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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.
Dave and Meredith Alexander and their four beautiful children, John, Josiah, Jacob and Ella are currently serving at Hospital Loma De Luz in Honduras. The Alexanders have an amazing testimony of Gods goodness and direction. They have been a part of the Frontline since Dave was a surgeon at LRMC from 2008 to 2013. Dave is now a general surgeon at Loma de Luz which provides quality medical care to the local Hondurans. Meredith is teaching at the hospital run bilingual school. John, Josiah, Jacob, and Ella have settled into life in Honduras and are thriving. They work with the mission organization Cornerstone Foundation. The goal: "The vision of Loma de Luz is one of a diverse community of Christian believers cooperating to provide medical care and a constant, present, on-going hearing of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of the north coast of Honduras. Contact Dave and Meredith via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.
They serve with Global Outreach. Information on how to support them can be found by CLICKING HERE.
Brad and Laurel are being used in Slovenia to reach youth with the Love of Christ and disciple the next generations of leaders in Maribor.
For more information about Josiah Venture and the Jenkins CLICK HERE.
Bruce and Mary Boeckel are a bilingual couple, that have been living and working in Germany for five years. Mary and Bruce are prepared to be effective church planters in Berlin. They aim to show the love of Christ to the English speaking, and international community in Berlin.
For more information about the Boeckel's CLICK HERE.
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.