ICC Mission Work

International Christian Center was born with a vision for mission work. We don't want to limit our reach to just the local community in Renton! We have a heart to reach the whole world for Christ. At ICC, we commit a missions faith pledge twice a year where our members pledge to give toward missions and thereby reach out to the world! Additionally, we send out missionaries to many countries and financially support churches all over the world. Pastor Ong visits his mission establishments in Ghana about twice a year and often brings a team of missionaries from ICC with him. Learn more about the Ghana missions, our missionaries, and our churches we support below! To find out more about Pastor Daniel and Connie Ong's history in ministry, visit the "About" section of our website.

Missionaries Sent from ICC

Abel & Kira Robb, Cambodia, Southeast Asia

Christian & Amanda Shields, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA

Jeff and Laurie Korum

Felix and Dora Arthur

Pastor Monia Najem

Phillips Family

Seawards

Lauren & Jimmy Beck, Oregon, USA

Mohan & Aparna Bhatt, Nepal

Choi Family

Ellen+Versfeld

Pastor Raymond and Anna Anyang

Ria and Forrest Headsho

Steve and Shelly Kaylo

Justin & Liz Hansen, Thailand, South East Asia

Pastor Gaby and Jenan

Korotkov

Pastor Martin Akolatse

Pastor Martin Akolatse

Pastory Aloysus Godfrey and wife_Nigeria

Pastory Aloysus Godfrey and wife_Nigeria

Ron and Michelle Lockwood

Our Churches

Elim Christian Centre, Accra, Ghana

Elim Christian Centre was planted by Pastor Daniel Ong in 1997. This church was the first African church planted by Pastor Ong and is the "mother church" from which many churches have been It is currently pastored by Pastor Raymond Anyang. The church is the “mother church” of the other outreach churches.

Elim Christian Centre, Kwame Baofo, Ghana

Elim Kwame Boafo was planted in 1999. It is currently pastored by Pastor Michael and Pastor Peter and has an average attendance of 70 adults and 85 children. Highlights include the establishment of an Elementary school in 1999, now with 105 students, a Church plant in Nsawam in 2002, and a church plant in Aburi in 2006.

Elim Christian Centre, Tekyi Krom, Ghana

Elim Tekyi Krom was planted in 2000 and is currently pastored by Pastor Martin and Comfort Acorlatse. Approximate Sunday attendance is 70 adults and 35 children

Elim Christian Centre, Boi, Ghana

Elim Boi was planted in 2001 and is currently pastored by Pastor Felix and Dora Arthur. The average attendance is 90 adults and 50 children. This church purchased land and started an elementary school project.

Elim International Family Church, Accra, GhanaElim

International Family Church was planted in 2001 by Pastor Connie Ong and is currently pastored by Pastor Henk and Maria Ouwejan. Highlights from this church include the planting of an Arabic-Labanese church and Chinese church and our very own ICC in Renton! Approximate Sunday attendance 250 adults and children.

Arabic Christian Church, Accra, Ghana

The Arabic Church was started in 2007. It started to meet the spiritual needs of the Arabic speaking community in Accra, Ghana. Today the group is growing and God is doing a new thing among those who have come. We have the privilege of ordaining Pastor Gaby and Jenan as the overseer of the church.

Elim Chinese Church, Accra, Ghana

Pastor Henk Ouwejen

Elim Christian Centre International, Abuja, Nigeria

The church was planted by Pastor Godfrey in 1999. This church has been expanding since then and currently has their own building and have planted 5 other churches in Nigeria and other West African nations! Additionally, a Bible school was established by this church to train and send out missionaries.

Elim Christian Centre, Benin, West Africa

This church was started by Pastor Barnabas and is a daughter church of Elim Christian Centre Boi of Ghana.

King of Kings Church, Beirut, Lebanon

This church is pastored by Pastor Monia Najem. She took over as the lead pastor of the church in September 2013 with less than 10 people and now the church as grown to over 50 members!