. . . to Make Christ’s love known to our Neighbors and all Nations.
Giving people Direction For Life by leading them to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, and growing them through the teaching of His Word.
Colossians 1:28 “And we proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, that we may present every man complete in Christ.”
The Missions Team:
Todd and Jennifer Janes
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Todd and Jennifer Janes are church planting assistants in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, working with a team of missionaries to help grow the church plant on the southern fringe of the city. The mission is to see this church expand in such a way that it leads to other church plants in Cambodia and eventually breaking through boarders to the surrounding countries of Laos, Vietnam, and Thailand. Currently, Todd and Jen are doing part-time language study, part-time ministry – building relationships with the locals to share the good news of Jesus, and seeking to fulfill their role in the Great Commission.
Jen Henning & Chernobyl’s Child
Our Mission: To render humanitarian aid to children, families, schools and communities in Eastern Europe affected by the Chernobyl nuclear accident of 1986 through school and community projects as well as child and family sponsorship.
Purpose: To provide necessities such as winter clothing, vitamins, dental and school supplies, as well as food to children in the southeast part of the country of Belarus who do not receive this life saving aid from any other source.
Goal: To travel to Belarus each summer to purchase these vital supplies for kids in need. There are 36 kids on the sponsorship list, but there are at least 125 more just in the village of Lipova who could be significantly helped by receiving this same type of aid. Through child sponsorship we strive to restore… Hope for Chernobyl’s Child.
For more information visit their website: www.hopeforchernobylschild.org
Titus & Stephanie Folden
Primary Ministry Focus: Serving victims of sexual abuse and exploitation in areas of restoration and justice. Working for full restoration and transformation through Christ.
The People: Primarily those of Latin descent and a few indigenous groups. The slums bring people fr om all areas of the country, mestizo, indigenous and Afro-Ecuadorian. Focusing on girls ranging in age from 2-18, victims of sexual abuse and/or exploitation.
Major Challenges: Remaining encouraged while dealing with heartbreaking circumstances, slow moving government structures and against social taboos.
Prayer Focus: Pray for the children who will be served in rescue centers. For complete healing, restoration, justice in their cases and societal change.
Ethan & Melissa Molsee
I am looking forward to working with other missionaries and Togolese nationals to plant churches and train leaders in northern Togo. I will also be using my business background by working in administrative duties at the hospital and ministry center. I also anticipate teaching Bible and theology modules for national church leaders and leading Bible studies. — Ethan
I am eager to use my training as a physician to share Christ’s love with those who seek medical treatment at the new clinic and hospital in Mango. As a female doctor in a predominately Muslim area I especially anticipate opportunities to minister to the women in northern Togo and beyond. It is refreshing to see both spiritual and physical needs addressed and to witness lives changed forever by the power of Christ. –Melissa
Caleb and Christina serve in Odessa, Ukraine with a team of missionaries. Their ministry is focused on growing healthy Christ centered local churches. This is accomplished through training young believers at the Church Ministries Institute, where Caleb serves as the vice president. In addition to this they are involved in personal discipleship, and work closely alongside Ukrainian pastors to help strengthen and multiply the church in Ukraine and beyond.
Caleb and Christina are sent by Discovery Baptist where Caleb served as a pastoral intern from 1999-2005. Together, they ministered as commander and secretary of Discovery’s AWANA club.
Jon & Suzanne Wright
Europe & Middle East
The Wrights serve in Europe and the Middle East with World in Need International, a faith-based mission devoted to serving Jesus Christ by discipling people which enables indigenous evangelism, discipleship and church planting.
The Wrights have effectively served in Romania since 1985. Through their ministries of teaching and administration at the Bible School they have seen many churches planted through their graduates. They have seen the establishment of a Christian camping and conference center.
Partnering with Entrust, they are assisting Middle Eastern ministries by helping train church leaders. Jonathan has taught in the Middle East and he and Suzanne invest much time encouraging and equipping believers in this vital area of God’s work.
Dick & Mavis Buck
Dick and Mavis returned to Brazil in January 2013 where they feel it is home to them. They are currently waiting to see what ministries the Lord is leading them into as they are ABWE retired missionaries.
Rich & Cindy Brown
Rich and Cindy are involved with discipleship, Bible studies and have a very active ministry with children.
Cindy teaches English in the school system and has developed some good relationships with parents. Rich is also involved with mentoring some of the men. They have four children-Andrew, Amanda, Rachel and Elizabeth.
Current ministry focus: Prison Ministry-Bible studies, fathering classes and family friendly events. Jim is an interim pastor at Grace church of Deer Park-Helping the church call a pastor. He also works with students at Moody Bible Institute in Spokane, WA. ABWE Retired Missionary/Pastor.
Kyle & Nancy Herr
King County, SW WA & Olympic Peninsula
Purpose: Equipping churches and parents to raise Christ-following kids for life.
AWANA helps churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ.
For more information, visit their website: Awanaherr.org
Bob & Dawn Wilson
PaceSetter Ministry is committed to establishing and training groups of leaders–pastors and laymen, in the United States and abroad–through the practical application of the Word of God in real life situations. This is accomplished by encouraging men and women in discipleship training, family relationship development, and “Back to Basics” renewal conferences.
For more information go to: pacesetterministries.com