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“We are a people glorifying God by reaching people for Christ and furthering the Kingdom of God in Evans and the Nations”


Gary and Robin Alward, Thailand

Gary & Robin Alward have been in Thailand since 1997 evangelizing and establishing Thai college students. They have worked on campus in Bangkok for seven years, in Khon Kaen for eight years and are now leading a new expansion team to Chiang Mai.


Ronnie & Heather Barnes

Ronnie & Heather serve with United World Mission, US. Ronnie is the Southeast mobilizer for work in Africa and Asia. Before serving in this role, Ronnie & Heather were missionaries in Thailand for 16 years.


Ray & Michele Call, Uruguay

Ray and Michele will be working with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) mission in Montevideo, Uruguay under a cooperative agreement with Mission to the World (MTW). Ray is an ordained minister of the gospel in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and serves as a church planter. Ray and Michele desire God to bring many people to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, to establish His Church among the nations and to bring about changed lives that will affect all facets of society for His glory!


Chris & Cary Drinkard, Philippines

Chris and Cary Drinkard have been working with Campus Outreach since 1998. Cary grew up in the church and Chis became a Christian through the ministry of Campus Outreach as a college student. They served as campus staff in Augusta and Statesboro before Chris became the Regional Director in 2008. In 2013, Christ transitioned to a new role as CO STINT Director and in July, the Drinkards moved to Manila, Philippines. Chris’ responsibilities are to give oversight and direction to CO STINT teams in SE Asia, develop a long-term model for CO STINT, network with churches and ministry partners in SE Asia, and do evangelism and discipleship among Filipino students. Chris and Cary have three children: Susanna (9), Daniel (7), and Mary Beth(5).


Dan & Carol Iverson

Dan Iverson is a church planting pastor, mission team leader, and country director in Japan with Mission to the World (PCA). His wife Carol is the headmaster at Covenant Community School International. The Iversons have served in Japan since 1986.

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Jonah & Jennifer, 10/40 Window

Jonah & Jennifer are currently serving in the 10/40 Window in Harms Way.


Mo & Git Montenegro, Thailand

Moe and Git Montenegro have been ministering in Thailand with Campus Outreach. Moe is a Filipino- American that grew up in the United States and became a Christian while attending Augusta State University on a baseball scholarship. Git is a Thai national who came to know Jesus in 1992 while a student in Bangkok. They were married in May of 2001. Moe is the Resource Director for Campus Outreach, KhonKaen directing the administrative part of the ministry. Git is teaching the Thai language in their team’s co-op homeschool program.

Their primary ministry has been among college students at Khon Kaen University; however, they have helped in planting a church in Khon Kaen and have been working with community outreach and discipleship through the church. They have recently had opportunities to expand the ministry through teaching English in the elementary schools and even to some adults in the community. Recently, they have had 14 students (7 males and 7 female) profess faith in Christ and are working with some older men who could be candidates for Elder and Deacon in the Church.


Debbie Richards, Japan

In 1995, Debbie went to Chiba, Japan short-term with the MTW IMPACT program and ministered for three years with the Tokyo/Chiba church-planting team through its English Outreach program. Impressed by the tremendous spiritual need of the Japanese people, Debbie returned to Chiba in 2001 for long-term missionary service with MTW. In addition to teaching English classes, her ministry activities include serving as pianist for two of the church plants and participating in the music ministry (church choir) at Honda Chapel.

The spread of the gospel in Japan faces many obstacles, and the Japanese response is typically slow. However, the Tokyo/Chiba team is encouraged by every person who turns to Christ and by the spiritual growth among believers. In reliance upon God, the team is praying for and striving toward the goal of seeing a church-planting movement take hold in the country of Japan.



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Chris and Marie Stevanus, Thailand

PIONEERS is a well established and well respected mission organization whose priority is church planting among unreached people groups. We are grateful for the leadership, accountability, and community that they offer us as we move to join them in what God is doing in Thailand. Pioneers does not yet have a team in northern Thailand focused on anti-human trafficking so we will be starting our own. For now our team will partner with various local ministries in order to learn from their experience in planting churches in Thailand, as well as impacting the reality of sex trafficking

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