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Meet Our Missionaries!!!
TWA Guam - The Gregson Family

Doug & Denise Gregson & Family

Doug and Denise Gregson – Transworld Radio (TWR), Guam Doug Gregson began engineering ministry with TWR in Sri Lanka in 1988, moving to Guam a few years later. Denise served seven years with Campus Crusade for Christ in Community Health Evangelism and Campus Ministry in Swaziland, Africa. Doug and Denise were engaged in 1996 while Doug was working on the European Satellite Distribution Center.

Doug currently works as Guam’s Computer Systems Administrator, crossing over into engineering when needed. Denise homeschools their daughters Sarah and Joy and is involved in ministry through the local church, in the neighborhood (Kid's Klub) and through the local homeschool group leadership.

Thom & Ellen Schotanus

Thom & Ellen Schotanus

Thom & Ellen Schotanus serve in Cameroon and are stationed at Mbingo Baptist Hospital, a 250-bed facility in beautiful rural Northwest Cameroon. Thom works as the projects supervisor for the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Ministries and is involved with all phases of construction. He also leads weekly Bible studies and teaches in a small rural church in Baicham. Ellen's work includes hospitality, teaching deaf at school, teacher training, and embroidery work with leprosy patients. 

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Bill & Kathy Martin - Senegal

Bill & Kathy Martin & Family

Bill and Kathy Martin facilitate a church planting movement among an unreached people group. Bill teaches English at the English Resource Center, and leads English Camps. The English Resource Center exists to help university students become more proficient in English listening and speaking skills while cultivating friendship, challenging world-view, pursuing Truth, and fostering true peace with God and neighbors
Joe and Wendy Karabensh - MFI

Joe & Wendy Karabensh

Joe and Wendy have been with MFI since 1986. Joe is a DC-3 Captain and the MFI Executive Vice-President. They have three children - Greg, Jenny, and Nate.
Missionary Flight International, strive to offer affiliated missions the kind of efficient service and professionalism expected of an airline operation. The Lord has led us to "Stand in the Gap" in meeting the air support needs of affiliated Biblical missions in the island fields of the West Indies, particularly Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and the Bahamas.
A Widow's Friend

Faith Willard (Bangladesh)

The Widow’s Friend organization includes two medical clinics, an orphan’s home, a hostel for girls and a high school for the Deaf. Bangladeshi widows use an indigenous art form to produce beautiful embroidered silks which are sold for income. Officially recognized and registered by the Social Welfare Ministry of the Bangladesh government, the Widow’s Friend is making a tremendous impact in one of the poorest and most populated nations on earth.