Local and International Missions


Missions and Missionaries SPC
supports locally and around the world:

Kathy Fouts serves on the Missionary and Family Life Team with One Mission Society (OMS), called to encourage, nurture and strengthen OMS missionaries and families. Kathy coordinates a flow of care, preventative and restorative, key to a missionary’s personal resilience, team effectiveness and longevity.

Bruce and Kathy McClenehan serve with Campus Crusade for Christ on the JESUS Film Project. Bruce leads the discipleship strategies teams and serves on the leadership team of the New Media Department. Kathy is a part-time team leader and team administrator of the JESUS Film Mission Teams (JFMT). She is also the full-time crisis manager.

Debbie Wittig is with One Mission Society (OMS). She teaches children from many countries at Christian Academy in Mozambique and partners with other missionaries as they reach Mozambicans for Christ.

Mark Wittig serves as Executive Director with the Christian Union Sports Ministry in Medellin, Colombia. His ministry involves administration, mentoring staff, budget of the ministry, representing the ministry/sports club among friends and organizations, and evangelism and discipleship.

Wheeler Ministries is an inner-city shelter for homeless men, combining Bible study and worship services with social outreach in Indianapolis.

Perry Township Religious Education provides weekday religious education to fourth and fifth graders at the nine elementary schools of Perry Township.

Don Fields serves with Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship as campus staff assisting in training new staff and discipling new students at area colleges.

Bob and Maria Hill are with Greater Europe Mission serving as a teacher and as Dean of Students at the Greek Bible Institute in Athens.

George and Maria Weber are involved in pastoral, radio and recording ministries to the Hispanic people of San Antonio, Texas, and throughout the U.S. and Mexico.

Dave and Jean Wunsch serve with Mission Aviation Fellowship. Dave is the Director of Operations Support, assisting with responsibilities as COO. Jean works full time as a counselor in the development department of Ministry Partnership.

Bill Glass Champions for Life - Former pro football player, Bill Glass, lead this evangelistic prison ministry.

Overseas Council partners with 107 seminaries, Bible institutes and other strategic ministries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. Overseas Council pursues its mission by providing scholarship assistance, improving and expanding library resources, providing local and regional ministry training infrastructures and leadership consultations, facilitating funding for construction and training 35,000 students worldwide.

Facilitators International was founded by the late Charlie Spicer and is now under the leadership of Bruce Richardson. Facilitators International has a continuing vision to fulfill the Great Commission by assisting evangelical leadership development for churches in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America.

Faith Ministry is a border ministry developed by Deantin Guerra (formerly of Puentes de Cristo) along the border in Texas to share the Good News with Mexican people along the border, construct homes and provide medical care, clothing and food.

Faith Ministry - Building Supplies provides funds each Fall for our Mexico Mission Team to purchase construction materials to build a house and/or church in Northern Mexico.

Bethlehem Bible College is located in the West Bank in Bethlehem, Israel. This Palestinian Christian institution seeks to train Christian leadership for the church in Palestine and to reach out with the Good News to the Palestinian and Arab communities.

Mark and Michelle Dinnage serve in English ministry on the One Mission Society (OMS) Taiwan field. They are currently partner with a Taiwanese church to do English ministry, which may include teaching conversational English classes, leading English Bible studies and participating in an English worship service.

Hope and New Life Ministry – Greg Wallace is director of this interdenominational Christian ministry to help people who are struggling with homosexuality and sexual addictions. This ministry is located in Lafayette and Indianapolis.

Matt and Aimee Krol - Amy serves Youth-With-A-Mission (YWAM). Matt serves with The Seed Company, a ministry to accelerate Bible translation to the remaining 2,200 people groups who don’t have the Word of God in their language.

New Hope Great Banquet is a Great Banquet community intentionally designed to break down the walls of racism. The community, formed in early 1999, serves to reveal to God’s people what John stated in the book of Revelation 5:9: “… because you [Jesus] were slain, and with your blood you purchased men for God from every tribe and language and people and nation.”

Asian Outreach supports underground Bible schools providing initial training for future house church leaders and missionaries in Uncle L’s House Church Movement.

Don Burdsall serves as Coordinator of Volunteers with the Boaz Project which ministers to orphans in Russia.

Keir and Joanna Thelander serve in a medical and teaching ministry at the Bongolo Evangelical Hospital in Gabon, Africa.

Dr. Susan Watson is founder and President of John 17 Ministries providing Biblical teaching, restoration counseling, mentorship and leadership training to bring reconciliation, spiritual healing and spiritual focus to congregations, pastors, Christian organizations and missionaries around the world.

Josh and Julie Wentz serve with Light International as church planters in a Middle Eastern nation.

Adrienne Moryn - Adrienne with her husband, Maciek, is in Poland with ProEm Ministries and the Tomy Center. She is a missionary teacher and youth center coordinator.

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic seeks to promote justice through legal representation and education for low-income people as a way to demonstrate Jesus’ love as well as to share the Good News of Jesus.

IU Christian Student Fellowship - A campus ministry at Indiana University in Bloomington seeking to make a difference in students’ lives through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Students are involved in Bible studies, domestic and international Mission trips, volunteering in the Bloomington area and sharing life together at their campus house.

Voice of the Martyrs which ministers to persecuted Christians around the world.

Jason and Gail Lantz are serving as teachers at the International Christian School (ICS) in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. Gail is an elementary teacher, and Jason is the PE teacher and Athletic Director. Their students come from all over the world, and though they attend a Christian school, many students do not come from Christian backgrounds.

Joan Kitterman is Director of Human Resources for Leadership Development International (LDI) in East Asia. She is responsible for the expatriate staff’s benefits and member care across the seven cities in East Asia where they have over 600 families. She also serves on the East Asia Leadership Team which oversees all East Asia operations.

Life Centers - The mission of Life Centers is to affirm the value of life by providing a network of care to those experiencing pregnancy-related crises and by compassionately presenting biblical truth resulting in changed lives to the glory of God.

Bill Corbin serves with the Coalition for College Outreach in Findlay, Ohio. Bill joined CCO staff in 2012 to reach out to students at Findlay University, Bluffton University, and Owens Community College through a partnership with Gateway (EPC) Church to develop men and women who live out their Christian faith in all areas of life.

Andy and Emily Eatough help train nationals in Southeast Asia.