Believer's Express Service, Inc.
"Believer's Express Service, Inc., (BESI) was founded in 1986. HCJB World Radio signed on as partners to provide the transmitter equipment in 1991. The studio and FM transmitter were presented to the McDonalds in June 1992. The ultimate goal is to form a national network, and an international short-wave outlet from Bukavu. Since 1992, with the help of our partner, GALCOM International, we have distributed over 10,000 GALCOM solar-powered, fix-tuned radios to some of the most devastated and remote villages. God has given us a wonderful open door using FM and short-wave radio to broadcast the Gospel of the Grace of God to countries and peoples unreached by other means.
Radio Kahuzi is a Christian radio station established by Richard & Kathy McDonald and has been broadcasting from Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of Congo since 1991. FM 91.1 ministers to a city of over 250,000 people in teh Bukkavu area. Tropical band short-wave 6.210 was added in February 2001. With the addition of a 1,000 watt short-wave transmitter they are reaching a large portion of Central Africa and beyond. Reports are coming in daily from new listeners.
Radio Kahuzi was named for Mt. Kahuzi, well-known home of the Silverback mountain gorillas in the Kahuzi National Game Park, which is the highest peak in Kivu Province. Radio Kahuzi is a Christian radio station established by Richard & Kathy McDonald that has been broadcasting the Gospel from Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of Congo since 1991 on FM 91.1 ministering to a city of over 250,000 people in the Bukavu area with the potential audience of 3 million. Our ministry's primary objectives are to proclaim the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, to prepare believers to live righteously, and to provide humanitarian aid to refugees and people in need."
Things to Come Mission
(TCM) was founded in 1955 by Herbert Palmer. It has been ministering continously throughout the world for over 40 years. They are dedicated to the task of worldwide evangelism through the methods of the Apostle Paul. This involves the preaching of the gospel of salvation through faith in the shed blood of Jesus Christ, the training of believers for ministry and leadership, and the establishing of indigenous, local churches on all fields where they minister.
"Pauline is very active in the ministry of Things to Come Mission. When Joe died in June 2014, Pauline expressed her desire to continuing serving in with TCM in the headquarters in Indianapolis. In September 2014 the TCM board appointed Pauline as a missionary to the home office. Her responsibilities include donations, addresses, publications, secretarial work, office upkeep and banking."
"Set Free Ministries operates a rescue mission which provides shelter and care for people with life controlling sin addiction. The goal of the ministry is to present the gospel message of God's grace to those that seek help through the ministry and allow the Holy Spirit to change their lives. Bob is actively involved in the counseling and discipleship of these individuals. Set Free also seeks to train church leadership to help them make it easier for people with life controlling problems to be assimilated into the local church.
Bob also coordinates as 'grace' oriented marital arts program that uses that medium to develop Christian character in young men and women. Beth Xavier assists Bob with co-counseling of women residents, provides hospitality and a healthy role-model to women residents. She also home schools their three children."
Bob is Director of Set Free Ministries of Bradenton, Florida, and has been a Pastor and Chaplain. Beth works with Bob co-counseling women and provides hospitality and a healthy role model to them.
Word of Grace Mission
The Craeomeyers are church planting in Brazil and ministering to the established churches
"Bernardo and Carol moved from Araraquara, in the state of São Paulo, to the state of Santa Catarina in 1983 and have established 3 churches there, headquartering in Tijucas. Their main ministry is church planting and looking after them.
They travel a good distance doing this every week as the groups are in different towns. A radio ministry also is growing in the town of São João Batista. One of their boys, Paul, recently joined the Mission and is helping in the work in Araraquara, along with his wife, Mariana."
"Leo and Con entered the literature ministry in 1984 focusing on translation and printing. They also are involved with the Americana and Rio Claro churches sharing responsibilities with Leo's parents, Warren and Shirley. Many study books, booklets, tracts, Bible Correspondence Courses, Bible studies, etc., have been translated and printed.
For a partial list of what is available in the Portuguese language, see our Literature page on our website. Literature is sent to individuals, pastors, churches and other missions all over Brazil and also to Portugal. Much of our catalog is sent free-of-charge upon request, as funds allow. "
Grace Ministries International, Inc.
"Joseph is the son of longtime PMA Africa Director and founder of the Grace Churches in Cameroon, the late Rev. Lawrence Asong. While in the University, the call of God upon his life became so overwhelming that he decided to leave University and join with the pastors of the Grace Churches in Cameroon to keep the vision alive after his father went home to glory.
Emmanuela was born in the city of Bamenda in the northwest region of Cameroon. Her family was a strong Christian family and her father, a customs officer, also served as a church planter and elder in their family’s church. After obtaining her advanced level certificate in 2002, she proceeded to the Higher Teacher’s Training College (ENS) in Bambili and graduated with a Higher Diploma in teaching (Economics) after three years. With a firm determination to continue upwards on the educational ladder, she enrolled at the University of Dschang in 2006 where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Economics after two years. Joseph served as a GMI Missionary Intern from 2009-2010. During this time he helped revive some Grace Churches in Cameroon and worked with the leadership there to restructure and focus the vision of the ministry. It was during this time that Joseph met his precious wife, Emmanuela, and they married in December 2011. God has blessed them with a beautiful daughter, Princess, and a son, Anu Tayim Sammy Parker.
Joseph and Emmanuela arrived in Malawi in June 2012 and worked with others to establish the first Bible School with the Grace Churches in Malawi. Theological education and leadership training has been their primary focus, but they are involved in other ministries, such as preaching and teaching in Lilongwe, as well as in other Grace Churches scattered all over Malawi."
Grace Mission Philippines
Harry and Ann Viernes