We exist to glorify God by being and making disciples of Jesus Christ. One of the ways we pursue and live out this mission is through preparing and sending out missionaries to be effective messengers of reconciliation in a variety of contexts.
Aaron and Thaint
Several years ago, Aaron felt the Lord calling him to go and to bring the kingdom of God into an unreached area of Southeast Asia and start an indigenous house church planting movement. In 2013, Aaron married his wife, Thaint, and they are currently part of Known as The Way—a movement of Christ followers who are displaying His love and glory. Their vision and desire is for people to see Christ and know Him personally through His story, His family and by the way Christians live their lives founded upon the gospel.
Aaron and Thaint ask for prayers in navigating the culture, which can be difficult due to the spiritual climate, lack of community and communication barriers. The city they live in has less than 1% of Christians and lacks basic infrastructure, imports, medical access and quality-of-life standards. If you are interested in learning more about how you can pray, serve or support Known as The Way, please visit their website: knownastheway.com.
K is serving in the Middle East at an indigenous church. Pray for K as she builds relationships and learns culture and language. Pray that the Lord would open the hearts of the Middle Eastern people to accept the Gospel. Pray that God would build up and multiply the local church.
To learn more about K and how you can support her mission, please email John Warren.
Chad and Hiroko Farmer
Chad and Hiroko Farmer have burdened hearts for the people of Japan. They desire to share the gospel with a population where only 0.25% of people have heard and believed the gospel. The need is great.
The Farmers moved to Nagoya, Japan, in 2014 to be part of fulfilling that need and bringing the gospel to the Japanese people. Chad is a pastor on staff at Mustard Seed Christian Church. The Farmers ask for your prayers: that they might be used by God to reach the lost, that they can help equip leaders and also help plant churches.
Danyelle and Franco Morón
Danyelle and and her husband Franco serve in Cochabamba, Bolivia through neighborhood outreach and discipleship. Their desire is to reach the community around them with the Good News of Jesus, and to see a local church planted and thriving. Please pray that the Lord would use them to share the gospel and make disciples in Bolivia for His glory
To learn more about Danyelle and Franco and how you can support their mission you email them or visit their website.
While attending the University of North Texas, Ellen felt a burden on her heart to be a missionary in Thailand. She spent a summer in that country doing campus ministry. When Ellen returned to UNT, she prayed about meeting Thai international students. She got involved with the Thai Student Association, had Thai roommates and worked for a Thai family in their restaurant. God used all these things to deepen her desire to go to Thailand and share the good news of Jesus with the Thai people.
Ellen now serves with Pioneers on a church planting team, reaching out to university students. She is teaching English at a university in hopes of building relationships with students. Ellen will help her Pioneers team lead Bible studies on campus while continuing to learn the language.
Kourtney lives in Villa Nueva, Guatemala, serving at New Life Children's Home. She supports their teens in education & life goals and assists in discipling the girls in the home.
She looks forward to whatever adventures the Lord has for her in the future as she seeks to bring the hope of Christ to children that come from difficult and broken backgrounds.
Colin and Cindy Rayburn
Colin, Cindy and Theo Rayburn live in Paris, France, serving with Greater Europe Mission & The Acts29 Network. Pray for Colin and Cindy as they reach international young professionals and university students. Their hope is to plant a church among this generation who is the first in France to be open to the gospel in 70 years.