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SCORE International

SCORE takes athletes and students on short-term missions trips to countries like the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Columbia, Argentina and Brazil as well as many Domestic locations like the inner-cities and the Appalachian Region.  They also serve in disaster relief.

Tim and Ginny Craiger

The Craiger's started with SCORE International in 1999. Tim recruits groups of athletes and students to travel to Central America, the Caribbean and South America. They have 3 children and 15 grandchildren. They currently reside in Plymouth, IN.

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SEND International

SEND is a church planting organization that has over 500 missionaries worldwide.  We serve in more than 20 areas of Asia, Europe, Eurasia, and North America.  Our mission is to mobilize God's people and engage the unreached in order to establish reproducing churches.  We focus on the unreached of the world and only go to places that are 2% evangelical or less.  SEND is a part of a global movement of Jesus followers who are making disciples among the unreached!

Andy Miller

My wife, Cassie, and I served in Kyiv, Ukraine for 4 years from 2012-2016. I have two daughters. A 5-year-old and an almost 2-year-old. I love sports and am avid Michigan Wolverines fan.

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SIM USA

SIM serves in over 70 countries with missionaries coming from over 50 countries. We work to ”Respond to Need, Proclaim the Gospel, and Equip the Church."

Bob & Gayle Murray

Bob and Gaye have served with SIM, at Hillcrest School in Nigeria, West Africa for 21 years, both teaching and in administration.  They currently serve in the Midwest as Regional Directors to help mobilize and equip willing believers to serve in cross-cultural ministry and recently returned from serving for 6 months in Kenya/South Sudan.

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Team Expansion

Team Expansion is a mission-sending organization that exists to multiply disciples and churches among the unreached. Born out of extraordinary prayer, they partner with the global church to mobilize, train and coach qualified workers in the implementation of disciple-making movements. They currently have 300 workers in 42 locations around the globe.

Mindy Snell

Mindy is the Mobilization Director for Team Expansion. Her team oversees Internships, PACE program – where a church can adopt an unreached people group, DSOTO (Discipleship School of the Outdoors), CHE (Community Health Evangelism) and mobilizing Kingdom workers.

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The Navigators

Navigators is a global mission in more than 100 countries, with emphasis on discipleship and spiritual generations. We also offer internships in the Detroit metro area for those interested in reaching the nations within.  Our mission is involved with the Nations that God has brought to the United States.  Our efforts are focused on the Greater Detroit area where the largest population of people from the Middle East live in the United States.  We live in the first city in america that is majority Muslim,  Hamtramck a city of two square miles has sixteen mosques and 32 languages.

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The Rafiki Foundation

Rafiki has established ten Rafiki training villages in ten African countries with the mission to help Africans know God and to raise their standard of living with excellence and integrity. They serve in villages in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia.

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Urban Encounter

Urban Encounter makes disciples in Chicago by sharing the love of Jesus in a postchristian setting and helping hurting people heal from trauma and abuse.

John Shirk

John Shirk lives with his wife Amy and their 4 daughters in Chicago.  They minister to the postmodern artistic subculture and to victims of trauma and abuse. The tools of their ministry include chocolate chip cookies, vegan chili, and poetry.

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Urban Hope Training Center

Urban Hope Training Center and Community Church exists to reach the urban family through youth and children and to train believers in cross-cultural urban ministry.  Urban Hope is located in Philadelphia, PA and serves as the host site for several Grace College courses as well as the field experience location for Grace’s Urban Ministry Studies Major. 

Tommy Gifford

Tommy recently graduated from Grace College (May 2018) with an Urban Ministries degree. He is on staff at Urban hope in Philadelphia, working with the training center, the local church and specializing in street outreach to the homeless and addicted.

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Water for Good

Water for Good seeks to demonstrate God’s love to communities by providing access to clean water that will make a lasting improvement in people’s lives in one of the world’s most neglected countries, the Central African Republic (CAR). Water for Good has drilled over 590 new wells and work with local teams to provide regular well maintenance visits. Water for Good’s short­wave radio station reinforces all of their work by broadcasting the Gospel across the entire country and sharing lessons about the importance of clean water for improved health.

Greg Weimer

Greg served at GBIM (now Encompass World Partners) for 15 years and served at Grace College for 14 years. He is now a part-time representative for Water for Good. He will focus on fundraising, and more specifically, planned giving.

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Wycliffe Bible Translators

Wycliffe Bible Translators seeks to see work begun in every language in the world needing translation by the year 2025. In order to accomplish this, we need a team of people with many skills - including management, finance, teaching, everything computers, and all aspects of cross-cultural language work. There are 1,500 open positions and work in ongoing in around 100 nations.

Alan Starr

God called Alan to Bible translation when he was in junior high.  He became a member of Wycliffe directly out of college and served for 18 years in Cameroon, Africa.  For over ten years, Alan has been helping the Moloko people in translating God's Word. He loves his family and singing.

Tad Wulliman

As a Registered Architect at age 36, the Lord specifically called our family to Faith Academy in the Philippines as Support Workers with Wycliffe Bible Translators. We began as Boarding Home Parents and over the next 35 yrs, experienced a variety of assignments in the support of Bible Translation.

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