Evan, Britny, & Charlotte McCormick

Evan and Britny desire to see war-torn community of Gulu, Uganda experience the love and freedom of Jesus. In addition to spiritual freedom, they want to see this community free from poverty. A solution that God has put on their hearts is a quality, Christ centered education to raise up Christian leaders that will impact their community and nation. To see this vision become a reality, they have partnered with Our Call Missions to develop a school curriculum with a biblical worldview that incorporates problem solving, critical thinking, and language development skills in addition to meeting Ugandan education requirements. They hope to see the nation change through a new generation of Ugandans that live for Christ.

E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: ssmfi.org/missionary/evan-britny-mccormick/
Facebook: mccormick.missions

Craig Reese

Craig Reese is the President of Sister Connection, and has been active with the organization since 2011.  Through the development of programs such as monthly sponsorship, home construction, microfinance and vocational training, Sister Connection strives to establish meaningful pathways that enable the widows and orphans to live more self-sufficient lives with a Christ-centered focus. Sister Connection seeks to restore dignity and hope to widows. Craig is a member of Sage Hills, a former teacher and business owner, who has felt the call of God on his heart to lead this ministry.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.sisterconnection.org

Thad and Nikki Roller

Thad and Nikki Roller have been appointed to the capital city of Bogotá, Colombia. They will facilitate the ministry of the Colombian Free Methodist Church and provide support to its leaders. Their initial assignments include championing the Beehive Girls Home and helping it to become self-sustaining while also learning about the Community Church Planting strategy and supporting its implementation in the Colombian context.
Thad's E-Mail: [email protected]
Nikki's E-Mail: [email protected]

Eric & Casey Zimmerman

The Zimmerman’s are currently in  Papua New Guinea for a four year assignment. Eric is a pilot and mechanic in PNG through Ethnos360/New Tribes Mission.

E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: ethnos360.org


Benny believes that we are in the midst of addressing the greatest human rights tragedy of our generation. Initially, after learning that there were more than 27 million modern day slaves in our world today, of whom 7-8 million are child sex-slaves, he was enraged and opted to pursue vigilante type of rescues as a means to fight against this injustice.  As he became more familiar with the raids and rescue process, it became evident that there were no safe homes or facilities for victims to go once they were rescued.  Hence, the vision of El Pozo de Vida, A.C. was born. He realized that the initial work of rescues was difficult, but more significant would be the process after the rescue, the restoration and rehabilitation of the victims.  The EPDV home and programs that have been developed are in response to a commitment to provide holistic transformation for these victims. Benny knows we cannot do this alone.  Even with collaboration with government agencies and other rescue homes (there are perhaps three in Mexico City), he is only in the initial stages of addressing this global issue.  The gross reality is, human trafficking exists on a global scale, but together, we can create a global freedom revolution and a global abolitionist movement to end modern day slavery.  Will you join us to do your part?
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.elpozodevida.org.mx/

Eric & Virginia Spangler - Asia

As the Asia Area Director since June 2014, Eric oversees the missionary team in Asia; partners with Asian national leaders to build and support strategies that will grow the church; and works to more purposefully connect FMC-Asia with the FMC-USA, building partnerships and connections that will be mutually beneficial. Although they travel in Asia several months each year, home base for the Spanglers is in the Seattle area to better facilitate an alliance between the church in Asia and the U.S. Helping to manage the home office and traveling, Virginia offers support and care to Asia ministries and missionaries.

Kevin Wagner

Wagner Ministries International exists to evangelize the lost, primarily through crusade meetings in the most unreached areas of the world, and to empower local church leaders to develop fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Kevin Wagner has been an ordained Pastor since 1991, having earned Doctor of Ministry, Master of Divinity and Bachelor of Arts Degrees throughout the course of his professional career. He currently ministers out of his international headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. Kevin has ministered throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, North America and the Caribbean. To this point, his evangelistic crusades worldwide have seen over 4 million people attend, with over 2 million making publicly recorded commitments to Christ! Of those, over 138,000 new believers from his crusades have been baptized in their local churches by local church pastors within one year of the crusade meetings! Over 21,000 national Christian leaders have been trained during his leadership conferences, and literally thousands have publicly testified to physical healings of blind eyes, deaf ears, lame legs, mute tongues, tumors and a multitude of other ailments.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.wagnerministries.org