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 "And Jesus came and said to them, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,  teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.'”

Matthew 28:18-20


Germany Nick & Elise Bullock - After earning the M.Div. from RTS Jackson Nick was called as 7th pastor of Second Presbyterian Church of Yazoo City where he served for 3 years prior to accepting the call to church plant in Stuttgart, Germany with Ministry to the Military and Internationals. The Bullocks have two sons, Haddon and Benjamin.


Belgium Matt Lamos - He earned his Masters of Divinity at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, doing much of his study by distance from Belgium while serving in various churches there. He has been called by the Blue Ridge Presbytery of the PCA to evangelism and church planting in Ghent, Belgium, a city of some 260,000 people that lies about 40 miles west of the capital city of Brussels. The country of Belgium is historically Roman Catholic but now secular and pluralistic.


Taiwan Brenda Carter has been serving in Taiwan since 1986 with MTW. Over the years, the Hakkas have been considered resistant to the gospel, but when the facts are studied, they have been a neglected group. Brenda hopes you will join in the work of giving the Hakka Chinese an opportunity to hear the gospel. Brenda is a member of Covenant Church.

MINTS International Seminary

MINTS International Seminary MINTS equips pastors, Christian workers, church planters, and professors through our theological degree programs. MINTS offers – a Certificate, an Associate of Arts, a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Arts, and a Master of Divinity, in Theological Studies. For those who want to use their education to teach others, the Doctor of Ministry and Doctor of Philosophy are offered. As of 2019, we have 4,290 graduates serving in churches and ministries around the world.

Church Without Walls

Church Without Walls Ian Coulter is a director of the Church Without Walls (CWW) ministry in Texas and President of the Biblical Institute for Islamic Studies of Greater Houston (BIIS-GH). His 15,000 mile journey across Islamic Asia in 1974 led to empathy for the Islamic peoples. He has been active in organizing Meetings for Better Understanding between Muslim and Christian communities in Texas since 1990 and also in educating and equipping Christians for ministry to Muslims.


Chile John & Cathy Rug - Currently they are working with the Viña del Mar church-planting effort in Reñaca and applying the gospel to Chile's "disposable" peoples, including the blind and children who have been abandoned. In order to facilitate a church-planting movement to this largely overlooked group of people, the Rugs minister to them. This is done through the work of a resource center for the disabled, in cooperation with the church-planting effort in Viña del Mar.


Italy Mike & Ivana Cuneo - Michael was ordained by Calvary Presbytery (PCA) in 2007 and was sent as a pastor/missionary to Viterbo, Italy, which is about an hour and a half northwest of Rome. He is laboring for the planting and building up of Italian Confessional Presbyterian and Reformed churches. Mike is married to Ivana, a native of Palermo, Sicily. She has been a believer for more than 30 years. They are engaged in a wide array of activities, ministering to those inside & outside the church


Japan Kaz & Katie Yaegashi - Kaz serves as an evangelist/pastor at the Yamagata Chapel (Orthodox Presbyterian), teaches at a high school and an extension seminary, and works as a wedding counselor! Kaz is married to Katie and they have five children.

Reformed University Fellowship

Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) Covenant supports on campus ministries at Texas A&M, the University of Houston, and Rice University.

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (GPTS) As a theological seminary in the confessional Presbyterian and Reformed tradition, we exist to serve the church of today and tomorrow by equipping men for the ministry without saddling them with a burden of student loan debt. Our mission is to equip men to be preachers, pastors, and churchmen for Christ’s Kingdom among the nations in the context of biblical fidelity, confessional integrity, experimental piety, and ecclesiastical authority.

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