Missionaries around the Globe

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Armstrong, Danny & Judy

International - Globe International

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Armstrong, Danny & Judy

Danny & Judy Armstrong have been missionaries with Globe since 1986.  They spent their first years in Indonesia launching a Bible School to train church planters and church workers.  They then lived in Malaysia working with an International team of church planters in Southern Thailand. During this time they partnered with others to launch the Center for Southeast Asian Studies in Thailand.  In 2000 Danny and Judy moved back to the US and have been focused on mobilizing and equipping churches and individuals to reach the unreached of the world. In October 2011 they became part of the Globe leadership team and now serve as Directors for Training and Internships.

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Branson, Corey & Lindsey

Costa Rica

Branson, Corey & Lindsey

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Corey and Lindsey Branson have been married since October of 2013. They have two young children by the name of Cooper and Londyn! Throughout our entire marriage, we have been actively involved as leaders in youth ministry.

God has called us to Latin American missions and last summer, while on a trip to Costa Rica, we received confirmation from God that Costa Rica will be our future home. We are partnering with Christy Hepner, who is currently on the field. We will be working with an after school program that empowers parents to take an active role in their children’s academic lives and give an opportunity to share Jesus with these families. Our desire is to help grow this ministry, even more, to be able to reach and impact the community as a whole.

Britnell, Josh & Diana

Britnell, Josh & Diana

International

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Diana grew up in a strong Christian home and accepted Jesus as her Savior at a young age.

Josh also grew up in a wonderful Christian family. His parents lived by faith as his dad preached and ministered in prisons. While volunteering at Globe International in the last 2 years, Josh helped coordinate the Perspectives Course. 

Josh & Diana met after college and, after a whirlwind romance, married in their hometown of Pensacola, FL in 2004. They have four beautiful children, Clara, Joel, Micah & Benjamin.

In 2007, shortly before their first child was born, Josh & Diana completed the Institute for Global Ministry. In 2014, they had the opportunity to serve in Nicaragua for 2 1/2 years. In the summer of 2016, they moved to Mexico to help with the launch of Mision Global.

Britnell, Sandy

Nicaragua | Children of Destiny

Britnell, Sandy

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Sandy Britnell began her life career as a missionary at the age of 13, in the jungles of Columbia, South America. Sandy’s parents, along with she and her siblings, established a mission outpost to the interior native tribes of Colombia.

Sandy later served and ministered in Germany, Russia, and the United States, prior to moving with her family to Nicaragua in 1998. There they built a large orphanage in the mountains of Jinotega, taking care of up to 60 Nicaraguan children at a time. In 2005 Sandy purchased 70 acres outside the capital city of Managua. Two years later she opened a second orphanage in Los Cedros, specifically to care for abandoned and abused babies.

Brown, Scott & Dawn

Brown, Scott & Dawn

The United States | Globe International

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As the Directors of Church Relationship and Recruitment, Scott and Dawn foster cohesive relationships between Globe missionaries, partnering churches and like-minded organizations for greater ministry opportunities, creative resourcing, and strategic training. Scott also functions as an emissary for Globe and Globe missionaries, advocating for strategic global training, sending, and serving of Globe members.

Scott and Dawn have three children, Zachary, Kaitlyn, and Aaron. Scott is a published author and an award-winning documentarian.

Burke, Stephen & Alisha

United States |  Shining Light Players

Burke, Stephen & Alisha

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Stephen and Alisha Burke, with their children Jude, Emma, Beau and Jane, lead the Shining Light Players music and drama ministry. Their goal is to create beautiful theatrical art that points audiences to Jesus, and to inspire others to use their talent for Christ. They do this by producing original plays and musicals in Pensacola at the Rex Theatre, and touring the country with professional productions. They also offer classes for young performers encouraging them to serve the Lord.

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Chacon, Wendy

Chacon, Wendy

International (Costa Rica - Guatemala - United States)

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Wendy Chacon is from Costa Rica, where she is currently serving with a Discipleship program that started in Pensacola, beginning in 2019. She has a degree in architecture, but beyond a degree, she has a call and a heart for ministry. She loves and enjoys leading mission trips to bless the Latin American culture, and at the same time to minister the teams that go to serve. She serves 50% of her time with Charity Chapel, helping with the media department. In all of this, her life’s purpose is to be creative and passionate to listen to people's needs, encourage them, and to help people to know God and fulfill God's purposes for their lives.

Cruz, Johnny & Yvonne

Honduras

Cruz, Johnny & Yvonne

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Johnny Cruz has been involved in missions since 1982, when immediately after graduation from Bible college, he went to Spain. He ministered there for nine years – and also met and married Ivonne, the “lovely Honduran señorita” he met in Spain. In 1992, the Cruz family returned to Honduras and are now Latin America Directors of INSTE, a TEE program (theological education by extension) . Over 8,000 students are enrolled in the program in nineteen Latin American countries.

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Durr, Becky

International

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Durr, Becky

Becky Durr lives in Pensacola, Florida, and became an international missionary after she retired. Becky has traveled all over the world helping pastors and missionaries on the field, assisting them with their ministry, counseling or whatever is needed. Some countries of ministry have been in Ukraine, Serbia, Romania, Republic of Georgia, Scotland, Lebanon, Syria, Philippines, Japan, and Cuba. Her heart is to encourage others to walk in the freedom of who God has called them to be.

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Ellerbe, Glen & Denise

Tanzania

Ellerbe Glen & Denise

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Glen and Denise Ellerbe live in Lucedale, MS, and felt called to Tanzania In 2012.  They resigned from their church and made the move to missions.  Working with national missionary Victor Campbell the Ellerbe"s minister to pastors to encourage and equip them for more effective ministry to their communities and villages. 

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No information is available due to country sensitivity issues.

Gutierrez, Jorge & Rosa

Mexico | Globe International

Gutierrez, Jorge & Rosa

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Jorge Luis & Rosa Elia Gutierrez were both born again in Arleta, California in the San Fernando Valley area.

Jorge and Rosa, along with their daughter, Shalom, and son, Melquisedec, have been serving the Lord on the mission field since 1988 in Guadalajara, Mexico. They served as assistant pastors in San Fernando, California for six years. That went on a short mission trip to Manzanillo for 3 months, and 8 months to Mexicali Baja Calif. All this before they decided to obey the call to become full-time missionaries.

They are currently pastoring in San Agustin and overseeing churches in four different states in Mexico: Jalisco, Colima, Nayarit and now Veracruz. They now have two more feeding programs in the Guadalajara area, and an additional program they are involved in through another ministry in Tepic, Nayarit.

Gutierrez, Melqui & Fatima

Mexico | FIRE International

Gutierrez, Melqui & Fatima

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Our vision is to help, equip and minister to pastors and leaders. Ever since the Lord called me to His service I have learned that the purposes of God always come to fruition, even though, sometimes, it might seem like they take a long time. My family and I have responded to the calling (Proverbs 21:9-9). I met my wife Fatima in Guadalajara. We were married in Guadalajara, and my eldest son Neftali was born in Guadalajara. My daughter was born in Reynosa. Throughout the years we have seen the necessities of pastors and leaders. By growing up in a missionary family and being the son of a pastor, I came to understand the necessities of pastors and their families. God has placed, in my heart, a passion for the needs of pastors and leaders. Ever since I was a young boy I appreciated friendliness and empathy, and that’s exactly what we want to offer pastors and leaders. We want to be a support, both spiritual and physical, so that they may have some rest. 

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Haney, Ryan & Chris

Haney, Ryan & Chris

Scotland | Overtoun House

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Ryan and Christina grew up in southwest Wisconsin and met at vocational college in 1985. They have two children: Ryan who lives in Pensacola, Florida and Cassandra. Ryan, Chris and Cassy moved to Scotland in June 2004, to be a part of the team at Overtoun House. Currently, the Haneys provide a weekly Christian children’s outreach, Kinrick Kids, which meets in local primary schools and as an Overtoun Outreach. They also are involved in Overtoun ministries, Overtoun House Tea Room and at His Family Church in several ministries. Overtoun House will also provide short term housing for women in crisis, counseling and life training.

Hawthorne, McLean & Colleen

Malaysia 

Hawthorne, McLean & Colleen

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Since 1983, McLean and Colleen Hawthorne have been Reaching South Asia with the Gospel through training and developing leaders in almost every nation of South Asia, and several nations of Africa. They have ministered in raising up leaders in the Body of Christ, training them through the impartation of Bible knowledge, leadership skills, cross-cultural mission strategy, and the ministry empowering practices of mentoring and discipleship. Through the Pauline multi-generational leadership development model of 2 Timothy 2:2, strategically designed for exponential multiplication, McLean and Colleen have helped train more than 900 leaders, who have, in turn, trained more than 10,000 ministers, including pioneer church planters and evangelists working among Unreached People Groups in their own nations. 

Hepner, Christy

Costa Rica

Hepner, Christy

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Christy Hepner began ministering in Costa Rica in 2010 when she filled-in as a nurse on campus at the orphanage, Hogar de Vida. She was asked to return the following year to organize and teach preschool on campus. She has taught children ages two to five years-old since 2011. Christy’s heart is to bring hope to the hopeless. She delights in sharing Christ with the children she works with daily.

Hernandez, Judy

Guatemala

Hernandez, Judy

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Judy has worked in the mountains of Guatemala since the 1970s. Even through personal tragedy (the loss of her husband), she and her children have endured and flourished in missionary service. She founded and oversees a Christian school of 800 children. The ministry also includes a training program for village women, which helps them develop skills in computer and cosmetology.

Hill, Bob & Melissa

Scotland | Overtoun House

Hill, Bob & Melissa

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Bob and Melissa are high school sweethearts from Texas. Melissa graduated from UT Arlington. After Bob graduated from Bible College in Pensacola, Florida, they moved to Japan in 1985 with their three young children. In Japan, they lived in Nagoya for nine years conducting various community events from plays and cooking classes to Christmas programs and established two churches. In 1995 Bob and Melissa and their boy/girl thirteen-year-old twins moved to Scotland, leaving their eldest daughter in university in the States. In Scotland, they lead a church, His Family Church, in the local community, and have renovated an 1800s baronial mansion, Overtoun House, located in the west of Scotland, as a safe house for women offering them hope and counseling and life skills training. The team in Overtoun House work together in/for the community as well as help with the Overtoun House Tea Room and other projects.

Hoenig, Marlene

International | Cinderella Released Ministries

Hoenig, Marlene

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I (Marlene) am a full-time Globe missionary and crisis counselor. I am living an exciting adventure-filled life! I thank Jesus for saving me and giving me the opportunity to live and work all over the world helping share the gospel, teaching God’s Word and praying for the lost, sick and hurting.

The ultimate goal at CRM is to make Christ-followers and disciples empowering people to connect with their purpose for being created, to nurture goodwill in the community, and people in times of crises, and to teach, train and pray for others to grow deeper in their relationship with Christ and others.

There are three main ways we do this here in the U.S. and abroad:

1.Mentoring    2.Counseling     3.Writing

Hoenig, Maverick & Amy

Kenya | Challenge Farm

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Hoenig, Maverick & Amy

“We are called to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations with the Holy Spirit as our guide for the Glory of God the Father.” We both love Jesus and felt a strong call to be missionaries at a young age. At one of Globe International’s mission conferences in Pensacola, through divine intervention, we met, fell in love and were soon married! We now have two sweet boys, Jonah & Hudson, and a beautiful baby girl, Ava.

We have served in Asia and after having to leave because of sensitivity and pressure from the government we were called to the Challenge Farm in Kitale, Kenya. We have a focus to serve in any way needed, with a desire for true one-on-one discipleship. Our prayer is that all our adventures would glorify God!

Holderman, Ken & Becky

The United States | Globe International

Holderman, Ken & Becky

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Ken and Becky Holderman are now serving with Globe International as Member Care providers. Their main goal is to give emotional and spiritual encouragement as well as support to the missionaries.

Missionaries are on the front lines of spiritual warfare. As veteran missionaries, Ken and Becky have experienced the battle first hand. They can empathize with missionaries, standing alongside our workers to help them become “more than conquerors” even in their daily lives.

Ken and Becky served seven years on the mission field in Venezuela, four years in Spain (Canary Islands), and nine years doing Member Care in Asia. They have two sons, one daughter-in-law, and two grandsons. “Home” for Ken and Becky is Goshen, IN.

Hughes, Bill & Julie

Thailand

Hughes, Bill & Julie 

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Bill and Julie Hughes attended Liberty Bible College and graduated in 1980. They began pastoral work in the states, joined Globe International in 1990, and moved to Thailand where they worked, first in the Central, and now in the Northeast region of the country.

 

They oversee a  discipleship and church planting ministry among rural villages surrounding the city of Khon Kaen. They have four adult children, three live in the USA, and Isaac, their eldest, is a missionary with Globe International. They have three grandchildren. 

 

….counting it an honor to proclaim the good news, not where Christ has already been named….Romans 15:20

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Keri

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Keri

No information is available, due to country sensitivity issues.

Please contact her through email for more information or details.

Klover, Jon & Haley

The United States | Operation: Lost Sheep

Klover, Jon & Haley

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Jon Klover was born and raised in Michigan. He moved to Pensacola, Florida in 2005 where God radically transformed his life. He has since been serving in youth and young adults’ ministry for the past ten years.

In 2017 Jon launched Operation: Lost Sheep. Operation: Lost Sheep is a ministry focused on Matthew 18:12 where Jesus said “If a man owns a hundred sheep, and one of them wanders away, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go look for the one that wandered off?

The words from this passage have become Jon’s marching orders to go outside the walls of the church as a rescue mission to bring back those who have strayed away. Jon also works with local area pastors to establish a restoration process within the church.

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Lawson, Chris & Whitney

Thailand | Unreached People Groups

Lawson, Chirs & Whitney

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Did you know that there are 6,600+ unreached people groups in the world? That means that 3 billion individuals have never heard of the love and saving power of Jesus Christ. Scripture is clear; Jesus says, “…go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”  66 million of those people reside in Thailand, and God has given the Lawson’s the call and privilege to take the love of Jesus to the people of Thailand.

These missionaries are passionate lovers of Jesus. He has transformed their lives and placed a burden and fire in their hearts for advancing the Kingdom of God. They are currently fulfilling the Great Commission in Pensacola, FL, while finishing out Chris’ contract with the U.S. Navy. They have three beautiful daughters, Addison, Emmalienne, and Dorothy Mae, who love Jesus and are an essential part of their ministry.

Li, Stuart

Nicaragua | Jinotega Christian Academy

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Li, Stuart

Stuart and Eugenia have been working under Globe International since 2016. They started the first Christian school in Jinotega in the mountains of Nicaragua called Jinotega Christian Academy. The vision of the school is to build up Christian leaders for Nicaragua with a focus on academic excellence. Please pray for their work in Nicaragua as they share the story of Jesus to children in Nicaragua.

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Mather, Jim & Mary

International | Friends of Internationals

 

Mather, Jim & Mary

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My wife Mary and I are co-directors of a Christian community and student organization known as Friends of Internationals. We initially came to Mobile in the summer of 1998 after living in Pakistan for 5 years doing medical missions. From 1998 until 2009, we directed Friends of Internationals which is a Christian ministry based on the campus of the University of South Alabama. In 2009 we changed our focus in helping to establish a multi-ethnic church known as All Nations Community Church. In November of 2015 we stepped down from leadership at that church to reengage with Friends of Internationals as missionaries to the nations here in Mobile! Our vision is to "make friends around the world."

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Perekotiy, Yuriy & Madison  

Ukraine

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Perekotiy, Yuriy & Madison

We are the Perekotiys – a half Ukrainian, half American family! We have been entrusted with three beautiful children: Chambers (2013), Lev (2015) and Mila (2016).

After living on the Gulf Coast of Alabama for six years, we packed up our gang and moved to Odessa, Ukraine, a beautiful, historic port city on the Black Sea!

Our heartbeat has always been caring for the vulnerable and fatherless, and we know how important it is to do this through the local church. Our vision is to see Christ proclaimed as we serve the community in Odessa. We partner with a Ukrainian organization to serve at-risk families, orphans + children with special needs. We are also learning Russian Sign Language as we prepare to connect orphanages, boarding schools and camps for children who are deaf.

Provost, Andre & Karen

Provost, Andre and Karen

Thailand

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Andre and Karen Provost have a long tenure in missionary service. As a single person, Karen worked with children in Honduras from 1976 until 1985. During a mission conference in 1985, she met Andre, a single missionary who was leaving for Thailand for his first term. They got married and moved to Thailand together.

The first seven years in Thailand, they assisted local churches while learning the language and gaining knowledge of the culture. In 1992, burdened by unchurched areas, they moved to an unchurched district, where they planted their first church 

In November 2019, God brought them back to Thailand with a vision to start a new work of training Thai workers to plant networks of village-based churches. Their long-range goal is to see churches planted in every village throughout the provinces of Northeast Thailand.

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Same, Steve & Tina

England | Arise and Shine Evangelistic Association 

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Same, Steve & Tina

Steve and Tina Same have enjoyed working with Arise and Shine Evangelistic Association since 1988. They spent the first 5 years in the Phillipine Islands proclaiming the Good News. When challenged by the ministry in 1992 to pick up and relocate in London, England, they joined ASEA’s pioneering effort. They now serve in urban street ministry, operating out of ASEA’s “London Outreach Center,” a fully renovated former English “pub,” where they evangelize among the city’s 11 million people.

Sessoms, Charles & Yani 

Asia | Well of Life International Ministries

Sessoms, Charles & Yani 

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Our Heavenly Father has given us a vision for Teaching His Holy Word to New Converts that are coming into His Kingdom through faith in His Son Jesus Christ. God launched us out from our home in sunny N. Carolina to the Far Eastern Nation of S. Korea where we taught the Scriptures diligently in Churches and University for 7 years. Next we were led by the Lord to establish a Bible School in a South Asian country where we labored for 7 years. Now we are praying for an open door in other Asian countries. If God has called you to Go then let’s go together so the believers in these Nations will be better equipped as we find in the Ephesians 4:12a; “for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ”. If he has not called you to the nations then please be our prayer partner and financial supporter. Together we can make disciples of all nations and teach them how to walk with Jesus. 

Skelley, Dennis & Stella

Skelley, Dennis & Stella

Southeast Asia | El Shaddai Ministry

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Dennis and Stella Skelley met and married in England. After Dennis retired from the Air Force in 1983, we were impressed to go to the mission field. We first went to Germany to run and teach in a Christian school. Next, we went to China where we taught in colleges and universities for five years. After that, we started a poverty relief program and the Lord blessed it with many souls saved and a school founded. In the last ten years, in China, we helped in founding a school for troubled youths. Hundreds of lives were touched and transformed through the ministry of teachers in this school. We left after 20 years in China and the Lord led us to Malaysia to minister to Stella’s family. While we were there, we saw the dire need for the many thousands of refugees there. Presently, we are involved in the education arm of the Elshaddai Center. We train facilitators to implement a video-based phonics, reading and writing program to teach hundreds of over-age and under-educated children of undocumented refugees. 

Skelley, Ian & Teresa

The United States | Digital Media Education

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Skelley, Ian & Teresa

Ian grew up in a mission-minded family and has been involved in Christian ministry most of his life. Having graduated with a degree in television broadcasting, he has worked with PBS, ABC and the Christian Television Network on numerous projects. He also helped start Digital Media Education, a non-profit organization designed to train up a new-generation of media producers and missionographers. As missionographers, Ian & Teresa’s vision is to: 1. Produce entertaining and inspiring programs that will excite believers and entice non-believers and 2. Train up other missionographers to do the same. Their current project, All Over the World, is a reality television program that shows how missionaries live and share God’s love to the peoples of the world.

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Tate, Catalina

International | LIFE International

Tate, Catalina

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Catalina says: “I am a result of the mission’s work”.  She came to know the Lord as her Savior in one of the church plants in her home town in Quito.  A year later she met her husband Jim who was serving as a missionary in Ecuador. After marriage, both of them returned to Ecuador as full-time missionaries.

Catalina has been working in the Life-Giving Ministry for the past 20 years. She is the founder of the Showers of Grace Pregnancy Resource Center, the first center of its type in Ecuador.  Since 2012 she has been traveling as a volunteer with LIFE International, as an International Training Specialist. Her travels have taken her to Latin America, Africa and Asia training men and women in different topics of the Sanctity of Human Life, including Post-Abortion Recovery.

Thompson, Cheri

Kenya | Challenge Farm

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Thompson, Cheri

Cheri Thompson and her late husband, Rick went to Kenya in 1987. Beginning in 1992, Cheri began working with street children in the slums of Nairobi. Ministry grew to a Sunday morning Bible Club and soccer club and then to a drop in center where over 50 street children came to receive a hot meal, medical care and learn about the love of Jesus. In 2003, Cheri opened Challenge Farm in Kitale, Kenya. Challenge Farm is “home” to over 170 children today. 24/7 care is provided for the once orphaned and abandoned children. Hot meals, medical care, counseling, education and technical and agricultural training are provided through the generous gifts of supporters and the child sponsorship program.  Some of the current staff of 47 were once street children cared for at the Farm, who went on to University and received degrees and now work in administration, finance, maintenance and social work.

Tomlinson, Jessica

Scotland | Overtoun House

Tomlinson, Jessica

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Jessica Tomlinson is 27 years old and has been serving as a missionary in Scotland for four years. She serves with Bob and Melissa Hill (22 years in Scotland) and Ryan, Chris, Cassy Haney (14 years in Scotland). They all live at Overtoun House. Overtoun House is a refuge for women in crisis, where they can receive hope, healing, and restoration! 

Jessica desires to reach out to the women and children of Scotland and together discover the calling that God has placed on their lives, to find who they are in Him and to set them in motion to walk in all that God has for them. She wants to reach out and love the people of Scotland, whether this is through meeting with the ladies of the church individually or by having a group meeting where they discuss God’s word by reading specific books and talking about how they can apply His word to their everyday life!

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Wheeler, Angie

Wheeler, Angie

Mozambique | Beacon of Hope | Africa

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Angie is a Registered Nurse and worked for 12 years in the medical field. In the late 1990’s, Angie’s heart for missions grew as she went on mission trips around the world: Argentina, Cameroon, Mozambique, Guatemala, and South America. She worked with various organizations, including Mercy Ships and Iris Ministries. In 2002, Angie began Beacon of Hope – Africa, reaching out to youth in Mozambique by providing a transition home where life skills and discipleship are the focus. Hope House can house a maximum of 14 boys. There are local workers to help assist in construction, housework, cooking, driving, and administration. In addition to helping the boys, the ministry feeds many people from the community each day, providing them with nourishment for the body, soul and spirit.

White, Christina

Nicaragua

White, Christina

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Born in Athens, Greece, and adopted when she was an infant, Christina was raised in Alabama. Lonely as a child, she learned to talk to Jesus as her friend, yet had no idea of what salvation was all about. During her teen years, she became increasingly interested in the supernatural, though she knew these powers were of the devil. In 1972, feeling that God really wasn’t interested, she gave Him two weeks to change her mind about joining the  church of Satan…so He did! Through reading Pat Boone’s testimony, she began to see that God did care for her and that He did love her. She began to attend a small, spirit-filled church, and within a few weeks, finally understood that salvation was by grace and gave her life to the Lord Jesus Christ. The first ten years were filled with ups and downs as she struggled with understanding the depth of God’s continuing grace, but God kept His hand on her and did much deliverance in her life, and she eventually became established in her Christian walk. Her testimony truly is of God’s amazing grace!

Wogsland, Mike & Seira

Wogsland, Mike & Seira

International | Charity Chapel 

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Mike is a big Ol’ boy from Minnesota, Seira is a small, petite woman from Japan. Somehow God brought them together and gave them 5 amazing kids. Our Family has a heart to share God’s love with the world. After serving as pastors, missionaries, and church planters in Japan for 10 years, God has led them to start a discipleship in Love ministry called CHOSEN TO LOVE. Mike and Seira currently serve as the volunteer Missions Pastors at Charity Chapel, as well as on the Globe Member Care team which ministers to missionaries on foreign fields. Mike also ministers through discipleship videos posted to Youtube, and going and speaking at churches, to groups, and various ministries. He is the author of Translating Love.

Wood, Dirk

Wood, Dirk

South Africa | Arise & Shine Evangelistic Association (ASEA)

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Dirk and Elizabeth began missionary work in 1985. In 1987, Dirk founded Arise & Shine Evangelistic Association (ASEA) in the Philippines. ASEA Philippines continues to be an active and growing mission. In 1993, ASEA expanded to London, England. An old pub was purchased, renovated and renamed, “The London Outreach Center.” This building provides a base of operation for ASEA ministries, with the primary goal being evangelistic outreach to the greater London area. In 2002, the Wood Family launched out to establish an ASEA base in Cape Town, South Africa. Great things are happening in evangelism, Bible training and church planting. ASEA has a goal to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ around the world! Several other missionary families are part of this ASEA vision as well.

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