Thursday, September 13, 2007

Meet our Missionaries

This year Grace Church will give $200,000.00 in budgeted giving to missions not including the non budgeted projects or our end of the year Birthday Gift for Jesus mission giving emphasis. By the end of the fiscal year, we will have given more than a quarter of a million dollars to missions. So who are the missionaries that we support as a church?

· Marlin and Sue Weaver (pictured) with Grace Brethren International Missions in France

· Scott and Rebekah Becker with Grace Brethren International Missions in Ireland

· Christian and Bonnie Beuggert, with Grace Brethren International Missions in Thailand

· Ken and Kathy Keener with Camp Conquest in Pennsylvania

· Tom and Janis Kemp with Transport for Christ in Pennsylvania

· Joe and Kim Roche with Crown Financial Services in Pennsylvania

· Bob Soto, a Grace Brethren mission’s pastor in Texas to Native Americans.

· Carlos Peralta, a Grace Brethren Hispanic church planter in Coatesville, PA

· Timothy (TK) Kurtanek with CE National in Indiana.

· Mike and Joan McCracken, short term ministry trip leaders to Cambodia

· Jim Brown, Metro Grace Church Planting in Philadelphia

· Jim Snavely, Grace Brethren North American Missions

· Symean, Samoeun, Heng and Borey who are all national foundation layers with Grace Brethren International Missions in Cambodia

We also support North Atlantic Fellowship District Missions; Grace Brethren International Missions; CE National; Grace American Indian Missions; Grace College; and Lancaster Bible College.

This December Grace Church will add a new partnership with Grace Brethren Churches in the Central African Republic to thousands of orphans. This is a ministry called “Hand in Hand” that you will be hearing more about in the very near future! If missions is something that causes you to get excited and you might like to serve on our Mission Team that oversees our mission’s program, let me know and I will give your name to Mike and Joan McCracken who lead our Mission’s Team at Grace.

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