Ministries We Support

Spanish Radio and TV Mission

Jose and Rosalia Gandara are native Cubans now living near Orlando, Florida. Every year they make mission trips back to their homeland bringing Bibles, books, and audio tapes to the churches in Cuba. Jose also broadcasts Bible lessons, sermons, and Christian music into Latin America by way of short-wave radio. He and his wife are also eager to do personal work with the large Hispanic community in Florida.


To Every Tribe Ministries

To Every Tribe Ministries exists to glorify God by planting evangelical Christian churches in the interior, unevangelized regions of Papua New Guinea and Mexico. To Every Tribe Ministry is led by David Sitton, a longtime resident missionary in Papua, New Guineal, and now living in Texas with frequent trips back to his former mission field and also to the remote mountain peoples of Mexico. They will encourage people to go with them on their missionary visits, see their website.


Rafiki Foundation

The Rafiki Foundation is an organization that seeks to help Africans know God and raise their standard of living. The Rafiki Foundation has ministries to help orphans and widows in Africa. They are located in the ten countries of Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia. 


The Leightons

Matt and Nuria Leighton are missionaries in Barcelona, Spain. Matt with his colleague, Steve Phillips, are pastoring an Evangelical church just outside the city and working hard to promote theological education among the Spanish churches and pastors. While Steve is doing most of the pastoral work, Matt is chiefly involved with Christian education.


The Montgomerys

Steve and Eugenia Montgomery are veteran missionaries now living in Lousiana where Steve is pastor of a small church. Steve was called to the ministry while serving in the US Navy during World War II, and the people God called him to reach were the Japanese he was then fighting. After several years in Japan, he and his wife moved to Brazil to minister among the large Japanese community in that country. Over time, they branched out to other ministries, and have planted several churches in Brazil. Because of age and health concerns they moved back to the States a few years ago.