Bob Santilli
Bob Santilli
Special Assistant
| Pray for Amanda and John Good serving Christ through ministries of evangelism, discipleship, education and theological education in partnership with the Baptist Union of Hungary.
| Pray for Terry and Tom Myers serving Christ in Bulgaria by addressing issues of poverty, trafficking and literacy in partnership with the Baptist Union of Bulgaria.
| Pray for Mylinda Baits, global consultant, seeking justice, healing and transformation through restorative art and creative expression.

Mylinda is a pastoral artist and trainer. Serving as a global consultant for Training Through Restorative Arts, she partners with IM colleagues, national church leadership and social change organizations to seek justice, healing and transformation through restorative art and creative expression.

| Pray for Ann and Bill Clemmer ministering in South Sudan and elsewhere to bring health and help in the name of Jesus.

Bill works with national health care workers providing medical and counseling services to victims of sexual violence while Ann supports educational and relief services to orphans and vulnerable children. The Clemmers travel regularly to South Sudan to help sustain health and educational ministries they have been involved in since 2010.

Parajon Family 2012 | Pray for David and Laura Parajon serving in Nicaragua.

David and Laura provide preventive and curative health services to remote and vulnerable communities where there are no doctors through the training and support of health promoters.

| Pray for Denise and Juan Aragon who have family in Nicaragua living in the midst of the conflict.

Big Juan and my heart have been aching for Nicaragua our homeland. The government has been shamelessly killing its citizens … The thing that pulls at our heart is that Juan’s mom and siblings and cousins and basically all of his family still live in Nicaragua, they are the ones that have heard the gun shots, the ones that have had to walk from one town to another because of the road blocks, they are the ones that are struggling to buy the essentials, they are the ones worried daily about their child’s wellbeing at school.