MissionariesGlobal National Local
Jim and Terri Hale – Young Life Europe
Jim and Terri work in Eastern European countries to train and mentor indigenous young Christian adults to develop meaningful and supportive Christian relationships with teenage kids while developing and delivering Young Life ministries programs.
Autumn Pendergras – United World Mission
Autumn Pendergras is in a suburb of Cape town, South Africa working with special needs children.
The Simons are partnering with others to share the love of Christ and the hope of the Gospel with refugees in Europe. In the process, people from many nations are coming to know – and follow – Jesus personally, and His Church is expanding.
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Daisy Xu – Bridges International
Daisy is in Austin ministering to international students.
S and C M - Frontiers
S and C are in Dallas recruiting for Frontiers, a ministry that reaches out specifically in Muslim countries. The M family was in East Africa and hope to go back in the future.
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Pam and Jerry McCune – Bridges International
Bridges ministers to international college students at Stephen F. Austin State University. They lead bible studies, plan programs, and develop lasting relationships with their students.
Patti Goodrum – LOVE INC.
Patti directs LOVEinc, which helps coordinate the financial and human resources of local churches and Christian organizations to better serve the needs of the many impoverished local residents of Nacogdoches County.
Vince and Autumn Walsh – CRU
Vince and Autumn minister to the college students at Stephen F. Austin State University located in Nacogdoches, TX. They lead bible studies, plan programs, and develop lasting relationships with their students.
Richard Konderla – Glory Gang
Richard is the founder and director of Glory Gang, a program for the at-risk children of Nacogdoches. Grace Bible Church is honored to support many missionaries and missions all around the globe. We also support missionaries who have asked us not to publish their names for security reasons.