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Joy Phillips

regional director for Europe, asia, and oceania

Joy serves as a regional director for World Gospel Mission, overseeing missionaries and ministries in Europe, Asia, and Oceania. She has worked in Africa with World Gospel Mission for over 20 years.  Check out her blog


Joanna Beske

Missionary in Senegal

Joanna works with the Wolof people of Senegal.  She helps direct a woman’s shelter and many ministry ventures in San Louis, Senegal.  In 2010, we sent a missionary team over to help lead a kids camp with Joanna.


 
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Bobby & Amanda Peoples

Missionaries in  Honduras

Bobby & Amanda will be living, working, and building relationships in La Ceiba, Honduras.  
Their work there will focus on "children at risk." They will be spending a large majority of our time working in a children's home called Casa Feliz.  They will also be working with children and families living in impoverished communities on the outskirts of the city.

"Our ministry vision is to build relationships with those that may feel lost or forgotten, to enter into the messy, real, and hurting lives of others, to share the grace of God that gives us hope, and to believe that through our flaws, imperfections, and struggles, Christ's love can transform our lives."
Check out their blog or read their recent newsletter.


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Josh & Kelly Hallahan

Missionaries in Uganda

Josh and Kelly work as Chaplains at Heritage International School in Kampala, Uganda. Heritage
is a Christian international school that educates students from over 24 different countries. Josh and Kelly
are responsible to oversee the spiritual growth opportunities at the school and they love their job! Check out their blog or their recent update.


 
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Len & Betsy Phillips

Missionaries in Albania

Throughout Len & Betsy's years of missionary service, they’ve focused their ministry on education that transforms lives. From Honduras to Bolivia to Albania, their desire has always been to see young men and women fully committed to the Lord, firmly grounded in their knowledge and faith and filled with a love for God and their neighbor.

Education is more than just providing information; it is challenging students to become learners. Offering a bilingual, Christian education to students is not only an opportunity to provide a quality academic education but it also teaches and models what it means to become a disciple who can impact his or her community for Christ. Check out their latest blog by clicking HERE.


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Josh & Jackie Frankeas

Missionaries to South Africa

Josh & Jackie are serve as missionaries to South Africa with Restoring Hope International.  They work with an orphanage, The Village, in the areas of maintenance, community outreach, bookkeeping, and child sponsorship. Jackie grew up in Trinity.  Check out their latest newsletter HERE.