Rebekah Meyerend: Latin America Mission/United World Mission
United World Mission helps grow disciple-making communities around the world that worship, love, serve, and proclaim the good news of Christ everywhere. Their missionaries partner with leaders, churches, and ministries in over 30 nations. Rebekah heads the Evangelism in Depth for Children Mexico program. The goal of this ministry is to reach the children of the Mexican republic with the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is accomplished by mobilizing, training, and equipping Christian children in sharing their testimonies about Christ. Rebekah offers workshops in local churches for children and adults, training them in effective and creative methods of evangelism, prayer, and discipleship. Workshops may include puppets, clowns, dramatizing and narrating Bible stories, prayer, and homework clubs. Helping churches establish their own children's ministries also is one of Rebekah's aims.
Skip and Carol Tobin: Virginia Mennonite Missions
901 Parkwood Dr., Harrisonburg, VA 22802
Broadly speaking, Skip and Carol get to be advocates for mission--in both local and overseas contexts.
Carol serves in a part-time role as Asia Regional Director with Virginia Mennonite Missions. The Tobins were VMMissions' first affiliated workers in Asia. Their footprint has since increased, with Carol now providing direction for a new Bangkok-based team, and tracking with affiliated workers elsewhere in Thailand, China, Bangladesh, India, and Indonesia.
Skip continues to serve as Director for VMM USA church planting. His mandate in this role is to "nurture a movement of new missional communities and challenge, encourage and equip existing congregations and districts toward their own missional futures."
Carol and Skip are increasingly sensing a desire to walk with young adults who want and need opportunities to experience missional discipleship. They are working to create local discipleship opportunities that can, Lord willing, help empower us as active participants in God's mission, both locally and globally.
Glad Tidings India
Rev. William D. Teate, Jr.
Glad Tidings India
53 Harristown Road
Paradise, PA 17562
To train and equip Indian churches to reach their fellow countrymen with the Gospel by providing:
Scriptures in the languages of India
Strategy & training for Church Planting
Bible-content literacy classes
Vacation Bible Schools
Ministry is occurring among 53 Unreached People Groups. Glad Tidings desires to begin work among 10 Unreached People Groups.
Mukombe Mercy The Gate of Hope - Freedom International Ministries
Kenya, East Africa
Bro. Patrick Khafumi-Director
Rev. Hezron Juma Okaba
Kakamega, 50100 Kenya, East Africa
To create more training for the young in areas of drug and alcohol abuse and HIV AIDS
To raise a generation which will then raise a next generation with strong family ties
To promote relationships with the community
To give hope to those who have none through education, health & medical care, food and clothing supply, teaching God's Word, nursery school feeding programs, and providing doctor checkups every 3 months
Redeemer City to City
1359 Broadway, Suite 1102
New York, NY 10018
Executive Director: Mark Reynolds
Contact: Al Barth, International Director for Europe and Africa
Redeemer City to City focuses on church planting for the renewal of global cities and content resources for leaders who want to bring the power of the gospel to every part of life. With a focus on training, coaching, serving, and financially supporting church planters in cities in Europe, Africa, and a North American urban network, they provide two-day immersion programs, a five-week residency program in NYC, and a two-year program to serve, train and develop church planters in targeted cities.
City to City also provides a program to prepare local trainers to deliver church planting training to other local leaders and is coaching, serving, and assisting new and existing church plants in Athens, Greece. The Athens Project launched their church in the district of Exarcheia in Athens, Greece, on Easter 2013. The leaders of this plant are Tim Coomar and Alexandros Pipilios, graduates of Westminster Seminary in Glenside, PA. Exarcheia is home to many writers, journalists, artists, and intellectuals, but also has been the location of riots and anti-authority demonstrations. PCKS is delighted to partner with the Athens Project in establishing a gospel-centered church in this strategic global city.