Education

Chris Briggs

The Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf (CCCD) provides the Deaf community in Jamaica with a language, education, mentoring, and an opportunity to encounter the gospel.

John Hubers

John's calling is to serve as a catalyst and resource person for RCA congregations and leaders in an increasingly diverse North American population

Felipe and Janelle Silva

Since the fall of communism, Romania has been putting itself back together. However, there is still significant government corruption, a lack of trust, and skepticism that hard work, courage, and perseverance can pay off.

John Lokeno

Too often, community development projects rely on outside resources, which create an unhealthy environment of dependency. John Lokena hopes to do the opposite—to inspire and equip local people to determine their own future with their own resources.

Michael & Carrie Johnson

Michael and Carrie Johnson are part of a ministry in Edinburgh called East Mountain, a ministry hub where Christian leaders can encounter Christ, be trained for their work, and receive mentoring, theological training, and spiritual care.

Michael and Carrie's vision is to come alongside pastors and ministry workers in Scotland and throughout Europe to provide the support they need to fulfill their calling. They hope to impact not only these leaders, but also all those who are under their care.

David Mojica

David Mojica has been called to a multiplication development ministry: planting new churches, evangelizing, equipping disciples, spearheading social impact ministries (particularly with school-aged children through the arts), and channeling these efforts toward a church-planting movement. He is leading these efforts with other gospel partners in the Dominican Republic.

Juan Kempers Seminary

In the 1920s, a new field of expansion opened in Chiapas with the help of missionaries John and Mabel Kempers of the Reformed Church in America (RCA). The National Presbyterian Church in Mexico developed important evangelistic work in Chiapas, first among the Spanish-speaking population and then among the Mayan-speaking people in the 1950s. Today Chiapas is one of the strongholds of the National Presbyterian Church. The number of members of the National Presbyterian Church in Chiapas alone is greater than the total number of RCA members.

Josh & Sally Vis

A son and mother working together for peace and justice, Josh and Sally Vis seek a political conversation in the U.S. that is pro-Palestinian, pro-Israeli, and pro-peace. To this end, Josh and Sally educate individuals about the injustices of the Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and Gaza. They also offer individuals opportunities to support Palestinians, Israelis, and others who seek an alleviation of and ultimately an end to the Israeli occupation.

Linn Gann

Linn Gann serves as a bridge-builder between the Church of South India (CSI) and RCA churches, businesses, and individuals. As a CSI coworker, the mutual goal is to see the lives of Dalits and other poor in South India transformed to their full potential in the image of God: children will be filled with an outpouring of hope, families will find dignity by becoming self-reliant, and whole communities will be praising God.

Maasai Mission Outreach

The Maasai, semi-nomads who graze huge herds of cattle and goats on the vast grasslands of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, need the good news of Jesus Christ presented in word and deed. The Maasai also need water. Many Maasai and their livestock have died as the result of ten years of severe drought.Through Maasai Outreach Mission, Simon Muntolol, a Maasai leader who became a Christian more than 30 years ago, trains evangelists who reach out to the Maasai with the gospel. Global Mission has committed to digging wells in Maasailand in partnership with Maasai Outreach Mission.