MISSIONARIES WE SUPPORT
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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 45 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 World Outreach Ministry Foundation.
The Dubois Family | Cameroon, Africa
Paul and Christy serve Wycliffe Bible Translators and help advance Bible translation through their work at the JAARS center in Waxhaw, NC. Paul is a Construction Specialist, and Christy is preparing to serve in Transition Ministries, supporting those who are between assignments or transitioning between places..
The Henry Family | Eatonville, WA
Serving with Trinity Aviation Academy
"Training pilots and mechanics to aid in the Great Commission."
Trinity Aviation Academy is a not-for-profit flight and mechanic school founded with the sole purpose of training new pilot/mechanics for the mission field. The Henry family serves as full-time staff at Trinity and live on-site. Tad is the Director of Academics and the Administrator, Hope is mentor to the students and responsible for discipling them and creating missionaries. Trinity’s staff is all-volunteer and we rely on the support of the Body of Christ as a whole to carry out this work. We are missionaries to the missionaries!