Calvary Baptist supports over a dozen missionaries who are actively reaching people with the Good News of Jesus Christ in our community, nation, and around the world. Here are just a few...
Bo & Marlou Barredo Serving around the world through Advancing Native Missions For more than a quarter century, Bo and Marlou have dedicated their lives to evangelizing the unreached, encouraging the saints, and equipping native missionaries around the world through ANM where Bo, a co-founder, serves as a Global Ambassador.
Bob & Eileen Edmondson Serving with Global Training Network The Edmondsons travel all over the world, training pastors and Christian leaders in sound, Biblical doctrine and equipping those leaders to reach and teach others.
Randy & Marlene Green Serving the Americas with Mission Mobilization International Randy and his wife, Marlene, have a ministry focused on government officials, military personnel, and police officers around the world through practical seminars, tactical training, and sharing the gospel.
Tim & Polly Harjo Serving Kayenta Baptist Church and the Navajo community The Harjos are powerful witnesses of God's ability to restore from brokenness. They attended Calvary Baptist Church since moving to Wickenburg years ago, and have been called and gifted to lead the lost to Christ, particularly Native Americans of every tribe. Tim serves as pastor of Kayenta Baptist Church and Polly as a teacher in the local public school.
Chelsi Johnson Serving in Madrid, Spain with WorldVenture Chelsi is working at Friendship House in Madrid, which serves North African families who have immigrated to Spain. Her focus is on kids, where she shares God's love using her gifts through servant leadership. She is starting a brand new preschool program for the children's ministry there.
Ben & Aleyamma Joseph Serving at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ with Missions Door The Josephs minister among the 15,000 international students who come to ASU from the least evangelized parts of the world. Ben says, “America is fortunate to have...a foreign mission field at her doorstep." International students are often more open to the Gospel while here and some return to their homelands as missionaries.
Timothy & Yvonne Kinyua Serving with Advancing Native Missions - Cornerstone Evangelistic Ministries in Kenya The Kinyuas share a heart and passion for missions. By God's grace, Cornerstone has planted hundreds of churches in areas that have not previously been reached with the Gospel. They work among some 16 different people groups. They show God's love with tangible humanitarian support such as providing community wells for clean water, relief for Christian families in times of need, and teaching sustainable, life-changing vocational skills.
Sue & Ken Richards Serving Australia with Child Evangelism Fellowship The Richards have been involved in leading and training other leaders to run "Good News Clubs" and "5-day Clubs" in their public and private schools and communities, bringing the simple story of God's plan of salvation to children all over Australia.
David & Vicky Sebald Serving Canada with InterAct Ministries The Sebalds are part of the Urban Fire team in Calgary, Alberta, mentoring First Nations young adults to follow and serve Christ in their communities and around the world. Their vision is "whole life" discipleship - sharing their hearts, time, and home as an extended family to those who've left their rural tribal setting for school or work in the city.
Russell & Sharla Wiesner Serving in South Asia with Rocklin Global The Wiesners are empowering people through quality education and community development. Their schools serve international and local people, welcoming students from all walks of life, helping families forge a path to a better future. They build teams with care and compassion to staff learning centers in difficult and isolated places of the world and to create a safe and loving environment for students.
Pete & Melody Wong Serving native missionaries around the world with Advancing Native Missions Pete and Melody served ten years as missionaries to Thailand, planting churches and teaching in a Bible College. They then moved to the US to pastor and plant churches. Pete and Melody joined ANM in 2013, where they serve as a Missions Advocates. They travel throughout the United States on behalf of indigenous missionaries who are working to share the Gospel with the remaining unreached people all around the world.