The Wilders have faithfully served in Chimaltenango for about 15 Years, their church currently supports other missionaries, has trained their own missionaries, see people saved regularly, and they are currently in the middle of a large Building Project.
~ Souls to be Saved ~ Building Project ~ Refreshing Furlough ~ Travelling Safety while Stateside for Furlough
Contiguous States, U.S.A.
Bro. Warren Storm travels the US heading up the "Keep the Buses Rolling" ministry. Via physical travelling and technology he helps churches keep their buses on the road so they can bring people to church!
~ Safety in Travel ~ Souls to be Saved ~ Wisdom in Advising & Repairs
Villa Lucre, Panama City, Panama
The Diehl Family
Bro David Deihl was born into a Missionary Family and grew up on the Mission field of Mexico. He attended Heritage Baptist College and graduated in 2006. He served faithfully on staff at Heritage Baptist Church of Lawrence, KS until their departure for the mission field.Delight was one of 10 children in a faithfully serving family. David and Delight were married in 2010. They left for Panama in 2016 and have just finished 4 years on the field. Bro. Deihl is the Missionary Pastor of a church plant called Iglesia Bautista Heredad . They are expecting their 6th child in November of 2020.
~ Healthy Pregnancy for Mrs Diehl ~ Souls to be Saved
Dupree, South Dakota U.S.A.
The Owens live in Dupree, South Dakota on the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation. Bro & Mrs Owens met at Hyles Anderson College in 1980, but were both unsaved. They were married on July 4th of 1980, and moved to Longview,TX to attend Texas Baptist College in 1985 where Bro. Owens was saved. Mrs Owen was saved a short time later. The Owens moved to Dupree, SD in October of 2000 and started the Eagles wing Baptist Mission on the last Sunday of 2000. In December of 2006 the mission was commissioned as Eagles Wing Baptist CHurch where Bro. Owens is the Missionary pastor. The Owens have been on the field for almost 20 Years!
~ Souls to be Saved
Meriden, Kansas, U.S.A.
The Kennard Family
The Kennards are USA church planting missionaries. The Lord led the kennards to Meriden,KS in the summer of 2019.. Meriden is a small town of 800, 15 miles north of Topeka, KS. This town had a baptist church here for many years and in the early 2000’s it was closed. Other attempts were made to revive the church with no success. In late April 2019 they were asked to consider going to Meriden and restarting a church. After making a visit the Lord gave us the peace we needed to move here and make plans to start the Cottonwood Baptist Church. The first service was held in September of 2019!