online by clicking the “Donate” button below, or mail a check to Mission 98, 12848 W. Iliff Avenue, Lakewood, Colorado 80228. This tax-deductible gift enables us to continue to provide meals and healthy snacks at all of our events, maintain a food pantry and host carnivals, game nights and teen activities. In addition, your gift provides back packs, Thanksgiving meals, Christmas presents and birthday parties complete with gifts for children. It also helps support young adults who give their time being the hands and feet of Jesus in our communities.  


Each year our ministry relies on mission teams to help us better reach our communities.  Hal Penner, a youth pastor from Oklahoma writes of his experience, "For many students in our Youth Ministry, the hi-lite of each summer is our mission project. We have had an awesome opportunity to partner with them 10 times over the past decade and my students are always stretched by their experience there. We get to do many different activities: painting, cleaning, playing with kids, grilling hotdogs, twirling cotton candy, purchasing school supplies, making back-to-school backpacks and sharing the gospel. Each one of us returns from the week changed by our experience and renewed to continue the same kind of ministry back home." For more information about bringing a mission team email


The Mission 98 intern program provides an intense discipleship program for college students or recent college graduates. For two months each summer these students are immersed in city ministry. The mornings are spent in Bible study and team building, supplemented by training from a former international missionary.

The afternoons and evenings are spent leading kid's clubs, teen events, and community activities. On Sundays interns teach children, teens or adults lessons they prepared during the week. They learn to host mission teams and to plan for and implement carnivals. They develop leadership, teaching and relational skills as they interact in cultures that are often unfamiliar to them.

Summer 2019 Internship Info

Fall 2019 Internship Info

Internship Application