Bethel Foreign Missions Foundation
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Jerry and Nola Witt started a mission in the mountains of Durango, Mexico in the early 60s. Jerry would fly his Cessna aircraft into the villages of the mountains around Durango and deliver the gospel to those who had never heard the Word. He literally gave his life delivering the Word of life to the Indians of central Mexico when his plane crashed in 1965. Shortly after his death, Frank Warren married Nola and fathered her three boys and had twins of their own, while continuing the work begun by her and Jerry. Frank went home to be with the Lord ten years ago and now our beloved Sister Nola has joined him. The members of Nola's family continue the work of many ministries there in Durango. After over 40 years, the work continues to thrive with a Bible School, Youth Camp programs and ministries in twenty churches throughout Mexico. Naki Theo, Sister Nola's son-in=law, now heads up the ministry, Witt-Warren Missionary Foundation. Please visit their web site at www.nolawarren.jimdo.com or contact Theo via e-mail at email@example.com
Jerry and Sandy Owens, Guatemala City, Guatemala and Quito, Ecuador
Jerry and Sandy began a work in Guatemala City in 1970 when they opened the New Life Evangelistic Center. The Center was a hub to reach thousands of souls through relevant training tools such as Christian literature, Christian films and videos, as well as preaching and teaching the Word of God in seminars and conferences. In 1987 the New Life Evangelistic Center was opened in Quito, Ecuador with the same vision. In Ecuador, the ministry also acts as a distributor and supplier to Ecuadorian Christian outlets as well as a major supplier of Sunday School material to local churches. This ministry is reaching the nations through Pastors/Leaders training and teaching seminars. It reaches well into Columbia and Peru with its widespread evangelistic efforts. You may contact Jerry and Sandy via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out Jerry preaching at Lincoln, IL in August by clicking here.
See the Owens latest newsletter here.
"Brother Joe" as he is so lovingly known by all who meet him is a retired pastor (and former two-term Mayor of Rockport, Indiana) who doesn't quite know the meaning of the word "retire." Joe continues to serve the Lord actively by being the Praise and Worship leader at Bethel Christian Center in Reo, Indiana. He takes numerous trips throughout the year to Haiti under the auspices of an independent ministry to minister to the nationals of Haiti. He builds, he fixes, he does just about everything anyone needs to meet the needs of Haitians, often at personal risk to his safety. Joe reaches the people of Haiti with his love and skills built through many years of experience to build churches, repair vehicles, construct roads and a myriad of other activities. His mission is definitely a sacrifice of love for the Lord and the people of Haiti. Contact Brother Joe at email@example.com and check out the mission work he does at www.missionsoflove.orgClick here: to see Brother Joe speak at the 2015 Fall BMA Conference about his mission work in Haiti.
Maurine Sweet, Culiacan, Mexico
Maurine has spent her entire adult life, since graduating from International Bible College in the 1970s, building and ministering to orphanage children in Culiacan, Mexico. Her dedicated love has seen countless children's needs met and won to the Kingdom of God. You can contact Maureen at firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to see Maurine's latest newsletter
Don and Teleka have served the Lord with Midwest Indian Mission since 1974. Don currently pastors Lake Lucerne Gospel Chapel as well as being Director. Teleka does all of the treasury work and is involved in the everyday operation of the mission. Contact them, visit their website and see their most recent newsletter by clicking here.
Ron & Christi have spent all of their adult lives ministering in foreign countries like England, the continent of Africa and next to India. They work through ShepherdShaper ministries and most recently at the Love Botswana Outreach Mission in Maun. Their ministry work has taken them to Egypt, Peru, Ecuador and South Dakota, and now they are focusing their efforts in Botswana. Contact them and visit their website by going to www.ShepherdShapers.com.
Steve and Cathy Mills, Lighthouse Outreaches, Africa and the Arabian Gulf
Steve and Cathy Mills have ministered for decades reaching the lost in the "20-40 window" of Africa. They now work with Lighthouse Outreaches to Africa and the Arabian Gulf. Contact them via email at email@example.com or check out their website at www.lighthouseoutreaches.net
You can also view their latest newsletter here: Off to Kuwait
Garry and Becky are serving the Lord with Southwest Navajo Indians in New Mexico. You can follow their work on the facebook site at: by clicking here.
Stephanie (formerly Merwin) Fast was an abandoned orphan herself, lost in South Korea and found and adopted by one of our first BMA Missionaries, David and Judy Merwin during their mission work in South Korea. Now, Stephanie, a mother and grandaughter, living in Oregon, is an internationally recognized speaker and outspoken advocate for world-wide orphan needs as well as an accomplished writer. Please check out her ministry at: www.stephaniefast.org
Lester and Peggy Seiler have served as missionary Bible teachers and mentoring national leaders since 1971. You can find out more about their missionary work by writing them at Worldwide Missionary Evangelism, Lester Seiler, Box 3262, Visalia, CA 93278 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out their facebook page at: by clicking here.
Jerry Rodriguez, Zapata, Texas, FRONTLINE MISSIONS|
Jerry and Connie Rodriguez have served as directors of Front Line Missions since the death of founder Jerry McSorerly in 2005. The work started as a missionary endeavor to Mexico, and wound up branching out to also include works in India and in the small border town of Zapata, Texas, along with other efforts in China and the Philippines. Works include Missions, Christian Schools, Orphanages, and Feeding Programs. You can find out more about their missionary work by writing them at Front Line Missions, P.O. Box 577, Zapata, Texas 78076 or email them at email@example.com or check out their website at: www.flmcentral.com by clicking here.
Michael, Mary Jo, Stacia and Brandon are currently serving in Okinawa and can be contacted by writing to Asian Access, PO Box 200, San Dimas, CA 91773 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check their web site at www.wilsonjournal.com.
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