The Romito family has been called to Ukarumpa International School in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Their role is in translation projects in (PNG) to teach the children of Wycliffe missionaries, other mission organizations, and PNG nationals, thereby freeing their parents to work full-time on Scripture translation. Serving as missionary teachers will provide the means by which thousands will be able to read and hear God’s Word in their heart languages.



CMU is a nonprofit, volunteer mission organization. Our goal is to serve the local church in Brazil. Our short term mission trips give ordinary people an extraordinary opportunity to serve others. We are intentional about engaging, loving and serving the pastor, his congregation and the people of the community. The trips are about helping these churches and their pastors better serve after the mission team is gone.

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Hope Harbor is a twelve-month, residential, Christian recovery program serving women who struggle with the destructive forces of addiction. Women with addictions face unique challenges. Whether managing a marriage, family, work or home, many seek the chance to change but continue to struggle with drugs and alcohol. HH mission is to bring women the message of freedom from the destructive forces of addiction, equipping them for their future, and giving them the message of GOD’S merciful grace and power to make them whole again.

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GracePointe Ministries

The mission of GracePointe Ministries is to provide Biblical counseling and ministry resources to at-risk youth and their families. GracePointe is getting needs met through direct services such as parenting classes, Biblical counseling, mentoring, discipleship, and developing people for true change. The ministry provides consultation, support groups, camps, retreats, conferences, and training. “No matter what the challenges, circumstances or situations may be, answers can be found in Christ and God’s grace is about giving us life, not taking it away. Any solutions that He provides give life, fulfillment, satisfaction, healing, and peace.”


Focus – Fellowship Of Christians United In Service

FOCUS is a faith based non-profit organization dedicated to helping the less fortunate and those in need in Harris County, Ga. Our ministries include a thrift shop and food bank, providing monetary assistance for medical bills and prescriptions, helping with utility payments, promoting child abuse prevention, and assisting with home repairs. Please visit their website for more information:


L 10:27

The mission of L 10:27 is just what God’s word states in Luke 10:27. Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbor as thyself.

Our vision is to be the Hands and Feet of Jesus in the Pine Mountain/Harris County area by ministering to local children by building relationships with them through Biblical teaching, fellowship, worship and discipleship. Many volunteers from varies churches desire to glorify God by sharing His love. We meet on Sunday evenings from 4:30 – 6:00 at the Pine Mountain Community Gym. Transportation is provided for the children.


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Haiti- New Life for the Poor Children

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The Stampers

Doug and Donna Stamper have been missionaries in the central part of Kenya for over 23 years.  We have been involved, throughout our time here, in church planting and education ministries.  Over the years, we have taught in 3 different colleges, worked together with 12 churches, and are actively involved in a youth camp ministry for missionary children and Kenyan youth.  We are currently working with 4 organized churches and 2 mission works.  It is a real blessing to watch as God works through the Kenyan pastors as they lead their congregations.  We are also involved in teaching at the Nairobi Baptist Bible College.  Donna teaches English Comp and Writing Skills, while Doug is the Assistant Administrator and teaches doctrine and practical ministry courses as well.  We have been honored to have a part in the training of over 100 graduates.  We have truly been blessed by God, and thank Him for the opportunity to serve Him in Kenya.

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Caldwell’s  Quilombolas of Brazil

After graduating from Southern Polytechnic University with a degree in civil engineering, Dane chased the American dream for over 20 years designing clean drinking water systems throughout the Southeastern U.S.  Along with his wife Cheryl and their three children, Kayla, Elijah, and Luke, they have worked in churches throughout Georgia and Florida.  Dane is currently working toward a Masters of Missiology from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

In 2012 Dane surrendered from chasing the American dream after God revealed to him that he wasn’t doing anything with his life that mattered in eternity.  He and Cheryl decided that they would transition from following the path to the American dream to following God’s call on their life.  The Caldwell’s joined LINC-UP missions and Dr. Richie Allen in order to provide clean drinking water and more importantly the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Quilombolas of Brazil.  Currently they live six months each year in Brazil and six months in the U.S. as they raise their own support in order to push back spiritual darkness with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Missionaries to Honduras    (678) 758-6749

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Pastor & Mrs. Craft

Maranatha Baptist Church    Okinawa, Japan

Pastor Craft grew up on a farm in Southeast Iowa.  In May of 1971, he married his childhood sweetheart and Pastor’s daughter, Karen VanDyne Craft.  Pastor and Mrs. Craft have one daughter, Amy, married to Lt. Col. Dennis Uyechi (USAF) and one granddaughter, Precious Faith. Together, Pastor and Mrs. Craft have served our U.S. military, civilians, and their families since 1984.  After serving in ministries in Spain and Germany, the Craft’s came to Maranatha in May 2013. They have a special place in their hearts for military families and the International Congregation of a military church.  It is with great joy and anticipation that they continue their ministry on Okinawa.  Their heart’s desire is that from the moment you step on the church property at Maranatha you will feel like you just came “home”. Maranatha Baptist Academy was established in 1975, as a ministry to the members of Maranatha Baptist Church. MBA offers classes for grades K-5 through 12th.  Using the A Beka Curriculum, MBA is able to provide an excellent educational environment with a Christ-centered approach toward implementing the Bible in all subject areas.  Our dedicated Christian staff and weekly chapel services enable the children in MBA to grow both academically and spiritually.  Our goal is to develop our students to achieve at their highest potential in society for their Savior.

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Taiwan Calling – The Ragans

Wayne and Roni Ragan were both born and raised in Columbus, Georgia.  Each found (or were found by) the Lord at a very early age.  The Ragan’s grew up in local churches where they not only heard the Word, but saw it in action.  After marrying at Edgewood Baptist the couple received intense training in discipleship and evangelism.

Wayne and Roni home schooled their 3 children until the kids reached high school age.  The kids are now married and have blessed their parents with 6 amazing grandchildren.

Once the children ‘flew the coop’ Wayne and Roni became ever more involved in mission activity.  Roni served the Columbus Baptist Association for five years followed by another five years at RiverTown Church where she facilitated home and foreign missions.  Wayne volunteered at Mission Columbus (CBA), Chiapas, Mexico and various short term trips to Tennessee and Kentucky.

After 3 short term trips to Thailand and Taiwan the couple sensed a definite call to Taiwan.  Embracing the George Mueller philosophy and having read ‘Radical’ by IMB President David Platt, the Ragan’s ‘gave it all away’, packed 2 suitcases each and, as Abraham of old, heeded the call to ‘Go to a land I will show you’!

Their ministry is as varied as the flowers of Taiwan!  A walk in the park becomes a conversation about the Creator, a wait at the bus stop ends with greeting a fellow believer and walking the dog becomes an opportunity to share Jesus with someone who has never heard before.  The Ragan’s spend much time in the public schools, discipling young professionals and going to school to learn Mandarin!  Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. The Ragan’s proclaim, “God desires your availability and will give you the ability!  Just take that first step and obey!