Kim & Jan continue to live with and work with the Fulani people, who await peace so they can return to CAR.
Roger teaches in churches and online and holds workshops. He addresses Partnership Development, Staff Connection, coordinates pastor clusters, and leads seminars.
Dave & Oksana served in Ukraine for years. Now they are based in MN. Dave is working with the Crisis Response Division to work alongside churches that are recovering from crises. They’ve brought medical missions teams to Ukraine. Oksana facilitates webinars to provide help and hope to families, professionals, churches in Ukrane on dealing with children with autism and developmental disabilities.
They plant churches in rural Pakistan and hold evangelistic meetings. Their ministry and those they help are suffering persecution in certain regions.
Their goal is to protect the unborn by counseling the pregnant female, exploring her options, and providing services like pregnancy tests and ultrasound exams. They also give a presentation to middle/high schools to motivate youth to practice abstinence until marriage.
They coordinate volunteers at various churches to offer immigration counseling to foreign-born neighbors who need help filling out government forms. Several workers have been accredited to represent immigrants when they file their applications.
The Melikas served as country leaders with ReachGlobal, when they moved to Cairo. After several years of service, Ehab now provides leadership and support to many ministries.
Their purpose is to establish, equip and assist national local churches to evangelize and disciple believers through church planting, leadership training, multi-media, publications, and short-term evangelism teams.
This ministry, based in Wagner College in Staten Island reaches out to the college students, many from the boroughs of NY. They have Bible studies and are developing small-group leaders. They are connecting with student leaders at the College of Staten Island too..
The U.S. office raises awareness and support for the mission. The main Mukti campus provides group homes and education for over 200 children (orphan, part-orphan.) They also have homes for the aged, for special needs children, for babies, and for indigent single moms and their children. Local children attend their schools and villagers come to their small hospital. This ministry also has several group homes in other states.
Joey and Jenn serve across northern Jersey with a team that covers the whole state, winning, building and sending college students to reach their campuses with the gospel of Jesus Christ!
Their goal is to reach out to international college students who are studying in the U.S. with the message of salvation. There are over 1.2 million international students studying in the U.S.
They help many people with their immigration needs including filling out government forms, reviewing documents, and explaining procedures and requirements.