• Rev. Keith & denise Krebs - Bahrain

    Patients and staff at American Mission Hospital need spiritual encouragement. The senior pastor of the English language congregation of the National Evangelical Church in Bahrain needs assistance in ministering with Christians of many races, nationalities, and denominational backgrounds. Keith Krebs serves as chaplain at American Mission Hospital. He also serves as the assistant pastor of the English language congregation of the National Evangelical Church.


    Keith serves in partnership with the National Evangelical Church and the American Mission Hospital.

  • dR. bERNARDETH & rEV. aDRIAN bOBB-kELLY - Nicaragua

    The east coast of Nicaragua is the poorest area of an already poor country. That's where Dr. Bernardeth Kelly Bent and Pastor Adrián Bobb provide public health and medical services, as well as spiritual and pastoral education, to the population. The Bobb-Kellys work with the Institute of Social Development of the Moravian Church (ADSIM), an RCA mission partner. They have two children, Abebja and Abayomi. Abebja is currently a student at Northwestern College.


    Adrián and Bernardeth serve in partnership with the Moravian Church in Nicaragua.

  • JP & Katy SUNDARARAJAN - India

    John Paul (JP) Sundararajan serves as the India-Asia director for Audio Scripture Ministries, which works with national organizations around the world to produce and distribute audio recordings of God's Word in a variety of languages. In India alone, more than 1,600 languages are spoken. Audio Scriptures give people access to the Bible in their own language, even when written translations aren’t available or the people are illiterate. JP travels in and around India and other parts of Asia, helping local organizations with audio Scriptures. He also spends time in North America, promoting Audio Scriptures' work and building bridges between the cultures. He is married to Katy. They have a daughter, Leila Ruth, and a son, Reuben Alagar.

  • Chuck & Jean Van Engen - Central & South America

    Unprecedented growth among the Protestant churches in Latin America has created an urgent need for leaders who can mentor other leaders, disciple new believers, help transform society, and engage in cross-cultural mission. The Latin American Leadership Development Program (LALDP), a multinational and multi-denominational community of Latin American scholars, churches, and educational institutions, helps meet the need for advanced theological education in Spanish and Portuguese. This four-year doctoral program, which is directed and taught by Latin Americans, serves Latin American churches, missions, seminaries, and Bible schools. Chuck Van Engen, who was instrumental in starting the program, serves as president of Latin American Christian Ministries. His wife, Jean, is accountant and chief financial officer for the LALDP.

    Chuck and Jean serve in partnership with the Evangelical University of the Americas and Latin American Christian Ministries, Inc.

  • Caleb & Joanna Swart - Tanzania

    Caleb and Joanna Swart serve on the leadership team of Training In Mission Outreach (TIMO). TIMO is an Africa Inland Mission program that prepares new mission personnel for the cross-cultural work of sharing the gospel with people groups who haven’t heard it before. Caleb manages employees and maintains government relations from TIMO headquarters. He also offers logistical support to TIMO teams as they prepare to minister in a new area, helping arrange things like housing and vehicles. Joanna provides support to the families of TIMO team members and serves as a medical resource for teams.


    Check out Joanna's blog.

  • Rev. Calvin Ver Mulm - Sioux Falls, SD

    The Center of Hope exists to share the hope and peace we have in Jesus, physically and spiritually. We do that by providing spiritual and social service help those who find themselves in difficult life situations in the Sioux Falls community. Center of Hope is "a front-line ministry that meets people right where they are."


    Calvin Ver Mulm has answered God's call to be pastor of Center of Hope. Working alongside the staff of Center of Hope are dedicated volunteers from area churches. As Sioux Falls has a large Native American population, nearly 40 percent of Center of Hope visitors are Native Americans, many of whom are deeply involved in the center's ministries.