Sent Church

Missionary Partners

Outside of living sent locally and globally, we also support several missionary partners that serve in the United States and abroad. You will find ways to connect and learn more about those we support below.

Roger and Lara serve GAiN, a ministry of CRU that provides humanitarian aid and the gospel message to people living in tough places around the world. Her role is to tell stories of how tangible acts of love and the hope of Christ changes lives. She tells stories of need, getting the word out to people who can and will help alleviate suffering. Stories and pictures motivate people to action, and ultimately, people come to accept Jesus.

Ways to connect with the Strains:
Ministry Website: http://www.gainusa.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlobalAidNetwork
Email Newsletter: Email her at towintheprize@gmail.com to learn more about the ministry, request monthly newsletters, or find out how you can support her financially.
Blog: www.ipressontowintheprize.com



Dustin and Nancy are Global partner missionaries who live and serve the Wesleyan National Church in Haiti. They manage the Ortlip Ministry Center, which acts as a guesthouse for mission teams, hosts pastor training events, and provides logistical support for hospital supplies and missionary personnel traveling to the island of La Gonave.

Ways to connect with the Stephens Family:
Ministry Website: http://www.globalpartnersonline.org
Facebook: Dustin Stephens & Nancy Stephens
Email Newsletter: Email them at stephensfamilyhaiti@gmail.com to be added to our monthly newsletter email list or find out how you can support them financially.
Blog: thestephensfamilyhaiti.Weebly.Com


Mark Kathy Taber
Mark and Kathy are serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Besides working on the Luang Old Testament translation, they provide leadership and consulting to ensure the accuracy of the Scriptures in local languages.

Ways to connect with Taber Family:
Ministry Website: http://wycliffe.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mark.taber.14
Email Newsletter: Email them at mark_taber@sil.org and ask to receive their monthly email update or find out how you can support them financially.


Duane & Genie Zook

Duane and Genie have served with Cru since the mid 70’s in a variety of roles including ministering on university campuses and beginning and leading GAiN USA.They currently serve with the Josh McDowell Ministry (JMM) where Duane serves as CEO. Genie has been leading discipleship groups in addition to supporting Duane in his role at JMM. They have been attending Sent Church since 1995. Their passion is to do whatever it takes to help people around the world understand that God loves them and wants to know them personally. They have two children, Emmie and Scott, both of whom are married and have been blessed with three grandchildren.

Ways to connect with the Zook Family:
Ministry Website: http://www.josh.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jmministry
Email Newsletter: Email them at duane.zook@josh.org and ask to receive their monthly newsletter or find out how you can support them financially.


Our mission team in Peru (Kayleen, Lucy, and Jerson) execute our strategy of equipping leaders and developing a network of thriving churches along the Marañón River. They visit existing churches on a regular basis, as well as seek out new villages.  The team has targeted three new villages where it appears God may be opening up the doors for the Gospel:  Santa Fe, Santa Isabel and Santa Rosa.  Please ask that God would give us favor with the local leaders and provide person of peace (Luke 10:5-6) that would open up their homes to hear.  
 
Also, the Bible Institute in Nauta is a key part of our strategy for training pastors and church leaders. This facility co-located with the church in Nauta, will provide the space needed for centralized training and increase our ability to train more leaders. The training improves Bible knowledge and equips leaders to more effectively share the Gospel. This year we plan to have 2-3 training sessions in Nauta as well as couple one or two in Iquitos.  They will be taught courses required for pastoral licensing, with a heavy emphasis on preaching and teaching.
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