Progress in the face of a pandemic

We have all experienced a lot of change in the last few months, but we’re happy to say that Uplift Mid-MO has kept extremely busy during this time! We’re going to give a quick update on what’s been happening in our world: Uplift Mid-MO Volunteers created and donated over 200 cloth face masks for Audrain County agencies andContinue reading “Progress in the face of a pandemic”

The holidays bring heartwarming stories from Uplift Mid-MO

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Uplift Mid-MO has been busy in the last couple of months. As the weather began to get colder, we realized we needed to go somewhere with our excess hygiene items that were left over from the blessing tent events, so several volunteers got together, assembled, and hand-deliveredContinue reading “The holidays bring heartwarming stories from Uplift Mid-MO”


PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OCTOBER 30, 2019 Contact: Kate Shaw Uplift Mid-MO President (573) 212-8376 Uplift Mid-MO: New Non-Profit Organization in Audrain County MEXICO, Mo – The vision of Uplift Mid-MO is to unify churches that seek the same goals into a dynamic team without the burden of denominational walls. Uplift exists toContinue reading “PRESS RELEASE”

Our story: a heart for local missions

It all started with a prayer. “God, break my heart for what breaks yours.” Little did I know what the answer to that prayer would be. God started to show me that there was a battlefield raging right in my backyard. In Mexico, like any other town, there are people hurting, in poverty, and withoutContinue reading “Our story: a heart for local missions”

2019 Soybean Festival

The Uplift Mid-Mo booth saw wonderful things happening this year at the annual Soybean Festival, in Mexico, Missouri. Most importantly, was for us to see the blending of Christians in unity, from different denominational backgrounds, helping people in our community. Uplift Mid-MO is an interdenominational group made up from Christians from many churches in ourContinue reading “2019 Soybean Festival”