“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations,
baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”
Terry & Karen Duncan – World Gospel Mission (WGM)
2712 Aston Ave.
Plant City, FL 33566
Terry is the Assistant to the Vice-President of International Ministries at WGM. He and Karen work from their home office providing support for retired missionaries.
Johnny Glover – Arizona
PO Box 1366
Ganado, AZ 86505-1366
Johnny ministers to the Navajo people in Greasewood, AZ. He pastors a church there, assisting the local families in many ways including encouraging the young people’s further education.
Roy & Carolyn McCook – OMS International
One Mission Society
2200 Elm Ave., Sky #2
Laurinburg, NC 28352
Roy and Carolyn are “semi-retired” but still travel to central Africa several times a year to train local pastors.
Debbie McKelvey – World Gospel Mission (WGM)
2108 W. Jackson Ave.
McAllen, TX 78501
Debbie is completing her counseling degree and working with a local church in McAllen, Texas on the Texas/Mexican border.
Mel & Fran Noah – OMS International
Rua Senador Souza Naves 880
Londrina, PR 86010 Brazil
Mel and Fran Noah have been missionaries in Brazil with OMS International since 1972. While providing field leadership to OMS missionaries, the Noahs have strived to build a stable Brazilian church through training and partnering in one-on-one relationships. Mel has served as field director, seminary director and member of the board of the Londrina Bible Seminary. He is currently working in the seminary as a Bible professor. Fran has taught English in the Webb Idioms Christian Academy, worked in couples’ ministry, helped plan marriage retreats in their local church, worked with the seminary student scholarships, coordinating the translation of reports, and served as prayer chairman.
Todd & Terri Smalley – Proclaim! International – Germany
Tannenkircher Strasse 5
79415 Bad Bellingen
Todd and Terri are musicians and evangelists with Proclaim!’s band MERCY STREET RHYTHM & BLUES which tours throughout the world, partnering with churches to reach their communities for Christ. The band’s name encompasses not only a particular style of music that helped draw crowds, but the content of the message that was communicated — the message of God’s great mercy, so desperately needed in every part of the world. Todd and Terri are usually based in Germany, but are on home assignment raising additional support. From their home in Jacksonville they continue to tour with the band in the U.S. and Europe.
Eric & Tina VanPelt – Serving In Mission (SIM) – Peru
SIM USA Act# 58031
PO Box 7900
Charlotte, NC 28241
Eric and Tina minister at Camp La Joya in Arequipa, Peru. This is a support ministry of the church in Peru providing summer camps for children and training retreats for church leadership. Eric coordinates the construction projects at the camp and presently is serving as the Interim Director for the Peru field.
Uk & Manuela Chong – Cadence International – Thailand
American Embassy Box CR
APO AP 96546
The Chong Family are serving in Southeast Asia. They live in Chiang Mai, Thailand to minister to foreign military communities of several countries in the region. Their focus is personal discipleship with indigenous leaders and sharing the gospel. First they will need to learn the language and the culture. The Cadence International Foreign Military Ministry team’s goal is to be used by God to develop self-sustaining ministries in each country of Southeast Asia.
Andrea Currier – Pioneers
Andrea has just arrived in Africa and is beginning her language study.
Columbia International University (CIU)
7435 Monticello Road
Columbia, SC 29203
It all started with the prayer of a young woman. In 1913 Miss Emily Dick filled in for her sister, who taught a Sunday school class in one of the mill villages in Columbia, SC. She became concerned for the spiritual and material needs of the workers and their families, so she attended Moody Bible Institute for more training in the Bible. After her return, she realized that a local Bible institute was needed in order to train those who wanted more Bible education. Today, the current campus is located on 400 scenic acres next to the Broad River, just minutes from the hub of South Carolina’s capital city, Columbia. The beautiful campus is home to a diverse group of Christians. With more than 15,000 alumni serving in Christian ministry in more than 130 countries, CIU is one of the world’s leading ministry training centers. The dream of one praying young woman is alive and well!
Radio 4VEH – OMS International – Haiti
3170 Airmans Drive
Fort Pierce, FL 34946
Since 1950, Radio 4VEH began reaching out with the Good News by radio and thousands have heard and believed. 4VEH also provides encouragement and training for believers and other programming including topics such as personal hygiene and animal husbandry to help improve the lives of listeners. Many who can receive the signal of 4VEH live in areas where there is no electricity. But OMS is able to provide solar powered radios, fixed-tuned to 4VEH, to those areas in addition to people without the resources to afford electricity or batteries.
1601 St. Julian Place
Columbia, SC 29204
Helping women and their families through the life changing journey of pregnancy. All choices and options are presented so each woman can make the best decision for her child. Funding exists solely on donations, grants and fundraising events.