MISSIONARIES WE SUPPORT
Paul & Beth Cross | Honduras, Central America
Honduras is a country known for it's beautiful mountains covered in long needle pines and friendly people. The tropical climate supports lush coffee and banana plantations along with a variety of other tropical delights. It is about the size of the state of Ohio with a population of almost 7 million people. The average income is about $700 a year. Missionaries Paul and Beth Cross arrived in Honduras almost 55 years ago. At that time there were approximately 50 CAM (Central American Mission) churches. Today there are over 400 churches preaching the gospel. Church planting and development in rural areas is at the center of the Cross’ heart.
Pastor Olvin & Family | Honduras, Central America
Pastor Olvin and his family serve as lead pastor for a rural church on the outskirts of La Esperansa, Honduras. One of CenterPoint’s short term mission teams built a church building for them out of cement block and we have adopted them as CenterPoint ministry partners. The people of the area sustain themselves primarily with their own crops and hard labor. Pastor Olvin is a dynamic pastor that is growing this church under difficult circumstances. Please be praying for his family with us.
The Ray Family | South Sudan
Leroy and Amanda Ray now serve in South Sudan, as part of a mission team for the Commission to Every Nation. Leroy & Amanda have six children: Essence, Patience, Loring, Boaz, Reuben and Orrin.
The Dubois Family | Waxhaw, NC
Paul & Christy worked with Wycliffe Associates for nine years, mostly in Cameroon. After joining Wycliffe Bible Translators in 2012, they now serve in the JAARS community in Waxhaw, NC. Paul serves as the Construction & Maintenance (CAM) Mission Team Manager, working with church teams that volunteer with maintenance-related service at the JAARS center. Christy invests in women in our missions and church communities through personal contact and prayer, and practical service. Their passion is caring for the hearts and souls of missionaries, using their skills to encourage and strengthen others. They are thankful God has placed them in Waxhaw for this time, and see His hand working in and through their family..
Dr. Mark & Yvonne Snell | Cameroon, Africa
Dr. Mark and Yvonne Snell serve full-time at Mbingo Baptist Hospital in the Northwest of Cameroon. Mark is the Program director of the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons general surgery residency program at Mbingo Baptist Hospital. Yvonne ministers to the PAACS resident wives through Bible study and mentoring. She also tutors students after school, works in the volunteer office for visitors and teaches sewing lessons. Partner with Dr. Mark & Yvonne as they train and disciple African surgeons to glorify God and to provide excellent, compassionate care to those most in need.
HIS LITTLE FEET | Colorado
His Little Feet exists to help, love and train orphaned and vulnerable children worldwide.
The purpose of His Little Feet is to give a voice to the millions of children around the world who do not have a voice, and to equip people to practically respond to the needs of orphaned and vulnerable children worldwide.
Through His Little Feet, children around the world in need are helped, loved and trained in the following ways:
Children in His Little Feet are given the life changing opportunity be a part of the His Little Feet International Children’s Choir. While the children are in the choir they also participate in the His Little Feet Life Training Academy where they are tutoring and trained in academics, performing arts and life skills.
Children in 26 countries around the world receive an education, medical care, and the opportunity to hear about Jesus and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God.
Children in orphanages all around the world including Africa, Bahamas, Bolivia, Costa Rica, China, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Rwanda, Uganda, Ukraine, United States, are visited and cared for by loving Christian adults.
Children in China, Colombia, Ethiopia, India, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan and the United States who need a family are given permanent families.