Alejandro and Robin Armijo have been missionaries and evangelists in Iquique, Northern Chile. They are currently in the US because of Alejandro’s need to obtain his US citizenship. Alejandro is a pastor and gifted preacher. Robin teaches women’s Bible studies and oversees the children’s ministries when they are in Chile.
Hugo and Debbie Armijo also minister to the same church in Iquique, as Alejandro. Hugo preaches with pictures, does personal contact and gives out tracts on street corners. Iquique has a population of 70,000 people.
Blind Center is located in Togo, Africa. It is a school for blind children and teens who need to learn a trade in order to go back to their village as ambassadors for Christ, and to care for themselves. At the center, they grow and raise their own food. They are also ready to install an Aquaponics project, a farm that raises fish for food for the Center.
Rick and Vi Brooks are liaison for the South Pacific and when not traveling they reside at Word of Life at Schroon Lake, NY. They also recruit for upcoming mission trips. They frequently take teams to Word of Life conferences in different parts of the world, where Rick preaches, and the team ministers to the sick and perform dental work.
Child Evangelism Fellowship of Philadelphia County minister to children through the summer Good News Clubs, 5-Day Clubs and Open Air Clubs. They also work at churches in Philadelphia in VBS and clubs where churches want to reach the youth for Christ.
Childen’s Bible Fellowship in New York City and surrounding counties operate Camp Joy and Camp Hope where under- privileged and handicapped children can spend time being cared for, having fun, and learning about Jesus Christ.
China Outreach is an organization that reaches out to people who do not know Christ. They also come along Christian Churches in China.
Chris and Heather Christensen have about 70% of their support to reach the people of South Asia. They need almost 100% of their support and to finish one class before they can go.
John and Susan Cranmer started their ministry in 1972 with Source of Light Ministries in Georgia. They help send out pamphlets and Bible study booklets for this ministry around the world.
Bob and Karen Depue minister in Mercedes, Argentina. They had just traveled in the US on furlough where they visited churches and individuals for additional support.
Frank Eberhardt in Taylors, South Carolina is reaching Catholics for Christ, as well as supporting missionaries who minister to Catholics in different parts of the world. Frank was a priest, who came out of the priesthood.
Rick and Becky Enterline were pastoring a small church in Japan before the earthquake and Tsunami hit Japan and destroyed their church, scattering its members to other parts of the world. This group has been helping national pastors in Asia and other continents by having medical evangelism. Grace Dental and Medical Missions organizes short-term (one to three weeks) medical and dental evangelistic missions teams. We utilize volunteer personnel. They work alongside of resident missionaries in developing and restricted access countries primarily (but not exclusively) located in the 10/40 Window. Our goal is to use medical and dental care as a means of evangelizing people who live in the most un-evangelized regions of the world. By working with resident missionaries, we assure the new believers will be discipled and integrated into a local church. Rick and Becky represent, promote and recruit for the Mission as well as accompany the medical and dental personnel on occasion to assist with the evangelistic outreach.
Friends of Israel is an organization that comes alongside pastors and churches in Israel.
Geiger Memorial Brethren Church is an inner city church that ministers to the neighborhood by helping the people with food, clothing and an after school program for children.
Gospel for Asia is an organization started by K.P. Yohannan ministering in India. Young men are being trained to bring the Gospel to small villages, by either walking or if they are lucky, ride a bicycle. Crossroads supports three young missionaries who minister to their own people.
Marek and Julie Hansik are missionaries ministering in the Czech Republic. They have just started to make friends with the people in their village and while Marek preaches to a small group of believers, Julie has a group of students attending her English conversation class.
Heap and Jennifer Him are missionaries in Phnom Penh, Cambodia who are currently trying to raise more support before they can go back. In Cambodia they minister to AIDS patients. They also have a school for brain damaged children – Therapy Training Loving Care. There the children receive healthy meals, physical therapy, education in Khmer, Bible stories and monthly field trips.
Russ and Susan Kessler have a prison ministry “Voice of Victory” in Harrington, Delaware. Russ and his group also visit two Philadelphia prisons where they have Bible studies, give out Bibles and Christian books and pamphlets to prisoners who show an interest in knowing more about Jesus Christ.
George and Linda Kestler have a prison and correspondence ministry in Camdenton, Mo.
Raymond and Michelle Keil are representatives of Rio Grande Bible Institute and its multiple ministries.
They visit churches and send out Gospel tracts all over the world.
David and Sheryl Lundin are serving the Lord in the greater Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC areas through Word of Life Local Church Ministries. They serve youth and young teens through Basketball Marathons and Regional Teens Involved.
Miss Debbie Murphy is working with teens and college age young people at her church Cristo Victorioso in Mexico.
Miss Judy Murphy is ministering in Guatemala with women who are maids and have trusted the Lord as their Savior. She also teaches children in a Christian school.
Doctor Melissa Nieves is a medical Missionary in Ecuador. She is with a team of Christian church planters and her particular field is reaching Ecuadorians for Christ using medical treatment.
Peter and Juddy Odanga are ministering with Word of Life Kenya. WOLK is now impacting 16 public high schools, 4 Universities, 4 churches, 2 college ministries and 4 primary schools in the cities of Nairobi and Mombasa.
Nathan and Dawn Patefield are ministering in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. They are involved in many areas where Christ can be presented to the people. They are involved with an English camp in Sao Paulo, and recently handed out tracts at the Carnival time in Rio. They are also active in their church.
Miss Beky Poteat had been ministering in Togo, Africa, visiting many villages to bring evangelistic campaigns to the people. She also ministered to the Tamburma Tribe in the North of Togo. She is currently on furlough.
John and Glenna Schlegel are serving with SEND International have just gone to Asturas, Spain to reach Muslims for Christ.
Andrew and Shannon Schultz are serving at Cornerstone Community Church in Philadelphia. Besides being the pastor of that church, Andrew and a group of men operate the Redemption House next to the church as a recovery place for addicts. They also minister to the young people and teens in their neighborhood.
Dale and Paula Sigafoos are serving with Bible Centered Ministries in Germany. Dale is the European director for BCM and oversees and represents ministries of 17 European countries. He also is serving his church in Huenfeld as an elder, teaching, and preaching and oversees various programs in the church. His wife Paula ministers to children.
Shibu and Shaju Simon are the sons of the late Thakadiel Simon, a great evangelist in India. They operate the Kerala Baptist Bible College and Seminary and the Mercy Children’s home, which is part of the Independent Gospel Churches and the Associated Missions of India. They are also involved in the Bethany Christian English Medium School where the enrollment is about 280 students.
Grigory and Galina Stupak are ministering to young people in the Ukraine, being involved in different camps there.
Teen Haven is an organization in Philadelphia which equips urban youth through Christian faith and guidance. They have just received a much needed bus that will transport their students to their weekly camps and retreats.
James and Helen Tuley are ministering with Rural American Mission in Kermit, West Virginia. A new director, Steve Miller, is now the director of RAM. James used to hold different positions at RAM, but now he travels and represents the mission to different organizations and churches. Jim also works as the Facilities Manager at the mission as well as taking care of the maintenance.
John and Dee Venlet are missionaries with Athletes Empowered Ministries in Florida. John also has an evangelistic ministry at the Polk County Detention Center and does counseling at the Compassion House.
Allen and Kimberly Yoder have various ministries in Sao Paulo De Olivenca, South America. They work with pastors of Indian churches along the Amazon River,traveling either by boat or an airplane. Allen holds Bible Institute classes in three different Indian villages. They are also active with youth camps.