Global Outreach Partnerships
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Whether it is through training up kids in school, building relationships in the gym, teaching in local congregations, doing personal Bible studies, or being involved in benevolence projects, the Hostetter's goal is to not only make disciples, but to continue to build them up to replicate themselves! The Hostetter family serves the Lord in Cameroon, Africa where they pray they are able to make a deep, lasting impact in people’s lives.
Amaury and Catherine are missionaries living and working in Santiago, DR, with Kingdom Seeker Ministries. They are the proud parents of Josie and have a Teaching Ministry, which involves English, Drama, and Edification classes.
Mexican Evangelism Now exists to equip and support Mexican preachers in their efforts to plant and lead churches in central Mexico.
WHCC partners with Pastor Omar in San Pedro Sula, Honduras by sending financial support that provides food for hungry families. WHCC is actively seeking to reach out in other ways, such as a medical clinic, construction teams, and sponsorship of children in the Christian school.
Michael, Rosalind, Charis, Micah and Josiah Trusty love the New Zealand people and culture. Rosalind is a native New Zealander and Micah was born there while the Trusty's ministered in an established church from 2000 - 2003. New Zealand is a land of incredible beauty and diversity, calling itself "God Zone" although, sadly, only 5-10% of the population attend church of any kind. The Trusty's are now following God's call to plant an effective, evangelistic, Bible-centered church in the fast growing city of Tauranga, New Zealand.
Michael and Rosalind met at St. Louis Christian College and received higher education from Johnson University. They have ministered in Alaska, Canada, New Zealand and Indiana. They love adventure and the outdoors and are excited to take Charis, Micah and Josiah on this adventure in faith as missionary church planters to New Zealand.