HFC Missionaries


We desire to participate in the Great Commission of Christ to “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). We do this though equipping our local congregation and through sending out global, cross-cultural servants (missionaries), that they may represent Christ, share the good news, and make disciples in their contexts.

We aim to do more than just provide financial support to missionaries; we want to truly partner in the gospel with them (Philippians 1:5) through prayer and intentional actions to care for our cross-cultural workers.

The missionaries listed below serve through diverse areas of work, serving as musicians, physicians, graphic artists, teachers, and engineers (just to name a few). What they share in common is a desire to be used by God, wherever they are, to see others come to faith and maturity in Jesus Christ. Some missionaries listed below are in areas where we cannot openly share about their presence. This is not out of fear or shame, but is to enable them to continue their ministry and to protect the people with whom they work.

If you would like to communicate with a missionary, if you are wondering how to become more involved in missions, or if you have other questions, contact Dave HyattSix ways to Reach God’s World is another helpful resource.

Africa

Jon & Melissa Eager, Tanzania

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Serving with: Africa Inland Mission (AIM)

Jon and Melissa are members of our congregation. They have been serving the Usandawe and Barabaig people in the area of Magambua, Tanzania, since 2005. Jon is one of the few medical doctors in their immediate area. He is the Medical Supervisor of two health facilities in the AICT Dispensary and Pahi Dispensary. Jon provides continuing education for his team of medical assistants who are trained to do medical procedures, testing and counseling patients for HIV, first aid and community health. They host mobile medical clinics in five villages in the surrounding area, and they share the gospel with unreached people. They hold two eye clinics each year for treatments for various eye conditions. Also, Jon serves as the AICT Usandawe Medical Services Director, through which he is involved in rural medical outreach. Melissa also develops relationships with the local women.

Dale & Florence Johnson, Burkina Faso

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Serving with: Serving in Mission (SIM)

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Dale and Florence became part of the Hershey Free international ministry in 2006 through the consortium of local Evangelical Free Churches. Previously, Dale served as the Director of the Center for the Advancement of the Handicapped where he provided training and oversight for 30 employees. Florence managed the station employees and the guest house, and she provided orientation for short-term teams. In May 2014, Dale and Florence arrived in Ouagadougou, the capital city of Burkina Faso. Dale now serves as the Support Services Manager on the administrative team serving SIM missionaries and projects. Florence is a Short-term Missionary and Team Coordinator; she provides orientation and debriefing for short-term missionaries and teams.

Asia

There are some countries in the world where it is dangerous for missionaries and for Christians. Because of the sensitive nature of work in these countries, we do not post the missionaries’ last names or country of focus, or their organizations online.

P & C

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P— and C—- have been part of our global ministry family since 2005. They have developed three models for business. P— is a chairman who oversees and participates in the ministry of the Healthy Foundations team, bringing the power of Christ to centers of influence in areas such as healthcare, education, business, family, and the Church. A family practice provides opportunity for C—- to teach at the local university, to practice medicine, and to provide care in a local leprosy village. C—- is also a Medical Ministry Program Director, and she oversees and participates in the healthcare ministry of the team.

J & K

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J—- and K—- joined our group of cross-cultural workers in 2005. They work with Scripture translation and the use of culturally-relevant tools to communicate the Scripture. K—- and J—-’s work among a particular people group is progressing with the help of a growing team. For example, a 40-week curriculum set of Sunday School materials surveying the biblical redemption story from creation to the life of Christ is being written. This includes 40 sets of story booklets, videos, lesson plans, songs, and activities which will be used initially in fellowships and other places where there are people who speak in the particular language of interest.

R & C

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R— and C—- joined the Hershey Free Church mission family in 1991. They serve faithfully in a complex cultural and religious group. Relationships provide opportunities to share Christ and to touch the hearts of people in these groups. R— and C—- network believers for fellowship, contextual worship and music, training in evangelism, Bible study, and to grow in spiritual transformation. C—- ministers through prayer and friendship evangelism.

P & R

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P— and R—– work to catalyze indigenous church planting movements among 10 of the most unreached people groups in Central Asia. They hope that by 2034 these unreached people groups will hear the good news. P— and R—– help these groups to possess, actively engage with, obey, and pass on God’s Word, spurred along by their culturally-relevant, indigenous arts and music. Among these groups of people, there is a growing interest in a website that features Scripture and music. P— and R—– are seeking 700 people who are committed to pray for the T. people – 100 from each of their seven supporting churches. P— also has a Ph.D. He studies at the conservatory in their capital city.

D & A

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D— and A— have been serving as part of the Hershey Free mission family since 1987 and are members of the church. Their ministry assignments have included 13 years in the Philippines, where they planted several churches and established a training center; and almost two decades in Southeast Asia where they helped to establish churches and—along with national pastors—established a Bible College. D— serves as the mentor and equipper for national pastors, continues to teach at the training center in Manila once a year, and pioneers work with nationals in the areas where there are no believers. A— continues research in the area of human trafficking and how to effectively help women find a viable means of income.

T & M

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T— and M— joined the Hershey Free global family in 1994. They are Ethnomusicology and EthnoArts Coordinators and Consultants for Southeast Asia and Asia. M— and T— are also Senior Arts Consultants for SIL International. Through their ministry, minority language communities are encouraged to use their own expressive art forms—which are their traditional communication tools—as a bridge into meaningful worship, Scripture engagement, literacy development, Bible story-telling, and more.

L & D

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L—- and D—- have been part of the Hershey Free Church mission family since 2001. They are part of a Global Ministry Partnership in Southeast Asia. Among other hats he wears, L—- is the Asia Business Manager for ReachGlobal; he oversees the financial accountability structure for ministry expense accounts, budgets, salary, and transfer of project funds. L—- and D—- participate in prayer walks and support groups who are working against human-trafficking in Southeast Asia.

M & G

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M—- and G—- joined the Hershey Free family of international workers in June 2012. They are from the Lancaster area and are part of the consortium of Free Churches in this area. M—- is a medical doctor, and he volunteers at a medical clinic that focuses on providing care for the poor in a holistic way. M—- also goes to remote villages of an unreached people group where he provides medical care. G—- builds relationship with the women, conducts Bible studies, and offers hospitality to local people for meals and fellowship. The children help with the ministry as they naturally befriend other children.

Europe

Harry & Eileen Bettig, The Netherlands

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Serving with: Trans World Radio (TWR)

Harry serves as director of the Media Services Department for Trans World Radio Europe, which also includes the Middle East, Central Asia, and North Africa. All administrative activities and information for these areas are directed through this department so that TWR-cooperating broadcasters, national partners, and various language departments are properly served in their broadcast, programming, and production needs. Eileen serves as the office manager for their location in the Netherlands, and as a support-raising coach and trainer.

Jozef & Margareta Gabor, Slovakia/Austria

Serving with: Trans World Radio (TWR)

Jozef came to Hershey Free in 1990 after escaping from communist-held Czechoslovakia a few years earlier. Jozef serves in many facets of ministry; he is the Director for Media Development at TWR Media in Slovakia, an adjunct professor at Evangelical Theological Seminary, the Chairman of the mission board for YFC, and he provides leadership at the International Chapel of Vienna in Austria. Through these roles, Jozef also prepares training seminars for TWR, trains nationals in developing language-specific Christian radio programs, and organizes the annual Youth Fest in Slovakia which draws over 6,000 people. He is a key leader and is a sought after contributor to Christian media conferences in both the US and Europe. Margareta and their daughters are active in evangelism and serve the Lord through several different ministries.

Mike & Loralee Hill, Germany

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Serving with: Black Forest Academy (BFA)

Mike is a member of Hershey Free and has served at BFA since 1995 as a piano teacher. He leads and directs the student worship bands at the Black Forest Christian Fellowship and teaches AP music theory. Loralee teaches German 3 and 4 and is the senior class advisor whose role is to walk with the seniors through their year of transition. Mike continues to mentor a small group of teen boys and provides loving nurture and guidance while the boys’ parents are serving in a variety of countries. Both Mike and Loralee are also involved in event planning for the school.

Rich & Barb Leary, Hungary

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Serving with: Cru

The Learys became part of the Hershey Free Church mission family in 1985. Rich is serving as the Eastern Europe LeaderImpact Team Leader for Cru. Barb serves as the Associate Team Leader alongside Rich. The objective of LeaderImpact is to reach, engage, and equip leaders in every sphere of society. Rich & Barb are responsible for all of these ministries in their area of 20 eastern European countries. Rich and Barb coach, mentor, and equip staff and volunteer leaders to lead LeaderImpact ministries in 9 of the 20 countries.

Sarah Leonard, Albania

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Serving with: Christar

Sarah grew up in Hershey Free Church. During her junior year at Messiah College, Sarah participated in a short-term ministry to the International Christian School in Albania. She began to feel a call to serve as a teacher at the school. Consequently, Sarah began teaching in the fall of 2012. Presently, Sarah is a Physical Education Teacher, and she helps with the high school girls’ sports and Bible study group; and she continues to build relationships with Albanians. She teaches her students the basic subjects they need to learn in school, while also instilling biblical principles and values into the classroom and the lives of her students.

Mihai & Lidia Malancea, Moldova

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Serving with: University Divitia Gratiae

Mihai and Lidia have been part of the Hershey Free global family since 2001. Mihai is the Academic Dean of the Divitia Gratiae University in Chisinau, Moldova, one of the Hershey Free Global Ministry Partnerships. He also serves as the main leader of a local body of believers. The university hosts extension schools in sensitive countries to equip leaders through onsite education. Graduates of the university were instrumental in laying the groundwork for the extension classes.

Serghei & Svetlana Namesnic, Moldova

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Serving with: University Divitia Gratiae

Serghei is the President of the College of Theology and Education. He also pastors the Christian Baptist Church in the village of Cricova, on the outskirts of Chisinau. The college began in 1998 with a focus on training nationals from Central Asia to be church planters and pastors. All of the CTE leaders travel to Central Asia where they teach courses in the extension schools. Many of the Central Asian leaders find that they are targets for persecution and they often end up in prison.

Igor Petrov

Serving with: Trinity Video Seminary (TVS)

Igor was introduced to the Hershey Free Church mission family when we began our ministry in Russia in the 1990s. Igor completed his doctoral work at Trinity International in 2006.

Igor directs and coordinates the development of curriculum for the master level courses for the Trinity Video Seminary. He provides theological and educational expertise in other TVS courses, and he coordinates new evangelical churches via the Ministerial Council. He also provides guidance for camp, orphanage, and prison ministries. Additionally, Igor mentors TVS graduates wherever they are serving.

Vitaly & Marina Petrov

Serving with: Trinity Video Seminary (TVS)

Vitaly is the Director of the Trinity Virtual Seminary. He has been a vital link to Hershey Free’s ministry in Russia since 1995. With his cultural expertise and burden to train Russians for the work of the ministry, he provided vision and cultural understanding in the development and transition of the previous residential school to the virtual seminary now called Trinity Virtual Seminary. TVS provides both bachelors and masters level programs. TVS distributes the courses in 19 countries, including the areas of Australia, European countries, Central Asian countries, Russia, the USA, and Israel. Pastors and key leaders from different regions of Russia organize the distant learning opportunities for people in their home countries.

Bob & Miriam Phillips, The Netherlands

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Serving with: Serge (Formerly World Harvest Mission)

Bob and Miriam have been part of the Hershey Free Church mission family since 1993. Bob is an evangelist, teaching pastor, mentor, and trainer. He serves in the community of Crossroads International Church of Amsterdam and serves the church-planters, evangelists, and missionaries in a broad network in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and beyond. Miriam is the Executive Pastor and Director of Leadership Development at Crossroads International Church of Amsterdam; she also serves as a mentor, trainer, and consultant for Christian workers, teams, and organizations in the Netherlands and beyond. Many churches in the Netherlands have closed their doors. Now, churches are learning hands-on, fresh, God-given ways to bring new life and to share the Gospel.

North America/Worldwide

There are many reasons for missionaries to be located in the USA. Some missionaries are based in the United States, but they travel to other countries to train and to equip national leaders; national leaders are better able to reach their own countries. There are missionaries who train and send Latin American missionaries to areas where Western missionaries are not well received. Some missionaries lead training and short-term teams to areas where they have an ongoing, long-term relationship. Still others serve on college campuses and serve specific demographic populations in the USA.

Christian & Ximena Aguilar, Harrisburg

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Serving with: EFCA Eastern District

The Aguilars are church planters of Vida Life Bilingual Church in Harrisburg, PA. Their vision is to plant and pastor a bilingual (Spanish/English), multi-ethnic church. With strong gifting in evangelism, the Aguilars reach many first generation Christians in neighborhoods that have been generally untouched by church outreach. Christian’s vision is to “touch, transform, testify,” the community in the name of Christ. When asked how Hershey Free can help, Christian responds, “Be with us.”

Valerie A., NYC

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Valerie Althouse grew up in Hershey Free Church. She has been working with international students in New York City since 2005. As the New York City director for ISI, Valerie reaches out to students through evangelism and discipleship. In her role, she serves four staff at NYU and hosts discovery Bible studies at NYU. Also, she trains staff and volunteers in disciplemaking methods. Additionally, Valerie serves two more staff at Columbia University, recruits new staff, raises a city budget to fund their expanding ministries and to subsidize existing staff needs, and she conducts ongoing staff development and coaching. Valerie hopes to grow their CoMovement Leadership team, aiming to reach all 70,000 international students in NYC.

Kirk & Dannel Blackwell

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Serving with: Avant Ministries

In 2015, Kirk and Dannel completed their role as team leaders for the Short Cycle Church Planting team in Koper, Slovenia, where they had been serving since 2009. They continue to assist Avant’s work in India, through in-country training and the development of church planters. Avant has relocated the Blackwells to the USA, where Kirk will move into the new role of Director of Training in 2016.

Ray & Merle Brubaker

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Serving with: Wycliffe Bible Translators

The Brubakers were accepted as members of Wycliffe in April 1980 and served in Indonesia from 1982-1993. They returned to serve in the aviation department at JAARS in Waxhax, North Carolina. Ray is an Aviation Engine Overhaul Shop Manager, and Merle is a Software Distribution Secretary. During their ministry with Wycliffe they have seen over 400 New Testaments and several complete Bibles translated for international minority groups. The Wycliffe vision is to have a translation in every language in progress by 2025.

Larry & Lula

Serving with: Pioneers

Larry and Lula have served 17 years in Southeast Asia and eight years in the Lancaster area. Larry is the US Area Leader for International Immigrant Ministry for Pioneers, and Larry and Lula serve as trainers for cross-cultural church planters while they are still in the US. This training helps the candidates to learn about the culture, to learn how to interact in an appropriate way, and to learn things about themselves that could hinder the work on the field. Larry and Lula work among the refugee community in Lancaster. They serve as leaders in training seminars in Orlando at the Pioneers office and coach Pioneers Teams overseas.

Bob & Carol Givens

Serving with: SIM (Serving in Mission) International

Bob and Carol Givens have been part of the Hershey Free mission family since 1986. Bob and Carol have served with SIM in Bolivia and Paraguay in both church planting and in mentoring leaders to assume leadership in the local church. They are presently coaching and mentoring new missionaries and missionary candidates in the missionaries’ deputation and in building their prayer and financial support. Bob and Carol mentor new missionaries through their training sessions at SIMStart and SIMGo and through a Relationship Development Ministry (RDM) to help build support teams.

Brent & Jen Hautle

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Serving with: Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF)

Brent grew up in Hershey Free Church and has been part of our mission family since 2002. Brent is a graphic designer in the International Ministries department, based at the CEF headquarters. He trains European CEF workers in the use of multimedia and the graphic design software that they use to produce new materials in different languages across Europe. Brent designs materials for a variety of ministries, and he is on the local CEF committee. CEF International ministers to over 15 million children in many countries, and thousands of children take their first steps of faith as a result of CEF. Jen’s main duty is homeschooling, but she also volunteers with the local CEF chapter.

Dan & Laurie Knapke

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Serving with: Christian Union

Dan and Laurie are members of Hershey Free Church. They began ministry in 2006 with Christian Union as campus ministry leaders at Princeton University. Christian Union is a Christian leadership development ministry that currently works within Ivy League schools and strategic US cities. The philosophy of ministry for Christian Union is to prepare men and women for Christian service as top executives in business and also in government positions. In 2013, Dan was asked to become the Chief Operating Officer of Christian Union. In the fall of 2013, they added the seventh Ivy League school to their campus ministry.

Mark & Denise Lewis

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Serving with: ReachGlobal Crisis Response

Mark and Denise joined the Hershey Free mission family in 2008. Mark is the ReachGlobal Crisis Response Director. Mark’s ministry exists to “develop, empower, and release the Body of Christ to show His love in times of crisis…to multiply transformational churches among all people.” Mark travels worldwide to assess the damage after a natural disaster occurs and determines how and if ReachGlobal will participate in the rebuilding. Also, Mark serves in the area of Ministry Consulting and Leader Development, and he mentors interns.

Greg & Sherry Lorei

Lorei 2014

Serving with: Wycliffe Bible Translators

Greg and Sherry are members of Hershey Free, and they have been part of our mission family since 1996. Greg is the Media Templates Coordinator within the Vernacular Media Services of Wycliffe Bible Translators. Greg is involved in finishing and revising Bible stories to be available on videos and other multimedia in different languages for both literate and illiterate/oral-learning people. He leads a team to develop new media resources from current assets; he also leads a team to create and maintain a new website.

Dave & Denise Love

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Serving with: FIM (Faith International Mission)

The Loves have been part of our mission family since 2000. After 8 years of ministry in Bogotá, Colombia, the political violence forced them to leave in 2002. Dave is the Academic Dean at Rio Grande Bible Institute and recently the institute received a 10-year re-accreditation from the American Bible College of Higher Education. Students from 18 countries receive scholarships to prepare for ministry in their home countries. In the last year Dave and Denise have seen the Lord open doors for Latino students to minister in Muslim countries because of similarity in culture.

Andrew Nilson, Boston

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Serving with: Cru

Andrew Nilson is a campus ministry intern with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ). He lives and serves in the Boston area, working on the campuses of Bentley University (his Alma mater) and Babson College. Andrew works closely with students in discipleship relationships, small group Bible studies, and at the annual retreats that Cru hosts for students. He hopes to use the gospel to reach students who will go on to be leaders in industries around the world. Andrew is pursuing a Masters in Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with the intention of developing further for ministry. He currently serves as a Ministry Assistant for his home church, Charles River Church, in Boston.  His journey in ministry has been characterized by Jeremiah 10:23, “I know, O LORD, that a man’s life is not his own; it is not for man to direct his steps.”

Glen & Betty Osborn

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Serving with: China Outreach Ministries (COM)

Glen is serving as the President of China Outreach Ministries (COM) and became part of our mission family in 2002. Today over 300,000 Mainland Chinese graduate students and scholars study or do research in the United States and Canada. The goal of COM is to develop relationships with students and to show them the love of Christ that will open doors to share God’s love through the gospel. New believers are discipled and trained in the Christian faith, preparing them to be multiplying Christian leaders when they return to China.

Alan & Sheri Penman

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Serving with: Cru

Sheri and Alan Penman have served with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) for several decades and have worked internationally and in the US. Alan recently became involved with the Global Prayer Team with Cru, through which they intercede and encourage others in dependence on the Lord in prayer. Alan and Sheri provide guidance and missionary care for the young adults who are seeking to find God’s place for them in ministry. Sheri grew up in Hershey Free Church, and as a college student worked with CCC. As a couple they have been working with CCC since 1981 serving both in the US and internationally. Alan provides member care for Americans serving in East Asia, and Sherri prepares dual-nationality couples for ministry by helping them through the cultural differences that they will face in marriage and ministry. At any given time she is working with 10-12 such couples.

Kent & Jan Reimer

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Serving with: WorldVenture

Kent and Jan have been part of the Hershey Free missionary family since 1979. They first served in Alaska and Brazil as church planters. Presently, Kent is a Church and Campus Mission Coach; they inspire missions in churches, serve as coaches for the next generation of missionaries, and they serve as consultants who help the local church to develop their mission program. The Reimers travel from place to place in the Midwest and Northwest and set-up their mobile home where they are coaching and training church leaders.

Dale & Susan Slusser

Serving with: Helps Ministries

Dale began attending Hershey Free Church when he lived in the Milton Hershey School (MHS). He came to Christ through CEF in his MHS student home, and his house-father encouraged discipleship.  Dale’s heart for ministry grew with him, and in 1987 he became part of our mission family. Dale serves as a draftsman in designing buildings for Christian ministries. He is the Coordinator of Architectural Planning/Design. This ministry dramatically reduces the cost for organizations when they are in need of additional buildings or completely new facilities. Helps Ministries works for organizations in the US, Latin America, Europe and Africa. Dale is also an author and is working on his third book.

Laura-Jean Watson

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Serving with: ReachGlobal Crisis Response

Laura-Jean Watson has been a Hershey Free missionary since 2013. She is a Communications Assistant for ReachGlobal Crisis Response; as such, she takes photos at response locations, organizes ministry videos, creates brochures and promotional materials, develops displays, and writes articles and blogs. She makes these multimedia items available as needed for Crisis Response, ReachGlobal, Evangelical Free Church of America correspondents, missionaries, and churches. There is also a very relational aspect to her ministry as she welcomes interns, cares for needs the needs of international guests, and converses with people to learn their stories.

Gene & Linda Wilson

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Serving with: ReachGlobal

Resources for Church Planters: http://www.globalchurchplanting.net/

Gene and Linda became part of the Hershey Free mission family in 2001. Gene serves with ReachGlobal as the Director of Church Planting.  He develops and equips both people and support systems for the multiplication of healthy, transformational churches around the globe.  Gene works with key leaders from Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East by fostering partnerships with national leaders and through the coaching and training of both staff and nationals for church multiplication.

South and Central America

Julie Bixler

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Serving with: WEC International

Julie has been a part of Hershey Free Church since early childhood. When she was 13, her youth group offered an opportunity to do a missions trip in Harrisburg. The leaders talked about the need for missionaries to tell people about Jesus in places where they haven’t heard of him. Psalm 2:8 says, “Ask of me, and I will make the nations your inheritance, the ends of the earth your possession.” Julie received a confident joy and was called to missions. She prepared for the next 10 years through Hershey Free Church, Columbia International University, and graduate school for Teaching English as a Foreign Language at CIU. In 2014, she joined WEC to be the Assistant to the Directors of the new Latino Missionary Training and Sending, as well as a teacher for missionary kids.

Larry & Fay Buckman, Brazil

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Serving with: ReachBeyond (HCJB Global)

Larry and Fay have been part of the Hershey Free Church missionary family since 1973. Their heart is to reach the unreached tribes in the Amazon River basin with the good news of Jesus Christ. Presently, Larry is the Director of Corrientes Missionary training in Brazil. Throughout Larry’s 40 years as a missionary he has been instrumental in establishing Christian radio and TV station in various places in Brazil and Ecuador; he has also developed nationals in evangelism, pastoral ministry, and prison ministry. Most recently Larry and Fay have been providing theological education through discipleship houses for young men from unreached tribes and for MINTS and UNEDIAS programs. The Buckmans’ ability to touch lives with wisdom and discernment has helped in three main areas: to advance the cause of the gospel as they model everyday Christian living, to help people to work through issues of reconciliation, and to provide vision for the gospel to continue to advance among the tribes in the Amazon regions of Brazil.

Blair & Joan McGwire, Peru

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Serving with: ReachGlobal

Joan and Blair have been members of Hershey Free since 1995 and missionaries since 2005. While serving on the Mission Council for nine years, Blair developed a vision to take the gospel to those who have not had the opportunity to hear. He served as the team leader for a youth team trip to Peru in 2000 and returned with a vision to help the Evangelical Missionary Church in Pucallpa work toward their goal of reaching the unreached tribes along the Ucayali River. In the past 10 years they brought the gospel to over 60 villages and, presently, native Shipibos are taking the Oralidad training to take the gospel to tribal people living deeper inland.

Tim & Debbie McIntosh, Peru

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Serving with: Converge

Tim and Debbie are members of Hershey Free and have been serving as missionaries in Lima, Peru, for 31 years. Tim’s ministry centers on education with two institutions and the local church. He is the Leadership Department Director and a professor at ProMETA, an online masters program in Spanish. Additionally, he is the Director of Distance Education at USEL. Tim also serves as the president of the board of directors for the Evangelical Seminary of Lima, and he preaches in the local Free Church. Debbie continues to counsel individuals, couples, and families of their church. One afternoon a week, she ministers in an underserved area of the city where the heartache and pain requires a divine touch of the Holy Spirit. Debbie is a counselor at Live in Hope, a Professor of Pastoral Psychology at USEL, and the Director of Music at the local church.