Quick Update from some of the missionaries we support

Natalie Suff – South America Mission

Originally from the UK, Natalie now lives and serves in the city of Santa Cruz in central Bolivia. After being saved out of paganism and the occult she now has a passion to work alongside the sizeable animist populations in South America. It is her hope to reach those involved in ritualistic practices, sharing the Good News and her own testimony.

She is currently involved in Prison Ministry, offering friendship and discipleship to incarcerated women, as well as being MCF (Member Care Facilitator), overseeing the welfare of other missionaries in the team.

https://www.give.net/20243326


Carl Kerby – reasonsforhope

Carl is the President and a founder of Reasons for Hope. An inspiring and motivating Christian speaker with more than 20 years ministry experience, Carl shares his extensive knowledge and understanding of God’s creation in his talks.

Reasons for Hope is a non-profit organisation launched in 2009, dedicated to presenting, proclaiming and defending the biblical worldview through bold public speaking, educational and entertaining videos, and online education.

The Reasons for Hope YouTube channel is regularly updated with resources from Carl and his team. They also host deBUNKED TV Apologetics – ‘ deBUNKED videos are produced to quickly and humorously (but not exhaustively) answer skeptics’ questions, challenge anti-biblical assertions, address misunderstandings, and defend the biblical worldview…with gentleness and respect, of course’

https://www.rforh.com/

https://getdebunked.org

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5byq8T9JS786asIHxpgI2A

 

 

 


Steve and Gerdine Stanley – New Tribes Mission

Steve is from the UK.  He became a Christian at university whilst studying aeronautical engineering when he was 18.  Becoming a Chrstian at Uni set him on a different path from what he had been walking in, he joined the Open Air Mission as a trainee evangelist upon graduating rather than pursuing engineering.
Steve was challenged by the needs of unreached people through reading the Bible and went to a short term exposure trip in Papua New Guinea in January 2010.  Being amongst tribal believers made a big impact on him and he decided to join New Tribes Mission in order to join the work in PNG.

Gerdine is from the Netherlands.  She also became a Christian whilst studying for a nursing bachelors at age 18.  She enjoyed working as a nurse after graduating and being a part of her Church in Eindhoven for 2 years before leaving for England.  For a long time she had had the desire to spend time in England; and she also wanted a Biblically education.  Googling “Bijbel school engeland” resulted in her joining up for the first year of NTM training with the intention of getting to know the Bible and returning to Eindhoven.

http://reachkovol.com/

https://nederland.ntm.org/missionaries/steve-en-gerdine-stanley


Timothy Coomar – Exarcheia Church, Athens, Greece

He works for Exarcheia Church in Athens, Greece focusing on church planting.

 

 


Yossi Ovadia – The Way Congregation, Karmiel, Israel

I was born in 1960 in Haifa, Israel to a traditional Jewish religious family (Masoraty). My father worked in the Rabbinate (the state’s official Jewish religion authority), as a circumciser (Mohel), a cantor and a Bar Mitzvah teacher, etc.

In 1983, after nine months of searching and being exposed to the messianic belief, I came to faith and joined the local congregation in Haifa. The way begins.

After I came to know the Lord, I continued living at my parent’s house—even though my father stopped talking to me when he understood in whom I believe. I taught the children and youth in the congregation and at some national events. In conjunction with my congregational involvement, I went to a practical-engineering college. I was also involved in the Messianic Students Organization in Israel (I was the chairman in 1985 and 1986)….

http://www.kehilathaderech.org/yossis-profile/

http://www.cjfm.org/about-us/intl-representatives/yossi-ovadia/biography/


Laura Dun

Laura spent many years in Burkina Faso, and has been based back in the UK since August 2008. She works mainly on a series of guides/commentaries to help translators in Francophone Africa who need to translate into their mother tongues. There is a huge need for more resources in French. She spends some of her time in Tenerife, where her very elderly mother is in a care home.