The CCCU has a great team of committed missionaries, serving in various places around the world. We'd love for you to meet them so you can pray better for them!
Scott and Noel serve at missionaries in Papua New Guinea.
After graduating from Asbury Theological Seminary (KY), Scott served as a pastor for 12 years in Michigan. He stepped down from that role after the loss of his first wife to cancer in 2012. Noel earned her degree in Bible and Elementary Education. She served as a missionary in Senegal, Africa from 2006 to 2010.
I am a Christian seeking to follow God’s will. That being said, I center all of my life around how it affects my walk with Jesus. In the past few years, I have developed skills in teaching and preaching. My goal in life is to bring people closer to Jesus Christ. It is not that I am fanatical, but that I have brought my life in line with the work of Christ in my life. In short, I am a person who wants my life to count for Christ in every aspect.
We minister to Native families on the American Indian Field, discipling youth and adults across the Southwestern U.S. We were married in 1998, and although I (Becky) had always had a heart for missions, Doug had no desire to even go on a missions trip. In a morning church service in 2004, God used a work team’s presentation to speak to Doug. Immediately following the service, Doug signed us both up for an 18-day missions trip to Kenya. I was working in the nursery that morning and was unaware of God’s movement on Doug’s heart until he shared with me, “We’re going to Africa!”
The trip to Kenya in 2005 was life-changing, and it was there that God placed the responsibility on my heart to make sure our children experienced a mission field. I and our oldest son, Noah, went on work teams to Kenya in 2013 and Honduras in 2014. Doug wasn’t led to go on another work team until 2015, when he saw a request in the church bulletin for men to volunteer as dorm leaders at Southwest Indian Ministries Center’s summer camp for Native American children. Upon his return from that trip, God worked again on Doug’s heart to take the entire family - our sons Noah, Elijah, and Josiah - back to SIMC for a month. Through that experience, we both knew we were being called to missions.
Native children come from all over Arizona to attend one of Southwest Indian Ministries Center’s camps. While at the camps, they receive all the love and support that Jesus showed to children. We travel throughout Arizona to visit, encourage, and help disciple as many of the campers and their families as possible, so that when the children return to the next camp, they will have grown in their faith.
Our main ministries focus in the areas of encouragement and training Native Christians.
We pastor the Siloam Church, on the Gila River Indian Reservation south of Phoenix, AZ. There we are also involved in youth and children's ministries as well as adult discipleship. Besides the Victory Guitar Outreach program, which has reached many in our area with the message of Christ as well as guitar learning, we are currently heavily involved with a new ministry called SOAR - Servant Overcomer Addiction Recovery. Steve leads the SOAR meeting every Friday evening, which is reaching people even beyond the Siloam church who deal with issues holding them back from being all God has called them to be.
We also are facility directors at Southwest Indian Ministries Center (our youth camp and retreat facility in Peoria, Arizona) and Debbie serves as the Field Treasurer.
From the beginning of our service to the Lord as missionaries, we discovered it to be full of many opportunities to share God's love! We are so thankful for the privilege of sharing Christ's love in a needy part of our world called Bolivia.
David and Debbie serve as Regional Directors for The Americas Region. As Regional Directors, they oversee missionaries and ministries in the Caribbean, Central and North America, and Mexico.
David and Debbie served previously as Country Directors in Honduras. Prior to serving as Country Directors, they served in El Salvador, where they planted a church in Jucuapa with the help of Honduran missionaries, and built a medical clinic.
Terry and Colleen were privileged to be part of WGM's great ministry at Escuela El Sembrador Donald Hawk (School of the Sower) for several years. They have seen hundreds of boys and young men go through the school's primary, secondary, vocational, and Bible Institute education programs.
Terry and Colleen currently serve as Assistant Regional Director for WGM's ministries in The Americas Region.
After Tim’s second mission trip to Honduras, God confirmed to him that being a missionary was His plan for his life. He is excited to serve the Lord with his wife, Aleyda, in San Pedro Sula in youth and children’s ministries.
Greg and Teresa Leeth serve as Pastors to Missionaries. Previously, Greg and Teresa served as missionaries with The Churches of Christ in Christian Union on the Texas/Mexico Border in Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, for eight years as primary school educators, church planters, and field directors. They also serve at New Covenant Church of Christ in Christian Union in Waverly, Ohio, when they are not traveling to mission fields.
Benji serves as the director of the Bible School in Mt. Hagen, preparing church leaders for ministry in the Highlands of PNG.
Erica ministers to women in their community.
Butch and Leatha spent ten years as missionaries in PNG before the Lord led them to return to the States.
They traveled with mission teams to multiple fields before God called them back to PNG to work alongside the national church.
Jim is blessed to work as a missionary in the country where he grew up as a missionary kid. He enjoys his ministries in PNG and sharing the Lord with the people there is a privilege and an endless adventure.
Becka enjoys spreading His Word through witnessing and spending time with the PNG ladies.
Seth works closely with the churches and pastors and teaches vocational skills to young men.
Veronica home-schools their children and is involved with the church’s women’s ministry.
God called Shawn and Bethany to be cross-cultural missionaries in a land filled with beliefs in many gods and cultural ties so strong that deepening the people’s faith can be difficult.
They work at the Christian Union Bible College in Mt. Hagen. God has called them to PNG to help fill the great need for teachers to train national pastors in the Bible so they will be well-equipped to evangelizes and disciple their own people.
Weadette’s ministries in Paraguay are very diverse. She has served as the field treasurer and the coordinator of Christian Education. She has also taught Christian Education as a course in the Wesley Bible Institute.
Mark and Susana Bev are involved in a mentoring and discipleship ministry among national believers in Paraguay. It is their prayer that lives will be changed as people seek the Lord. Mark has also worked as the field office coordinator and guesthouse host, the national church treasurer and a keyboardist. Bev’s responsibilities have included guesthouse hostess, board member and board secretary for Asuncion Christian Academy and as a music arranger and vocal coach.
A desperate need in Texas for teachers and other workers at Taylor Christian School prompted John and Priscilla to offer their services there after previously serving in Bolivia with the Wings of Peace ministry.
They reach out to the local Hispanic community through Christian education and community service..