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Peter and Cavelle Dove

 • Imagine Thailand, PAOC
 • Bangkok, Thailand

Peter & Cavelle Dove

Peter and Cavelle live with their two young sons in the intense and exciting city of Bangkok, Thailand. They work primarily with university students with a mandate to motivate, train and send.

Peter and Cavelle believe in the capacity of university students and young professionals to imagine and create a new and better future for their communities. They believe in leveraging university students' and young professionals' education, abilities and faith to bring real benefit and long-term change to local communities, the marketplace and the world. Therefore their mandate is to provide a platform to gather, motivate, train and send university students and young adults to serve among marginalized communities, in disaster zones, areas of conflict and among displaced peoples.

•imaginethailand.org*pdove*Question from Emmanuel Website
•Sermons by Peter Dove

Gerald and Pat Golbeck

 • Missions Exposure & Training (MET)
 • Pretoria, South Africa

Gerald & Pat Golbeck

Gerald and Pat direct a missions school called Missions Exposure & Training (MET). It is a transformational centre for African church leaders from across the continent. Their vision is to transform African church leaders to engage in cross cultural missions. They also serve on the PAOC Africa Lead Team, giving direction to missions endeavours across the continent.

Locally the Golbecks provide missional leadership for 20 local churches in sponsoring an annual missions conference—Missions Fest Pretoria—to challenge local congregations to engage in cross-cultural missions. Their graduates sponsor these annual missions conferences in other African countries.

Promoting transformation in the local community is a strategic part of the Golbeck's work. They empower young unemployed Africans to enter the workforce by training them in vocations skills, helping to bring hope and vision to Africa.

•Sermons by Gerald & Pat Golbeck

Dan and Mardell MacTavish

 • Bucharest International Church, PAOC
 • Bucharest, Romania

Dan & Mardell MacTavish

Dan and Mardell are senior associate pastors of the Bucharest International Church. This multi-cultural church community provides a setting for evangelism, discipleship and leadership development both locally and nationally. The church offers a relevant spiritual dynamic for Romania’s current generation and serves as a base for several organizations of social concern.

Dan and Mardell bring awareness to the very real problem of human trafficking in Romania, including encouragement and financial support to Iana Matei of Reaching Out, in her efforts to bring an end to human trafficking and to provide shelter to the young victims.

They continue to come alongside Spanish pastors and national leaders of the Salem churches in Spain, in the Bible College in Yerevan, Armenia where their son-in-law and daughter minister, and with various global workers in the Eurasia Region.

They live part time in White Rock where they are involved locally with the Asian community and discipleship of young believers.

•paoc.org*dmactavish*Question from Emmanuel Website
•Sermons by Dan & Mardell MacTavish

Benoît and Hélène Marcoux

 • Église Amour et Vie, PAOC
 • Victoriaville, Quebec

Benoit & Helene Marcoux

Benoît and Hélène pastor a local church in the community of Victoriaville, PQ. Their vision is to impact their small city with the love of Jesus, and they do so with community based services such as a clothing store, a café, and a book shop. Emmanuel partners with them financially but also with ongoing and deepening relationships. We have sent short term teams to work with their congregation and have had the privilege of hosting Benoît and Hélène as well as other families and individuals from their church here in Westbank.

•videotron.ca*amourvie*Question from Emmanuel Website

Ralph and Carrie Peters

 • CLIMB Intercultural Society
 • World Missions

Ralph & Carrie Peters

Ralph and Carrie have a large heart for “missions” and missionaries. They have extensive intercultural experience in more than 50 countries and are a voice for missionaries and the mission fields of the world.

In May 2005 Ralph and Carrie founded an organization called CLIMB Intercultural which Ralph presently directs. CLIMB assists leaders in multiple regions and cultures of the world. CLIMB does this by engaging in communication and collaboration with missionaries and indigenous Christian leaders in their specific cultural realities. CLIMB is involved with practical help and the preparing and sending of individuals and teams, both long term and short term.

•climbintercultural.org*rgpeters*Question from Emmanuel Website
•Sermons by Ralph Peters

Dennis and Diane Unrau

 • Hope for the Nations
 • Colima, Mexico

Dennis & Diane Unrau

Since September of 1995, Dennis and Diane have helped bring hope to the disadvantaged children of Colima, who have for one reason or another been separated from or abandoned by their families.  Hogar de Amor y Proteccíon al Niño currently cares for more than 160 children in 11 different homes. The Unraus are the directors of the preschool home, Casa Cuna, along with promoting and maintaining the child sponsorship program.

Dennis and Diane are also part of a ministry team in the church, Grupo Amor, that ministers to married couples.  This ministry reaches out to the saved and unsaved with the goal of strengthening marriages.

Recently the Unraus have been growing a ministry called Restoring the Foundations, which reaches out to Christians who are struggling and are not experiencing the abundant life that Christ has offered to all who follow him.

•prodigy.net.mx*ddunrau*Question from Emmanuel Website
•Sermons by Dennis Unrau
•Sermons by Diane Unrau

Kim and Lynn Weiler

 • Fe Viva World Missions
 • Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Sudan

Kim & Lynn Weiler

Fe Viva World Missions was birthed through the vision and passion of Kim & Lynn Weiler to see the Great Commission fulfilled. Fe Viva began in Guatemala with Bible training for rural Pastors but quickly grew to include orphanages, an international Bible school, the House of Refuge, prison ministry, a missionary training school, medical/dental clinics and education centers throughout Central America and Sudan.

Kim and Lynn are based in Canada now, but they travel extensively challenging churches and Christians to “Make a Difference.”

•feviva.org*kim*Question from Emmanuel Website
•Sermons by Kim Weiler

Missions Workers

 • Undisclosed Location

Missions Workers

Jesus commanded us to "go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation" (Mark 16:15). All the world does not consider how receptive people are to the Gospel and includes places that may oppose or oppress Christianity. Our Missions Workers are doing exactly that in an undisclosed location.

Emmanuel is proud to support this important work, and we enable their work by not publishing personal information.