International Conference on Missions
ICOM is an annual missions conference that serves as a resource and venue to connect missionaries and supporters. Through inspiration and motivational worship, workshops, and testimonies, ICOM provides training, encouragement and recruiting for mission agencies and missionaries. For more information visit: http://www.theicom.org
Bernal and his late wife Joan started Church of Christ Mission in India in 1948. Bernal and Joan started schools for all ages of children, from nursery age through high school. A Bible college and junior college have been established and enrollment is now over 5,000. The center of teachings is the Bible, but students will graduate with knowledge of a particular trade. This will help them both become independent and to provide a service to the community.
David and Virginia Savage
David and his wife have been leading an effort to spread the gospel in the Dominican Republic for over 25 years. Their work has included, evangelism, earthquake relief, christian camps and short term mission trips.
Fanny and Martha Nyamurtora
Fanny and Martha both grew up in the church in Zimbabwe. Fanny went to Zimbabwe Christian College to train to be a pastor and Martha trained at Mashoko Christian Hospital to be a nurse. Fanny currently leads the ministry of African Harvest, equipping leaders for the Christian Church in Africa. For more information visit: http://www.zimharvest.org
Pioneer Bible Translators
Pioneer Bible Translators bridges the gap between the church and the Bible-less peoples around the world. They are serving 17 million people in 46 language projects on our current fields. For more information visit: http://www.pioneerbible.org
Paul is committed to supporting missionaries through pastoral care. It may be emotional, family issues, theological, cross-cultural struggles. He does his best to be of help the entire missionary family. Assisting them with prayer, counsel planning and resources. For more information visit: http://webpages.charter.net/pmcalister/my_role/my_role.htm