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
Brad and Shilo Cain
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 Chihuahua, Mexico to serve in a school for missionary children there.
Children's Fellowship of India
Naya Akola, India
Children’s Fellowship of India serves Jesus Christ by providing for the educational, housing, clinical and spiritual needs of children in Naya Akola, India.
Jamie and Char Hunt
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.
Pregnancy Help Center
The Pregnancy Help Center provides critical support for those facing an unplanned pregnancy. The offer basic medical services and referrals, Biblical counseling, parenting education, and individual support.
Stephen and Lisa Wreesman
Stephen and Lisa serve as medical missionaries in Mango, Togo. Through ABWE, they serve at the Hospital of Hope, providing medical services to a community of millions through northern Togo and nearby countries. Through this effort, they are meeting members of a targeted tribe and developing leaders in a local church plant.
John and Monica
John’s mission is to spread expository preaching in Southeast Asia, with the aim of setting up a training center that will be part of the Master’s Academy International. He is passionate about helping pastors and church leaders to understand and preach the Bible with accuracy and passion. A key way to fulfill the Great Commission is to teach believers to obey all that Christ has commanded. Sequential expository preaching is the best way to accomplish this.