1. Miriam Abbott has been a missionary for over 40 years and has worked with the Macushi Indians in Brazil. She and her mission’s partner, Jane Burns, have translated the New Testament into the Macushi language. They live in South Carolina now and continue to work translating the Bible in other Brazilian tribal languages with other missionaries
2. Brad and Shilo Cain worked as missionary school teachers in Venezuela and Paraguay before God directed them to a new mission field. They are currently moving to Chihuaua, Mexico to serve in a school for missionary children there.
3. We also support the Pregnancy Help Center of Dover. Within 3 weeks of conception, a baby has a heartbeat. Despite this, there are still 4,100 abortions every day in the U.S. At the Pregnancy Help Center, not only do ladies hear the truth about abortion, its risks and options, but they also learn the truth about the miracle of Jesus Christ and His love for them and their condition. The Center is located at 1991 South State StreetDover, DE 19901.
4. Jamie and Char Hunt have been serving in Paraguay with New Tribes Mission. they live among the Nivacle tribe, learning their language and translating the Bible for them.
5. Independent Gospel Missions (IGM), founded in 1968, is a Christ-centered organization which serves the church, missionary, and national church planters to produce a concerted effort in the areas of accountability, responsibility, support, and the harvesting of souls for the glory of the Kingdom of God. Timothy Abbott, along with his family, plant churches in Mexico. He is currently a pastor in a church in the city of Victoria.
6. Philip Dongre is the Executive Director at CFI, a boy’s orphanage in India. There are 220 boys enrolled who have been through much of their short lives. They are being taught about Jesus Christ and the Scripture by a loving and caring staff. It is the hope of CFI to raise these boys to be missionaries to their own people in India, a predominantly Hindu country.
7. Steven is a medical doctor and Lisa is a registered nurse. They have been commissioned by ABWE International for service at Hospital of Hope in northern Togo. They plan to leave the United States in August for language training in France. If all goes well, next year they should be in Togo. They pray that God would use their service at the Hospital of Hope to bring the Gospel to the Fulani people, who frequently seek care there. They are working to start a church among the Fulani and disciple indigenous church leaders
8. John and Monica (last name not given for security) are missionaries to Singapore where they strengthen churches, equip the saints and John teaches/pastors in churches throughout the country. God is also using them to ministry in other closed countries nearby. They are sent out by Grace Ministries International, a ministry of Grace Community Church.