missionary directory

Doug and Mary Lu Anthony
Walk In Two Worlds

Music and art are powerful means of communicating culture and vision, leadership development and transformation to the unreached parts of the world. Walk in Two Worlds brings international ministry leaders and artists together and helps them develop strategic missional programs for their area. New songs and art are created specific for each region that communicates the gospel in ways that resonate to their people as local and accepted instead of foreign and suspicious.  It is our joy to watch artists build bridges to the local community and create spaces for dialogue in which the stories and teaching of the Bible resonate deeply with local culture.

Stacey Trobman
Israel Missionary

Stacey is serving with Beit Sar Shalom, a branch of Chosen People Ministries in Israel. She is a Bible Teacher at The Ark – a ladies home in Arad, Israel. These women, coming from all kinds of backgrounds and addictions, are seeking a new start here through Yeshua. Currently, Stacey is co-leading a children’s after-school program, singing on the worship team, and has a passion for intercessory prayer and spiritual warfare. Please join us in praying for Stacey.

Paul & Kate Keller
One Mission Society

Paul and Kate Keller and their sons Benjamin and Joseph serve with One Mission Society in Greenwood, Indiana. Paul is the Director of Mobilization for the organization, and his job to is recruit missionaries and disciple-makers to serve in fields around the world. If you are wanting to explore the call of missions in your life, want to know more about the projects going on through One Mission Society, or are intrigued about going into the world to make disciples, Paul would enjoy talking with you.

Go to www.onemissionsociety.org for more information. 

Robert & Amy Childs
Envision Providence

Providence is one of the least Christian cities in America. It is surrounded by many other cities that also suffer from spiritual poverty. Envision Providence is located in the Elmwood neighborhood of South Providence. Elmwood is one of the most diverse areas in the city, and also has one of the lowest median incomes. At least 70% of children under the age of 6 speak a language other than English at home. Envision Providence is shining the light of Jesus to the community by, teaching the English language, holding an afterschool club for children, and developing a community garden. Rob and Amy would love for you to come and serve alongside their family.