Southport Presbyterian Global Workers and Partners
Susan Berlemann serves with Campus Crusade for Christ’s Executive Ministries, an interdenominational ministry committed to helping fulfill the Great Commission by reaching out to the executive, professional, and leadership community.
Bruce and Kathy McClenahan serve with Campus Crusade for Christ. Bruce leads the Discipleship Strategies and the Leadership Teams for the JESUS Film Project. Kathy is a part-time team leader and team administrator of the JESUS Film Missions Teams (JFMT) and is also the full-time Crisis Manager.
Debbie Wittig has served with One Mission Society as a school teacher for missionary kids (MKs) in India, Japan, and the South Pacific. Through the years, she has taught everything from kindergarten to high school English. Debbie also has sought to make a difference in the lives of people in her community through involvement in her church and with friendship evangelism. Debbie currently teaches at the Christian Academy in Mozambique where children of mission families and international business families attend school.
Mark Wittig directs the Christian Union Sports Club in Medellin, Colombia. His ministry evolved out of a neighborhood soccer tournament organized as a way to reach out with the Gospel to young men being recruited into the life of violence and crime spawned by the Medellín Drug Cartel. With over 2000 participants from the poorest areas of the city, the CUSC provides Christian leadership training to equip them with practical business and servant leadership skills.
Kathy Fouts serves on the Missionary and Family Life Team with One Mission Society (OMS), called to encourage, nurture and strengthen OMS missionaries and families. Kathy coordinates a flow of care, preventative and restorative, key to a missionary’s personal resilience, team effectiveness and longevity.
Wheeler Ministries is an inner-city shelter for homeless men, combining Bible study and worship services with social outreach in Indianapolis.
Perry Township Religious Education Association provides weekday education to 4th and 5th graders at the nine elementary schools of Perry Township.
Bob and Maria Hill are with Greater Europe Mission serving as a teacher and Dean of Students at the Greek Bible Institute in Athens.
George and Maria Weber are involved in pastoral, radio, and recording ministries to the Hispanic people of San Antonio, Texas, and throughout the US and Mexico.
Dave and Jean Wunsch serve with Mission Aviation Fellowship. Dave is the Director of Operations Support. Jean works full time in the Development Department of MAF in the Ministry Partnership as a counselor.
Overseas Council International, newly merged with United World Mission, partners with 130 seminaries and Bible colleges in 70 countries with 58,000 students taking courses in about 300 institutes and strategic ministries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
Faith Ministries is a border ministry developed by Deantin Guerra along the Mexico border with Texas and several National Presbyterian Churches of Mexico to share the Good News with Mexican people along the border, construct homes and churches, and to provide medical care, clothing and food.
Mark and Michelle Dinnage serve in Taiwan with One Mission Society partnering with a Taiwanese church to share the Gospel through teaching conversational English classes, leading English Bible studies, and conducting English worship services.
Keir Thelander ministers in a medical, teaching, and discipleship ministry with the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons. Keir serves as PAACS Chief Medical Officer supervising 13 hospitals throughout Africa.
Josh and Julie Wentz and their children are global workers in a Middle Eastern nation with Light International.
Adrienne Moryn serves with PROeM Ministries at Tomy Center in Tomaszow Mazowiecki, Poland. She is a missionary teacher and youth center coordinator.
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic seeks to promote justice through legal representation and education for low-income people as a way to demonstrate Jesus’ love as well as to share the Good News of Jesus.
Life Centers – The mission of Life Centers is to affirm the value of life by providing a network of care to those experiencing pregnancy-related crises and compassionately presenting biblical truth resulting in changed lives to the glory of God.
Kathi Small serves with TEAM in Guatemala at the Central American Theological Seminary, (SETECA) a Guatemalan-run seminary helping staff train seminarians from many other Spanish-speaking countries as it prepares men and women to lead the church around the world.
Alma Shaipi is an Albanian national who serves with Campus Crusade for Christ ministering to high school students in culturally Muslim Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
Jeff and Amy Brake serve with Mission Training International in Colorado teaching missionary candidate participants the valuable skills that will enable them to endure, thrive, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ even while under long-term, unrelenting stress.
Tim and Karen Mindling are EPC global workers who for over twenty years lived and worked in Afghanistan with an international Christian organization setting up and supporting eye care. Tim currently works jointly with EPC and SEND International.
Bill Corbin serves with the Coalition for College Outreach in Findlay, Ohio reaching out to college students at Findlay University, Bluffton University, and Owens Community College helping them develop and live out their Christian faith in all areas of life.
Andy and Emily Eatough serve with Wycliffe Bible Translators. After a lifetime in Asia, the whole family relocated to the U.S. where Andy is teaching at Wycliffe’s Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics preparing students to serve cross-culturally.
Anne Alexander serves with OMF International as a Storytelling Specialist. The Bible needs to be communicated orally through stories so everyone can know God. Anne serves as a ministry coach and helps to equip individuals, churches, mission teams, and educators internationally through workshops.
Scott and Beth Kane and family serve with Leadership Development International (LDI) in East Asia. Scott teaches in an international school and Beth works with local and international women and children.
Brandon Fields serves with Central Indiana Youth for Christ. Brandon is Campus Life Director for Southport building mentoring relationships with and discipling students at Southport High School.
Michael Gearhart serves with One Mission Society. He is a talented video editor with a passion for good storytelling, and through video, he seeks to unite and inspire others with the hope of Jesus.
Rev. Paul and Charlotte Mpindi serve with Mission French Africa Ministries which exists to preach and teach the Gospel to win French speaking African Muslims to Christ, disciple African Christians in Biblical stewardship, and encourage the Body of Christ in America. Their daily evangelistic radio broadcasts on six stations in Congo, the Central African Republic and Benin are followed up by teams of pastors and counselors.
Anna Seitz serves as a recruiter for Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Louisville, KY
Gabi Parsell serves with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Louisville, KY
Brandon Crosley serves with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Mazatlan, Mexico
Sam and Christa serve with EPC World Outreach as Global workers in Russia.
David and Meg serve with EPC World Outreach as Global workers.
Adger and Sandra serve with EPC World Outreach as Global workers.
David and Conce Roof serve with One Mission Society in a pioneering work in the northern region of Brazil. They live in Belem, at the mouth of the Amazon River, where they are planting churches.
Brett Westbrook serves with Crescent Project, a ministry founded by Fouad Masri in 1993 to help Christians overcome barriers to building spiritually fruitful friendships with Muslims. Brett leads a study entitled Bridges which introduces Christians to Islam and paves the way for building relationships with Muslims in their community.
Scott and Colleen Burdsall are preparing to move to London, England to help start a church in a multi-ethnic community. Their hope and compelling desire is to see brothers and sisters from varied backgrounds and ethnicities worship the Lord s one body in the church and to continue the process of growing disciples.
Jason and Gail Lantz serve with the Network of International Schools (NICS) at the American International School (AIS) in Accra, Ghana along the Atlantic coast of Africa. AIS is a Bible-based college-prep school serving a community of students rom over two dozen different countries, ranging from preschool to high school. The goal of AIS is to prepare minds, transform hearts and empower hands.