Parkview International Missionaries
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THE AKERS FAMILY Philippines
Roger and Tammy
Working with Global Surge, our group focuses on the recruiting of public high school teachers and administrators along with parent support networks to attend evangelistic camp in Iba, Zambales. Pray for our camp team as they minister to over 7500 campers a month.
THE ALDERMAN FAMILY Togo
J.J., Melissa, Mia, Aubrey, Gracen
We started “Togo Palms,” a youth camp, as our base of ministry to plant churches and minister to a Togolese population that finds half of its people under 18. A first church has been planted, with land already purchased for a second. We are currently training national leadership in the Togo Palms Institute to plant and lead churches.
KAYLA BROADRICK Cambodia
Agape International Missions works to fight the human trafficking problem within Cambodia. Each day hundreds of girls and boys are bought and sold as commodities all over the country. I serve at Rahab’s House Church as their discipleship mentor.
THE CERNA FAMILY El Salvador
Steve, Christine, Rosa, Joshua, Caleb
We have been in Santa Ana, El Salvador, for 8 years building Iglesia Bautista Central. Our vision is to send Salvadoran missionaries to other parts of the country and the world. We are training men and women to depend on God and serve him wholeheartedly. Our church started a bakery this year with the goal of helping those who want to serve in ministry full time.
ANNA GILKEY Missionary to the Deaf Worldwide
Go Deaf Missions partners with pastors, churches and individuals to carry the Gospel to the Deaf, worldwide. And support those already serving them. Our purpose is to travel to foreign countries to come alongside of missionaries and national pastors, training them to reach the deaf of their communities with the Gospel and make them effective disciples of Jesus Christ.
Sensitive Global Areas
Parkview actively supports missionaries in global areas where public proclamation of the Gospel is either restricted or prohibited. Due to the tenuous political and religious climate of these areas, we are unable to show pictures or give details about these missionaries. We encourage you to pray regularly for these men and women who are making a significant impact for God's Kingdom.