The missionaries shown below are supported regularly by the Bethel Missions fund. If you'd like to give above and beyond to a specific missionary, note their "M#" and be sure to include that with your giving.
Tracy Evans - iReachAfrica
Tracy is a Physician Assistant and the director of iReachAfrica, which is a non-profit organization committed to reversing the cycles of poverty, disease and death in Mozambique, Africa.
What does Good News look like in Mozambique, Africa? It looks like feeding the hungry, healing the sick and visiting those in prison. Good News looks like planting churches, building clinics and schools, and saving orphan infants whose moms have died. Good News looks like teaching agriculture, restoring the land and strengthening communities with leadership training. It’s about growing healthy communities spiritually, emotionally, socially and relationally. Good News comes with loads of encouraging words, frequent hugs and quality time, sharing life with one another. It’s about serving, honoring and modeling, what the kingdom of God looks like. And that’s what the people of iReachAfrica are busy doing in Mozambique: Declaring and demonstrating, in word and in deed, Good News to Africa!
Tracy also offers a feeding program that provides daily medical care and milk to 600 orphan infants and HIV+/handicapped children. She has served in Mozambique for 14 years.
Rolland & Heidi Baker
Rolland and Heidi Baker are the founding directors of Iris Ministries, which began in 1980. They arrived in Mozambique in 1995, after ministering for twelve years in Asia and three years in the UK. They began to pour out their lives and hearts among the street children in Mozambique. Iris now oversees fifteen bases worldwide and has planted thousands of churches.
Ministry teams travel to remote areas via four wheel drive and four-ton trucks, bush planes and boats. The Lord has graced this work by pouring out His healing and miraculous power in village after village. The deaf hear, the blind see and the poor hear the good news. Iris Ministries includes five bible colleges, medical clinics, bush outreaches, church based orphan care, children’s villages, primary schools, cottage industries, widow’s programs, well drilling projects, missionary training schools, village feeding programs, houses for the disabled and more.
Rolland and Heidi have co-authored five books. They are calling for a passionate tribe of holy given, laid down lovers to give their lives away for love’s sake and to bring the lost children of all ages and nations home to the Father’s house.
After 15 years of living in California and serving on the Senior Leadership Team of Bethel Church, Paul & Sue Manwaring returned to live in the UK in December 2016. The Manwarings continue to represent Bethel in Europe and around the world and to facilitate Global Legacy and Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM) alumni. Paul & Sue have never been so certain of God’s leading than in this season of their lives. As well as representing Bethel they will be joining with Jean Luc Trachsel and other leaders in Europe as they develop a strategy for the evangelization of Europe as well as preach and teach with that goal in mind. The Manwarings will continue to travel around the world and to develop their ministry with a particular emphasis on empowering leaders in every sphere and walk of life. Paul & Sue are so grateful to those who have expressed a desire to support them in this exciting season of their lives.
William & Amy Jackson
Colin (William) and Amy Jackson are BSSM graduates and have been on staff with Bethel Church for several years. They are now based in South Africa and oversee Bethel’s 11 African Bible Schools in four nations. As the International Overseers, they train, mentor and pastor the schools in leadership, Kingdom DNA, walking in power, and business development. In South Africa, they plan to develop a kingdom-based business and leadership program to help birth/advance businesses and create employment. They are passionate about seeing God’s justice established and poverty eradicated from Africa!
Nate & Julie Miller
Nate and Julie Miller work in the ﬁeld of community development with a specific focus on education, agriculture, and the environment. They are on staff with iReachAfrica, working with the Shona people in the rural villages of Mozambique. Julie is in her 5th year as director of a preschool that serves children from the surrounding villages. She also runs an adult literacy program, daily after-school programs, a children's church, and community outreaches. Nate oversees a horticulture program that focuses on food security, nutrition, and sustainable land-use management. He is also active in reforestation efforts, youth programs and men's discipleship. Nate and Julie desire to share Jesus and advance His Kingdom through relationship with local Mozambicans while supporting them with the knowledge and resources to help them realize the progress they need for healthy families and communities.
Mark and Jessica are the founders of Why Not Now Ministries. Why Not Now Ministries provides safe loving homes for children rescued from abuse and exploitation in South East Asia. They also provide clean safe drinking water in remote and impoverished villages throughout South East Asia and around the world.
Denny & Danette Taylor
Denny and Danette Taylor have been on the mission field since 2001. They served 14 months in the Kiribati Islands, 10 years in La Paz, Mexico and are currently serving in Zimbabwe. Their passion is transformation–seeing the culture of heaven established on earth. One of the tools they use is launching schools of supernatural ministry. They've mentored leaders everywhere they've been who continue to establish that same culture. The Taylor's have a heart for the nations and are excited to see firsthand what God's doing around the world!
Dan & Lori Frost
Dan & Lori Frost are Directors of D.C. Connect. For the past 11 years they have had the unique opportunity to build relationships with members of the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in Washington, D.C. They have been able to bring Jesus into the very private world of very public people because of the trust they have garnered through those relationships.
They take leaders and teams to Washington D.C. to connect with people who are influencers of many. It is their passion to follow the Father’s heart to bring the power of the Holy Spirit into this place of position, power and protocol. They feel they are called to serve government leaders and those working in places of influence “for such a time as this” and they are seeing the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit moving on Capitol Hill in new and fresh ways. In addition, Dan teaches at Bethel’s School of Supernatural Ministry, raising up future leaders in government and the “Daniels” who will minister in the “courts of the kings.”
M12 have a passion to see Afghanistan transformed by hope. They have been working with Afghan Support Education and Training (ASET) for the past several years. Since March 2014 they are residing in Afghanistan and M12 is now the Country Director for ASET. Their focus is to empower the most vulnerable people in Afghanistan, the women and children. This is being done through running a women’s training center, two kindergartens (especially focused on the disadvantaged kids), drilling wells and building schools in impoverished areas. They are excited to see the poor and broken being made whole through love.
M86 have a passionate family of nine, abandonedly in love with Jesus and dedicated to seeing His Kingdom come wherever He puts them. And Afghanistan is that place right now. Light shines in the darkest places, and M86 want to see Afghanistan transformed by the love and power of the gospel. It's not about another religion or set of rules, it's about a relationship with God.
Cameron & Jen Gamble
Cameron and Jen Gamble are the founders of Project TAKEN, a unique organization focused on training missionaries and ministries to prevent, survive, and escape hostile situation. They empower missionaries by radically redefining courage and wisdom while in the midst of uncertainty. Cameron has been training the U.S. Military Special Ops community since shortly after September 11, 2001 on survival tactics. Their heart is to impart the same elite training, but with a supernatural approach for those who dare to pierce the darkness with the light of the Gospel. They work closely with Bethel missions, BSSM short-term missions, high-risk ministries involved with human trafficking and churches globally. Additionally, they offer in-country resolution for missionaries and ministries that are facing serious threats by traveling to the source of the problem in order to aid.
Rancho de sus Ninos
The Rancho De Sus Niños orphanage (run by Jimmy & Genea Horner) is making huge strides in transforming the city of Tijuana and the Nation of Mexico. Jimmy and Genea Horner, directors of Rancho De Sus Niños, are ministering to thousands each week through La Misión church, Evangelism outreaches, Water & Garbage ministry, Youth centers, Day Care, Elementary School, Junior High and High School, The La Misión School of Ministry, Hospice Healing Home, and the Orphanage. Rancho De Sus Niños is raising a generation of young revivalists and are effectively changing lives and releasing God’s love over Mexico and the World.
M45 have the joy of co-laboring with Jesus to see worship arise amongst the unreached peoples of the Himalayas. They live to see a wave of God's glory flood these regions, bringing Kingdom transformation to individuals, communities, and nations through the power of the Holy Spirit. Out of a deep heart for the poor and oppressed, they create unique Kingdom enterprises that bring dignity, justice, hope and the Father's love to serve the "least of these."
Heidi has had a heart for Africa since she was a young child. After completing BSSM and an internship with Steve Backlund in 2013, she moved to South Africa to work with Global Legacy where she helps train, equip and provide a place of connection and unity for church leaders in the country. She also serves on the leadership team for the Breakthru School of Supernatural Ministry in Johannesburg, among other ministries, to help people come alive in their God-given identities. By trade, Heidi is a registered nurse with a passion to take Christians out of the church to release healing on the streets, in hospitals, and rural areas, providing hope and freedom to the lost, sick and broken. Her long-term vision is to see South Africa transformed by the power of God.
Canon Andrew White
Canon Andrew White is President of the Foundation for Reconciliation in the Middle East, and Chaplain of St George's Church, Baghdad, the US Embassy and the International Zone. St George's is the largest church in Iraq, attracting over 5,500 worshippers, and runs an extensive food relief programme and St George's Clinic.
FRRME strives to bring peace in the wider Middle East region to places like Iraq and Israel/Palestine through dialogue. FRRME also works in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to provide humanitarian relief to internally displaced Iraqis through project partners and the established Churches, and in Jordan providing relief and education to Iraqi refugees.
CareNet Pregnancy Center
Saving Lives • Healing Hearts • Ministering Compassion
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Northern California is an inter-denominational, volunteer based, Christ-centered ministry whose mission is to promote a culture of life within our society in order to serve people facing unplanned pregnancies and/or sexual-related issues. Our Redding and Red Bluff centers offer free, confidential services such as: pregnancy tests, sonograms, parenting incentive program, mentoring and more! Our desire is to see lives transformed through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ben & Sheena George
Ben and Sheena George are BSSM graduates who worked on staff at Bethel Church in the Missions Department for a number of years and now live with their 3 children in Nicaragua. With a vision to be part of the global adoption movement the Lord is establishing before His return (Luke 1:17), they are committed to seeing Jesus get His reward as they work with neglected, abandoned, and abused children and street children. Together, they run a children’s home for former street kids in the city of Matagalpa and are founding a drug rehab center for children in summer 2016. The Georges are also owners and operators of a craft ice cream company they founded in Nicaragua.
Others We Support
Scott & Marisa Smith
Assemblies of God
Scott and Marisa Smith have ministered for over 35 years to the people of Spain where only 0.4% of the population is evangelical. They have been church planters starting four churches and have been vitally involved in helping to plant 30 others throughout the nation. Marisa is the President of the Bible school board in Spain. They organized the National Youth Department, started The Preachers Kids Association and Scott organized the Department of Foreign Missions for the Spanish church. After all these years, they are now experiencing God’s moving in Spain as never before.
Kevin & Karen Prevost
Assemblies of God
For over 30 years, Kevin and Karen Prevost have been missionaries in Spain. Their ministry center in Madrid, Ontheredbox, focuses on prayer, evangelism, and training. The Prevosts have also developed local and online schools in several languages to train Christians all over the world to proclaim the gospel in the open air as they do. In addition to their church planting and evangelism work, Karen also ministers with Project Rescue Spain to women at risk and victims of human trafficking.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Josh serves the 65+ Urban Projects that take place in 30 different cities across the country. InterVarsity's Urban Projects host over 2000 students every year. Josh trains new project directors, consults on project development, stewards project resources, as well as directs special projects. Josh and his wife Marjie, moved to an inner city neighborhood in Oakland in 2004. They are the joyful parents to Lucia and Beatrice. Blog
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