Missionaries Supported by First Assembly of God, Rock Hill
Alice Collins – Arizona, USA
Alice is continuing the work that she and her late husband, Carl Collins, have been doing for over 50 years and spreading the Gospel and the love of Jesus to Native American families in Arizona.
Bruce and Joy Page – Missouri, USA
The Pages oversee a group of 629 volunteers from 22 nations with a mission that is twofold: first, connect people to Jesus, and second, to connect them to a local church in their part of the world.
Gordon and Kim Cashwell – South Carolina, USA
Without Walls Ministry unites churches and businesses in serving outside the four walls in a relational way while transforming lives and neighborhoods by providing physical and spiritual tools to make them more sustainable.
Ken and Gricelda Harrell – Honduras
The Harrells’ mission is to connect compassion with children in the poorest parts of Honduras through evangelism, humanitarian aid and leadership development.
David and Amy Cartwright – Costa Rica
Endeavoring to demonstrate the genuine love of Christ and to equip the national church of Costa Rica with tools to reach their community and nation with the saving power of Jesus Christ.
Jay and Nancy Dickerson – Costa Rica
Jay & Nancy have the privilege of serving as Area Directors for the Central American missionary family. They are passionate about missionary training and mobilizing new workers for the unreached areas of LAC.
Richard and Sherry Dunn – Retired/Active
Richard and Sherry Dunn served the people of Belgium for over 40 years. Currently, they are working from the US to assist in planting churches throughout Europe.
John and Joy Sisk – Netherlands
Serving at New Day International Church which was planted in 2007 and is reaching families and individuals from 22 nations, uniting them in fellowship with God.
Drew and Deanna Fraser – Canada
Drew and Deanna serve God through the skate community, using Drew’s skills and influence in the pro-skating world to reach the youth in Canada.
Teen Challenge – South Carolina, USA
Teen Challenge is a Bible Based Recovery Ministry that stresses a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, reading scripture, intense classroom work, and personal responsibility in daily assignments around the campus.
We support three missionaries that are working to plant churches and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Islamic peoples of Africa. Because of the sensitivity of their work and the danger it puts them in, we cannot mention their names. However, they are in our prayers and we support the work that God is doing through them.
Paul Kaminer – North Carolina, USA
Paul’s ministry is to reach the lost people living amongst North Carolina’s Lumbee Native American population. Paul spreads the Word through teaching and discipling as an instructor at the Native American Bible College.
Fred and Crystal Kovach – Missouri, USA
Working with AG missionaries worldwide to provide technology tools to reach local communities with the Gospel.
Brian and Melody Whitaker – Michigan, USA
Brian and his family work with the Muslim community near Detroit, Michigan. They work to share God’s love in the Dearborn community through community and educational outreach.
Patrick and Bethany Hundl, South Carolina, USA
The Hundls are working with Chi Alpha Campus Ministries in Columbia, SC. Chi Alpha serves over 28,000 college students on 300+ American campuses.
Mitch and Debbie Martinez – Dominican Republic
Working in the Dominican Republic since 1992. Besides being involved in the Christian school, media ministries, and training ministers, they have also planted three churches in the area.
Joil and Leah Marbut – Ecuador
Joil and Leah minister throughout the jungles of Ecuador. They endeavor to share God’s love and the message of the Gospel to unreached native tribes in the area and also provide a home for orphans girls in the area, known as Hope House.
Kevin and Robin McGee – Kenya
Serving as Middle School and High School Chaplain and as Teachers at Rosslyn Academy, Nairobi and serving as Youth Pastor to Missionary Kids in the East Africa and Indian Ocean region.
Nick and Marilyn Krake – Palau
They are working to help teach children about Jesus and train the nationals to reach children in their own cultural setting.
Sun Ward – Vanuatu
Her ministry in the Vanuatu Islands will include training local pastors in three Bible Training Centers; reaching out to children with puppetry, Bible stories, action songs; establishing local Bible clubs & church planting; and establishing a Discipleship School in the Vanuatu Islands.
Jon and Kim Caton – Asia
Jon and Kim serve in an undisclosed location as a part of a Bible translation program. Their goal is to have a translation of the Bible in every language by 2025.
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”