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Serving with AIM (Africa Inland Mission), the Bransfords lead a multi-cultural team of new “outreach workers” through a two-year training program and partner with the local church to reach Chadian Arabs with the saving news of Jesus.
Serving with Teach with Cru in Budapest, Hungary, Petr and Angela have the chance to influence the next generation through education, leadership, and mentoring. The International Christian School of Budapest (ICSB) exists to serve families by providing their children with an excellent, biblically-based, college-preparatory education, in an environment that encourages students to become wholehearted followers of Christ.
Joe and Amy, along with their kids Sam and Ella, have spent the past three years serving in Southeast Asia with the Church of the Nazarene. Sensing the Lord leading them to a new adventure, they accepted a call to serve as the Global Missionary Care Directors. This exciting role serves over 700 missionaries across the entire spectrum of mental health and ministry care, from first deployment to missionary retirement. Based in Edmond, the Halls travel to every region of the world to offer a variety of services.
Having grown up on the foreign "mission field," Deborah Hunnicutt, who has called Crossings her home since 1996, returns to her roots. She now serves on the island of Roatán, through Church of God Ministries. Deborah uses her vocational skills as a teacher, administrator, and follower of Jesus Christ to share his love through educational ministries.
After serving with Campus Outreach in Thailand, Shelby moved to Birmingham, AL to resource, train, equip, and care for the missionaries on college campuses around the world. She desires to see the missionaries flourish and believes healthy leaders produce healthy fruit. This is why she and her team walk with the missionaries under their care to shepherd, debrief, train, and redeploy them as they follow God's calling on their lives.
As Lebanese nationals, the Melkis have experienced the daily uncertainty that comes from political upheaval and civil war. Through their ministry, Heart for Lebanon, they remain steadfast in their desire to share Christ and to be instrumental of his peace in turbulent times.
Whether ministering to Syrian and Iraqi refugees, training Lebanese pastors, or sharing Jesus with their fellow Lebanese, the Melkis continue to be used by God to see lives changed and communities transformed.
The Tompkins, serving with Cru, formerly Campus Crusade for Christ, provide leadership and discipleship training for the national and worldwide movement for the high school ministry. As part of the Cru Campus Executive Team, they provide leadership to all global, campus-focused ministries and build relationships with ministry donors.
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