Michael and Adrienne Bucklin are on home assignment in North Carolina. Michael serves with the Junge Aviation And Radio Service (JAARS) in North Carolina as part of the IT Department. Formerly in mission aviation, the Bucklins remain committed to supporting Bible translation through their technical service with JAARS.
Don and Claire-Lise Cobb serve in France with Mission to the World, Don teaches New Testament and church planting in one of the only evangelical Seminaries in French-speaking Europe.
Sharlene (Burkett) and Brian Coker serve with Missionary Aviation Fellowship in Papua, New Guinea. They share the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed by bringing desperately needed aid and assistance to people in remote places. In 2010 the team flew just over 7,300 hours which included supporting 5,200 church workers, 5,700 health and education workers, as well as 500 medevacs. To complete this vital work they operate and maintain 14 aircraft.
Dan and Carol Iverson serve in Tokyo/Chiba, Japan with Mission to the World (PCA). Dan is a church planting pastor and mission team leader. Dan and his wife Carol have 9 children and 13 grandchildren. Dan also serves as the Mission ToThe World (MTW) Japan Director. The Iversons have served in Japan since 1986.
Eric and Marilyn Loftsgard are serving in Managua, Nicaragua with Missionary Ventures International. They partner with The Nehemia Center, House of Hope, and Nicaragua Christian Academy. The Nehemiah Center trains lay and pastoral leaders in an integral, biblical worldview and encourages local, national and international collaboration for a Christ-centered, transformational development of communities and nations. The House of Hope is a vocational center for women who are or have been in prostitution to provide them with a means to make a living and establish them in the Lord. Nicaragua Christian Academy is a Christian school located just outside Managua, the capital city of Nicaragua. providing children with an education firmly rooted in God's truth and in academic excellence.
Don and Fran McNeill are strengthening the church in Uganda through Theological education at Christ’ s Community Study Center-Mbarara, Uganda. They serve with Mission to the World. Former students have set up their own study centers for local pastors and often invite Don to teach the pastors in these many different locations. Their goal: multiple educational opportunities for working pastors and the promotion of theological education as a continuing “marathon” of skills and character building.
David and Amy Mozombite serve with South American Missions in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. David is an aviation mechanic assuring flight service is available for mission travel into remote jungle areas, etc. He and Amy are also involved in work in the local church.
David and Dialis Romero serve in Honduras with Missionary Ventures International after being called by the Lord to start the orphanage about 12 years ago. They work with the Honduran government as far as receiving the children. Through generous donations, they have built a kindergarten, prep school, elementary school, and a high school to encompass grades Pre-K thru 9th.
Steve and Beth Schoof serve with Mission to the World in Perth, Australia, where Steve is the Senior Pastor of a church of about 500 people. He promotes and assists with teaching evangelism and church planting in this city and state and beyond.
Dave and Jan Veldhorst serve in Bangkok, Thailand with Mission to the World. Dave is the leader of a church planting team. His primary role is preaching and teaching as part of the New City Fellowship Church plant and development of church leaders and church planting. The area of cooperative church planting has expanded into the Karen hill tribes.
Gary and Phyllis Waldecker serve in Santiago, Chile with Mission to the World. Gary is a pastoral supporter, a fellow worker and a missiological strategist and advisor for our missionaries and national associates throughout Latin America. Gary is simultaneously completing his PhD. YOu can read more about the Waldeckers on their website.
Melinda Wallace is in southern Ukraine serving with Mission to the World on a church planting team. She works with Ukranian people in two church plants located in Kherson and Tsurupinsk. Her main involvement is in womens ministry. Learn more about Melinda on her blog.
David and Caroline Webb serve in South Africa. African Havens is the name given to the several children’s homes in Roodeport South Africa operated by David and Caroline Webb. They provide a long-term home, loving environment and are the hands of Christ to these children. A record number of babies were adopted in 2011. Your Faith Promise Pledge to Missions allows Covenant Church to provide financial support to Child Haven which consists of three 3 bedroom homes with housemoms and volunteers.
ECHO, Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization is dedicated to fighting world hunger through innovative ideas, information, agricultural training and seeds. They seek to find agricultural solutions for families growing food under difficult conditions. At our request, they are currently working with the school in Nicaragua so students will learn to grow nutritional food.
Grace Place for Children and Families Our mission is to teach literacy, language, and life skills to at-risk children and impoverished families in our communities. Over 500 individuals are enrolled in classes at Grace Place where they are learning the skills to overcome the barriers of poverty and language to reach their goals for school, employment, and life. Grace Place is a faith-based, non-profit neighborhood educational center in Golden Gate city.
HELPS Outreach has a simple mission. To help the poor and the needy of Collier County by clothing the naked, feeding the hungry and ministering to the hurting. All this is done in an evangelical setting.
Good News Clubs Reaching Out in our Community: Good News Club® is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship.® Members of Covenant are trained as teachers to meet with groups of children in Seagate Elementary and Naples Park Elementary schools. Each week the teacher presents an exciting Bible lesson using colorful materials from CEF Press®. This action-packed time also includes songs, Scripture memory, a missions story and review games or other activities focused on the lesson's theme.
Place of Hope, an orphanage in Haiti. Our own Andre Forges founded this orphanage in his native country. They care for 42 orphans and are in the midst of building a better facility for the children.
ScholarLeaders International is focused on developing Servant Leaders for the majority world Church by identifying and investing in the advanced theological education of gifted Christian leaders from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. We are specifically focused on helping those men and women who have already been identified as leaders and will return to positions of senior leadership in India, such as Manohar James (pictured).
Bill Harward - InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an evangelical campus mission serving students and faculty on college and university campuses nationwide. Their vision is to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed and world changers developed. Bill serves on the campuses of Edison College in Fort Myers and Naples and Florida Gulf Coast University.
New Horizons is dedicated to reaching the academic needs of at-risk children in our community. They provide over 700 hours of free after school tutoring each week at their Super Kids Clubs empowering children to reach their potential through education and mentoring. They are located in Bonita Springs and North Naples.
Iglesia Nueva Vida (New Life Hispanic Church) is a mission of Covenant Church dedicated to loving God, loving our neighbors, making disciples, and being obedient to Christ. We are reaching out to Hispanic families throughout Collier County to share the Gospel of Jesus.
Sanvil Dorsainvil pastors El Shaddai of Grace. The church meets on our campus and ministers to the Haitian population in our community.
Dayspring International is all about transforming lives. They take the Life of Christ film, Dayasagar™, all across India. They are not about quick raise your hand evangelism. They start churches, clinics, schools and training centers to show God's love in every aspect of a person's life. Their goal: truly, transform every village.
Mission India assists Indian Christians in planting reproducing churches in a systematic, measurable way. One of their successful methods is through Adult Literacy classes providing illiterates with vital skills to change their lives for the better, and introducing many to the Gospel for the first time. We support one individual Church Planter and a Literacy Project.
Overseas Council partners with seminaries, Bible institutes and other strategic ministries ...to equip biblical leaders to be effective pastors, teachers, evangelists, missionaries and Christian leaders in their own countries.Covenant supports scholarship assistance making a profound difference—one life at a time—for ministry training around the world.
Manfred Kohl is a Special Ambassador with Overseas Council.
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