Training Peruvians for ministry
Ten Years at Grace Church
Riding the waves in Malawi
Serving in the sunny south east.
Why me? Why me? Is there not someone better than me to receive this gift?
Gospel Ministry in Ivory Coast
Sowing the Word amongst students in Athens
"Should I not be concerned about that great city?"
Student Ministry in Barcelona
Building a Gospel Church in Killorglin
Always being prepared to give a reason.
Kip’ and Rachel Chelashaw are preparing to go to Nairobi, Kenya, to plant a church in this fast-growing city.
Becca was brought up in Carmarthen in a Christian home and always believed in God, but came to realise that knowing about God wasn’t enough. Since becoming a Christian she has been interested in mission and has felt a growing sense of God’s call to mission work.
Originally from Cookstown in County Tyrone, N.Ireland, Ruth became a Christian when she was 4 years old.
Stephen & Nikki Childs lead a church planting team in Castlebar, Co. Mayo, in the West of Ireland. Calvary Church Castlebar had its first Sunday meeting in September 2013 and regularly welcomes people from up to 6 nationalities!
Europe is fast becoming the new mission field for the Christian world. Now the continent with the fewest percentage of evangelicals, it is increasingly harder to be taken seriously intellectually if you profess Christ. The universities, once founded to know God and His ways in the world are now amongst the most secular institutions in Western Europe.
Church planting in unreached areas of France.
Shining the light of the Gospel in the city of Bordeaux.
Sharing the Gospel in France
Practical projects around the world.
Working with children in Sierra Leone.
Persevering Ministry in Brittany
Using technology to spread the Word of God.
Teaching theology in Africa (first in Nigeria for 15 years and now in Kenya for 15 years) has been… well, many words could be used, but ‘fascinating’ is one of them!
James & Julia work in the Republic of Ireland with the Calvary Mission which has the dual aim to plant churches and to facilitate and encourage more missionaries to labour in the west of Ireland.