Missionaries We Support
In addition, we support a number of missionaries, of like faith, around the world. This is a list of some of the missionaries we support. A number of our missionaries are serving in areas of persecution and are not listed. Click on a missionary for more information about their ministry.
Alpha's Glory exists to serve our community by demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ by meeting the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of women who may be experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. They also advocate Biblical principles in the areas of abstinence and abortion.
There are many ways in which volunteers can help Alpha's Glory including hosting a baby shower, donating material goods, participating in the annual 5K walk/run, peer counseling, office work, babysitting, event help, sorting items for the baby boutique, writing articles, taking photos, creating multi-media presentations, and more.
"Reaching the Least, the Last, the Lost of Baltimore City with the Gospel of Jesus Christ since 1956, BY FAITH"
The Buettner family serves with the Baltimore Rescue Mission, a Christian, non-profit, non-denominational Gospel ministry. The mission's primary objective is the evangelization of every person who enters the mission. Secondly, their goal is to provide food, clothing, shelter, and medical assistance, as well as five day drug and alcohol detox. Pastor Charles Buettner is the executive director of the mission, and his wife, Janna, is the interim director of the Karis Home women's and children's division.
Each year, the Baltimore Rescue Mission seeks volunteers to help with general maintenance and repair, organizing supplies, bulk mailings, replacing broken appliances, financial accounting, handing out Christmas gifts, and other jobs. North Harford has participated in work days at the mission over the years, as well as leading services from time to time.
The mission of Camp Wo-Me-To, owned and operated by Woman’s Missionary Union of Maryland/Delaware (WMU of MD/DE), is to provide an organization through which Maryland/Delaware Baptist can participate in the Great Commission task of reaching and ministering to all persons in the name of Jesus, helping them to grow in their understanding and practice of the Christian faith.
Camp Wo-Me-To is looking for volunteers to help with maintenance and repair work, from raking leaves to plumbing, electrical, dry wall, and painting. There is much preventative work to be done. As the camp manager says, “We want the camp to honor God in all the facilities.” He also wants churches all over the convention to feel like we’re their camp, a relationship with a service basis.
Jews for Jesus exists to make the messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue to our Jewish people worldwide. Direct Jewish evangelism is our priority. There is an old Yiddish phrase, "Man drives but God holds the reins." As Jews for Jesus we take that a step further, recognizing that we are dependent on God and His Word for all that we do. Apart from Christ and the power of His Spirit, we can do nothing. Yet we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us.
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After serving Native Americans with SEND at Alaska Bible College for a number of years, Kevin is now teaching full-time in Flagstaff, Arizona at Indian Bible College for Native American students and those called to work with Native Americans. His primary focus is on Bible and Pastoral Theology. In addition to this ministry, Kevin and Dawn also serve the Lord by ministering to the local Native Americans.
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Tom & Laurel Calbeck and their family serve with Avant Ministries in Germany planting churches using "short-cycle" church planting, a team-based approach to church planting. They aim to develop mature, reproducing churches led by nationals in as short of time as possible. With this approach, the elements of the church-planting process, from language learning to evangelism to leadership development, are undertaken simultaneously and accomplished as efficiently as possible.
Why use short-cycle church planting instead of a more traditional approach? Doors to countries open and close quickly as governments form, fall and re-form again. Often, the most unreached nations are also the most unstable. The goal is to establish and develop a church as quickly as possible so that, with whatever time God gives missionaries in a field, lives are transformed by the power of Jesus Christ. The teams employ innovative, creative means of evangelization, discipleship and national leadership training.
Grace Mission to Haiti has the ministry of "helps":
- Helping to train and support dedicated Haitian Pastors and Evangelists to evangelize their people, plant churches, establish Christian schools
- Assist Haitian leadership with work/construction teams
- Minister through medical, dental, nursing teams
- Minister to leadership through Bible studies, church organizations and ministries
- Provide materials, supplies, instruments, literature, etc. for Haitian leadership
- Being "laborers together with God" and Americans who wish to provide support, and laborers with the Haitian brethren who are committed to evangelizing their people and planting New Testament churches
- Helping to provide food and clothing to the needy in Haiti
Moises & Rosa Campos and their family serve with Gospel Furthering Fellowship in Olot, Spain preaching and teaching weekly. They are the only Christian church giving the gospel in and around Olot. They also have a camp site ministry. This ministry includes children's camp and youth camps.
Roger Carswell was converted as a teenager and worked as a school teacher in West Yorkshire for over ten years. Since 1983 he has been an itinerant evangelist taking university and church missions in many parts of the UK and beyond. He also writes and distributes tracts and evangelical books. He has recently had published "And some evangelists" describing the work of the evangelist. Roger is a member of the Association of Evangelists, a group of men dedicated to preaching the gospel in a biblical and relevant way.
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Vincent & Roberta Chiaravalloti serve with Avant Ministries in Italy. At Avant, we are passionate about planting the church where it does not yet exist through church planting and church support ministries. Founded in 1892, Avant Ministries (formerly known as Gospel Missionary Union) is one of the oldest missionary sending agencies in the United States. As the first evangelical mission to enter Ecuador in South America and the Republic of Mali in West Africa, innovative methods have always been part of our culture. Today, Avant is moving into new territories with new initiatives to preach the unchanging gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe nationally-led churches have the opportunity to spread the gospel in their unique cultural context, and we’re committed to partnering with national believers who can carry on the work and multiply the results.
Fred & Barbara Kornis serve with Heartland International Ministries, a non-profit missionary organization that shares the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ in creative ways to evangelize the unreached, and to train, sustain, and revitalize believers and churches, as they develop a dynamic relationship with God.
Saron grew up in our church and was called by God to serve through sport after several short-term sports mission trips. Her team ministers in partnership with local churches and focuses on training, equipping, and supporting the local church in utilizing Sunday Schools, music, sports, puppets, English, summer camps, and other ministries to reach the lost and to encourage and disciple believers.