Missions Outreach Support
Alan Scholes, Associate Director of the International School Project through Cru, works to evangelize, train and disciple public school teachers throughout the world.
Daren and Jody Beck currently serve with ACTION in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Daren serves as Southeast Asia Coordinator in addition to working alongside the local church where he trains, disciples and equips local leaders.
Frank Erb works with the Capitol Commission to provide a pastoral presence in the political communities in California. In these communities, Frank’s purpose is to reach every person with the gospel of Jesus Christ, to disciple them, and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry in whatever arena God chooses to place them.
Henry and Grace Banda lead sports ministry through YOLEDS for young people in Malawi in southern Africa.
Jay and Karen continue to minister in southeast Asia with a heart and vision to see Muslims come to faith in Jesus Christ. While they are also involved in disaster relief and prayer ministries, Jay and Karen’s primary focus is to train and mentor national leaders who have a passion to be involved in church planting among Muslims.
Kennedy and Emily Salano serve in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, as well as other locations in East Africa. Pastor Salano trains pastors and churches to develop cutting-edge evangelism and discipleship through sports and recreation.
Paul Moses is a global leader in the sports ministry movement and the founder and director of Christian Sports Fellowship in Chennai, India. Along with his wife Grace, Paul works through CSF to use sports tournaments and clinics to present the gospel and create small groups (churches) in order to disciple Hindus and Muslims who come to faith.
In addition to this work in CSF, Sangita Charitable Trust is a Christian orphanage in Chennai, which cares for any child who needs home, food, love, and education irrespective of caste, religion, or denominations. The trust was founded in 1997 in memory of Paul and Grace Moses’ daughter Sangita, who passed away in 1991. This organization at present has 95 children, from ages 2 to 18, who are residents.
Ruth Veltkamp has worked in Nigeria as a missionary teacher for over 40 years, strengthening former Muslims who have turned to Christ. She works through the West Michigan Kingdom Coalition to find prospective missionaries and missions partners for reaching the Muslim nations. She is also a consultant for a church-planting movement among Muslims.
Steve and Dawn Liberti, working through NAB Conference and Proclaim Ministries, come alongside churches and church planters and help them with public evangelism in the public forum. They work in Eastern and Western Europe, North Africa, Central Asia and The Balkans to train, equip and mobilize local churches to grow, multiply and reach their communities.
Thamsing Dilbung was born to Christian missionary parents in Dimapur, Nagaland (NE India). He was trained for sports ministry at the YWAM School of Sport Ministry and by Church Sports International. Thamsing has founded Taekwondo for Christ in Nagaland and leads a Church Sports Ministry training program. Thamsing works with his wife Ring.
Nor-Cal Association of Churches actively plants new churches in Northern California. They helped plant Lincoln Hills Community Church and the Pleasant Grove Community Church.
Sacramento Valley Teen Challenge has been helping men and women break free of their life-controlling problems through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Other Outreach Ministries Include: Community Christian School (CCS), Operation Christmas Child, and Salt Mine Food Bank.