There Was No-one To Take Care Of Me

We work in a small, insignificant country which is officially the poorest country in Europe. It has somehow fallen off the map of the world and its name is regularly air-brushed from newspaper and TV maps  of the area – it is most usually pictured as an un-named country.

Susanna Clarke

Disabled people have been identified as one of the world's most unreached people groups, with up to 95 per cent never having the opportunity to hear the gospel.

Andy and Anca Worsop

I moved to Romania 4 years  ago because I believed God had put it in my heart to serve there as a missionary.

Marcelo & Holly

Marcelo came to know the Lord in his hometown of Assis, Brazil in his early twenties. Holly grew up in Virginia, where she accepted the Gospel at age five. They married in 2010 and worked with a ministry serving families in at-risk communities in southern Brazil.

Lamin and Jayne Dumbaya

Sierra Leone faces significant spiritual & physical challenges, but - praise God - there are many opportunities to show and share the message of Christ with others.