Our Missions at Home and Abroad
Dr. Stephanie Black
Stephanie is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Stephanie is the International Theological Specialist for Serge (formerly World Harvest Mission) in partnership with EPC World Outreach. She is based in Dublin, Ireland (the least evangelized English-speaking country). She is teaching in theological institutions alongside Serge’s church-planting efforts, helping Serge develop and strengthen partnerships in theological education, and equipping others to participate in theological training in cross-cultural settings. https://www.serge.org/staff/id-57005/
Jon & Jennie Justine
Jon & Jennie, along with their children, Judah, Levi, Liam, Caeden, and Karenna serve with YWAM (Youth with a Mission) in Northern Thailand. “Our ministry's focus is to make disciples among the student community of Chiang Rai. Helping young Thais grow in their relationships with Christ and with one another, equipping them to serve others with their gifts and talents. We are committed to provide opportunities for discipleship, corporate worship, fellowship and outreach. http://www.thejustines.com/
Dr. Dave and Margie Burgess
Dave is serving as an orthopedic surgeon with the Beit Cure Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi along with his wife Margie. They are serving through SIM and EPC World Outreach. They have been sharing the gospel with the people of Malawi, as well as meeting the people’s physical needs. As they shared in a recent letter, “It looks as though we will be leaving Malawi on a permanent basis in March or April 2016. Although we hope to continue to come and go to the hospital to help with the work, there are many reasons why we may not be able to continue to live here full time. http://sim.org/
Ramsey & Heather Persing
Ramsey and Heather are on staff with CRU (formerly known as Campus Crusade for Christ), at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. They minister on the campus of WVU, sharing the Gospel and building up and encouraging the body of Christ on that campus. https://give.cru.org/0583325
ComfortCare Women's Health
Comfort Care Women’s Health in Staunton, Waynesboro, and Lexington, Virginia – a local health center specializing in the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of unplanned pregnancy. This ministry is a 501c3 in our area providing amazing results for new faith among women coping with decisions about the young life conceived within them. In addition to regular financial support, we collect baby bottles of change, and regularly pray for Comfort Care. http://www.ccwomenshealth.org/
Advancing Native Missions
Advancing Native Mission (ANM) is a US-based agency called to seek out, evaluate, and send support to indigenous mission groups throughout the world. They advocate for, encourage, and equip indigenous missionaries around the world to hasten world evangelization. Specifically, we support the ministry of Sister Miriam, who serves God by sharing the gospel in South Asia, primarily with people on a small island community. She carries copies of Luke and Acts and the Jesus Film, which she shows and distributes as often as she is able. http://advancingnativemissions.com
Valley Young Life &
We support Dave Harris of the Young Life club at Wilson Memorial High School.
Young Life thinks the world of kids. They believe that they deserve to know what life can hold for them. Young Life leaders are caring adults who come sharing that hope as well as fun in the form of lasting friendships. They promise to always share Truth about Jesus Christ and have a whole lot of FUN!