Central America and Caribbean

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Gretchen and Wilmer (McMullen)-Sanchez

Gretchen and Wilmer met in 2014 during Gretchen’s first trip to Nicaragua and were married in December of 2015. Wilmer has lived in Los Rincones, a neighborhood outside of Masatepe, Nicaragua his entire life. Gretchen was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and spent five years living in Kernersville, North... Read More →

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Rigo and Crysti Andino

Rigo and Crysti and their family serve the people of Honduras. Rigo has been trained in water well digging and Crysti helps to train nurses.

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Rodney and Laura Andrew

Rodney & Laura both grew up in the metro-Atlanta area.  They were married in 2004 and have two daughters, Stella & Annabelle. Having both gone through recovery in their early adult years they both knew that God would use their pasts to minister to other broken people and use that... Read More →

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Estelle Barnett

Every day scores of students enter the El Camino classrooms ready to learn, be changed, and see the love of God in tangible ways. This is where Estelle Barnett serves as a Kindergarten and Preschool teacher and administrator. El Camino is a Christian Bilingual School for Honduran students located on... Read More →

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Julia Barnett

Julia Barnett is called to serve The Lord through education and discipleship among the impoverished people along the North shore of Honduras with The Cornerstone Foundation at El Camino Bilingual School and Hospital Loma de Luz in Honduras. Julia has served there since 2008 when she started doing ESL and... Read More →

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Kevin and Tracy Bolin

Kevin, Tracy, Lauren and Ashley moved to Haiti in 2011 in order to open a Christian radio station and a library. In 2014 we started Future Hope Inc. in order to make an impact on lives both spiritually and physically. Future Hope currently has 18 Haitian members.  We train them in... Read More →

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Keith Britton

Keith works with children at risk and very poor families in two barrios near San Jose. Hes also the Director at a mens re-hab center, 1 hour from San Jose. He has an average of 12 addicts living at the center for 6 months, mostly learning how in Faith, God can take... Read More →

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Ryan Burger

I am serving with Global Community Outreach in Guatemala. Our mission is to aid in the spiritual and physical needs of Gods people in Guatemala through discipleship, distribution of nutritious meals, clean and safe water, provisioning of healthy living environments, and education. We have feeding programs in Guatemala using “Kids... Read More →

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Clifford and Rebecca Cal

Clifford and Rebecca serve together in the southern district of Belize: Toledo. They have a heart to help people see the power of lives changed by Jesus Christ through discipleship. Rebecca served here from 2002 to 2013 as a single missionary. During the first six years her primary focus was... Read More →

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Pierre and Natalie Charlotin

Pierre Richard and Natalie Charlotin met as missionaries in Haiti, in 2005.  Pierre Richard is a native Haitian, born and raised in St. Marc.  He served as a full time missionary in Haiti for seven years.  Pierre has the gift of preaching and teaching.  Natalie has been traveling to Haiti... Read More →

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Joel and Chantal Cliche

It has taken seven years for the missionary heart that the Cliche family has to become a reality. They are so excited about the vision and heart that God has given them for the orphan in Latin America. Specifically, the Cliche family is passionate about teaching orphaned children, their identity... Read More →

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Aaron and Ashley Coffey

Aaron and Ashley both grew up in Shreveport, LA. They met in college at East Texas Baptist University and were married in 2005. After graduation, they both moved to Fort Worth, TX where Aaron got his seminary degree and Ashley taught in the public school system as a music teacher.... Read More →

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Michael and Alecia Corbin

The Corbin family has been serving in missions since God called them into full-time ministry to marriages and families in 2008.  Since 2015, they have been living in Siguatepeque, Honduras, where they reach out to Honduran children and families in a variety of ways. Much of their ministry focuses on... Read More →

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Erin Cottos

Erin will be working as a physical therapist at Holy Spirit Clinic in Haiti. Erins goal as a therapist will be to provide free therapy to all in need. She wants to help establish a sustainable rehabilitation clinic in Haiti supported and maintained by local Haitians. Erin was forever changed... Read More →

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Gordon and Debbie Crandell

Gordon and Debbie both accepted Christ in 1972 and were married in 1976. They have three grown children and seven grandchildren. Gordon served in pastoral care from 1981-1984 in a lay position, and later served as an elder from 2000-2003 with oversight responsibilities for foreign missions at Community Bible Church... Read More →

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Nathanael and Spring Davis

The Davis family serves with Deaf in Orange Walk town Belize. Their journey to missions started when Nathanael wanted to share the gospel with a Deaf friend. He began to work on sign language, becoming a sign language interpreter. Both Nathanael and Spring have felt a calling to work with... Read More →

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Michael and Noribette Day

Mike & Noribette Day have been involved in missions for over 20 years. They have four children; a daughter who was recently married, and three boys. For the past ten plus years the Days have been primarily involved with the Awana Clubs program. They were instrumental in developing the Awana... Read More →

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Yanic Etienne

Serving in a 3rd world country was never on Yanic life’s itinerary, though she kept feeling the Lords unction for ministry, never did she imagined it would be this! However, while serving in Haiti in the summer of 2015, He changed everything! Proverbs 16:9 states, “a man’s heart plans his... Read More →

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Samuel and Sara Evans

Samuel is a Haitian native who was adopted by a Christian family in Washington State at the age of eight. He was one of ten children this couple raised. It was 11 years before he finally returned to Haiti following the devastating 2010 earthquake. On that trip, God renewed in... Read More →