Rick & Pam Box
Serving in Colombia with Mission to the World
Rick and Pam served as MTW missionaries in Bogota, Colombia between 1993 and 2001 where Rick was a church planter and the team leader. During that time, by God’s grace, reformed churches were constituted, a Colombian presbytery formed, and a national leadership training program established.
From 2001 to 2006 Rick and Pam move to Mexico City, Mexico, where Rick served as the MTW Mexico country director. In 2007, Rick and Pam returned to Bogota, Colombia to minister through church planting and theological training and act as MTW’s country director.
Paul & Dawn Fisher
Paul and Dawn have been missionaries in Mexico since 1987 and have been serving in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco since 2002 where they live with their ten children.
Paul is director of the NACL Initiative working the streets of the inner city, primarily among local drug addicts and dealers, gangs, prostitutes, street kids, local residents and the homeless. He and his team conduct ongoing missions of evangelization, discipleship, mercy and justice, and operations of intervention, rescue and rehabilitation. Paul is also actively involved in reaching the growing biker community of Mexico with the Gospel. He is founder of the “Disciples” Motorcycle Club ministry and a church planter and pastor of the first Biker Church of Guadalajara. He is also worship director at Christ the Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
Robert and Debbie
Robert was raised in a Christian home, but it was not until college that he accepted Christ. Robert graduated with a B.S. in biology in 1981. Debbie grew up in Texas, where she became a Christian as a child. She holds a B.S. degree in elementary education. Robert and Debbie were married in 1982. In 1986, Robert received an M.A. degree in Bible from Columbia International University.
While Robert was in seminary, the Lord began giving him and Debbie a burden for people groups who had no translation of the Bible in their own language. In 1989 the doors began to open for the Hales to begin linguistic training with Wycliffe Bible Translators.
The Hales first arrived in (…………….) in Africa in 1995, working under a cooperative agreement with Wycliffe and were assigned to the (…………) translation project. They continue to work with the (………) people as well as helping out on a larger scale with other translation projects in the country. Their prayer is that lives would be redeemed and changed through God’s living Work translated into the languages of the country in which the serve.
…some information has been left out because of the lack of stability of the area in which they work.
Peru – Serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators
Jim was born in Peru where his parents served with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Growing up in Peru gave Jim a familiarity with the Spanish language and culture. He graduated from Wheaton College with a B.A. in biblical studies and anthropology. Later Jim received an M. Div. From Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary and was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America. In 2007 Jim completed his Ph. D. in intercultural studies through Fuller Theological Seminary. Jim met Ellen in Dallas, where they each received an M.A. in linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington. They were married in 1983. In the fall of 2002, the New Testament was presented to the North Conchucos Quechua of the Peruvian Andes, and work on the Old Testament is now almost complete. Just as Jim and Ellen were beginning their sixth term in Bible translation and translation consulting (September 2007), Ellen was diagnosed with glioblastoma which required the Wroughtons to live in the Dallas area. Ellen went to be with the Lord on May 1st, 2012. Though still grieving his loss of Ellen, Jim returned to work in the ministry of Bible translation in Peru in July on 2012. Your prayers mean so much to Jim.
Nathanial Adawonu & New Harvest Missions International
New Harvest is a church planting ministry in Togo where they are involved in not only planting churchs but also training men for the gospel ministry
Other Foreign Missions
There are several other foreign missions that we support but because of the areas in which they are working we do not post information about those ministries on the internet.
Other orginizations we support
- Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
- Living Alternatives--a crisis pregency ministry in Tyler
- Cornerstone Assistance of Tyler--a mercy ministry that seeks to assist and train those in need
- The Gideons
- Christian Women's Job Corps of Tyler