Alexander and Cristin Gartley, with Callum and Coda, are bringing the love of Jesus to orphans in Haiti and around the world. They work with Coreluv, a nonprofit committed to bringing orphans into families and introducing them to their Heavenly Father.
Steve and Jill McCarthy & Lucas and Joshua seek to show the love of Christ and bring the life changing power of the gospel to the people Uruguay, a nation that has been called the “Graveyard of Latin American Missions.” They are involved in training and mentoring future pastors, sports evangelism and planting new churches in the least reached areas of the country.
Terry and Bridget Rosch lead a ministry which includes planting churches, teaching in the Bible school, strategic youth and children’s evangelism, and gifting of school uniform and supplies.
Dave and Angie Jacob are currently serving as the Missionary in Residence at Trinity Bible College. Dave is also the director of the Center for Missionary Mobilization and Retention.
Barbara Broseker serves the Mennonite community in Texas. She grew up in this community, and though she left it, still feels a deep connection and a desire to see this community fall deeply in love with Jesus.
Leslie Latona teaches and prepares Colombian citizens who have a call to missions at the bible school in the region where she is. She teaches various levels of English to these future missionaries, as it is the universal language they need. She often travels and does Sunday school trainings at churches. Leslie is also working with a new church plant that reaches out to children and their families who are at-risk for drugs, gangs, and prostitution.
Bob and Lynn Rose pastor an international church in Rome and work with Italians and internationals from all over the world as well as refugees. Bob is also Global University representative for Europe where there are 35 offices in 24 countries he is responsible for.
Kent and Leslie Linneweh are currently stationed in the Netherlands, where they have planted an international church called the “Meeting Place.”
Mark and Ellen Cannon founded the Oasis Center in a Muslim neighborhood. Here they connect vibrant believers with those who have never heard about the hope of Jesus. Each weekday they provide after school homework help, Spanish and English classes as well as art, dance and cooking, reaching entire families.
Julie Kraus serve foreign/ethnic populations in NYC. She directs the New York Ministry Network Department of Intercultural Ministries advancing the kingdom to ‘near’ neighbors who are culturally ‘distant’.
Matt and Rhea Roloson are the Live Dead Church Planting team leaders for a team in Algeria. There they are sharing the hope of Jesus, engaging in discipleship, and catalyzing church planting.
Doug and Jackee Raught work with International Media Ministries, an organization that uses media to spread the good news of Jesus globally. The Raughts help to create and utilize television programming and internet resources to bring the gospel to Madrid, Spain, and around the world
Tim and Deb Anderson are building a seminary in the heart of the jungle of Ecuador (Seminary in the Jungle) to raise up leaders to reach the native people there.
Nancy and Archie McGlawn are building churches in Zambia through the Zambia Tabernacle Evangelism initiative, meeting both physical and spiritual needs through their ministry “Community Health Evangelism,” and helping to care for and sustain communities through the Arms of God Farm.
Less than 1% of Japan are followers of Jesus and the city of Tokyo is the largest metropolis in the history of the world. Shelley Carl has been serving in Tokyo for years, helping make a difference through church planting, pastoring an International Church, serving at Teen Challenge, Central Bible College Japan, and the Co-Managing Editor for the Japan Fire Bible. Shelley serves church planters in a variety of ways, with her primary focus being to pioneer 2 new churches in the Tokyo area: Tokyo Blessing Church and Garden Hills Church.
Deanna Richardson works primarily with children’s ministry and children’s workers’ training. She is also involved with the Thailand Assemblies of God Seminary, helping with their different degree programs.
Elizabeth Ramos’ ministry is Evangelism and Discipleship. She teaches at the Belize AG Bible Institute, which trains pastors and leaders for ministry. In addition, she serves along side the Women’s Ministry on both the English and Spanish side. She was also asked by the National Superintendent to start a Pastor’s Wives ministry, which she has.
Michael and Diane Chase are involved in helping their church, New Life Assembly of God, the Assemblies of God School of Theology, and are teaching English at the local Morrison Academy.
Luke and Sarah Bates serve as Directors of Akhi’s place, a home for girls who have been rescued from the brothels in Bangladesh. Their home provides girls with practical needs and with a hope for their future.
flower city outreach
Flower City outreach is a Rochester-based organization that runs a variety of ministries, including Flower City Work Camp (FCWC). Each year at FCWC, students and adults from nearly 60 churches deliver over 36,000 hours of service by improving homes, mentoring youth at basketball and soccer camps and connecting with younger children in neighborhood Sidewalk Clubs to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to our city.
teen challenge of western New York
Teen Challenge of Western New York provides a safe haven for men who were seeking to be set free from drugs and alcohol.
compass care pregnancy supp0rt
CompassCare is a Christ-centered organization dedicated to erasing the need for abortion by transforming women’s fear into confidence.
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