You might find yourself asking, “How did we manage to get through that?” But God’s hand in it is clear and apparent.
Eliberto Juárez and Molly Jamison Juárez are endorsed to serve as global servants in El Salvador with IM partner Mision Vida y Paz (MVP), or Mission Life and Peace. They share a strong commitment to peace building and social transformation through the power of the gospel.
Alise and Mark will serve at the House of Love and House of Blessing in Chiang Mai, Thailand. These ministries were established by IM missionary Kim Brown to serve tribal women and children coping with problems caused by AIDS, disabilities and migration from their rural villages to urban slums.
Jeanine and Walt serve as International Ministries global consultants, training teams working with historically underserved religious groups including pastors, missionaries, development workers and partners, teaching them to be more effective communicators of the good news of Jesus Christ.
Jae will serve through the Baja Baptist Seminary in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. Jae is an information technologist who will provide technical assistance to seminary students and church leaders, both at the Mexicali campus and at other seminaries in the region.
Kim works with a team of indigenous leaders to manage a multi-faceted response to the needs of tribal peoples: HIV/AIDS prevention education, care for those who are HIV+ (including the House of Love for women and children affected by AIDS), ministry to people with disabilities, youth ministry and education and economic development work among migrants in locations spanning from traditional villages to urban slums.