Ian oversees the Global Student Center and dorm, which aims to reach university students in Phnom Penh through language courses, a Young Adults church, and a host of other activities. Tiffanie administers the ChildCARE Plus program in Cambodia. There are currently 13 community-based sites and 13 staff members that help to oversee 550+ children in the program. The program helps children receive education, food for their families, medical care, and sees them through to post-secondary studies.
Jeremy and Christine serve with Pamoja Ministries, based in Arusha, Tanzania, and are focused on building on the strengths of Africa, using media to make disciples and equip disciplers, and engaging the millions who are living in a world where cellphones, radios, and televisions are the voices being heard. Pamoja is “discipling cultures through media”, and since 2007, Jeremy and Christine have been leading the growth of Pamoja into new media.
The Waltons are at Village of Hope – Malawi (VOH) serving and caring for orphaned and vulnerable children. VOH provides education through its school, healthcare through local hospitals, nutrition through its feeding program, and shelter through its children’s home to at-risk children. Every Friday Hope Kids Church reaches 500 children in the community surrounding VOH.
Mark is partnering with Salem leadership to establish a Bible school in Madrid and Kim is engaged with family ministries in the church. In addition to their ministry in Spain, Mark and Kim both serve on the Eurasia Region’s lead team. Mark oversees education initiatives in the region, and Kim provides member care to the region’s global workers.
Darren and Patty McCrea’s work in Colombia is multi-faceted and includes missionary training and church mobilization. Their ministry includes training Latino missionaries, organizing events like community and medical outreaches, and raising up local Christians to serve their community. Through their outreaches, they touch the lives of tens of thousands of people each year.