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Noemi Dumalaug

 

Noemi Dumalaug works among the Ata Manobo and the Dibabawon people groups of Davao Del Norte, Southern Mindanao, Philippines as a literacy specialist. Her role is training trainers for literacy facilitators’ training, facilitating development of literacy materials to be used for teaching reading and writing to both children and adults, program planning, and other activities to help the indigenous church be equipped in ministering to their members.

Noemi quotes Donald Chapman: “Literacy is a very useful and effective tool in making disciples. It is also a useful tool in the spiritual growth of new believers. One of the motives of new believers in desiring to learn to read is so they can read the Bible for themselves.”

Tom and Vicki Gilliam

 

Tom and Vicki Gilliam are based in the Republic of Ireland and reside in Maynooth, County Kildare, a university town of 12,500 located on the western outskirts of Dublin, Ireland’s capital. They are part of the core group of Maynooth Community Church, a church they helped to plant in 2003. Tom serves as an elder in the church and is involved in leading worship and discipleship. Vicki’s passion for women sees her in discipling relationships across the age spectrum—from teenage girls and university students to women in their twenties, thirties, and beyond. The Gilliams oversee the Serge missionary apprenticeship program in Ireland and also help lead Encounter, Serge’s Irish summer internship for college-age Irish and American students. Year round Tom and Vicki work to identify, mentor, and release emerging Irish leaders into church planting and the wider Irish harvest.

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Maynooth, County Kildare
Ireland

Joel and Amy Hardman

 

Joel and Amy Hardman serve in Rome, Italy, where they live with their two beautiful daughters, Livia and Eisley. They work on a team reaching out to the 400,000 university students in the city. At first glance, Italy may seem to be a culture saturated with religion, yet few have heard the good news of the Gospel or know someone who truly follows Christ. The Hardmans desire to bring hope to Rome as they seek to win people to Christ, build them up in their faith, and send them out as ambassadors of Christ.

Charles and Sarah Kaye

 

The Kaye family moved to Granada, Nicaragua in 2006, where Charles and Sarah serve as team leaders for Serge. Their work is based around the El Puente mission and the Granada Christian Education Center.
Charles and Sarah met while working in the financial services industry in New York. With the arrival of their second child, they decided to leave New York City and moved to rural Virginia outside of Charlottesville, where Charles began a hedge fund and Sarah focused on bringing back to life a historic farm and raising their children.
Challenged to walk out their faith in a new way, Charles and Sarah took several trips to Central America over a period of three years, finally deciding to focus on Granada, which had seen very few successful mission entrants over the years. They established El Puente mission base at the crossroads of five barrios at the edge of the historic district, in the heart of drug territory. El Puente now hosts a bilingual church, Vida Joven youth clubs, post-recovery addiction support groups, an economic development initiative making and marketing jewelry and handcrafts, and many visiting mission teams throughout the year. The Kayes also founded a bilingual Christian school in Pantanal, a poor but growing barrio, on the outskirts of town.


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Granada
Nicaragua

Ken and Angela Massey

 

After two years as part of a church-planting team among the professional class in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, South America Mission (SAM) invited Ken and Angela Massey to the U.S. for a term. Ken serves as the Director of Development for SAM, which means raising awareness and funding for ministries and missionaries across five countries in South America. The Masseys live in Fort Mill, SC where SAM's U.S. offices are located, and love to engage U.S. partners by traveling with them to South America to see ministries in action and meet missionaries in person. They are grateful that God sent them out into the world from Trinity, whose heart for God's global purposes is big and beautiful.

Paudge and Emer Mulvihill

 

Born in County Roscommon, Ireland in 1957, Paudge had a traditional Catholic upbringing in a loving and caring home. In his early teens, he abandoned his faith and declared himself to be an atheist, more out of a desire to be different than from any deep, well-thought-out reasons. Thankfully he was converted in 1979 and has experienced God's wonderful love and care each day since. Paudge is currently pastor at Calvary Church Westport. He is married to a lovely lady, Emer, and they have two grown children. Paudge has been involved in Christian work since 1982, working together with some marvelous people. The Mulvihills are involved in church-planting ministry in the west of Ireland. Their work began in 1998 with the first church plant in Westport town. Since then they have seen four other church plants begun in County Mayo, in Ballina, Charlestown, Castlebar, and Claremorris. They also are working with a church in County Roscommon toward the planting of further churches.

Bob and Nancy Osborne

 

Bob was born and raised in Massachusetts. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts with a degree in psychology in 1979, he spent a term with the Peace Corps in Africa. Bob came to Christ through the witness of Christian missionaries. He and his wife, Nancy, met while living in Africa. Seven years later, Bob took a position as Director of Missions and Ministries at Trinity Presbyterian Church, where he served for four years. Nancy and Bob have two children, Leigh and Brian.

Nancy and Bob began serving with Serge in 2002, and Bob was appointed Executive Director in 2005. Serge has more than 250 missionaries serving around the globe. They invite you to join Serge in praying, going, or supporting their work.

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Jenkintown PA

Jacob Reynolds

 

Jacob Reynolds is the principal of the Irish Bible Institute. IBI is committed to the excellence of biblical education and to leadership development. It is an interdenominational Bible college, seeking to serve the church in Ireland for over 30 years. IBI focuses on theology and trains students to love God holistically: with head, heart, and hands. The staff believes that the more you know God, the more you will love Him. IBI hopes that students' hearts will be transformed, growing in maturity and Christian character. The college equips students to be more effective in ministry. Jacob is married to Lori and they have four children.

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Bruce and Deb Robinson

 

Bruce and Deb Robinson work in northwest Haiti, one of Haiti's poorest areas. Some of the efforts they are involved in include gravity (piped) drinking water systems and wells, irrigation and drainage to increase agricultural production, reforestation with fruit trees and integrated water resource management in the watershed, and church and church school construction. The team they work with in Haiti is working on a large spring capping and piped water system that will eventually have 50 km of pipe taking water to several communities and churches. They are also working on draining a large area that is too wet to farm in the middle of their semi-arid region so that food can be grown there again. Another project in process is a hurricane- and earthquake-resistant warehouse and emergency casualty center at the mission hospital.

Mike and Kris York

 

Mike and Kris York have been serving Romanian staff and university students for more than 20 years through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Their main focus is in discipleship and evangelism among university students: training them to walk with Jesus, engage their friends with the Gospel, be involved with the local church, and graduate with a desire to serve the church and their colleagues. They also seek to challenge students to engage their communities and respond with integrity at work and with Christlikeness to social injustices like trafficking and poverty.

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Bucharest
Romania

Kirk and Emily Ogden

 

Kirk and Emily Ogden joined South America Mission (SAM) in June of 1999 after spending a number of years ministering with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s University of Virginia chapter. Along with their great joy of mentoring younger missionaries, they first served in San Ignacio, Bolivia, where they were privileged to help plant two churches and revitalize a leadership development program. Kirk, Emily, and their four beautiful children reside in Fort Mill, SC where the SAM U.S. head office is located, and Kirk serves as executive director and shepherd of South America Mission. Followers of Jesus Christ who are passionate about seeing Him glorified in His church all over the world, Kirk and Emily find their great joy leading their children and family in proclaiming Christ to the nations.

Bo and Marlou Barredo

 

Bo and Marlou both left the legal profession almost 30 years ago in order to heed God's call to missionary service. They started as missionaries in the Philippines, serving and working with other national missionaries in Southeast Asia. For the last 23 years they have been missionaries to the Philippines and beyond (to 80+ other countries) through Advancing Native Missions (Bo is the co-founder) based in Afton, VA. Their ministry could be summarized as follows: to encourage the saints, to equip the servants, and to evangelize the unreached. Likewise, they are part of the core leadership of the mission.

Malliga Chandran

 

Although born into a Christian family in India, Malliga Chandran was given in marriage to a Hindu man. Through the loving example of a godly wife, her husband, Chandran, was soon won over to Christ. They have three children.

Women’s Hands for Education Empowerment and Learning (WHEEL Trust) was born in 2002. Because abuse and prostitution are common in the lives of many Indian girls, Malliga worked with a justice mission, rescuing these girls and finding them gainful employment. While engaged in this ministry, she also saw the need to care for prostitutes’ children, orphaned when their mothers died from AIDS. She and her husband began the Rehoboth Home for Children, a ministry that provides for the physical needs of these children and teaches them of God’s love.

Randy and Carolyn Bond

 

Randy and Carolyn Bond lived in Charlottesville and were part of Trinity for 10 years. Randy was also a professor at UVa. They are serving under Serge as professors at Hope Africa University, an African-led Christian university in Bujumbura, Burundi. Randy is a professor and the dean of the medical school, and Carolyn teaches English as a foreign language. Their mission team currently includes the head of the MBA program. They seek others who want to serve in university education and student ministry. The opportunity to change a nation with the gospel in action is great.

Sushila Pandey

 

Mrs. Sushila Pandey joined the Maharashtra Bible College in 1984 after her theological
training at Union Biblical Seminary, Maharashtra, India. She has served as teacher, academic dean, and principal of the college since 2003. God is using her to train the students for ministry, in addition to administrative resposibilities. Her husband, Prabhudas, serves as an administrator of the college and as the pastor at the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church. They have two children.

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Maharashtra
India

Wright and Dori Doyle

 

Having been members of Trinity since 1972, Wright and Dori are near and dear to Trinity. They serve a group of 15 people in two sister organizations, one (China Institute) based in the church and the other focused on the academy. Wright focuses on writing books and articles; ministering to their associates and to Chinese by Internet, Skype, and personal visits; and mentoring a few men. Dori takes care of Wright. Both are slowly building relationshps with Chinese in their church in Texas.