International Missionaries

Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Ariel Ministries is directly involved with the mainstream of Jewish missions by combining the two key areas of evangelism and discipleship, with a heavy emphasis on Bible theology and doctrine. Dr. Fruchtenbaum has a teaching ministry through conferences, tapes, literature, camps and tours. Anyone who desires to love his Jewish friend or neighbor can benefit from contact with Ariel Ministries.

 

 

 

 

Kristen, James, Lydia, Michaela and Caroline

James and Kristen have been working in Asia for the past several years. James began his MDiv at Southern Seminary while on furlough here in 2006. They returned to Asia in 2008 where he finished his studies remotely while gaining more first hand experience. They continue their work of expanding local churches through preaching, teaching, discipleship, and leadership training. They are with Global Outreach.

 

 

 

 

Daniel, Jana, and Lori Goering

After more than 16 years in Dortmund, Daniel and Lori Goering relocated to Köln, Germany, in 2008, to work with the Great Commission church plant there. The church in Dortmund is well-established with German leaders in place, but the need in Köln remains great. The Goerings joined Martin Bonnet, who has lived in Köln for several years. The suburb where they live is one of eight cities in Germany that has a population of over 50,000 but has no free (non-state) evangelical church. “We are on the cutting edge of planting a church in one of the most un-churched areas of Germany,” says Daniel.

 

 

 

Dan was born and raised in Rome, Italy, where his parents are missionaries. Dan and Donna are sponsored by Crossworld with church planting and counseling ministries.

 

 

 

 

 

Ritch, Susan, and children

Evangelical Free Church Association’s missionaries, the Trcas, are church planters in a small town, Ricany, outside Prague.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Larry and Mary Waters

Missionaries to the Philippines for 27 years, Larry works with Bee World, focusing on establishing Church Based Training Centers in closed countries. he also teaches at Dallas Theological Seminary & Criswell College. Mary assists by counseling, teaching and training women.

 

 

 

 

In 1887, the first EFCA missionary set out to bring the gospel to China. What started as one man’s passion to reach China turned into a worldwide mission organization today known as EFCA ReachGlobal. ReachGlobal has over 550 missionaries, 120 partnerships, and spiritual influence in over 75 countries.

The primary focus of ReachGlobal ministry is developing, empowering and releasing healthy nationals and healthy leaders to reach their own people with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

 

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