Bob & Rosa

Wood

Bob and Rosa live in El Piño, Honduras, where they direct two private bilingual schools together. They founded these schools— a kindergarten and an elementary school— a few years ago, and these schools are having an incredible impact on El Piño.


Bob has served as a credentialed minister with AIM in a variety of capacities over the past few decades: a pastor, an associate pastor, a youth pastor, a church planter, etc.


AIM has partnered with Bob and Rosa to establish Iglesia Metodista Independiente de Honduras de El Piño (Independent Methodist Church of El Piño, Honduras) so that they can start planting AIM churches in Honduras. The first of these AIM congregations Iglesia Metodista de Gracia (Grace Methodist Church) is already in the works, gathering weekly for Bible study and meeting the needs of folks throughout their community, and will be having its first service of worship on Sunday, September 1, at 7:00 p.m. locally (8:00 p.m. CST).


Please be praying for and prayerfully consider giving to this great work in Honduras. (Simply type 'HONDURAS' in the comments section.)


revbobwood@icloud.com

holly

muehleisen

Holly's story:

"Although I grew up in East Africa as the daughter of WGM missionaries, I never imagined that I would one day be called to be a missionary myself. When I first received my call while I was a college senior, I knew that God had begun a new thing and that I wouldn’t be going back to Africa as a missionary. But I still wasn’t sure where I would end up.

 

"It wasn’t until I was a seminary student that God began to put the Japanese people on my heart. Several of the other students taking classes, including two of the other women in the dormitory, were Japanese. It was through hearing the burden these two shared for their own people that God began to tug at my heart as well.

 

"For two years, I served as a missionary disciple in Japan, teaching English; working with children, youth, and college-age students; and learning Japanese. Now, as a career missionary with WGM, I am involved in church ministries, teaching Fun Fun English to children, and sharing the life-giving message of the gospel with Japanese young people."


Click here to visit Holly's WGM page.


holly.muehleisen@wgm.org

John & Beth

Muehleisen

John and Beth are long-time missionaries through World Gospel Mission serving in Uganda. John trains pastors, teaches church planters, and works with church leaders to develop stronger leadership teams. Beth is a nurse and has a passion for discipleship training with the wives of church leaders and young professional women. They have two daughters, Holly and Faith.


Click here to visit the Muehleisen's webpage. 


Click here to visit World Gospel Mission's website.

jeff & terri

rains

Jeff and Terri are back on the field in Ecuador, this time serving the Lord in Lojo, a city God has placed on their hearts.


rainsfitz@gmail.com

Daniel & brandi

mcIntyre

Daniel and Brandi are with Eye's Wide Open Ministry, serving the Chorti Indians in Chiquimula, Guatemala.  Daniel is organizing and coordinating work teams from the US, also working in the feeding center and Christian school.  Brandi is working with the ladies ministry and teaching in the school.  Daniel and Brandi have two children: Levi and Mary.


danielandbrandi1@yahoo.com

brandon & Heather

Watson

The Watson family lives in Xilitla, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Through Freedom Ministries, they start house churches  and are making a huge impact for the Kingdom.

hope house ministry

Hope House is a vibrant and active ministry to the children and youth of the Pascagoula and surrounding areas of Jackson County. We are a unique ministry and work to show the love of Jesus Christ to the hurting, needy and hopeless children in our community. Under the leadership of Gary & Teresa Pierce, Hope House operates solely as an independent, ministry with over 30 years of experience in Children and Bus Ministry. We operate with the help and assistance provided by concerned churches, businesses, and individuals through gifts of offerings, time, and most importantly, prayer.


Today, in this ever growing field of ministry, new and demanding needs and requirements arise on a daily basis. The current and most demanding needs are of monthly budget support and a larger facility. God has been so very faithful to show his favor to this ministry. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve our Lord and Savior in this ministry. It is truly an honor!


Hope House Ministry

2807 Chicot Street

Pascagoula MS 30581


hopehouseofms@hotmail.com