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Lauren will be available for services December 2017 through April 2018.
Lauren directs Take5 Thailand, an initiative that enables church planting teams to reach university students through English teaching centers.Click to see profile »
The Contreras family will be available for services June 2017 through September 2018.
Gilbert & Virginia Contreras are about reaching, equipping, training and empowering tomorrow’s leaders to obey the Great Commission. They empower the local church to impact university students and professionals with God’s message of reconciliation, equip the future generation of Argentine pastors, and train Argentine missionaries before & after they go to the field—enabling them to be effective disciple makers wherever they are.Click to see profile »
The Gonzalez’ are available for services August 2017 through June 2017.
Juan Carlos and Colette have been in Japan since 1994 and work as church planters where they are involved with two already planted churches. Based on the island of Kyushu, the Gonzalez’ help the existing churches to reach out in evangelism to their areas, while they are currently pastoring Momochi Symphony Church.Click to see profile »
Karla and Jim are U.S. missionaries, serving in Southern California, working to prepare people for ministry. Karla and Jim, together, administrate the SoCal School of Ministry which is sponsored by the SoCal Network.Click to see profile »
The Tarrs will be available for services beginning January 2018 through May 2018.
Randy and Becky Tarr serve as the Area Director for West Africa for Assemblies of God World Missions. The Tarr’s have three son’s Luke, Nathan and Micah. From their base in Dakar, Senegal they are helping to promote an outreach to unreached people groups in West Africa. They also are involved with the Senegal Assemblies of God church in the area of preaching and teaching.Click to see profile »
The Woodworths will be available for services beginning October, 2017.
David and Margot Woodworth have been ministering in Colombia. Because of the low price of coffee on the international market and plagues afflicting the coffee plant, the 3 million people of the region have experienced difficult times. The Woodworths help plant churches and strengthen the existing ones in the region.Click to see profile »
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