Christian and Marcie Dedrick
With love and respect Christian and Marcie are inviting all Muslims to follow Jesus in Asia Minor. Through tourism and kids clubs, gymnastics and English classes, they're sharing the love of God. Please join them in praying for a movement of people that follow Jesus in love and obedience.
Joe and Sarah Gober
Joe and Sarah have been part of CFC since 1991. They served overseas with Pioneers in Central Asia on a church planting team for a number of years. Since 2012 they have been in Orlando where Joe serves as the V.P. of Mobilization for Pioneers USA. Pioneers is a church planting organization that sends missionaries to the most spiritually needy places in the world. Their current role is leading the mobilization efforts in the US. This involves casting vision for missions around the US, recruiting, training and sending missionaries to the unreached, focusing on places that are less than 2% Christian. Their team of 30 is made up of missions coaches, two short term programs and a group of long term coaches. Each year they have the privilege of seeing over 100 people going on short term trips to explore their fit in the Great Commission and over 200 a year moving forward in long-term missions to the unreached. They have 2 boys, Ezra and Eli who Sarah is homeschooling. Their passion is to see God glorified by raising and sending laborers to the harvest field.
This family serves at their ministry's Middle East / North Africa headquarters in France, frequently traveling into closed countries in support of Arab-Christian workers, volunteers and disciples. They are seeing unprecedented numbers of people coming to faith in Christ through ministry to university students, among professionals, in the planting of new churches, and online.
Abraham trains and equips dozens of pastors throughout India. God has used him and these pastors to reach thousands with the Gospel, discipling them and planting churches.
Glenn and Carole Kleinknecht
Glenn & Carole serve with the New York inner-city ministry of Cru (formerly Here's Life Inner City). They have the great privilege of going alongside gifted inner-city ministry leaders as they present and represent Christ to the poor. They serve and mobilize these caring churches to connect effectively with the needy and see lives and communities changed.
Noel and Patricia Miller
Noel and Patricia Miller serve at Evangelical Christian Academy in Madrid, Spain. Their primary ministry roles are to teach English, disciple young people, and to engage and love their Spanish neighbors. They have two young children who attend the public school in their community and are learning Spanish and building friendships. They are excited to serve in Spain as a family and to represent CFC across the ocean. You can learn more about the Millers and their ministry HERE.
Teila Pitts has served on staff with CRU (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) for nearly 17 years. Her current role is equipping, training, sending and caring for short term and long term missionaries on the field from the states of GA, FL, and MS. She coaches new staff and invests in staff on the field in the US and overseas. Her role is to care for CRU staff so that the Gospel goes forth to the nations.
H&A met and married while serving in Central Asia and their main focus is the unreached. Through various media projects, H films and edits messages of the Good News that are going forth into unreached areas. Creating culturally relevant media is a tedious process of researching customs of different people groups, working hand in hand with other missionaries, and editing in various languages. H has taken on additional media projects in the last few years helping to further kingdom work in other SE Asian countries. In this season of ministry, the Lord has brought along many university students into H&A's path of whom they serve through bible study, fellowship, and a Sunday English service for those who do not speak the local language. H&A have two little ones who are a joy to raise up in the Lord and see how God uses them to open doors to speak His love and truth.
One of CFC's areas of emphasis is Uganda. CFC took its first short term trip to Uganda in 1989 and we have been going ever since. We work with and support the Ssentumbwe family who are Ugandan nationals. Our work with consists of ministry in prisons, orphanages and schools. Recently we began working and adopted a school in Rakai, Uganda. The school is called Hope for Uganda. Already we have been able to provide clean water, latrines, a classroom building and a girl's dorm for those girls that need to stay on site.
Taylors depend on the Lord for the provision of their daily life and ministry. Teams of churches and individuals partner together with each worker to provide their necessary prayer support, salary, and work expenses. You can become a vital part of initiating church-planting movements among the unreached by becoming a faithful supporter.