Local Outreach

Good Shepherd has a long history of sending and supporting our people all around the world. We send our best with the goal of furthering the gospel and strengthening the body of Christ.

The mission of Local Outreach is to mobilize the people of Good Shepherd by providing opportunities and encouragement to share the words, works and ways of Jesus in their community. Local Outreach is relationship driven. 

14 But how can they call on him to save them unless they believe in him? And how can they believe in him if they have never heard about him? And how can they hear about him unless someone tells them? 15 And how will anyone go and tell them without being sent? That is why the Scriptures say, “How beautiful are the feet of messengers who bring good news!

Romans 10:14-15


Allen & Penny Abrahamson

Location: Oregon

Website: Chosen People Ministries

Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same.

Taylor Burnett

Location: Oregon

Website: Young Life

Taylor works with Young Life. Young Life invites young people to experience life as God designed it to be lived.

Clint & Kati Davis

Location: Oregon

Website: Camp Morrow

Clint and Kati’s mission is to maintain and improve the campus of Camp Morrow Bible Conference for the purpose of facilitating the ministry of reaching children and adults with the gospel of Jesus Christ. 


Location: Oregon

Websites: Bridging The Gap  |  Mentor Support Collaborative

Darlene has been mentoring women for over 30 years and working in anti-trafficking efforts since 2011, coordinating donated resources from churches and community partners for victims. In 2013, she developed a mentoring program for sexually exploited survivors and served as the Director for 4 years. Darlene is currently the Director of Mentor Support Collaborative, a team of trauma informed leaders dedicated to developing healthy leaders and training and equipping the faith community. 

Darlene is also the President of Bridging The Gap-Oregon, a nonprofit which helps to meet the needs of the most vulnerable through a collaborative effort among community partners.

John & Amy Rozzelle

Location: Oregon

Website: CRU

John leads the Portland metro team with the goal of getting the gospel to every student on every campus. We hope to see the day when each of the 100,000 students on 20 campuses in the Portland metro are have an opportunity to: Know Christ, grow in their relationship with Him, and be equipped to Go into the world to help others do the same. Amy serves as the Cross Cultural Training Coordinator for the U.S. Her team develops and implements cross-cultural training for all of the Cru staff, equipping them to work on multi-ethnic and multi-cultural teams here in the US and abroad.

Makena Schroder

Location: Oregon

Website: Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Unite your two passions, faith and athletics, to impact the world for Jesus Christ.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Makena Schroder



Location: Portland, Oregon

Website: Because People Matter

Through Btown Kids And Night Strike, BPM focuses on Mobilization, Relief, & Transformation for populations in the margins, because people matter.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Jeff Persell


Location: Oregon

Website: Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap-Oregon works alongside law enforcement and other community partners to provide resources and support to sexually exploited and other complex trauma survivors. We are developing a comprehensive, secure mobile app featuring advanced technology for law enforcement and victim advocates. The app includes an integrated “real time” alert system, a directory of local service providers and members, available resources, and private in-app messaging on a platform with features for a mass centralized communication system— connecting victim needs to community partners who can help.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Darlene Domenigoni

Child Evangelism Fellowship

Location: Oregon

Website: Child Evangelism Fellowship

Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living. CEF has many different ministries for children, but the primary ones are the Good News Club and the 5-Day Club.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: LuAnn Meisenhelder

Compassion Sandy

Location: Sandy, Oregon

Website: Compassion Sandy

Compassion Sandy is an annual one day catalytic event led by the churches and greater community of Sandy, Oregon. The next event is cancelled du got COVID-19. We are many Churches reflecting different denominations cooperating together to provide compassionate services to our neighbors who are underinsured and in need. Our guests experience the love and grace of Jesus through the provision of free basic healthcare and social service networking.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Shan Hill

Davis Elementary

Location: Rockwood, Oregon

Since we started working with Ashley and the Davis staff, we have attempted to come along and support a variety of activities/programs at Davis. Some times is has been through prayer and other times it has been financially or with volunteers. As we have come along side the Davis staff we have attempted to give them a breath of fresh air that is the love of Christ.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Tom and JoAnn Harrison

Eternal Perspective Ministiries

Location: Sandy, Oregon

Website: Eternal Perspective Ministries

Eternal Perspective Ministries is founded and directed by author Randy Alcorn. We are a Bible-believing, Christ-centered nonprofit organization with two objectives: Teach and Reach.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Randy Alcorn

Faithful Friends

Location: Rockwood, Oregon

Website: Faithful Friends

“The mission of Faithful Friends is to cultivate mentor relationships that inspire growth, resilience, and hope. Of the kids in our program:

21%  are (or have been) in foster care and/or have been adopted

16% are from immigrant/refugee families

30% have one or more family members who are (or have been) in prison

21% have experienced some form of homelessness

We believe mentorship transforms individual lives, families, communities, and generations.”

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Darrel and Karen Bennett

First Image PDX

Location: Oregon

Website: First Image PDX

Our Pregnancy Resource Centers exist to provide life-giving help to those facing an unsupported pregnancy.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Larry Gadbaugh

Good News Community Health Center

Location: Oregon

Website: Good News Community Health Center

We are a non-profit faith-and community-based health center serving our neighbors in Rockwood and East Multnomah County.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Dale Barker

Immigrant Connection

Location: Oregon

Website: Immigrant Connection

Immigrant Connection PDX is a low-cost immigrant legal services office. Our Department of Justice Accredited Representatives provide affordable legal services for immigrants in our community. Services begin at $40.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Serena Rannanbargar

Jail Ministries

Location: Oregon

Website: Jail Ministries

Chaplains at Multnomah Co. jail deliver requests from inmates for books bibles or to meet to pray or do bible studies and to deliver appropriate  messages to or from family or pastors.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Dan and Janice Beeghly

My Father’s Heart

Location: Oregon

Website: My Father’s Heart Street Ministry

We share the love of Christ, as demonstrated in the Word of God, to transform the lives of hurting, lonely, hopeless and addicted people.

We see The Father’s Heart as a safe refuge, where those struggling with homelessness can rest, shower, sleep, eat a warm meal and rest in the peaceful presence of the Lord.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Mark Murdock

My Father’s House

Location: Oregon

Website: My Father’s House

The mission of My Father’s House is to equip homeless families with the life skills necessary to become contributing members of their community. Our Vision… The vision of My Father’s House vision is to be a leading model for successfully transforming the lives of homeless families from dependency and need to self-sufficiency and contribution.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Cathe Weise

Obria Oregon City

Location: Oregon

Website: Obria Oregon City

Our purpose is to provide women, men, students, and families compassionate, comprehensive and high-quality health care in Oregon City and surrounding areas. Obria Medical Clinics are fully-licensed community care clinics providing professional medical consultations, well woman care, pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, STD testing and treatment, pre-abortion screenings, abortion education, abortion pill reversal, prenatal care, health education and referrals. We provide the support and answers you need in regards to your sexual health. Your health and well-being are important to everyone at Obria Medical Clinics.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Tina Fortin

Pregnancy Resource Center Sandy

Location: Oregon

Website: Pregnancy Resource Center

We are a Christian ministery that lovingly affirms and assists women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy with personalized care and resources. Our passion is to encourage and support individuals in making responsible choices about their own lives and the lives of the unborn.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Cheryl Harris

Redemption Church

Location: Portland, Oregon

Website: Redemption Church

Redemption Church exists to spread the fame of Jesus Christ by: Proclaiming and displaying the good news of salvation and new life in Jesus. This is achieved by preaching the gospel, making and maturing followers of Jesus, and by building a healthy church centered on the word of God. Laboring to strengthen local congregations. It is our desire to start a new church that is a blessing to other churches. We will pray and work to see neighboring churches flourish in the gospel.

We are preparing future church planters for ministry, seeking to be a training ground for men who aspire to the church planting ministry. Bridging cultural and racial divides. We hope to bring all kinds of people together around the gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe that our unity is a powerful witness to the unbelieving world. Loving the city through acts of mercy. We will seek the welfare of the city by caring for the weak and championing the cause.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Vergil and Kelsey Brown

Responder Life

Location: Oregon

Website: Responder Life

We serve First Responders and equip them to thrive.

Because First Responders experience the hurt in our communities like few others.

Because First Responders have a unique opportunity to bring Peace to our communities.

Because all people are of infinite value to God.

We express our commitment to first responders through integrity; being committed to truth, service; being motivated by love, and unity, which is sustained by humility. The fruit of these values is trust.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Steve Bartol

Salvation Army – Gresham

Location: Gresham, Oregon

Website: Salvation Army

Portland Salvation Army Family Stores operate in order to fund our Adult Rehabilitation Center. 100% of the profits from the stores go into allowing men to recover from drug and alcohol addiction at no cost to them. By donating or shopping with us, you are giving hundreds of men the opportunity to have a new life.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Gordon Vavrek

Second Home

Location: Oregon

Website: Second Home

Second Home, a program of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, serves students in Washington County, Clackamas County, Gresham-Barlow and Lincoln County school districts. Our program is a ground-breaking example of how a community can respond to the issue of youth homelessness. Through recruiting volunteer home providers we match students on track to graduate high school with housing and support to meet their goals. Second Home is also available to provide support to people who are already housing unaccompanied homeless youth.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Adam Jenkins

Shalom Rockwood

Location: Gresham, Oregon

Website: Shalom Rockwood

As faith leaders, we are called to cultivate community within our congregations and beyond. We formed the Shalom Rockwood Network to foster collaboration between inter-faith leaders, serve our neighbors and grow our community.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Pete Armstrong

Shepherd’s Door

Location: Portland, Oregon

Website: Shepherd’s Door

Shepherd’s Door is a community of single women and women with children (ages 10 and under) who participate in New Life Ministries at Portland Rescue Mission.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Allison Parris

The Harbor

Location: Portland, Oregon

Website: The Harbor

The Harbor is a community of men overcoming homelessness and addiction in the men’s New Life Ministry at Portland Rescue Mission.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Dan and Janice Beeghly

Young Life – Barlow

Location: Gresham, Oregon

Website: Young Life Barlow

Young Life is made up of people like you – who know that life was meant to be fully lived. If you’re in middle school, high school or college, there’s a seat at the table here for you. And if you’re an adult who cares about kids, there are tons of ways to get involved.

We promise three things: you’ll have outrageous fun, you’ll always belong and we’ll talk about what really matters in life – including God’s extravagant love for you.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Taylor Burnett

Young Life – Sandy

Location: Sandy, Oregon

Website: Young Life Sandy

Young Life is made up of people like you – who know that life was meant to be fully lived. If you’re in middle school, high school or college, there’s a seat at the table here for you. And if you’re an adult who cares about kids, there are tons of ways to get involved.

We promise three things: you’ll have outrageous fun, you’ll always belong and we’ll talk about what really matters in life – including God’s extravagant love for you.

Good Shepherd Contact Person: Dan Ekstrom