In this podcast, William Draper talks with Mission Network News about his ministry through the Wesley Foundation at the University of Georgia. Draper and other Mission Society missionaries reach out to the students at UGA and disciple them in their walk with the Lord.
In this podcast, Bryan and Beth Tatum talk with Mission Network News regarding their family’s ministry in Costa Rica. Their ministry consists of working with children, youth, adults, and family units in primarily economically distressed communities. The Tatums partner and work alongside the Conexion Ministry. The Conexion team believes in spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ by acts of "extreme service" in communities of great poverty and need.
Tim and Daina Datwyler have ministered with The Mission Society in Mexico and Ecuador for more than a decade. In this interview with Mission Network News (MNN), they discuss their ministry to children in Quito. The Datwylers are partnering with Compassion International to provide lunch, a Bible lesson, help with homework, and friendship to the children in their community.
In this podcast, Michael Mozley talks with Elisa Talmage from Mission Network News (MNN) about conferences The Mission Society hosted in India. India’s 1.2 billion residents adhere to a mix of religions. More than 80% of India’s population is Hindu, 13.4% is Muslim, and 2.3% is Christian. Learn more about the conference and its impact in the podcast.
Graham and Sharon Nichols felt called to cross-cultural ministry and are now serving with The Mission Society team in Quito, Ecuador. In this interview with Mission Network News, Sharon shares her call and their plans for ministry after language school.
Chris and Dora Barbee have ministered in Roi Et, Thailand since 2010. Here they talk with Mission Network News about their ministry teaching English classes, music classes, and discipling Thai youth in their relationships with Jesus.
Charlie and Mary Kay Jackson have ministered in Accra, Ghana since 2006. An engineer, Mary Kay works with Methodist Development Relief Services and Pure Home Water, two charitable organizations that focus on bringing potable water to the rural poor in Ghana. Here she talks with Mission Network News regarding her work in Ghana and the effects clean water have had on the communities with which she works.
In this podcast, Christian Dickson talks with Elisa Talmage from Mission Network News (MNN) about his family’s ministry in Paraguay. The Dicksons work with children, youth, agricultural projects, and other ministries to meet the needs of the people with which they serve.
Cassie*, a missionary to Central Asia, talks with Mission Network News about her ministry to orphans. Cassie helps orphans as they graduate out of the system and start life on their own. Learn more about her ministry and the plight of orphans in the podcast linked below. *Pseudonym used for security purposes.
In this podcast, Nick Griffiths talks with Mission Network News about his family’s ministry in Kenya. Nick and Heidi are currently raising support to move to Kenya next year. Nick will work with water filtration systems in Samburu and Heidi is a trained EMT. Hear more about their ministry through this interview.