Sponsored Missionaries

We set aside a portion of our annual donations to support missionaries working all over the world. We partner with our denomination, the North American Baptist Conference, to offer support to missionaries. Learn more about them below!

  • Neal + Darcey Alsbach (saskatchewan)

    Neal and Darcey work with North American Indigenous Ministries (NAIM), serving the youth of the Kinistin reserve situated near Pleasantdale in rural Saskatchewan. Their focus is on friendship, evangelism and discipleship. Neal is also a NAIM field director in Saskatchewan.


    Visit their website

    September 2017 Newsletter

  • Lyndell Campbell-requia (brazil)

    Lyndell is a church planter and seminary professor at the Rio Grande de Sol Seminary in Porto Alegre, Brazil. She loves teaching and eqippping people to serve in God's Kingdom. 


    Visit her website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Laszlo + Eszter daroczi-csuhai (Hungary)

    Laszlo & Eszter are both Master Trainers with Community Health Evangelism in Hungary.  As Master Trainers they are responsible to educate themselves and then pass this training along to CHE leaders and workers in Hungarian-speaking areas through vision conferences, training seminars, and development courses.


    Visit their website

  • Paul + Tanya Gericke (Romania)

    The Gerikes are working with the Hungarian Baptist Conference of Romania to construct a ministry centre to develop the next generation of Christian leaders, with a vision of evangelism, discipleship, youth leadership development and recretation.


    Visit their website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Calvin + Susanne Hohn (Cameroon)

    Calvin & Susanne are involved in Discipleship and Church Planting in Cameroon, working specifically with youth in this region. They have two daughters, Ysabelle and Elianna. 


    Visit their website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Jeff + Sonya Kilmartin (Cameroon)

    Jeff will be teaching at Ndu, Cameroon, as well as ministering among the Fulbe in both Nigeria & Cameroon.  Sonya will be working to help equip national teachers among the Fulbe and other tribes.


    Visit their website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Temera Millar (North America)

    Temera is a First Nations person from the Lil'wat and Squamish nations. She splits her time working as a teacher and serving with NAIM. Her passion is to see more of her people take an active place in the Great Commission. She seeks to support First Nations people as they overcome barriers to reach their own people.


    Visit her website

    September 2017 Newsletter

  • Craig + Maureen Moody (Cameroon)

    The Moodys serve in Cameroon as hostel parents for teenagers attending Rain Forest International School in Yaoundé. After that, they will be serving as Interim Field Director for Cameroon while the Hohns return to Canada.


    Visit their website

    February 2017 Newsletter

  • Yuri Nakano (Japan)

    As a Japanese-Canadian, Yuri has a unique, God-given background in being sent out from North America as a missionary to Japan. God has placed a burden on her heart to bring the hope of the gospel to Japan. God has called and equipped Yuri to serve in evangelism, discipleship and church planting alongside a faithful team of missionaries. 


    Visit her website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Cherise Revill (Surrey)

    Cherise is involved with Stepping Stones, a program run by Youth Unlimited (Youth for Christ). This is a program for struggling at-risk moms facing overwhelming obstacles. Staff and volunteers help young women break generational cycles of poverty and abandonment, to become good mothers who can provide for their children both physically and emotionally, while they too work to become whole and healthy adults. Cherise is currently on maternity leave as she and her husband welcomed their first child in January.


    Visit the Stepping Stones website

    November 2016 Newsletter

  • Ron + Jeannie Seck (Hungary)

    Ron and Jeannie work with Community Health Evangelism (CHE) to serve the Roma people in Central Europe and the Balkans. The Roma are commonly known as Gypsies, and are despised in many areas in central Europe. 


    Visit their website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Kristi TenClay (Cameroon)

    Kristi teaches at Rain Forest International School (RFIS), located in Yaoundé which is in the Central Region of Cameroon. The school was established to allow missionaries to remain in ministry while their children receive an excellent education. There are now over 100 students, both missionary children and nationals from a variety of countries, as well as an international staff.


    Visit her website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Dr. Ann Thyle (India)

    Dr. Thyle is the Northern Regional Director of the Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA) in New Dehli, India. EHA's primary focus is the poor, largely in rural areas. Dr. Thyle serves alongside her husband.


    Visit EHA's website

    December 2015 Newsletter

  • Vern + Gloria Wagner (Romania)

    Vern and Gloria Wagner have recently been appointed as NAB missionaries. They are going to join the Gerickes in Romania to work at Camp Falcon Rock.


    Visit their website

    August 2017 Newsletter

  • Nick + Iris (East Asia)

    Nick and Iris are pioneering a new work in East Asia. They have a tremendous opportunity to equip leaders on the campus of an important University. These leaders will then be challenged to replicate the things they are learning on impact trips throughout the region. Pray for Nick and Iris as their work is often dangerous - which is why our online information about them is limited.


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