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  • the Clendinnen family


    Hiroshima, Japan

    John and his wife Kyoko obeyed another unmistakable call from God in the fall of 2013, transferring from Cru to Pioneers, in order to fulfill a 17-year-old dream to LOVE Hiroshima! by proclaiming JESUS the Prince of PEACE and the Gospel of PEACE to millions of Japanese who are lost in this modern-day City of PEACE! John and Kyoko have three sons, JJ (10), Micah (8) and Andrew (6), and currently serve as the Pioneers Hiroshima Team Leaders.

  • kristy engeL

    american baptist international ministries

    global healthcare consultant

    Kristy Engel is a global consultant with a focus on health care issues. She is trained as a pediatric nurse practitioner and holds a Masters Certificate in international nutrition. Kristy served for 12 years in the Dominican Republic, leading mobile medical clinics and International Ministries relief efforts following the 2010 Haiti earthquake. As a global consultant, Kristy is able to visit countries in need of health assessments, ongoing education, health team visits or other forms of collaboration during crisis and non-crisis situations. Her goals are to empower local leaders, to help communities recognize their strengths and understand how to make better use of their resources and to build relationships that increase the health of populations around the world through innovation, networking and encouragement.

  • Gideons International

    The Gideons International is an Association of Christian business and professional men and their wives dedicated to telling people about Jesus through associating together for service, sharing personal testimony, and by providing Bibles and New Testaments. They are often recognized for placing God's Word in hotels, but they also place and distribute Scriptures in strategic locations so they are available to anyone who wants them (and to many who do not know how desperately they need them)

  • the seavey family

    wycliffe bible translators

    US (new/retired missionaries support staff)

    Bob and Barb have been partnering in Bible Translation since 1981 where they have served in Peru, Ecuador, through the office in Costa Rica, and in Ethiopia. They are now located in Waxhaw, NC where Bob is Facilities Maintenance Manager at the Senior Residence. He loves ministering to and caring in this way for retired missionaries. He is also involved in trainings for new missionaries twice a year through the Intercultural Communications Course (ICC). This course helps them not only prepare for life overseas but to be able to thrive. It includes topics such as worldview, spiritual vitality, relational vitality, language and cultural assimilation. Barb has an assignment as a Launch Coordinator working with new members of Wycliffe. She comes alongside them through prayer, guidance, support and encouragement from their first day with Wycliffe until the end of their first field term. Bob and Barb are grateful to be able to invest in the lives of missionaries.

  • the DUHE family



    The MacGregors have been working tirelessly with the Kagayanen language in the Philippines for over 32 years translating the scriptures into the peoples' native language.

  • the columbine family

    world venture

    senegal, western africa

    Serving in Senegal in friendship evangelism and women's ministries.

    Bo and Michele serve Senegalese families needing assistance in discovering ways to provide for their basic needs. Since 92 percent of the Senegalese follow Islam, much of the Senegalese identity comes from being Muslim.

  • the Proano family

    Open air campaigners


    OAC has been officially recognized as an evangelical mission by the government, and has permission to evangelize wherever people can be reached with the gospel. David and Monica are on the OAC Ecuador Board of Trustees.

    Outreaches are being held in plazas, neighborhoods, public schools, military bases, and with Indian tribes. Multiplied thousands of people have been reached, with many responding to Christ. The first lesson of a Bible study is immediately done with those coming for salvation. Often it's the first time they have read the Bible.

    Churches participating in the open air film meetings provide follow-up. Seminars on open air evangelism are held for pastors and leaders from evangelical churches. Teams from American churches have greatly helped in the outreaches, with team members receiving a new vision for missions. Ecuador is experiencing a spiritual awakening, and OAC is assisting the church to bring in the harvest from the jungles to the mountains.

  • The forman family

    Chosen People ministries

    Mitch serves full time in ministry as the Vice President of U.S. Ministries for Chosen People, the oldest Jewish mission in the United States. Mitch is based in Boston but oversees all recruitment, training, mentoring and leadership of the entire US based missionary staff. Mitch is married to Kina, a second-generation Jewish believer, and today they have two daughters and a son.