Missionaries

Missionaries

Our Missions Partners


Whether traveling on a missions trip to Romania to help orphans or supporting Teen Challenge right here in Pensacola, you can join us as we partner with multiple organizations around the globe, helping people know Christ and make Him known. A portion of every dollar you give goes “beyond these walls” to an awesome local or international organization or missionary. To give to missions, visit our giving page
Partnered with King of Kings
Jerusalem
In 1983, Wayne and Ann Hilsden moved from Canada to Israel where they founded King of Kings Community. They run a church, a 24-hour prayer center, a Christian film school, a family counseling center, and a Messianic school of music and arts. Their vision is to be a compelling, Messiah-centered, Spirit-empowered, disciple-making community revealing the true face of Yeshua (Jesus) to Israel and the nations. Check out King of King’s website for more info.
 
Partnered with Mark and Michelle Fittz
Honduras
Mark and Michelle Fittz serve in Honduras with their five children. After becoming an architect, Mark felt called to use his gifts to serve the poor in Honduras. Through working with numerous churches, God birthed the idea of HOPE Coffee (the coffee we enjoy each Sunday morning) to help churches transform their communities with the Gospel through meeting tangible needs of water and shelter. Check out Mark and Michelle’s website.
 
Partnered with Josh and Diana Britnell
Nicaragua
Josh and Diana Britnell and their four children serve poor and orphaned children in the mountain village of Jinotega, Nicaragua. They provide a Christian home environment for 20 – 24 infants and toddlers who have been abandoned or orphaned. They also host hundreds of medical, dental, and ministry team members every year. Their primary ministry emphasis is to bring the hope and life of Jesus Christ to Nicaragua’s impoverished and orphaned children and to raise these children to make a difference for Christ in their country. Check out Josh and Dianna’s profile on the Globe International website.
 
Partnered with Cheri Thompson
Kenya
Cheri Thompson ministers to street children in Kitale, Kenya where she and her late husband, Dr. Richard Thompson, founded Challenge Farm. Challenge Farm is a 10-acre facility that currently houses and cares for 200 youths. Cheri’s goal is to rescue street kids, who think they’re worthless, and tell them they are valued and loved. Cheri is known in Kitale as “Mama Cheri” for her deep love for Africa and the African people. Check out Cheri’s profile on the Globe International website.
 
Partnered with Mark and Denise Ost
Paris
Mark and Denise Ost have served together internationally for almost 40 years, walking in the steps of Mark’s father and grandfather. Mark and Denise’s seven children are all in ministry, and their oldest son, Bryan Ost, who serves as our very own worship pastor, is a fourth generation missionary! In the city of Paris, where less than 1% of the population are Christians, Mark and Denise focus on planting local churches and equipping and mentoring pastors to reach Parisians for Jesus. Check out the Ost’s website for more info.
 
Partnered with Jacob and Betsy Smith
South Africa
Jacob and Betsy Smith joined the Impact Africa team in 2011, and together have had extensive experience leading mission programs to more than 50 countries. At Impact Africa, they serve as directors of Impact ME (Missions Experience), an on-the-field mission program providing participants with tangible ministry training. Jacob and Betsy also play a key role in the discipleship efforts in Joburg’s poverty stricken settlements. Check out the Smith’s Facebook page for updates.
 
Partnered with Adi and Flori Galiger
Romania
Adi and Flori are Romanian nationals who started “Biserica Impact,” a local church in Oradea, the capital city of Bihor County, one of the most important economic, social and cultural centers in Western Romania. The Galiger’s vision is to mobilize the “church outside the church” and meet the needs of their local community with social justice projects such as renovating rooms in the public hospitals of Oradea. Check out Adi and Flori on Facebook.
 
Partnered with Teen Challenge
Pensacola
Teen Challenge is an international drug rehabilitation program started in 1960 by David Wilkerson who brought the Gospel to the worst gangs of New York City. Their mission is to help youth, adults, and families with life-controlling problems, become established in society through faith-based mentoring, counseling, education and job training. They have one of the highest success rates in the world, with 225 centers in the United States, and 800 centers in 91 countries. Check out Teen Challenge’s website for more info.
 
Partnered with Loaves and Fishes
Pensacola
in Loaves and Fishes is a Pensacola-based ministry focused on reaching homeless men, women and children in an effort to meet their needs both spiritually and materially. Their soup kitchen feeds close to 5,000 meals each month, and their emergency family shelter houses up to 10 families for 3 weeks at a time. They also operate a thrift store, and they provide after-school tutoring for children whose families are staying at the shelter. Check out Loaves and Fishes’ website for more info.
 
Partnered with Ian and Teresa Skelley
all over the world
Ian and Teresa are missionographers (videographer missionaries) who film and produce inspiring programs, showcasing the lives of missionaries and helping them raise awareness and support. Ian and Teresa also help train and launch new missionographers all over the world. Check out Ian and Teresa’s profile on the Globe International website.
 
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