Missions

"And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony

to all nations, and then the end will come."    Matthew 24:14



Supported Missionaries:

  • Bill & Lisa Abeler

    Camp Lebanon

    Camp Lebanon’s vision is that through the "funnest" fun, loving relationships, beauty inside and out, and Truth declared and illustrated,Camp Lebanon guests young and old will taste the delight of being desired by their Creator God. Camp Lebanon is dedicated to providing a "Meeting Place with God" to help the Church do the work of Christ.


  • Richard & Geraldine akers

    ZEMA

    Richard and Geraldine Akers are native South Africans who joined ZEMA in December 1989. They are based in Nelspruit Mpumalanga and their ministry is in with the ZEBS classes in Mozambique as well as the Mpumalanga providence of South Africa. 

     

  • Lee & laurinda erickson

    the seed company of wycliffe

    Lee & Laurinda Erickson, serve with the Seed Company of Wycliffe. The Ericksons have served with Wycliffe for 33 years; 17 of those have been with Seed Company. Seed Company is an arm of Wycliffe that enables speakers of indigenous languages to translate God's Word for their own people.  Lee is the Financial Services Coordinator for Mainland Asia. He oversees the financial management of over 40 translation projects in several sensitive-access countries in that region. Laurinda is a part-time editor for Seed Company staff.


  • Dan and Jane Howe have served on staff with CRU [Campus Crusade for Christ] for 34 years. Dan is transitioning to his new role as National Director of Operations for Cru Inner City, and Jane oversees the Youth Development department  nationally. Our missions is to serve and mobilize the church to live out God's heart for the poor, so all can grow in Christ to build spiritual movements everywhere. We envision cities transformed by the hope and justice of the gospel.


  • Tom and Barb have served with WEC International for many years. Tom continues the work of providing training in counseling to the people serving in WEC worldwide. Tom also provides one-on-one counseling for missionaries when the need arises. He serves as the International Member Care Consultant for WEC and works in the Member Care Ministries Dept.


  • bob & judy reed

    partners in joy, inc.

    The Reeds’ current focus is on helping train Spanish speakers who want to be missionaries. Bob is writing online introductory courses in Spanish, giving students the opportunity to study right where they live, without relocating to a different city or country to go to school. Bob also serves as a consultant and advisor to other trainers and to CILTA graduates in various places of ministry.

     

  • brian & elizabeth richards

    new international

    The Richards are currently on Home Assignment for Educational Development in Kansas, after serving 20 yrs. in Macedonia. New International recognizes this season to be for retooling and preparing for the future.  

     

  • brian & connie shepson

    mission aviation fellowship

    The Shepsons spent three terms in Shell, Ecuador, as a pilot/mechanic family before coming to serve at MAF headquarters in Redlands, California. Brian currently is one of the five flight instructors in the training department and helps evaluate new MAF hopefuls, train new pilots, and travel the world checking MAF pilots on the field. Connie works with the Ministry Advocates. Her role is to select, train, and support these fellow partners in ministry to be effective representatives of MAF and the people to whom we minister. 


  • mark & cheryl sjoblom

    JAARS, an affiliate of wycliffe

    Mark and Cheryl have been assigned to work at the JAARS Center in North Carolina since July 2016. For 24 years, Mark and Cheryl supported Bible translation in Papua, Indonesia. Mark maintained the YAJASI fleet of airplanes, managed the maintenance department, supervised the building of a new hangar. Cheryl taught math in Hillcrest International School most of those years and sometimes taught drama. Mark now works on a team assisting the VP for Transportation Services. He assists with training, service maturity, strategic planning and safety. Cheryl works in the Purchasing and Shipping bookkeeping department at JAARS.


  • george & doris sunarjo

    wycliffe bible translators

    Short-term programs have been a significant recruiting vehicle for Wycliffe. George is responsible for managing the program, which involves networking, personal placement, trip planning, and leading a 7-weeks short-term mission trip every year. YAJASI is not only providing flight services for Wycliffe's Bible translators, but also other mission organizations, local churches, indigenous people, and government. George is the chairman of the Executive Board and is responsible for the operation. Occasionally he is on call to share in churches, fundraising events, and meeting with government officials, or liaise with partner organizations. In addition to managing the family affairs and part-time teaching, Doris spends 30% of her time working with Wycliffe Switzerland as "Prayer Coordinator." The goal is to promote prayer for Bibleless people groups.  

     

  • david & tanya westrum

    interlink ministries

    David and Tanya serve with Interlink Ministries in Russia. David serves as a prayer mobilizer, English teacher in the local public school. He is also the Head Facilitator for the Kairos course. Tanya volunteers at a children's hospice house.

     

  • dennis & cindy wiens

    sat 7

    Dennis and his wife Cindy have spent most of their life on the mission field and work as a team to apply their experience and knowledge of cross-cultural ministry to the advancement of SAT-7, speaking and teaching throughout the United States. Before joining SAT-7, Dennis and Cindy served in the US, France, Mali and Cote d’lvoire in a variety of ministry roles including Bible school education, field leadership, urban church planting, dorm parenting, guest house ministry and media. Dennis helped pioneer the FM radio project in Mali, using specially-designed, solar-powered FM radio stations and he continues to consult for the

    on-going Mali Media project.


  • Good News Club  [Child Evangelism Fellowship]

    Good News Club is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship in which trained teachers meet with groups of children in schools, homes, community centers, churches, just about anywhere the children can easily and safely meet with their parent's permission. Each week the teacher presents an exciting Bible lesson, including songs, Scripture memory, a missions story and review games or other activities focused on the lesson's theme.