Stateside Missions at RBC is defined as those who serve in the continental 48 States and minister to those in the geographical area around them.

RBC currently supports 15 local mission ministries including Crisis Pregnancy Centers, jail ministries, local church plants, and college campus ministries.

  • Fairfax County Jail Ministry
    Chaplain Vic Ransom coordinates all religious activity at the Fairfax County Jail.  He personally visits inmates in their cells and teaches Bible Studies throughout the week.
  • Laos Church
    Pat and Robin Kearney have been ministering in a number of Laotian Churches in Northern Virginia for the past 25 years. They work through the mission agency Pioneers. Prior to this they were foreign missionaries in Bangkok, Thailand. Pat came to the Lord in the mid-seventies while shining shoes with Mike Minter at Reston Country Club.
  • VCU
    Brandon and Lindsay Spurlock work with the Cru ministry at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. This is a new work as Cru is not represented in any area Richmond College. As they make an impact at VCU, they hope to expand the ministry into the University of Richmond and other Richmond area colleges/universities.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    Derrick Ellison is the director of FCA Loudoun. FCA ministers to the high school youth who are involved on their school athletic teams. RBC also supports Justin Kleiner with FCA. Justin ministered under Derrick and is now spear heading a new work with FCA in Lancaster, Pa. RBC supports Noelle Blankenship with Loudoun FCA as well.
  • Mosaic Virginia and Sanctity of Life Ministries
    These ministries assists women and men with pregnancy issues. Although these issues vary from case to case the ministry goal of presenting the Gospel never varies.
  • Connecting Business Men to Christ (CBMC)
    John Endlich, an RBC attendee, is the metro director for the greater DC connection. CBMC exists to present Jesus Christ as Savior to business and professional men and then to develop them to carry out the great commission. Throughout the Washington DC area a growing number of men are meeting weekly and monthly in small CBMC sponsored groups to carry out this mission.
  • YoungLife Loudoun and Fairfax
    YoungLife is ministering in a number of Loudoun and Fairfax County High Schools. YL meets weekly at morning Bible Studies before school, has opportunities during the school day on campuses, and hosts weekly evening meetings.
  • Navigators Metro Director
    Chris Mogensen is Navigators director for all the ministries in the Metropolitan DC area. These ministries vary from inner city DC to suburban ministries around the city.
  • Cru Washington, DC
    Andrew and Karlayne Powars, after finishing a successful college ministry at Radford University and the University of Maryland, were transferred to the Washington, DC area in 2011. Their task is to start new Cru campus ministries at 8 different area colleges including Marymount, American, George Washington, Georgetown, Catholic, and Howard Universities, as well as the University of DC and Gallaudet in the next 10 years. Cru was approved as the first Protestant student organization at Marymount.
  • Virginia Tech
    Adam and Ruth (Blanchard) Bethany work with Cru at Virginia Tech. After the shooting massacre in April 2007, the spiritual climate on campus changed and a new door to gospel conversations was opened. Adam and Ruth pursue students for the sake of the Gospel. Their goal is to turn lost students into Christ-centered laborers.
  • Spanish Church Plant in Carroll County, Md.
    RBC supports missionary Todd and Tammy Comstock in this Spanish church plant ministry in MD. Todd and Tammy served for over 25 years in the a tribal jungle ministry to the Ese Ejja people group and now that they are back in the States they have planted a Spanish speaking church in MD.