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Ron and Isabelle Young

Renaissance Bible Church: Rawdon, Quebec

Ron is the Pastor of Renaissance Bible Church in Rawdon, Quebec, Canada. Ron and his family began their ministry in Canada as church planters with the North American Mission Board and started Renaissance with the goal of reaching this community just north of Montreal with the Gospel.

Stephan and Sharelle Theriault

Ezra School:  Battambang, Cambodia, Malaysia

Shephan and Sharelle are teachers serving families in Cambodia. Through the opportunities they have to minister to various needs in their community, they have an open door to share the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ.

Jean and Joy Thomas

Haiti Christian Development Fund:  Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti

The Thomases minister in Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti through community redevelopment and evangelism.  They have built roads, provided fresh water, and have started a Credit Union, schools and many churches in and around their community.

Brent and Linda Ropp

Wycliffe Associates:  International

Brent is currently Regional Vice President of Operations, at Wycliffe Associates.  He is directing a project to translate the Word of God into 14 languages for the people groups in and surrounding Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Marshall and Jill Rae Lewis

To Every Tribe:  First Nations, Canada

To Every Tribe missionaries are church planting among the Ojibwe and Cree tribes of NorthWest Canada. The Lewis family will disciple high school students who attend a boarding school in Sioux Lookout so that when they return home they will be on a path to become future leaders in the church.

Marc and Goris *

Wycliffe Bible Translators:  East Asia

Marc is a photographer who captures the real lives of people living without the Word of God. His work connects those in need of Bible translation to those who are serving as Senders.

Michael and Megan Ropp

Wycliffe Associates: Deaf Owned Translation, International

Michael and Megan are working to spread the Gospel in deaf communities around the world. The Deaf Owned Translation (DOT) program is working to train and equip deaf communities and churches to translate the Bible into their own sign language.

Sam Ropp

Wycliffe Associates: Deaf Owned Translation, International

Sam encourages and equips the deaf to translate the Bible (video translations) into distinct sign languages around the world.

Wyatt and Vicki Gwin

Emmanuel & Associates:  Great Britain

Wyatt is the International President of Emmanuel and Associates. This organization forms partnerships between North American and British evangelical churches for the purpose of encouraging local outreach missions in the British Isles.

Louis and Fleurette Philippe

Mission for Haiti:  Jacmel, Haiti

Louis is a medical missionary with Mission for Haiti who serves the people of Jacmel, Haiti. Along with his ability to provide medical services in this extremely poor area, Dr. Philippe also encourages the local church by helping connect them to mission teams in the states.

Pete and Nancy Cyprian

Awana

The focus of Awana is reaching and teaching children, youth, and their families to know, love, and serve Christ; building lives on the word of God. Awana continues to promote and develop clubs in churches and in countries world wide. They have been involved in Awana for 25 years and have been missionaries in Georgia for the last nine years. Their goal is to reach and teach children, youth, and families to know, love, and serve Christ.