The Mishpat Project

seeing Jesus' Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven

The Vision

What if you could ensure that kids from under-resourced neighborhoods in our community are resourced with food, mentorship, and discipleship in the gospel every single Saturday?

What if you could help bring restoration and healing for a woman who has been rescued from sex trafficking? To give her a safe place to live for the next 12-18 months. A place where she will be ministered to emotionally, physically psychologically, and spiritually by a team that is committed to Jesus and His gospel. 

Welcome to The Mishpat Project

The Mishpat Project is about these “what ifs” becoming reality by your prayerful participation. 

Mishpat is the Hebrew word for justice that shows up over 200 times in the Old Testament. It’s the idea of actively pursuing the right ordering of things.

We as CrossPointe want to intentionally and actively bring Mishpat by partnering together with 2 organizations in our community. Not only that, we have an outside organization that has agreed to do some phenomenal fund matching so that they too can help bring mishpat (right ordering) to Central Florida. 

The righteous are those who are willing to disadvantage themselves to the advantage of their community; the wicked are those who are willing to disadvantage the community to advantage themselves. 

-Bruce Waltke

Will you disadvantage yourself for the advantage of others?


Orlando Children's Church

$2,500 raised results in $10,000 (because of a 3:1 matching grant) 

With this money you will be making it possible to cover the costs for an entire group of kids, from an under-resourced neighborhood, to be bussed in, fed, invested in, and discipled in the gospel each Saturday for an entire year. A group of kids will never be the same because of your generosity! 

This is MISHPAT. 

Samaritan Village

$10,000 raised results in $40,000 (because of a 3:1 matching grant)

With this money you will be making it possible for one woman to receive comprehensive treatment for an entire year with Samaritan Village as she recovers from the abuse of sex trafficking. She has been a slave and she needs a safe and nurturing environment where her life can begin to be properly reordered. This treatment includes housing, food, and holistic, trauma-informed care in a family-like environment with fellow residents and staff. 

This is MISHPAT.