Richard and Brenda Flemming
Richard and Brenda Flemming are missionaries to the Congo with Fellowship
International. Richard provides mission training through coaching Congolese Church
leaders, and churches. Richard and Brenda help to place mission structure, training for
missionaries and oversight for the successful completion of humanitarian projects.
Seth and Karen Hilliker
Seth and Karen Hilliker Serve in Colcord Oklahoma at New Life Ranch. Both Karen and Seth spend time discipling children and teens from the surround Cherokee reserve. Seth works as a full-time mechanic for the Ranch and uses the auto shop as a way to build relationships with the children and teens. Karen is also involved in counselling families and is actively teaching a Bible based curriculum in the alternative school. Seth and Karen also bond with the teens through the horses at the Ranch.
Biswajit Naskir works with Partners International India in the Sunderban Islands. Biswajit spends time visiting the sick and poor, running a children’s tutoring center, holding Bible studies, as well as shepherding two church plants.
Jacob and Margaret Huyer
Jacob and Margaret Huyer work for Global Outreach Mission facilitating short term mission’s projects. Jacob heads up construction projects all over the world. Margaret and Jacob also lead short term teams themselves.
“D” and “N”
“D” and “N” serve in Eastern Europe with Crossworld . They are currently starting a church plant and
building relationships with neighbors and students.
The “F” family
The “F” family serve in Eastern Europe with Crossworld Ministries. They are involved in church planting and discipleship as well as teaching in a local Bible College.
Brian and Linda
Brian and Linda serve in Chiang Mai, Thailand with OMF. They are involved with candidate processing, field orientation, and pastoral care of field missionaries for Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar and SW China. They also serve as church advisors for the Inter Tribal Church in Chiang Mai
Jack Chen works with Fellowship of Evangelical Baptists International with a program called Leaders For. Leaders For seeks to provide solid Biblical training to the many pastors and lay leaders who would otherwise not have access to training. He returns to India twice a year to help organize and train pastors and leaders in Bengal, India.
Scott and Tracy Blackburn
Scott and Tracy Blackburn work with iProjects in Peru. They have re-opened a children’s home called “La Buena Semilla.” Scott and Tracy work closely with the local government, providing permanent and transitional care for children and youth that are victims of family violence, abuse, or abandonment. Through mentoring, family modelling and biblical counselling, they work to provide a safe place where these youth can flourish.
Rod and Liesel Bartlett
Rod and Liesel Bartlett are Bible translators with Wycliffe. Rod directs the James Bay translation project in Canada, providing technical, practical and spiritual ministry so that Canada’s Aboriginal people can receive God’s Word in their own language. Rod and Liesel also are consulting & training for orality translation projects worldwide.
Don and Suzanne Harrison
Don and Suzanne Harrison started a ministry to truck stops called Open Roads Chapels. Open Roads Chapels is an evangelical, interdenominational organization. They have several "Meeting Places" at high profile truck stops across Canada equipped with a qualified chaplain.
Tim Bahula works with Association of Baptists for World Evangelism with Horizon International Schools. Tim overseas the design and development of Horizon’s curricula tailored to address the cultural needs and standards of its affiliates. He trains affiliate schools in curriculum design and course development and participates in the design and development of online professional and faculty development curricula.
Graham Bulmer works with Reach Beyond Ministries as the Director of Human Resources for Reach Beyond Canada. He is the International training pastor involved in training and discipling staff, ministry leaders, and partners. He is also in charge of processing new missions candidates.
Dan Shurr is Director of Communications for Fellowship International. His role includes recruitment, fundraising for Fellowship leaders and missionaries, networking, and raising prayer support in churches throughout the region. The Communications department is also responsible for all printed publications, events promotion, the Fellowship website, special projects, and Thrive magazine.
Carolyn Jespersen works in Northern Alberta with Northern Canada Evangelical Mission. She holds women’s Bible studies, leading women through an 8 week course on grief in her widow to widow groups, corresponds with those who are interested in knowing more about the Christian faith after watching Tribal Trails T.V. programs, and helps with First Nations camping programs.
Keith and Shawn Haddigate
Keith and Shawn Haddigate work at Camp Cherith. This Christian campground located in Walkerto, Ontario has been providing a quality Christian camp program for children and youth since 1954. Keith and Shawn help the various programs at Camp Cherith to run smoothly and work to point children to Christ.
Peter King is a chaplain at Toronto Pearson International Airport with the Fellowship Chaplaincy Service. Peter ministers to both passengers and airport employees through Bible Study, worship services, and one on one contact and care. Peter leads a team of Chaplains who lead services every weekday in Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 of Pearson International Airport.
Martin Lamb is the Director of Public Relations with Ethnos Canada. He brings the needs of Tribal Church Planting to Canadian churches.
Mark and Karen Naylor
Mark and Karen Naylor work with FEB Central. Mark is the Coordinator of International Leadership Development as well as a Supervisor of a Bible Translation Project in Pakistan for Sindhi speakers. Mark visits Pakistan twice a year as the supervisor and primary exegete of the project.
R is Executive Director and founder of Empower Ministries. R travels the globe meeting the vibrant national church planting ministries in places like China, Burma, India, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Egypt, Syria, Laos, and Vietnam. He learns how he can equip these churches to do the work they are already doing then connects their need with the resources of the Canadian church. R seeks to come alongside of the God-raised leadership in these areas and help with Bible training, intense discipleship and by providing Bibles.
Anthony and Shawna Myers
Anthony and Shawna Myers work with Teen Missions in Florida. Anthony serves in the Print Shop and Maintenance departments. Shawna serves as secretary to the Director. Together, they also coordinate the Peanut Kids Camp and lead short term teams overseas.
Ben and Krista Taylor
Ben and Krista Taylor serve in Poland with Fellowship International. They are currently working alongside a Polish church to reach the over 100,000 university students in Wroclaw, Poland for Christ. Much of their ministry revolves around a student center in Wroclaw Poland. Ben focuses much of his energy on challenging the boys in the student center to go deeper in Bible reading and Christian character. He mentors several young men, most of whom have no Father or good role models in their lives. Krista started an online Bible study with the student girls using one of the books in the “Love God Greatly” series. A series in which she has been part of a team of translators
Michal and Sylwia Skiba
Michal and Sylwia Skiba are Polish nationals working with Josiah Venture to reach the youth of Poland with the hope of Jesus. Michal works with the Josiah Venture camp and conference centre to organize summer camps and retreats. Michal’s role is to lead and support the various teams at Josiah Venture, helping them stay faithful to their mission: To equip young leaders to fulfill Christ’s commission through the local church.
Evynn and Micheal Schlender
Evynn and Micheal Schlender work with YWAM in Madison Wisconsin. They are dorm parents of a campus ministry house, where work to build relationships with the international and local students that reside there. They hold Bible studies and organize events. Eventually they will move to Australia where they will partner with YWAM to train missionaries for Papua New Guinea.
Rupamari Tutoring Centre
Rupamari Tutoring Centre is a located in West Bengal. The children at this center are sponsored by individuals in our congregation and given help with their school work as well as healthy meals and nutritious snacks. There are currently around 55 children attending the tutoring centre.
Steve and Tara Regnault
Steve and Tara Regnault work in Nepal with Global Outreach Mission. Steve and Tara partner with 16 churches in Northern Nepal. They support rural pastors with solid teaching and practical help. They organize groups of pastors as itinerant preachers in order to reach the more remote villages. Steve has a DVD ministry in which he systematically teaches through the Bible in a five year leader’s training cycle. Steve also runs a Bible school for the local pastors with a 4 month training module and 1 month practicum involving local outreach and ministry.
David and Rose Prince
David and Rose Prince are missionaries in Madrid, Spain with Team. Dave and Rose desire to lead people to follow Jesus and passionately love him. They work to do this through a relational and transformational ministry. They are committed to seeing a church started through small groups, showing the love and caring community which is essential in a body of believers
Gus and Shikha Peters
Gus and Shikha Peters oversee a ministry called Sahyogita, which works in some of the poorest areas of West Bengal, India. Sahyogita provides tutoring centres, vocational training, and worship services. They help to keep vulnerable women from human trafficking by giving them an employable skill. They are also involved in church planting and currently have a congregation of 15 people.
Jim and Carmen Orr
Jim and Carmen Orr serve in Brazil with Pioneers. Jim and Carmen’s mission is to reach young people and children in Cananeia , Brazil, to whom moral values and spiritual truth have not been taught. They do so by running a community outreach centre where children and teenagers can come to play sports, learn crafts and pottery, attend VBS programs and hear a Bible lesson at every sporting event. Jim builds relationships with local men by leading mountain climbing expeditions. Carmen leads Bible studies and community outreaches to the women in their community as well.
Brent and Helena Mudde
Brent and Helena Mudde serve in Angola with Missionary Aviation Fellowship. Brent helps to offer safe and efficient travel for church and humanitarian workers involved in helping a generation of Angolans recover from civil war that lasted from 1975-2002. He helped make a clean water system for the Mukwando people, oversees building of new projects, and takes care of technical equipment when other ministries have problems. Helena teaches children at the Missionary School.
Don and Ruth Manta
Don and Ruth Manta work with International Students Inc. in Buffalo New York. They provide weekly meals, facilitate group activities, help international students with moving into their apartments as well as offer English practice and application. They build relationships and earn the right to speak the gospel into the lives of the students they work with.
Lukasz and Jola Kropisz
Lukasz and Jola Kropisz are Polish nationals serving with Josiah Venture Poland. On both the board of Fala and on the executive team,Lukasz helps to manage the Fala arm of Josiah Venture,overseeing most of what Josiah Venture does in Poland. Jola works as the office manager at the Fala office.
Ste. Jerome church plant
Ste. Jerome church plant in Ste. Jerome Quebec with the Fellowship. Nearly 170 000 people live in this region and very few of them have heard of the Gospel of Christ: less than 0.5% of them call themselves Evangelical, all denominations combined.
Anthony Rauws works as a chaplain with Open Road Chapels. He makes himself available at truck stops
using the for those who are interested in having a conversation, asking questions about the Bible or
stopping by for prayer at one of the "Meeting Places" placed at high profile truck stops across Canada.
The Barrie Pregnancy Resource Centre
The Barrie Pregnancy Resource Centre provides support and assistance to anyone facing unplanned pregnancy or pregnancy related difficulty. BPRC is a non-profit, charitable organization, supported by individuals, businesses and churches.
Hanni Muhtar serves as International Coordinator for LeadersFor, Fellowship International's indigenous leadership training ministry, providing training and leadership development of leaders in countries in Central America, Asia, and Africa.
Richard and Brenda Flemming
Richard and Brenda Flemming serve part time in the Congo with the Fellowship. Richard serves as the Regional director of FEB Central, as well as maintaining a work in the Congo with his wife, Brenda. Their work consists of assisting church associations as they put into place their own mission sending and missionary training structures. While the majority of their work presently is in the Congo, their vision is to see this extend to other church groups throughout Central Francophone Africa.
David Busby Street Centre
David Busby Street Centre is a community not-for-profit organization working from a non judgmental approach to advocate for and improve conditions for individuals and families within the County of Simcoe who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The Barrie Food Bank
The Barrie Food Bank seeks to provide temporary food relief to individuals and families of our community who are in need, and to serve as a resource to guide them along the road to self sufficiency.