Support the spread of the Gospel in Utah

If you would like to give a one-time or recurring contribution to the work going on in Utah to give the Gospel to students and our surrounding community in Provo, please follow the link below for a simple process in giving toward making disciples for God's Kingdom!

       Who are We? And why Utah?

Stephan and Paige Suter are committed to spreading the Gospel in Utah, residing, with their son Shepherd, in Provo where 0.5% of residents are Christian. They both were called to missions before the couple began dating, and upon visiting Utah in March of 2020, their hearts were broken for the people there following false religion and lacking true relationship with God.

During a later visit to Provo, UT the couple met with the Elders of Mosaic Church to see how they would fit into church planting there. They made a plan to move to Provo, UT in January of 2023 to become a part of this new church and mission work. 


They are excited to see how God moves while spending time evangelizing students attending colleges there, like Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University, and serving at Mosaic with young adults. Stephan will also be equipped to become part of the leadership team for the next church plant going out from Mosaic. As part of his training, Stephan also plans to begin seminary in Fall of 2023. Paige is excited to take care of Shepherd, work beside Stephan in ministry, and practice hospitality in their home.


Please be in prayer for the Suters as they settle into a new residence, new community, new church, and their new roles as parents and missionaries. 

Please also consider coming alongside them financially, as they work to spread the true Gospel in Utah.

Join us in prayer for provo, Utah

As you can see, even though we will still be serving in the United States, Provo is in desperate need of the Gospel!

Don't Mormons believe in Jesus?

While Mormons do claim to believe and follow Jesus, they also have extra beliefs from The Book of Mormon that alters the lens through which they view The Bible. Therefore, they do not trust in Jesus, as He is described in scripture, making Mormonism a false religion. See some examples to the right as to why Mormons are not Christians, and they need the true Gospel!