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The Hovingh family are veteran missionaries. With the exception of a few years in the U.S. to attend college and begin a family, Jason has lived in Kenya since he was three years old. The Hovinghs are the directors of an African missionary base camp that houses training, orientation, and retreats for missionaries and international partners. Jason also oversees a number of ministries in the Naivasha community.
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The Irungu’s are blessed with four kids: Ruth and. Winnie (13), Joy (8), and Willie (6). After their studies in America they returned to Kenya, training men and women for Christian Ministry at Moffat Bible College in Kijabe, Kenya. George also serves as a local Pastor. The area is hard both spiritually and economically after 9 months of drought. They help provide basic food for families. An average of 50 kids attend church.
They also help in their community by assisting some families in an Internal Displaced Person camp as a result of the 2007 post-election violence. The Irungu’s are thankful for your unwavering support--all these ministries have been possible because of it. George says, "Your donations have been making huge differences in the lives of many. May God bless you abundantly."
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Tim is the director of the Asia Region, located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is working to equip and support senior leaders in all the FH (Food for the Hungry) Asia fields, while Andrea is working to support fields with programmatic implementation in Asia and throughout the global organization.
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The Clapp’s have been serving the Lord reaching Hispanics with the gospel since 1985. They spent 20 years in Mexico and now are heading up Northwest Baptist Mission’s outreach to Hispanics in Utah. Reaching Mormons is difficult and many churches struggle to survive here, but adding a Spanish outreach ministry is rewarding and productive since Hispanics here are more open to the gospel than their Mormon counterparts. This gives new life to many ministries that are struggling. The mission is to reach Hispanics throughout the state through existing English ministries by Evangelism, discipleship, leadership training, camp ministry, and special activities.
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The Pattons have been serving as church-planters in Hungary since 1993. Marc pastors the Esztergom Baptist Church of Esztergom, Hungary, directs the Esztergom Baptist Bible Institute and is also involved in the mentoring of several Hungarian pastors. He is also a frequent speaker at Baptist churches in Hungary, and teaches a class at Word of Life Hungary Bible Institute.
The Pattons' four children were all born and raised in Hungary. Nancy and Ben are now college students at Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, Florida. Esther and Hannah attend high school in Esztergom, Hungary. Charin serves as worship leader in the church, and also leads the children's ministry. She also teaches English part time at two Hungarian elementary schools.For further information on their ministry, please visit their blog:http://pattonhungary.blogspot.hu/?m=1
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We are honored to send the Myers family to serve on the mission field to the deaf communities around the world. A full bio is coming!
Three years ago, Abi went to CROSScon and started getting books handed to her from random sources all about tribal/ jungle missions to animistic cultures. She was amazed that there were still so many unreached people groups in the world. There are 3,000 people groups and almost 3 billion people with no access to the good news of Christ's life and death in their place. She read every book she could find and asked every missionary she met how to plant a church and live long term in the jungle. She took a vision trip to the Peruvian Amazon and knew this was where God was leading her next steps. She is praying that the Father will allow her to see Him build His church there because Jesus is worthy of the reward of His sufferings.
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