missions

The Ziglers

Gene and Dawn Zigler serve with Life Change Counseling, Inc., whose mission is to glorify God through providing biblical counseling, teaching and literature for those struggling with problems. Their hope is to see lives transformed through loving, obeying, and depending upon Christ. A typical week has about 20 families/individuals coming to their office for counseling which is a faith-supported work that provides counseling and teaching for individuals, couples, and families free of charge. 602.971.5802

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Zigler Family

The Blackwells

Ben and Diane Blackwell serve with Bridges International in Denver Metro Universities. Over 2,000 international students attend from all over the world along with the hundreds of students studying in Denver from the predominant region of Asia. Nationally, Ben and Diane serve with Bridges International in training, and equipping hundreds of Bridges staff, students and volunteers to boldly and effectively take the love and gospel of Jesus to students from this part of the world.

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Ben and Diane

The Carters

Michael and Cathalain Carter serve with Mission to the World in Nagoya, Japan. Their goal is to produce self-sustaining, self-governing, self-propagating churches in Nagoya. In March 2016 the Carters began various outreaches in their church plant target area but finding space was difficult.  They began a monthly prayer meeting in 2018 specifically for the church plant. Within a year a three-story facility was provided, and remodeling was completed in June 2019.  In April 2021 worship services began but were limited to the vision team. On January 22, 2023, Nagoya Central Church was officially opened! The Carters continue to help facilitate an English outreach program, cooking classes, prayer meeting and Bible studies.

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Carters Family Photo

The Moorheads

Jonathan and Sharon Moorhead have been missionaries since 2008, serving first in Samara, Russia and then in the Czech Republic, training Pastors. Now they are devoted to planting Geneva Bible Church (GBC) in Switzerland.

As an English-speaking church, GBC will serve the large expat community of Geneva, particularly those who are temporary residents who do not plan to learn French. The prayer is that these people will be trained and then return to their home countries, some of which are closed to the Gospel.

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Moorhead-Family

The Buckerts

Dave & Judy Buckert serve with Centers for Church Based Training (CCBT), an international ministry dedicated to helping churches to make disciples and train leadership within the context of the local church. CCBT works internationally with urban and small village churches alike.  They practice their ministry of neighborhood outreach in Rio Rico, AZ.

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Buckert family

Min Fu Hsu

MinFu and his wife Emily work out of Taiwan. Their mission is to glorify God by planting disciple making churches that mobilize Taiwanese workers.

Currently, MinFu and Emily are in Phoenix. They are involved in working with local churches to reach out to 1000 Taiwan Chinese families who have recently relocated to North Phoenix. These families consist of engineers employed at the newly established chip manufacturing facility located near Anthem. MinFu and Emily are planning to return to Taiwan in January 2024.

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MinFu Missionaries

The Jones

Bob and Nanci Jones are members of DHBC and in 2022 began serving with Global Training Network (GTN) in Uganda, Tanzania, and South Sudan. Eight-five percent of pastors in Africa have no formal training in Bible or theology which opens the door to cults and false teaching.  The Jones’ mission is to equip and train pastors, church leaders, and lay teachers who have no other opportunities for training on how to study and teach the Bible. In addition, they teach others about foundational theology, effective prayer, Christian marriage, and how to live the Christian life.

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Bob and Nancy Jones