United Christian School

Located in Camp Verde, our program is centered on Christ. With Christ at the center of our teaching, our students develop a Biblical worldview and the knowledge to defend and support that view. We are constantly reviewing our curriculum in order to best minister to our students’ needs. God has led us to transition to a Classical Christian Education.

·       Our Mission: to provide a Christ-centered, Bible-based classical education.

·       Our Vision: To build up disciples of Christ who live by The Book

Preschool, K-8th Grade, and Child Care

Email: cvucs@qwestoffice.net  

website: www.cvucs.org

Spirit of Martyrdom

SOM International serves kindred-hearted national leaders by providing relational and financial support and tools to advance the gospel. These leaders have a “spirit of martyrdom” . . . they trust God to lead them in effective outreach as they live in restricted and hostile regions. These leaders are the “boots on the ground.” They are a credible witness of Jesus Christ and have much faith by leading lives of courage. The regions they serve have limited or no access to the Word of God.

Chaplain Randy Elliott, InFaith Ministries

Randy Elliott is Chaplain for Yavapai County Detention Services (Verde Jail), Juvenile Corrections Institute (Prescott Juvy), and Auxiliary Chaplain for Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (Adobe Mountain). The age range for Prescott Juvy is 12-18 years old, though they have had kids as young as seven years old.  Age range for Adobe is 15-18 years old.  Age range for Verde jail is 18-85.

Randy currently has about 70 volunteers under his watchcare.  This includes volunteers for juvy and the jail, jail letter writers, Catholic and LDS volunteers for the jail, and at times others.

Goals of ministry: To present Jesus Christ as God incarnate, introducing men, women, and children to Him, and encouraging these people to read the Bible so they can get to know Him personally.  Also, to show ourselves as born again followers of Jesus Christ to be of “one body and one Spirit,…with…one hope of our calling: one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all who is over all and through all and in all.” (Eph 4:4-6).

Randy and his team distribute Bibles, a daily devotional, and a Bible workbook.  They receive donations to pay for these Bibles and books.  They do not take book or Bible donations. They also offer online Bible College courses.

People can support Randy in prayer, financial giving, or becoming a volunteer.


Native American Outreach Ministries, Inc. is a licensed emergency shelter and long-term housing in Northern Arizona ministering to Native American children.  The organization is centered on Christ, demonstrating the transforming love and healing power of Jesus Christ. 

Jakab and Kalli Holladay, Chi Alpha Missionaries

Jakab and Kalli serve as campus missionaries at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. They each lead small groups on campus and guide students in hands-on ministry training. They also lead mission trips to other areas of Texas to minister to the poor and homeless, bringing hope to the streets.

Art and Jodi Heilmann, Time to Revive

Time to Revive (TTR) travels throughout the United States, awakening the Church from her sleepy state and equipping the saints for Christ’s return. TTR partners with the local Church in each community, bringing believers together across denominational lines and inspiring them to obey the Great Commission to go in the power of the Holy Spirit and make disciples.

Through dynamic hands-on training, the TTR team empowers the saints to leave familiar church walls and walk by faith to share the Gospel in authentic and life-changing ways. Funded entirely through donations, Time to Revive invests heavily in the local Church, spending a week or more in each partnering community. In addition to partnering with the Church, TTR also works with civic leaders, the business sector, schools and universities, media outlets, the arts and the family unit to bring the entire community together to see city transformation through the message of the Gospel.

Jim and Anna Mensie, Mission Belize

Initially called to Belize in 2007, our Father led them to a small-isolated village on the peninsula where they planted a church which is growing and flourishing.   In addition to the thriving fellowship, Jim & Anna provide various humanitarian-aid services to the village population which includes providing shoes & clothes – especially to the school children and other impoverished villagers. 



Joni Byler

Joni is a missionary to the refugee population in Athens, Greece. She is on staff at Damaris House, a safe house and recovery program for women and their children who have been or are at high risk of sexual exploitation or trafficking. She is also active in street outreach to refugee women and children. Joni disciples teens and women in Bible studies and local house churches. She networks with other missionaries in Athens to share Jesus, offering  vulnerable women salvation for body and soul.