Chris Cartright

Chris Cartright


Missionary to Spanish speaking populations in Ohio.

John and Mihyon Humphrey

John and Mihyon Humphrey

South Korea

We are church planting in East Auckland, New Zealand.  Having recently returned to New Zealand after a five year ministry in South Korea, we are primarily engaged in evangelism and discipleship.  We have various evangelistic Bible studies as well as discipleship Bible studies, working to develop mature Christians and mature Christian leadership with which we can start a church. 

connect with them wvhumphrey@gmail.com

Zach and Amanda Heaberlin

Zach and Amanda Heaberlin

Yunnan, China

Church planting missionaries in Southwestern China. 

connect with them at amanda.zach@yahoo.com

Jaron and Nicki Rogers

Jaron and Nicki Rogers


Hello! We are Jaron and Nicki Rogers and we have two children, Noelia & Evalie. Our vision is to intentionally disciple local believers, train them up in The Word, so they then can replicate and multiply to expand the Kingdom.
It is our desire to establish strong national churches in Carrazo, Nicaragua. Our purpose is threefold: Evangelize (personally and via church outreach); Baptize believers (thus establishing the local church); teach (train,disciple) believers in the Word of God so that they may “rightly divide the Word of Truth” jaron.rogers@bbfimissions.org

John and Rebecca Fulks

John and Rebecca Fulks

Kenya, Africa

John and Rebecca Fulks lived in Uganda from 1999-2014; in 2014 they moved to Kijabe, Kenya and joined Rift Valley Academy. They have five children: Johnny, Jacob, Lynnsi, Aaron, and Benjamin. While in Uganda, John was President of the Global Theological Seminary (GTS), a non-denominational school committed to equipping pastors and church leaders for the ministry of preaching and teaching the Bible. John remains on the GTS faculty and is Academic Dean. Rift Valley Academy has about 500 students and is a boarding school that supports missionary parents by providing high quality education and discipleship to their children. All 100+ staff at RVA are missionaries themselves. Because missionaries serve at RVA, missionaries can stay on African soil instead of going home for their children’s education. Their own children and family benefited from RVA and they now view it as a strategic location from which to train future missionaries for many African nations and around the world. John is Principal for High School and Jr. High and Rebecca is Executive Assistant to the Superintendent. 
connect johnfulks@gtsuganda.org

Diana Farrell

Diana Farrell

Uganda, Africa

Diana Ferrell is a Global Outreach International missionary living and working in Jinja, Uganda, East Africa. She oversees several different projects, involving training and children’s clinic work, under the umbrella of the Compassionate Women Initiative: Compassionate Women Working in Communities training, the Children’s Clinic which is part of the Out Patient Department of the Jinja Hospital, the Children’s Ward of the Moyo Hospital, Wise Choices for Life Training (Reproductive Health), and Relief Work through medical supplies to government health centers and in refugee camps of the South Sudanese. 

Cindy Faile

Cindy Faile

Mali, Africa

I am currently working in Mali, Africa.  I’ve been working as a missionary to Mali since 1985, arriving in Mali in 1989 and working in church planting as a church planting assistant.  Since the end of 1995 I have been working at Buckle Bible Institute (IBB – Institut Biblique de la Boucle) in Gao, Mali.  Specifically, I’m a professor in our regular program at the Bible institute along with being the director and professor of the women’s program and working as school administrator and other positions at the school.  Apart from the school, I work through our local church in Gao being involved in the women’s and children’s ministries, visitation for evangelism and discipleship and leadership training.  God has also given me the privilege of modular teaching in other areas of Mali outside of Gao for ladies’ groups working through the local churches. 

Outreaches We Partner With

Huntington City Mission

The Huntington City Mission is a non-profit, non-denominational Christian organization established to meet the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of spiritual needs of those who are homeless, or at risk of being homeless, in our community. We serve over 100,000 meals, offer over 50,000 nights lodging, offer free clothing to those that need it, and preach hope and redemption through Jesus Christ.


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Global Theological Seminary

Global Theological Seminary is a non-denominational school committed to equipping native pastors and church leaders for the ministry of preaching and teaching the Bible.

Two-Hearts Pregnancy Center

wo Hearts Pregnancy Care Center in Ashland, KY, Lawrence Co. Ky, and Lawrence Co. Ohio, was founded by a group of Christians concerned about women and unplanned pregnancy. The centers exist to offer alternatives to abortion, and give hope and help to women facing unplanned pregnancies.

Ironton City Mission

The Ironton City Mission is operated by the City Mission Church in Ironton, OH.  There motto is, “the door of hope to the unfortunate.”  Every year hundreds of families are given food and over 1,000 children are given toys.  It is made possible by the generosity of individuals, churches, schools & other groups.


Good Shepherd’s Fold Orphanage

Good Shepherd’s Fold was established in 1994 with the purpose and primary vision of evangelizing orphan and destitute children of Uganda with the good news of Jesus Christ by providing for their physical, spiritual, educational and medical needs.  The ministry of GSF has grown over the years to include a primary school with 400 students, feeding programs for needy people in the community, scholarship programs, farming, discipleship training and other forms of outreach.  Several missionary families serve alongside over 80 Ugandan staff each day in the various ministries of GSF.



Macedonian Medical Missions