Slavonski Brod Baptist Church in Slavonski Brod, Croatia
mittendrin in Potsdam, Germany
Hellenic Ministries in Athens, Greece
Dr. Imad Shehadeh
JETS in Amman, Jordan
Comas CMA Church in Comas, Peru
Luis Lopez del Aguila
Rimac CMA Church in Rimac, Peru
Dr. Peter Mitskevich
MTS in Moscow, Russia
New Life Church in Karachaevsk, Russia
Josiah Venture in Maribor, Slovenia
Members Serving Globally
Dave & Ali H
Partnering with OMF in Asia
Evan & Rachel
Partnering With Iris Ministries in Asia
Nate & Brittany Bruns
Partnering with EFCA ReachGlobal
About Nate & Brittany
After being faithful Fellowship Bible Church members since 2004, Nate, Brittany, and their three kids moved to Potsdam, Germany in the summer of 2016. God started to draw their hearts to work in Germany after they attended their first Fellowship German Trip Interest meeting in 2013. In 2014 they went on their first short-term mission trip to serve the mittendrin Church with prayer walks, small group study, and service projects. God used a huge life-transition to re-align their hearts with His vision and at the end of 2014 they answered God's call for their family to go and work in Potsdam with a resounding, "send us."
Their first two years in Germany will focus on learning the language, learning the culture, supporting the praise and worship ministry, and starting to plant roots of relationships within the mittendrin Church. Their hearts are geared toward leading a marriage and mentor small group study, supporting the refugee outreach ministry, and continuing to support mittendrin's leadership team with future church plants.
Being on the front line of ministry is never easy. Please pray for them to have physical, mental, and spiritual protection. Their family Bible verse is 1 Corinthians 16:13, "Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong."
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Jeremy & Brittany Eagleman
Partnering with Rafiki Foundation in Monrovia, Liberia
About the Eaglemans
Jeremy and Brittany have been active Fellowship Bible Church members since 2011, attending a Fellowship small group and leading an FSM 242 Group (students). They first started taking mission trips to Liberia in 2010 and fell in love with the people. They felt a true calling to go and work in Liberia and moved there in 2015. They joined the great work of Rafiki Foundation in 2017.
The mission of Rafiki Foundation is to help Africans know God and raise their standard of living. To accomplish this mission, Rafiki Foundation established 10 African countries, including Liberia. These villages provide orphan care, Bible study, classical Christian education, a teacher training program and a widow’s program.
Jeremy is the soccer and volleyball coach for the orphans at Rafiki Foundation. He’s also in charge of starting several different agriculture projects around the compound. Brittany is a teacher at the Rafiki Institute of Classical Education (RICE). She also tutors a few children every afternoon. Soon, Brittany will establish a widow’s program to support those in the local church to create products to sell to help provide for their family. Together, they love to be with the kids as much as possible and teach a weekly Bible study for the older boys at Rafiki Foundation.
Their family verse is Exodus 14:14: “The Lord will fight for you; you must be quiet.”
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Chris & Amy Moore
Partnering with Hellenic Ministries in Greece
About the Moores
We are Chris and Amy Moore from Atlanta and Chicago, but now residing in Greece. Chris attended Lipscomb University in Nashville and acquired a business degree, and Amy attended Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Missions and Bible. We have very different stories of how God worked in our hearts to get us to Greece, but both tell of His awesome provision, sovereignty, and goodness. Chris felt called to work with Muslims through a season of doubt and difficulty, and was connected with Hellenic Ministries through an old friend. Within two and a half years of first visiting Greece, Chris was on the mission field. Amy had been coming to Greece for 13 years, and had been working towards full time mission work since college. In 2013 our paths collided as we were working on the same ministry team to refugees. Long story short, we fell in love, and married in May 2015.
We work with Hellenic Ministries and are on a team that serves refugees from the Middle East and North Africa. Currently, we are working with refugees from Afghanistan and Iran. The work is filled with ups, downs, and many headlines in the news. We manage a center that is used to help meet people's basic needs by providing meals, laundry, showers, clothing giveaways, and discussion groups. While proclaiming Jesus as the true source of life through it all. With all the physical need we provide for, we always seek to meet the spiritual need, and share the gospel in action and in word. Each week we are able to serve at least 500 refugees—men, women, and children. We are blessed to witness people come to faith, and so many who are taking the Gospel with them as they move on to Western Europe.
Athens, Greece is a place where refugees can first experience the freedom to seek out who Jesus really is. Athens, Greece is a place where darkness meets the light! The Father is doing mighty things before our very eyes in the hearts of those that He is drawing out of the East. We covet your prayers and your support as we seek to share the Good News with those who are stranded and seeking a place to call home. God is breaking through and it is a privilege to be a part of it!
“Look at the nations and watch—and be utterly amazed. For I am going to do something in your days that you would not believe, even if you were told.” Habakkuk 1:5
Partnering with Josiah Venture in Celje, Slovenia
Amanda Snyder lives in Celje (pronounced sell-yay) Slovenia and works with a rock music ministry called Fusion. Fusion is a relational ministry that uses music as a tool to share the gospel. Each week they have band practices, choir practice, and time together where they share the love of Christ with others. Amanda’s main role is to help on the music side of things (help arrange songs and teach them to the choir) and disciple teenage girls so that ultimately they become disciples who make disciples. She not only works with Fusion Cleje, but also serves on the Fusion Slovenia team. The team is praying with a bold faith to have five more Fusions to start across the country in the next four years.
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