Jeff and Sissy D'Jernes
Jeff and Sissy were sent by Trinity Church to serve the Wycliffe Bible Translators in
Papua, New Guinea. They are involved in translating and equipping
Bible translation around the world.
Contact: / _djernes@sil,org
Debbie is on staff with International Student Fellowship working with international
students in colleges and universities in Greensboro.
Stirling and Donna Foster
Stirling and Donna serve with SIM in Angola, Africa where they use community
development as a tool for church planting among nomadic people groups.
Keith is the founding President of Alaska Christian College Soldotna, Alaska
started in 2000. He has served as an ordained Covenant pastor for over 20 years.
Martinez and Emma Jovan
Martinez is the Founder and Superintendent for multiple churches in Haiti.
Emma, a retired nurse, provides job training for young women and
together, they run an orphanage for children.
Alberto and Minervia Leiva
Alberto serves as National Head of Youth for Christ in Esteli, Nicaragua in youth
evangelism and local church support ministries.
Alynne serves with Science with a Mission providing low cost, low tech medical
diagnostic tools for medical missionaries.
Murli and Usha Menon
Murli and Usha impact Indian Culture through evangelism, national
pastor training, and relief work. They serve with Impact of Hope International.
Nick and Mia Mikhaluk
Nick and Mia are involved with evangelism, training national pastors, and
church planting with Partnerships International in the Ukraine.
Lee and Kitty Purgason
Lee serves as support staff with Frontier Ventures, a mission strategy
and equipping organization.
Tim and Helen Smith
Tim and Helen work with the Evangelical Covenant Church in the Congo with a
special focus on discipleship and education ministries.
Aaron and Anna Stokes
Aaron is the Executive Director of YFC Greensboro, a ministry that reaches
middle school and high school students with the gospel message
in the surrounding area.
Sasha and Natasha Tsutserov
Sasha and Natasha work with the Mission One Society and Moscow Evangelical
Seminary in training national pastors for the former Soviet Union.