Church Supported Missionaries
We love all the missionaries that our church supports. Please take time to pray for them, send them an email or a card in the mail.
Joel and Amanda SewellServing with InterAct Ministries
Joel and Amanda serve with InterAct Ministries in Canada.
Longview, Alberta TOL 1H0
Kris and Mary-Jane Howe
New Tribes Mission
New Tribes Mission
Kris and Mary-Jane Howe serve with New Tribes Mission. "Following Christ is an adventure which sometimes includes twists and turns as we seek to hear and obey His leading. We started off as church planters amongst the Asheninca people and God used the three years with these precious people to teach us many things about ourselves and to grow us in so many ways. He knew along. He had it all planned out before time and now He has led us, put us, and prepared us for our new roles in missionary children care and education. Thank you Lord for leading, for directing, for showing us where we can best fit into your everlasting plan to see your name glorified amongst the nations!"
Follow their blog and learn more about their ministry at www.ntm.org/kris_howe
Cruzeiro do Sul, AC 69980-000
Lee and Shanon Higdon
Tim and Margarita Revett
Tim and Margarita Revett serve with Latin America Missions as educators at the New Horizon School, which provides a quality, Christ-centered education to the students of what once was a shantytown outside of Paraguay's capital, Asuncion. Margarita works with students who struggle with learning disabilities. She also works in children's and youth ministries, and is a church leader. Tim is developing and teaching New Horizon's English program. Additionally, he organizes evangelistic outreach and conducts discipleships with families and young men. One such discipleship is with the Christian inmate leaders inside the Tacumbu Prison, which is Paraguay's largest and most infamous correctional facility. Tim and Margarita desire to share with the people of Paraguay, the United States, and the rest of the world, the transformation, peace and fulfillment they've experienced through knowing Jesus.
Follow their blog at tmrevett.blogspot.com