The Bamfords’ primary goal is to see a church planted among the Isnag people of Northern Luzon. Jonathan and Heidi are currently involved in Bible translation and curriculum development. When they are with the Isnag they teach and disciple the Isnag and help the Isnag with community development.
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Mission Aviation Fellowship
Warren and Julie Veal, with their children, Riley, Julianne, Elyssa, Shelby, and Quinton, are missionaries with Mission Aviation Fellowship serving at MAF headquarters in Nampa, Idaho.
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“Now it is God who has made us for this very purpose and has given us the Spirit as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come. We live by faith, not by sight.”
-2 Corinthians 5:5,7
Don and Kathryn Mansfield
Auckland New Zealand
Don and Kathryn live in Auckland, New Zealand and are the Regional Directors for the Pacific Island Region. This job includes the oversight of 21 island nations and territories comprising 1,000’s of actual islands. Raising up the next generation of missionary laborers for the world is the main thrust of their call and ministry.
Darren and Gina Lindblom
US Air Force Academy
Every Navigator’s passion is to help others know Christ and make Him known. Through small-group Bible studies and life-on-life discipleship, we come alongside people and teach them to be Christ’s followers as they study and apply the Word of God to chart their lives. Then we train them to pass what they have learned on to others.
Through our Military ministry, we work alongside U.S. military staff and chaplains to help meet the spiritual needs of service personnel and their families. We serve those who serve our country.
Cole and Hannah Hinderager
While attending Bible school, this boy from Montana and girl from Washington became friends. During our two years of studying God’s Word daily, we were individually challenged and convinced that God’s desire for the church is to go, tell all nations and people groups about His offer of grace, and disciple believers to maturity in Christ. As part of the church, we considered ourselves called to obey this command, along with all other believers. But just before those two years ended, we started to think about joining forces. And sure enough, we decided to walk this journey together! We moved to the Philippines in January 2015, and are beginning to learn the national language. Our desire is to reach a people group that has never had the opportunity to hear God’s message of grace, and share the good news with them!
Click here to view the Hinderager’s webpage.