Dan and Sarah Chetti, are the first International Ministries global servants in the Arab World. They have been in Lebanon for over a decade and have continued to serve through the Israel-Hezbollah fighting and the “Arab Spring” and “Arab Winter.” They believe these are moments of great challenge, yet opportune times in the Arab World.
Ann and Bruce are serving as regional consultants with partner Baptist conventions in the Asia-Pacific Region along with several other locations. They are serving by helping theological education, church-based community and economic development, servant leadership, social entrepreneurship, cross-cultural global servant training and ministry with refugees.
Katrina and Kyle Williams have returned home to the US after working in partnership with the Baptist Community of Congo. They are speaking in churches around the nation and praying over where God is wanting them to go for their next assignment. The Williams homeschool their four children.
The Myers' are serving with Ethnos360 and are serving in the middle of the jungle - Kaje Land.F ew countries can match the cultural diversity of Papua New Guinea, whose 7 million people speak more than 800 languages, and live mostly in rural, indigenous communities. The Myers' help students learn to read & write in their own language.
Currently Serving with International Ministries, serving as a global consultant for Training Through Restorative Arts, she partners with IM colleagues, national church leadership and social change organizations to seek justice, healing and transformation through restorative art. As sinner & saint, she sees beauty in broken places, wonder in wounded people & life in loving God & others.
The Arnold's are currently serving with Children of the Nations, which
dedicates to provide responsible care to orphaned and destitute children by the equipping of nationals, giving children every possible advantage available to grow in a stable, Christ-centered environment, empowering them to be the leaders of tomorrow.