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Mike & Joyce Bond
Mike and Joyce Bond are the founders of Global Radio Outreach, also known as EMission to Islam. Through G.R.O. they evangelize and disciple Muslims throughout their world using a strategy that involves fusion radio and Internet technologies, with a potential audience of just over one-half billion listeners. Letters are coming in from Muslims, converts and other listeners in 58 countries.
Tom & Bev Brumbley
Evangelistic World Outreach is quickly approaching its 50th year of ministry in Haiti. Tom and Bev Brumbley are the founders and directors of the mission, with a headquarters on the outskirt of Port-au-Prince and a total of 14 churches and 8 schools. Their main emphasis is to the children of Haiti, with a Chapel Bible program in 25 schools, reaching about 5,000 students weekly.
Michael & Jodi Bunn
Mike evaluates new potential pilot/mechanics at JAARS and trains them for missions flights, travels to promote aviation in missions and does recurrency training for active field pilots on furlough. This year Mike has been asked to focus on helicopter training for new missionaries. Jodi helps to direct the Intercultural Communications Course which focuses on holistic preparation for new cross-cultural workers. She has been asked to help lead the Learning and Development Department of JAARS, which exists to strengthen people for service together. Jodi also travels and speaks within the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies as the missions representative to the FCA USA national board.
Bruce & Linda Cannon
Bruce and Linda serve with SEND International providing care and oversight to the 330+ SEND missionaries sent from the US to serve in over twenty countries around the world. Bruce works with new missionaries and those back on home assignment, as well as those in crisis or transition. Their goal is to encourage, equip and empower these workers to not only survive but to thrive in cross-cultural ministry that is both fruitful and sustainable. Before beginning this assignment in 2011, Bruce and Linda served as church planters in Poland for 17 years.
Rev. Rich & Esther Collingridge
Rev. Rich and Esther Collingridge have been missionaries overseas for over 35 years and served as Missions Pastor at SGT for 14 years. Presently they are working with JAARS, which is the technical arm for Wycliffe USA. To learn more about JAARS and the Intercultural Communications Program, click HERE.
Michael & Mary Haegeland
Mary Haegeland and her son, Michael, work on behalf of the nation of Nepal. In 1987, SGT sent Mary and her husband, Mick, to work with the underground church in Nepal. After Mick’s passing in 2022, Mary has continued to run their ministry, Five14 Nepal, working to prevent human trafficking and exploitation. Five14 trains young Nepalis in kingdom business and disciples new believers in rural areas. Their son, Michael, is earning his Masters of Divinity at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. He develops bible training for Hindu background believers and travels with Mary as they both teach and work for God’s purposes in Nepal.
Kelly & Vicki Hoodikoff
Kelly is presently part of the YWAM Europe leadership and oversees a team of leaders in Kyiv, Ukraine. Vicki leads a teacher training certification program with the University of the Nations that trains Christian teachers throughout Ukraine. The Hoodikoff’s are also overseeing an anti-human trafficking ministry in Moldova. Presently, the Hoodikoff’s are pioneering a golf-focused Discipleship Training School in Phoenix, AZ with a vision to multiply golf ministries around the world.
Harun is the Director of the Al Hayat channel which is an Arabic Christian TV channel that has taken a daring approach in preaching the Gospel and challenging Muslims and bring to light the lies and deception of Islam. Al Hayat Channel’s mission is to boldly share the truth of Jesus Christ and to disciple Muslim background believers, to help and empower the church and individual believers in the Arabic speaking world.
Heather coordinates an outreach from among the churches to asylum seekers and refugees. Most of the asylums seekers come from countries in conflict in the region, and most are Islamic. The desire of the churches is to demonstrate God’s love and speak His truth so that lives would be transformed.
Munkhjargal & Duya
Munkhjargal and Duya are national leaders and senior pastors of Transformation Mongolia, a church planting network. Eleven churches have been planted in different parts of Mongolia and a missionary couple has been assigned to serve in Inner Mongolia, China. They have also set up Royal Rangers, Rejoice Recovery (a program for people with addictions), and a soccer ministry.
Mohamed Alim Mursalin
Pastor Mursalin is a member of the national board of the Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches in Guyana. He is directly responsible for twenty-two churches in three districts. Other ministry includes teaching and directing leadership development through the training of locals, reaching the unreached via TV ministry, church planting and humanitarian aid. Pastor Mursalin also travels worldwide conducting Islamic Awareness Seminars through the ministry of Operation Crescent Moon Outreach.
Eirik & Bethany Rasmussen
Eirik and Bethany are in Tanzania working to train East and Central African ministers and missionaries under the Pentecostal Evangelic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA). Eirik serves alongside his father, Nathan Rasmussen, at Lake Tanganyika Christian College in Kigoma, Tanzania, and twenty other PEFA Bible Schools throughout Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda. and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Email them HERE for more information about their work in Africa.
Nathan & Karen Rasmussen
“Training the reached of Africa to reach the unreached.” Nathan and Karen work together with their son Tori and many others to motivate the African church through mission seminars, mission schools, and development projects to see the UPG’s of Africa reached for Christ. They also continue to work with Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) in East and Central Africa in Bible School training, church planting, refugee work, etc
Tori & Alix Rasmussen
Tori’s primary focus is to assist in cultivating an African missions movement – to see the African church sending their own missionaries and to experience rapidly reproducing church movements. His goal is to help the new African missionaries get started in the mission field as well as helping them to begin church planting initiatives. He also continues to work on felt needs project such as the Road Project and setting up a clinic in Kanansa.
Olivia & Matthew Bohlman
As they are in a season of transition in ministry, they will continue to volunteer as missionaries at the Chiang Rai International Christian School (CRICS) this upcoming year. Olivia will be one of the school nurses and the health teacher and Matt will be one of the history teachers. As a couple, they also support the school’s youth group and assist their outreach team. Additionally, Matt will begin teaching courses at a Bible school for hill tribes that come from Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.
While living in Thailand, they continue to visit Cambodia to partner with local leaders and pastors to provide educational scholarships, small-business grants and nutritional assistance to young adult orphans and desperate families. Their long-term vision is to broaden the borders of God’s kingdom by resourcing a new generation of indigenous churches with a biblical worldview that integrates spiritual warfare with God’s wisdom to strengthen families, nurture health and disciple young adults.
Kevin & Santa Reece
Kevin and Santa serve among the Sengeju people, an unreached people group in Tanga Region, Northeastern Tanzania. They are using education development as an access ministry, with two adult English classes, two adult literacy classes, and a kindergarten at their education center. There is about 7 acres of agricultural land they are working towards developing, using principles of Farming God’s Way to teach and demonstrate better stewardship of the land.
Lee Anne Risk
Since 1983 Lee Anne’s focus is to see the Christians in Latin America trained to do the work of ministry. This involves Bible and worship ministry schools, short-term outreaches, orphanages, the local church and a Christian school in English for preschool-high school. She is also on the board of directors for Canzion Institutes; which has many Ministry Schools throughout Latin America, Africa and Europe.
Devan works with those who have been exploited by way of Human Trafficking to bring hope through the word of God and opportunities to encounter His lasting healing. Her vision is to see survivors restored to the Father, made whole, and discipled to reach others in the same situation with the Good News. She also works with Go To Nations’ member core team, which provides genuine care and support services to the public and also to ensure the well-being of missionaries and success in their personal lives, family, and ministry.
Adam & Cyndi Simnowitz
The Simnowitz family primarily ministers to Arabic speaking Muslims. They are involved in personal evangelism, a church plant, teaching ESL, teaching the Bible at their church and the local Teen Challenge, discipleship, writing articles & tracts, providing training to minister to Muslims, etc. Adam continues with the “Book Project”, a digitization project of the writings of pioneer missionaries to Muslims (i.e. pre-1950).
Antonio & Cindy Soares da Silva
Antonio and Cynthia are serving the indigenous population living both in and around the small town of Santa Rosa do Purus with a focus on the Kulina Indians. They minister in the eight Kulina villages which received Proclaimers (audio Bibles) last year. The Indians who live in Santa Rosa are being reached through their involvement in the kids ministry at the local church. The church’s population is nearly 80% indigenous. While in Porto Velho, Cynthia works with the Maria’s Project which is geared toward at-risk adolescent girls in the surrounding river community. They want to launch the Maria’s Project in Santa Rosa.
Rajesh & Janette Tiwari
The Tiwaris train/equip leaders in the word of God, Discipleship training and Story of Redemption, Ministering to the Unreached. Their specific focus groups are Hindus and Kashmirs Muslims. They minister in Northern, Western, Central and North Western States of India.
Tom is serving as a catalyst for mission, prayer and next generation movements with a special focus on Asia and the 10/40 Window area. He has been building partnerships between cities in the West and strategic regions overseas like Indonesia and Northern India. Tom is part of the executive team for the International Prayer Council and also serves as the facilitator for the North American region for the 4 to 14 Window Movement, (children ages 4-14). Tom’s wife, Mery, recently went to be with the Lord.