Missionaries we support

At Frontline, we support several missionaries. We take seriously Jesus' command to take the gospel to the ends of the earth.

  • Andrej and Nina Lovse

    Andrej and Nina met in their hometown of Maribor, Slovenia. Nina was the first to accept Christ as a result of missionaries sharing the Gospel outside her high school. A few years later Andrej accepted Christ and left medical school to pursue Biblical studies.  

    For more information about their missions click here.

  • Darryl & Debra Evetts

    Church Planting Recruiter & Coach with Catalyst International Church Planting

    Darryl works with the International Baptist Convention as a Church Planting recruiter and coach with their Catalyst ministry. He seeks to raise up and mentor future church planters, specifically those who feel led to plant English speaking churches around the world.

    Find out more on their Facebook page by clicking here. Darryl can be contacted via e-mail as well by clicking here.

  • Jessie and Craig Crabtree

    Jessie is the Kaiserslautern Team Lead for a women’s support ministry in Germany. She and other women on her team go into local brothels sharing the love of Christ with the women who work there, encouraging them, and helping them to leave if they choose. Jessie is an Air Force veteran and has a passion for sharing the Gospel and counseling those in need. She is here in Germany with her husband, Craig who is stationed here with the Air Force and their two children, Gordon and Ellie. For more information on the ministry non-profit that she works with, please click here.

  • Rodrigo & Annalena Assis da Silva

    Rodrigo serves as director of All4Aid, a ministry founded during his term as pastor at Multination Church in Frankfurt to work with and alongside refugees in places like Cyprus, Romania (Ukrainian refugees) and the Greek island of Lesvos, while still maintaining a central office in Frankfurt. Following a missional approach based on 1 Peter 3:15, All4Aid provides displaced people with access to housing, food, clothing, shower and laundry facilities, as well as other key services and activities that are intentionally designed to signal Jesus’ love to refugees and allow the beginning of friendships leading to Gospel conversations.For more information about Rodrigo and his ministry, please visit: https://all4aid.org/rodrigo/