“Go ye therefore…”  With three simple words Jesus introduced his disciples to a mission that has propelled the Gospel across the world for 2,000 years. It’s a mission we still hold dear today. The following is an overview of some of the international missionaries we support through prayer, monthly financial commitments, missions trips and special offerings:
The Hibbs have been serving in Nejapa, El Salvador for seven years.  Bobby serves as pastor of The Love and Hope Youth Church, fearlessly reaching the forgotten youth of El Salvador with Christ’s love, restoring hope to their lives, and discipling them to become mature and responsible adults, leaders of healthy families and authentic followers of Christ.  
We’ve supported Pastor Wilson Relova and his wife Mayeth since our own beginnings, in 2001. Their Great Commission endeavors in the Philippines remains an inspiration.  Churches have been planted in Famy, Siniloan, Tignoan Real and Santa Rosa.  These churches are located about 100 miles southeast of Manila and are comprised mostly of children. 
The Hundertmarks graduated from New Tribes Mission Training Center in 2012 and continue to have a strong burden for the lost peoples of the West African continent.  They are currently coordinating, supporting and providing leadership for evangelism and church planting efforts in Senegal, and are working tirelessly to introduce Jesus to all they encounter.
The Mazureks have served as missionaries to Chile since 1984 and serve as directors of The Santiago Children’s Ministries Outreach Center.  This ministry reaches out to the children of Santiago with a variety of ministries, discipleship, hot meals, education, shelter, medical care, foster care and more, rescuing orphans from the streets and providing them with safety.
At the start of his ministry career, Ken was called to preach and minister in nursing homes, prisons and on the radio. Soon after, the Lord called Ken to begin a Spanish ministry in his wife’s Gricelda’s native Honduras. The Harrells are currently spreading the Gospel in San Pedro Sula Honduras preaching, teaching and building the Kingdom of God.
Several years ago, Make Way Partners established three orphanages in Sudan: New Life Ministry, Hope for Sudan and Our Father’s Cleft.  As part of our efforts to increase missions awareness throughout the church, the children at The Good Shepherd Ministries have adopted and support a teenage girl named Elizabeth, who lives in the Sudanese orphanage.
(Jungle Ariation And Radio Service) The Reffeys are working with the aviation division of Wycliffe Bible Translators.  They previously served in Papua New Guinea and in Liberia, West Africa.  Currently, the Reffeys are training pilots to prepare them for work on the mission field.
We’ve joined Jeff and Nancy Beard in their efforts to spread the Word of God through this exciting film, which has brought scripture to life for tens of thousands of people.  The Jesus Film Project helps missionaries share the story of Christ’s life and sacrifice to people in their own languages and dialects. 
Wycliffe’s vision is to ensure the Bible is made accessible to all people, in all nations, in clear, accurate languages they can understand.  To help make this vision a reality, Wycliffe focuses on literacy development, community development, translation endeavors, publishing ventures and church partnerships in many countries the world over, ensuring that people everywhere have access to scripture and discipleship!
Trans World Radio (TWR) has become the most far-reaching Christian radio network in the world.  Programs air in over 200 languages and dialects from more than 2,800 outlets around the planet through fourteen international broadcast locations.  TWR’s international staff translates, adapts, produces and broadcasts its programs and assists in the coordinatation of in-country listener outreach and visits.