Ron and Edna Juran serve a diverse range of ministries in Belize, including several churches, a pregnancy center, and a drug rehab halfway house.
Cristina Peña returned to her native home in Santo Domingo and started a church, in the living room of her old home, which has now grown to more than 300 adults and children.
Rhayna was sent to Pastora Cristina’s church in the DR in 2008, and she serves as a leader in the church as well as the Logistics Coordinator for Operation Blessing.
Romeo and Glennis Smith returned to their native homeland of Guyana to start a ministry home for street children, so that they could be raised in a loving and godly environment.
Guyana - Tiger Bay
Beverly Roberts returned to her native homeland of Georgetown, Guyana, and began a breakfast program for the at-risk and disadvantaged children in Tiger Bay.
Patricia moved to India to train and disciple Indian students in reaching out to India’s large concentration of international students.
Bonite Affriany returned to her native homeland of Jacmel, Haiti, originally to build a children’s food program, but it quickly expanded into a church with several hundred members and a community center that provides vocational/humanitarian services.
Moffat and Rosemary Phiri began a church in their home in 2001 that has since grown to more than 500 members. The ministry now includes many community outreaches, including a learning center, a medical clinic, and a community care center.
Marsha was sent to the Kurdish areas of the Middle East to share the love of Jesus in word and action.
David and Linda serve the Persecuted Church in a "restricted nation" region that is hostile and suspicious of followers of Jesus.
Mark and Gail McKeller felt a call to go to Arizona to minister to the Navajo people. They joined a Navajo Nation church and serve as youth and young adult pastors as well as directors for annual Reservation-wide children and youth camps.
Alland and Marilyn Ildefonso returned to Marilyn’s hometown in Pila, Philippines, to do outreaches that resulted in a church plant where more than 100 adults and children worship. The ministry also has humanitarian outreaches (food and prison ministry).
Port Au Prince, Haiti
Elsie Lherisson returned to her native homeland of Haiti to start a children's ministry in the capital city of Port-au-Prince. The ministry has served the spiritual and physical needs of more than a thousand children and young people since 1996.
Linda Smith is a photojournalist by trade, and she founded a ministry in Rwanda that provides Vocational Training, Bible Studies and Mentorship for orphans and young people.