We feel called as a church to assist in spreading the Gospel around the world. One of the ways we do that is by providing regular financial support to several missionaries and their ministries. For more information about these missionaries, please feel free to visit their websites (if provided) or contact the GBC Missions Committee.
Robert & Barbara Campbell
Robert & Barbara live in Ben Wheeler, Texas. They are translating books of the Bible into the language of the Jamamadi Indians in the Brazilian state of Amazonas. They are with Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Steve and Robin work with the Jamamadi Indians in the Brazilian state of Amazonas. Their work is to help with medical, mechanical and countless other ministry opportunites with the indians and missionary families. This frees up Jon so he can focus on translating God's word into their language.
Jonathan & Rosa Campbell Children: Hannah & Samuel
Missionary Companion Ministries
P.O. Box 26237
Fayetteville NC 28314
Jon and Rosa live in Ben Wheeler, Texas and are hard at work translating different books of the Bible for the Jamamadi Indians of Brazil.
Tim & Ginny Good Children: Matthew, Elizabeth, Krisha & Aneta
ul.Bukowa 9 Zgierz 95-100 Poland
Trust in the LORD and do good; dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture. Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him and he will do this.Psalm 37:3-5
The Good's ministry is working the Word of Life Program Their purpose is to reach teens of Poland
Jeni will serve on the leadership team at the New Life Center Foundation (NLCF) in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Established in 1987, the New Life Center serves young ethnic minority (tribal) women who are at risk for, or survivors of, human trafficking, forced labor and sexual abuse. NLCF residents are provided with shelter, education, vocational and life skills training and legal assistance. Special therapeutic activities for survivors include comprehensive art, dance and music therapy and individual counseling.
With degrees in development and Christian theology, Jeni will provide administrative support, Christian discipleship and financial literacy training to NLCF staff and program beneficiaries. In partnership with the NLCF's senior staff, she will write grants, oversee the monitoring and evaluation of program outcomes and assist with public relations.