MEM: Phillip Jackson

P and L Jackson have served in Macedonia since January of 1995. They have three children, Anni (‘94), Gabe (‘98) and Sam (‘00), all of whom have loved growing up in Macedonia. The Jacksons’ assignments have included church planting, leadership training, and mission area leadership. P and L are presently focused on a new church […]

MEM: Gary LeBlanc | Mercy Chefs

  Mercy Chefs provide professionally prepared, restaurant quality meals for victims, volunteers and first responders in national emergencies and natural disasters. Our team is experienced in bringing relief following hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes, earthquakes, wildfires and national emergencies. When Gary LeBlanc founded Mercy Chefs in 2006 he could have never imagined all that God would do […]

MEM: Matt Nowery | Samaritan’s Purse – Iraq

Matthew Nowery began working with Samaritan’s Purse in 2005. He spent five years working with the persecuted church in Sudan. There he spent time researching and documenting the atrocities committed against the Sudanese church by the government of the North. He used that information to develop a program that enabled the construction of churches that […]

MEM: Chaplain David Robbins | Solid Rock Ministries

  Reaching. Raising. Restoring. The mission of Solid Rock Ministries is simple: reaching men and women with the gospel, raising them to maturity in Christ, and restoring them to be productive members of society. Chaplain Dave Robbins In the Spring of 1980, after running from the law in Massachusetts, Dave was arrested and taken to Green […]

MEM: Andy Keener | Wycliffe Bible Translators – Senior Director of Global Partnerships

Andy and Lori Keener serve with Wycliffe Bible Translators. They grew up in Pennsylvania and were called into the ministry of Bible translation around the age of 20. They first served in Central America, researching Bible translation needs among Caribbean people that speak Creole languages. Later, they spent 9 years serving the Teribe people in […]

MEM: Joel & Karin Gray | Serving In Missions – Burkina Faso

  The Institut Missiologique du Sahel (IMS) is helping mobilize the African church for mission. The Institute’s one year program equips church leaders in French-speaking West Africa to direct mission agencies and train new missionaries. While the Mission Institute is located in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, students spend a lot of time learning in field-based experiences. […]

MEM: Joe Karabensh | Missionary Flights International

  When he was 13 years old, Joe committed his life to Christ at a Christian family camp in Mt. Hermon, CA. He later attended Westmont College and gained a burden for missions while on summer mission trips to Mexico and Kenya. He graduated Westmont in 1985 with a degree in Religious Studies. His interest […]

MEM: Jaime & Maria Ayala | Wycliffe Bible Translators | Lima, Peru

  Maria and Jaime serve the Bible translation movement in Peru in some very strategic areas. Jaime serves on the Americas Area Leader Development team, supporting key leaders in the Bible translation movement through training, coaching, and team building. He also works with churches and mission organizations to promote the mission movement and to encourage […]

MEM: Harry Fletcher | Good News Jail & Prison Ministry

Dr. Fletcher was a Good News Chaplain at the Fairfax County Jail, Virginia from 1966-68. He has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for the ministry. From 1984-91 Dr. Fletcher served as President of Washington Bible College/Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, Maryland. Harry has also served for twenty-five years as a […]

MEM: Walter Mutti | Reaching Your Neighbors For Christ Ministries

  Jane and Walter Mutti have been serving the Lord for most of their married lives.  Their first exposure to missions began with short term trips to Ireland and France.  Driven by a passion to serve God full-time, they began four years of extensive training with New Tribes Mission.  In 1991 Walter was ordained to […]

MEM: Doug Tunney | YWAM Boston

In 2006 a team of 6 were sent out from YWAM Pittsburgh with prayers and affirmation to begin a new work in Boston. Doug and Debi Tunney, Jeremy and Kandia Tunney, Jessica Spooner, and Jessi Cieply were the pioneers who took on the challenge, and committed themselves to God’s purposes here in Boston. It was […]

Who Would Jesus Vote For? By Adam Miller

“Though every kingdom has fallen, the Church has survived. Even the gates of hell cannot prevail against it” I have never been a particular fan of the expression, “What Would Jesus Do?” Partly because it doesn’t work in every scenario. How is that question going to prevent you from drowning? Jesus would just walk on […]