Steve and Noit Hyde in Cambodia
Steve went to Cambodia as a “twenty something” with a degree in computer science after being raised by missionary parents in the Philippines. Steve is married to Noit who survived the Khmer Rouge massacre that killed a third of the population. They are planting churches, providing leadership training in Cambodia, Viet Nam and the Philippines, translating the Bible and doing publishing. Visit Steve's website at www.asiaforjesus.org.
Sylvanus & Meenu Tamang
Impacting young people with the truth of God in the Himalays. Their heart is for new, young, kingdom minded leaders to be raised up, so that they can see this generation released into their full potential.
Imparting Smiles desire and commitment is to create opportunities for impoverished children. We want to go beyond just providing enough food to eat, clean water to drink and a place to live. It is our goal to give them a strong education so that each of them can have the chance to make a better future for themselves, their families and their villages.
Warren Groves - YWAM Kona Hawaii
Warren is working with team leaders to train them in developing good team dynamics as well as identifying and working on individual pastoral issues so that everyone going out in the missionary field is healthy. One of our goals in this aspect of training is to prepare them to overcome the common major issues missionaries encounter so that they can succeed and thrive with a sense of purpose and adventure.
Jesse & Soar McCaul –Cambodia Outreach
Jesse McCaul went to Cambodia as a seventeen year-old youth when his parents pulled him out of his senior year in high school to respond to the call of God as missionaries. Jesse was not exactly thrilled about going, but submitted. Well, God works in mysterious ways! Jesse is now the senior pastor of what some say is the largest church in Cambodia, more than 1,000 in attendance, in Phnom Penh with more than sixty churches planted in provincial villages. He is married to Soar, a native Cambodian. They have one daughter, Jessica. Find out more at www.cambodiaoutreach.org.
Chuck and Cynde McCaul in Cambodia
Chuck and Cynde spent years raising up a great church and ministry in Cambodia and then turned it over to their son Jesse when they returned to the States for a season. In the fall of 2011, they returned to Cambodia to assist both his son Jesse and Steve Hyde as well as pursuing opportunities the Holy Spirit brings to them. So, they are mentoring leaders and working on church planting in addition to the assistance they offer to ministries there.
David Hogan in Mexico
David Hogan and his team have been working for years to reach people in the mountains of Mexico with the Gospel. They are going where few dare to go and there is much opposition and real danger, yet they fearlessly continue to take the Gospel there and refuse to be deterred from the call.
Raluca Farcus - SOWM Student (Republic of Moldova)
Raluca has been working in Balti, Moldova, since 2009 and has been helping a church ministry there called the Light of the World. She is running a discipleship program for college students and orphaned girls who have to leave because they are over eighteen. These young adults are all housed at the church facility where Raluca lives as well. In addition, Raluca helps coordinate summer outreaches to local villages, does spiritual growth retreats and helps run outreaches to the poor.
Mathew & Angel Meagher - Jesus Way International
The Meagher's started 'The Jesus Way' in 1998 in Hyberdad, India. By meeting the practical needs of the poor, underprivleged and outcast of India, it gives them the opportunity not only to improve the overall standard of life of these children, (breaking the cycle of poverty and illiteracy) but to share with them the Gospel and His unfailing Love!
Carol Law - Gangtok, India
GT has partnered with Silvanus and Meenu (Joshua Himalayas) in building a boarding school in Ganktok, India. Carol has moved there to be a teacher when the school is complete.