Missional Partners

Rev. Bill and Lillie Aiken are serving Israel's Hope Ministries of USA.  Their ministry is to the Jewish communities in Cleveland, Warren and Youngstown, Ohio.  They reach out through evangelistic Bible studies, personal witnessing, speaking at conferences and doing pulpit supply when needed.

Aleta Hall serves with RBM Ministries in Montcalm, Isabella and Mecosta counties.  RBM uses child evangelism and discipleship opportunities like Bible clubs and Release Time Bible classes to help kids grow in their faith.

Glenn and Becky Kerr are working with Baptist Mid-Missions translating for Bibles International.  

Rev. Dr. Paul and Charlotte Mpindi direct Mission French Africa Ministries.  Mission French Africa is a radio and discipleship ministry focused on evangelism and leadership training in Congo, Central African Republic and Benin.  Charlotte leads the Womens Ministry in connection with Mission French Africa.

Dallas and Nancy Putnam are serving with Continental Baptist Missions.  Dallas is the Director of Building Ministries, where he oversees the building of new churches as well as the revitalization and expansion of existing churches.

Dennis and Linda Schermer are serving with Harvest Productions, a ministry connected with Biblical Ministries Worldwide.  They are involved with producing films in various languages that share the gospel.

Alpha Family Services of Greenville serves the community of Greenville and surrounding area.  They offer free mentorship, testing, material needs and support for men, women and children. 

Lincoln Lake Baptist Youth Camp hosts summer camps and year-round activities for children, youth and adults.  Their purpose is to teach campers the truth from God's Word.

PRC Pregnancy Resource Center is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  PRC offers support and cost-free services for women and families experiencing an unexpected pregnancy.

Baptist Children's Home cares for vulnerable children through Homes of Compassion.  They offer Trauma Awareness Training to churches and ministries involving children.  They care for more than 800 children in the United States, Dominican Republic, Haiti, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Zambia.

National Missional Partnerships

Avery and Meredith Docena started Obed's House in 2013.  Obed's House is a residential care facility accepting neglected children 5-12 years of age.  They provide a loving Christ-centered family atmosphere for these children.  Obed's House is in General Santos City, Philippines.

Street Children Ministry is located in South Sudan.  William and Lydia Wol Garang oversee this ministry that provides housing and spiritual and physical training for street children.  

LIFE International partners with global Christian leaders who are then empowered to respond to the devaluation of human life in their communities through the development of live-giving support and ministries.

Northeast India Baptist Bible College and Seminary trains pastors and leaders in Assam, India.

Russian Evangelistic Ministries supports native pastors and missionaries in the former Soviet Union.  They help with financial and material needs for the missionaries that are spreading the gospel in areas where there are not existing churches.

Active Missionaries

Randy and Rose Barnes serve through their church, Faith Independent Baptist Church in Hardin, Montana.  They offer help and minister to their local area as well as reach out to the Native American community.

Tim and Laura Compton are serving in Chiang Rai, Thailand where they look to build relationships and start Bible study groups with unreached people groups.  They use the Project Fit gym as a connecting point with the community they live in.  

Dan and Carol Cook serve in Brazil with camp ministry, education and leadership training.  Dan is the coordinator of Good Soil in Brazil and director of Camp Paradise.  Carol serves as coordinator in the language department of the school and cares for missionary kids.

Matt and Marla Hanna planted Cornerstone Baptist Church in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 2002.  They are now transitioning out of Taiwan and handing Cornerstone over to their co-worker, Josh Stewart, who will continue the work there.  Matt and Marla are prayerfully considering what God has next for them.

Harold and Christine Hull are getting ready to go to a village in Papua New Guinea where they will learn the language and build relationships with the local community.  Eventually, they plan to share the gospel within that community and plant a church.

Antonio and Diana Navarrete are planting churches near Mexico City, Mexico.  They are using their coffee shop as a means to connect with the surrounding community.  They are in the planning phases of a third church plant.

Retired Missionaries

Dr. Tim and Nancy Hepworth are serving with ABWE International.  Dr. Tim provides healthcare education for national healthcare workers on the field.  Nancy provides consultations for English teachers in ministry.

Regine Kaufield and her late husband, Clint, joined Baptist Mid-Missions in 1977.  They served in North America and Special Assignment until 2000, when Clint passed away.  Regine retired from the BMM in 2008.

Marilou Long, along with her late husband, Jim, founded the William Carey Academy in Chittagong, Bangladesh in 1996.  Marilou still serves as the Chancellor at the school, overseeing the graduating class each year.

Tom and Linda Randall served with Urban Vision and started City View Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Dan and Diane Suprise served with RBM ministries.  RBM focuses on child evangelism and discipleship through Bible clubs, vacation Bible school, Release Time Bible clubs and correspondence courses.

Wallace Turnbull and his late wife, Eleanor, served in founding Baptist Haiti Mission in 1945, along with Wallace's father, John Turnbull.  The mission started a school and hospital and over 350 churches in Haiti.