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CambodiaDon and Bridget Brewster
Agape InternationalDon and Bridget Brewster initiated a focus on ending the evil of child sexual slavery in Cambodia, by proving transformational aftercare for victims and equipping the local church for prevention. Two aftercare centers (Agape Restoration Center and Agape Transitional Living Center) were opened in 2006, and are providing a wide range of services to assist rescued young girls. Currently, ARC has a Cambodian staff, providing physical care, emotional and spiritual renewal, employment training.
ChileJeff and Kathy Phillips
lberoAmerican MinistriesThe focus of IberoAmerican Ministries (IAM) is–and has always been–to facilitate church planting movements. In obedience to the King, these Latin American churches have sent Latin American workers to establish churches in other parts of Chile, Ecuador, Peru, North Africa, and into Unreached People Groups throughout the 10/40 Window.
International MissionsGlen & Wendy Gibson
New Mission Systems InternationalGlen serves as the Chief Ministry Officer for New Mission Systems International (NMSI), a mission sending organization with over 200 full-time affiliates ministering long-term in 26 countries. Wendy also serves in a variety of roles with NMSI including Partnership Development Consultant. Together they provide strategic and missiological leadership for the organization as well as oversight and encouragement for field missionaries and their support systems at the Center for Global Outreach in Fort Myers, FL. Their goal is to ensure that all NMSI affiliates are valued and empowered for fruitful ministry so that God will be known and worshiped among the nations. They have served in missions ministry for a total of 30 years including 17 years as missionaries to the Philippines and seven years teaching at a Christian University.
Iran AliveIAM is an Evangelical Christian non-profit organization comprised of former Muslims dedicated to winning Muslims to Christ. IAM’s mission is to win Muslims to Christ by revealing the true nature of God (IAM) to Muslim hearts so that they may experience the joy, peace, salvation and unconditional love of God.
IsraelSteven & Shari Khoury
Holy Land MissionsPastor Steven has attended Bible College in Springfield MO, and received his Bachelor of Science in Pastoral Ministry and Bible, along with his official Ordination Certificate. He has served in ministry in both the States and Israel over the past 7 years. He is an affiliate with the BBFI, and a member of the National Christian Foundation. He is the youngest Local ordained Arab pastor in Israel and surrounding Arab countries. Pastor Steve has also been published in several books and interview by organizations such as CBN and ICEJ. He currently writes religious articles for Al-Quds, the largest Arabic newspaper in the Holy Land. God has burdened my heart in a great way. He has shown me that Arabs can come to Salvation; I have witnessed that Jews are coming to the MESSIAH, and that many in Israel from all backgrounds are losing hope in life. Seeing people bleed every day, and seeing a person one day and gone the next because of violence and terrorism has made me appreciate life.
JapanChad and Jennifer Huddleston
Team ExpansionChad and Jennifer have served about 10 yrs. as house church planters near Osaka, Japan. Their team is building relationships to draw people to Christ through several ministries. They have been involved in Relief work since the recent tsunami in Japan. They have temporarily relocated their entire family to Northern Japan to be in the heart of the recovery area.
Frank & Jan
Jonathan ProjectFrank and Jan are church planters, reaching unreached people groups around the world through a network of people trained in the Jonathan ministry. They serve in areas of the US as well as many other countries, including those that would be considered “closed” or “creative access” countries. The goal of the Jonathan Project is: “Take the Hill 1-1-1” (Reach 1 Million points of light/churches and 1 Thousand people groups in 1 decade) 1 Samuel 14:6.
Zimbabwe, AfricaKathy McCarty
Chidamoyo HospitalThrough two Christian hospitals located in Zimbabwe, Kathy serves as a medical worker for AIDS victims, pregnant mothers, infants and others in need of medical attention. The Chidamoyo Christian Hospital (CCH) was established in 1968 for the purpose of medical evangelism. In April 2005, a one thousand seat AIDS Education and Learning center opened with a library for local ministers.
W. EuropeWillard Black
Open Door LibrariesThe Open Door Libraries (formerly known as the Institute for Christian Resources – ICR), was founded by Willard Black in 1975 as a teaching resource for churches, individuals, and community groups. The libraries provide opportunities for spreading the gospel in creative access countries.