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New Life is extremely proud of our commitment to spreading the Gospel around the world. We have partnered with these wonderful missionaries to bring hope to many places in the world in need of the grace of God and the hope of his Kingdom. Please take a few moments to look at the work of each of our missionary partners and be inspired to change the world for Christ! 
 
If you would like to donate to these missionaries, please visit our online giving page here.
 
 
 Phil & Kristy Boardman
Czech Republic
 
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Global Partners has appointed Phil and Kristy to return to the Czech Republic as long-term missionaries. Together they desire to be a light in a darkened city through teaching English. Their vision is to see the Majak Ministry Center and Brno become places where Czech Christians are reaching out to nonbelievers. 

 Jarvis & Sue Ferguson
Ibero-America Area Director
 
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In June 2008 Jarvis began serving as Global Partners’ area director for the Ibero-America area (formerly known as the Latin America area). Together, both Jarvis and Sue enjoy serving national church leaders and Global Partners missionaries in the 19 countries that makeup the Ibero-America area. They desire to see God continue His work in raising up a strong Latino Church that transforms the nations of the world with Christ’s love.
 Timothy & Tiffany Gallant
Cambodia
 
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As missionaries Tim & Tiffany vision is to see “no dark places” remaining in Cambodia with all villages having a community of faith that is obediently and faithfully sharing the gospel of Jesus in word and deed. By equipping Christians to share their faith with their friends and people in the community. They are committed to a lifestyle of service and witness, helping others see Christ.
Tim and Tiffany have two children: Katherine (’08) and Jonathan (’12).
Wes & Susie Munsell
Haiti
 
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Wes will be the mission station manager in Haiti, caring for the maintenance needs of the grounds, the mission housing, and the new hospital. Susie will coordinate medical teams, working with the team as they bring healing and the gospel to patients at the hospital and in villages. Wes and Susie’s most important role will be to carry the message of God’s love and salvation to the Haitian people.

Wes and Susie have two children: Jeremiah (’95) and Sarah (’98).

John & Marge Connor
Pacific Area Director
 
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 The Connors served their first term as missionaries to Zambia from 1970 to 1982. They transferred to South Korea where they worked until 1991. They were then appointed as consultants for church development until 2003 when John was appointed director for the JESUS Film Partnership of Global Partners, and in addition, he was appointed in 2009 to also serve as the GP Pacific area director.

The Connors’ ministry revolves around national church relations in the Pacific and the JESUS Film Partnership in all units under Global Partners. Their vision for missionary service is to see maturing Wesleyan churches being planted throughout the world.
John and Marge have two grown children and four grandchildren.
 
 Ryan & Sarah Schmitz
Nicaragua
 
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Global Partners has appointed Ryan and Sarah to long-term missionary serve in Nicaragua. It is their desire to serve the Nicaraguan church by hosting short-term mission teams in order for individuals, families, and communities to learn more about Christ and experience His redemptive power. They want to build relationships with the Nicaraguans through economic development and athletic ministries with the hope of leading people to Jesus.

Ryan and Sarah have four children: Micah (’03), Eva (’04), Abel (’07), and Esme (’09)
 
Chris & Penelope Kauffman
Bridges International
Ohio State University
 
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 Chris & Penelope’s call to missions is for the international students at Ohio State University. They serve with Bridges International. Bridges International is a caring community of Christ-followers committed to serve, promote social connections and engage in spiritual conversations with international students so that students become leaders

 

 
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