Missionaries that we support
J.D. serves as a New Testament professor at Tyndale Theological Seminary. Tyndale is an international, evangelical seminary that trains pastors, missionaries, church planters, Bible school professors and denominational leaders from all over the globe.
The Christiansens serve at the Karanda Mission Hospital, where Jon is in charge of maintenance as well as other projects. Kathy trains teachers and is a substitute teacher. They are planning to retire soon and are looking to find someone to replace them.
Sean provides support for missionaries to the Caribbean and Muslim ministries in Canada. Heather is involved in child safety issues for missionary kids. Sean formerly taught bible classes to Haitian pastors and church planters.
Christudas is working to expand the kingdom of God in India by meeting spiritual and physical needs. They are focused on training men for church planting as well as men and women in personal evangelism and discipleship.
Jon and Tukta lead the School of Biblical studies (SBS), a 9-month inductive Bible study school. They teach students how to observe, interpret and apply the bible. They also regularly teach in various bible schools in Asia and around the world.
Matt Millar executes the vision of NewThing as a Global Operations Director. NewThing strives to be a catalyst for reproducing disciples, leaders, churches networks and movements in order to plant churches around the world.
Barry Nelson was an English teacher in China until 2020. Now Barry is a resource person for other missionaries in China and elsewhere. They minister global workers on the field through deep friendships, investing in their lives because they are valuable to God.
The Petersons are serving in a challenging location in the Middle East, reaching those in the Arab world. Pray for new opportunities that are coming their way.
Ben and Alison are involved in a church plant in a needy area of the United States. They recently launched their church that meets on Sunday afternoons.
The Gilleys train churches and leaders to work through Awana, teaching kids and youth to come to know, love and serve, the Lord Jesus Christ! They have been involved with Awana for the last 28 years and started full-time ministry in 2011
Dave and Toni began the teen center in 1993 with a commitment to placing value on teens. Our mission is to show teens they are valuable to God and us. Value is extended personally and communicated through Christ-honoring programs that are recreational, educational, artistic, and spiritual.
Josh serves as the Regional Director of the Lakes and Plains region. InterVarsity welcomes college students into caring, diverse communities, where they can build friendships and explore Christian faith in the marketplace of ideas.
Luke serves as a Campus Staff Minister at UW-Whitewater. He has been in vocational ministry with InterVarsity since 2013. UW-Whitewater InterVarsity desires to have students to find Christian community on campus.
Pete and Amanda serve as the Director of the North Dakota branch of InterVarsity. Pete previously served as a Campus Staff Minister at the Milwaukee School of Engineering and UW-LaCrosse.
Edgerton Outreach serves those in need in the Edgerton area with a thrift store, food pantry, housing, emergency assistance, and other programs.
CareNet provides accurate and helpful information in a compassionate environment, to empower life-affirming choices that change lives.
Fulton VBS takes up a collection every summer to support Pastor Pena's VBS held in Mexico.