|Don & Jacquie Cartledge
(firstname.lastname@example.org) have been missionaries in Central and South America since 1984. They are currently based in San José, Costa Rica as directors of the Missionary Training Center for Language and Cultural Studies (CINCEL) of the Assemblies of God.
|David & Debbie Barthalow (email@example.com)
are missionaries in Kenya. They have assisted with adding an irrigation system, school, and clinic. They also constructed a tabernacle in Burundi. After their itineration, the Barthalows will be leaving Kenya and traveling to Tanzania to minister there.
|Keith & Christi Jones
are missionaries to the Middle East. They teach several discipleship classes to help strengthen the churches in the area.
|Richard & Sandee Farthing (firstname.lastname@example.org)
are veteran missionaries in Bolivia. They minister in back country to the Guarani Indians where they construct and establish churches. They also over see a Bible school, orphanage, and a women’s prison ministry.
|Rod & Sherry Boyd (email@example.com)
are missionaries to Panama. They direct the Resource and Advisory Center that serves the 900 Bible schools and extensions in the 19 Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. They also work heavily in Bible and children’s education in Latin America.
|Gary & Peggy Pyatt
are missionaries to Jamaica. Peggy is a Registered Nurse and will be leading HealthCare Teams doing outreaches and testing for HIV/AIDS across the Island.
|Lloyd & Ana Maria Marsh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
minister in Venezuela. They built a church there and started Master’s Commission with the young people form their local church.
|Dustin & Natalie Barthalow
are missionaries in Thailand. They have been involved in a wide variety of ministries, including a long tenure in Bangladesh.
|Kelly & Cyndi Robinette (email@example.com)
are ministering in Cambodia. They are currently directors of the National Bible College, directors of a K-12 Christian school, and mentor national pastors.
| Terry & Julie Bell
are missionaries to Panama. They are involved in remote church planting and construction. They also created a prison ministry.
| Ricky and Carol Hendon
are at home for their year of itineration. They will be returning to Ecuador as Appointed Missionaries, where they served the past three years as Missionary Associates. God is doing some amazing things in the jungles of Ecuador. They are excited about returning and continuing the work among the Shuar Nation.
|Mike & Cindy King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
are missionary associates. Mike coordinates and leads missions teams predominately to remote locations for the purpose of constructing churches, schools, and ministry buildings.
|Richard & Hope Stewart
are currently working in leadership and church ministry among the Native American churches on the seven Indian reservations in Montana.
Joil and Leah Marbut
| Jack and Delores Simon (email@example.com)
were appointed as Assembly of God World Missionaries in 1997 and arrived in Colombia in 2000. They have travelled all over the country doing evangelistic crusades and Holy Spirit Impacts, have planted churches in the state of Boyacá, and Jack also serves as the Executive Director of Teen Challenge Colombia
|Matthew and Jacki Drane
(MatthewDrane@usmissions.org) are missionaries and founders of Chi Alpha campus ministries at the University of Memphis. They are excited to grow the new branch of Chi Alpha in Memphis and change lives on their college campus.
Abe and Blair Sobczak (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Charles and Laurie Lester
are missionaries within Chi Alpha at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee.
| Matt and Blair Roelandts
are missionaries currently ministering in India.
|James and Delrae Wiseman
are full-time missionaries who have been working in Guatemala since 1995. They are currently ministering to the K’ekchi’ Maya people group in the Alta Verapaz region of the country.
Mary Beth King
|Justin and Jessica Lattus (email@example.com)
The Lattuses explain: “God called us to abandon our non-Pentecostal upbringing, our professional careers, and the lives that we had created in order to go and serve Him in the mission fields of Liberia, West Africa. We desire to use implement best practices and CHE (community health evangelism) in order to integrate discipleship and evangelism with community based development project such as (improving health, water potability, increased agricultural development, establishing churches, etc).”
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