After the Crandal Canyon mine disaster of August 2007, the group of Hispanics that we had led to the Lord and were discipling in the community of Huntington disbanded. Many returned to Mexico, others left seeking a diﬀ erent type of work, yet others left the area for Wyoming to work in the mines there. It has been our prayer that God would begin something again in that community and He heard our prayers. Two Hispanic couples that moved here from Georgia on a temporary contract (9 months) for one of the power plants, found our church when they went to Walmart and saw our bilingual sign. They are living in Huntington and are excited to have us come and hold Bible studies on Thursday nights in their home. God is good! Even though they will only be here for 9 months, they love the Lord and have a strongChristian testimony and want to reach other Hispanics for Christ. Pray for us as we begin this renewed endeavor in this community and that some of the old contacts would join us and come to know Christ. Contact info: theclapps.com
After graduating from Bethel College Indiana in 2000, Tim and Andrea never imagined being called to ministry service overseas. But, in 2008, God burdened their hearts for Muslims and took them to South Asia to help bring about holistic transformation to leaders, families and communities.
FH’s mission is to walk with churches, leaders and families in overcoming all forms of human poverty by living in healthy relationship with God and his creation. Tim and Andrea work to challenge the national staff to do this by encouraging them to become strong leaders and reach their God-given potential. While encouraging the national staff to develop and grow in their personal walk with God, Tim and Andrea also 1.) Equip and train four (4) national directors in servant leadership and management skills development, 2.) chair the leadership team and represent FH to outside organizations, and 3.) build relationships and provide spiritual direction to the organization.Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
The Hovinghs 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 ongoing ministries in the Naivasha community.
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“We came to know the Lord as our personal Savior at an early age and we were called to serve the Lord in our youth. We are blessed with four wonderful kids, Winnie, Willie, Joy and Ruth, and they are a great joy in our relationship. We have been trained in the United States for ministry back in Kenya. The Lord’s conviction and His direction for us to be in the mission eld has remained alive. “We have been attending Grace Church for the past seven years and we feel so humbled to partner with them in fulling the Great Commission.“ The Irungu's left for Kenya in September, 2012. You can contact them via email.Contact Info: email@example.com ; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Marc planted a church in Esztergom 17 years ago and they now have over 90 baptized members and an average attendance over 150. Five years ago, they began the Esztergom Baptist Bible Institute. They have 10-12 students each semester. They also have seen their giving steadily increase and are able to support 7 Hungarian church planters. Marc is currently pastoring another church in the city of Tata, about 30 miles away. It is a young church with about 30 baptized members and runs about 35 people on Sunday. Life is very busy as he travels between these two churches.Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
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