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Missionaries and Ministries

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Sunday & Regina Obeten - Nigeria

Sunday and Regina are Nigerian locals who carry on the work that our former missionaries, Ed and Janice Nichols, retired from. Their mission is Faith Way Global Outreach, a broad ministry that runs evangelistic campaigns, leadership training for Christian workers, church planting, a Bible college, women’s ministry, and various mercy ministries to meet physical needs. Over the years the ministry has trained 56 preachers, 300 local leaders, planted 26 churches, and conducted many revival meetings and evangelistic campaigns.


Grace Daniels - India

Along with her children, Grace oversees the mission of New Life for Asia which she founded with her late husband, Sam. The main arms of the ministry are Royal Gospel Academy which trains young men to be church planters throughout unreached parts of India and Nepal, and a fellowship of churches throughout India organized for support and annual training conferences.


Bill & Karleen Crandall - Ecuador

Bill Crandall grew up in Washington, IL and became a Christian while our former pastor Bill Vandervoort was at Washington Christian Church. Serving in Guayaquil, Ecuador since April 1990, Bill and Karleen planted five churches and now spend their efforts in leadership training Ecuadorians.


Adam & Kristy Griffith - Thailand

Adam grew up in Georgetown, Ohio, and went to Cincinnati Christian University (CCU). God planted in Adam a desire to do youth ministry outside of the USA. Adam spent the summer of 2007 in India as an NMSI intern. Kristy grew up in Texas and graduated from Ozark Christian. Kristy discovered her love for impoverished communities, youth and God’s heart for those who have not heard the gospel.  Adam and Kristy affiliated with NMSI in 2008 and were married April 10, 2010.  They are work in Chiang Mai, Thailand networking youth homes and providing them with resources, equipping youth workers, and discipling youth (ages 12-20) living without their parents.


Jerry & Joyce McDaniels - Global/Sending Office

Jerry grew up in Towanda, IL and Joyce was a city-girl from Kenosha, WI. They met in New Tribes Missionary training, were married and then moved to Panama in 1983. There they served the Kuna people for 20 years. After five years of working with the team which coordinated tribal church planting in Latin America, they transitioned into a new ministry as International Literacy Coordinators for NTM. Their focus is that people around the world will be able to read and understand God’s Word in their own language.


Encounter - ISU/Normal

Encounter is a “a rooted, thriving ministry for college students at Illinois State University.” They focus heavily on discipleship and training students to be active participants of Kingdom building work during their college years and to prepare them for service to Christ throughout their lives. Encounter also has planted campus ministries in the Philippines which operate under the Encounter umbrella and budget.


Little Galilee Christian Camp - Clinton

This central IL ministry runs camps, conferences, and rallies to share the gospel and build up the faith of people of all ages.


Living Alternatives - Normal

Living Alternatives is committed to saving the lives of unborn children by promoting life-affirming options and providing practical assistance while sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed. They also minister restoration to those who have been wounded by the trauma of abortion.