Long Hill Chapel Supported Missionaries
GREAT COMMISSION FUND (GCF)
The first work of Long Hill Chapel Missions is to complete the Great Commission. By supporting the GCF, we contribute to the work of Alliance Missions all over the globe. Together, we will see the gospel preached to all nations.
CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE SUPPORTED WORKERS
DAVIS – SENEGAL, WEST AFRICA Brian & Michelle Davis are C&MA workers in Senegal. They have four children: Jacob, Jonathan, Karas, and Josiah. They are involved in church planting in close partnership with a local church whose vision is to minister among the local Wolof people primarily using health, education, and chronological Bible story telling as avenues to demonstrate the love, truth, and power of Jesus. At this point there may be approximately 300 followers of Jesus among the 5 million Wolof people of Senegal.
PHENICIE – BERLIN, GERMANY Darrell & Cheryl are long time partners with the C&MA and Long Hill Chapel. They have three grown children: Nathan, Glenn, and Rachel. LHC has journeyed with their family as they have brought the gospel throughout the Middle East. Now, the Phenecies will be going to Germany to work with Syrian refugees. They are beginning a new ministry, Lighthouse. Partnering with a Syrian pastor and wife they will reach out to these displaced people, providing for their physical needs, with a goal of planting a church among the Syrian community.
ROMANO – SANTIAGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Rick & Tammie are workers with Marketplace Ministries, the entrepreneurial arm of Alliance Missions. They have four children: Jonathon, Rebekah, Abigail, and Moriah. Their passion is to provide ways to connect local Dominican C&MA churches to their communities by providing; spiritual, social, educational and medical needs. At present the Romanos are building a water filter & plastic recycling plant that will provide jobs and help elevate water born illnesses by providing water filters to families in remote villages. They are using this business as a means to share the love of Christ with those in the D.R.
CLOSED ACCESS COUNTRY (CAC) WORKERS Long Hill Chapel has a passion to bring the gospel to the most unreached people groups of the world. This involves supporting workers in CAC countries. For the protection of our workers and their ministries, we have kept their identities and locations private. To learn more about the ministries of our CAC workers, please speak to a member of our LHC Mission Committee.
COMPASSION & MERCY ASSOCIATES (CAMA) CAMA is the relief and development arm Alliance Missions. It is a Christ-centered agency committed to the social demonstration and verbal proclamation of the gospel. CAMA staff members seek both physical and spiritual wholeness for the people they serve. They have translated short-term relief into long-term development projects that emphasize local ownership and sustainability, capitalizing on local strengths and resources.
NON-ALLIANCE SUPPORTED WORKERS
ADOLFSEN – INDEPENECE, BELIEZE Sylvia is a worker with Global Outreach Mission. She serves as a registrar & counselor at the interdenominational Belize Bible College, in Punta Gorda. Her aim is to train & raise up Christian leaders to minister in the local indigenous churches, Sylvia teaches Sunday Bible Classes to children in the surrounding Mayan/Ketchi villages. She also prays for and distributes food to the poor, sick & elderly in the community.
AGOSTINI – WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Gabe & Judy serve with Ripe for Harvest Outreach. Gabe does leadership training in Latin American and Europe. Through their leadership network, SALT (Support and Leadership Training), the Agostini family continues to develop new leaders in the church to affectively bring the gospel to their communities.
BONDS – DALLAS, TEXAS Austin & Darcy are the directors of Metro Relief. They have four children: Elijah, Quintin, Isaiah, and Annalee. Metro Relief seeks mobilize, empower, restore, and satisfy the needs of the oppressed. The Bonds do this through offering a food pantry and resource center. They also take a converted bus to homeless communities where they serve food, hand out hygiene products, and offer prayer. Doing this on a consistent basis builds relationships that lead hurting people to Jesus Christ.
HARPER – WINDOW ROCK, ARIZONA Chuck & Cindy are the directors of Western Indian Ministries. They have three children: James, Mike, and Ben. Their purpose is to work alongside Native American believers to know Christ and to make Christ known. Seeking to cultivate a Christ centered community and serve the Church, the Harpers train youth, disciple believers, and take the Gospel to the communities. They broadcast quality Bible teaching on three radio stations, covering the Four Corners region of the Southwestern USA, reaching the largest Native American population in the United States.
SPIEKER – CARY, NORTH CAROLINA Edmund & Marli are workers with Church in Missions and TransWorld Radio. They have three grown children: Marcio, Simone, and Fabio. Edmund leads Pastor Care Seminars, mainly in Brazil. He has started and directs, Champions Arise, a discipleship ministry for men. Marli is the founder of TWR-Project Hannah. A ministry to downtrodden and abused women with a prayer network in 125 countries, programs in 69 languages and multiple mercy ministries.
WORT – LONDON, ENGLAND Grace is a leader with Community Bible Study International. She provides training for class leadership roles within the CBSI Europe team. Leading a group of over 40 women in London, Grace also provides oversight to the classes throughout England and Belgium. Her desire is to watch women grow in their faith, impacting others with the love of Jesus.
RESTRICTED ACCESS WORKERS (RAW) Long Hill Chapel supports a number of non-Alliance workers in restricted areas. For their safety and the protection of their ministry we have kept their identity and location private. To learn more about the ministries of our RAW workers, please speak to a member of our LHC Mission Committee
WORLD IMPACT – NEWARK, NEW JERSEY World Impact is a Christian missions organization committed to facilitating church planting movements by evangelizing, equipping and empowering America's unchurched urban poor. They seek to recruit, empower, and release urban leaders who will plant churches and launch indigenous church planting movements that will advance God's Kingdom in every city.
NYC RELIEF – NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK New York City Relief is boots on the ground in poverty stricken areas of New York City and New Jersey. Leading over 7,000 volunteers, they take poverty, addiction and despair head on. By going to the front lines of critical need, bringing relief and compassion to those falling through the cracks of society, they help bring life and joy to these vulnerable people. NYC Relief connects suffering people to vital resources that can turn their lives around. Shelter, medical care, addiction recovery and job training are lifelines to many who are sinking. The strategy is compassion and the mission is life transformation.
MARKETSTREET MISSION – MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY The goal of the Market Street Mission is to help men, women, and children in need through an Emergency Assistance program and a Rehabilitation and Recovery program. Market Street Mission provides meals, shelter and hope to the needy of Northern New Jersey. This hope comes by meeting physical, emotional and spiritual needs. In our rehabilitation program, families are freed and transformed by the power of Jesus.
FIRST CHOICE First Choice opened in 1985 and now has five centers in New Jersey (Morristown, Montclair, Jersey City, Newark and Plainfield). Their mission is to protect the unborn by empowering women. This is accomplished through prevention, intervention and restoration. First Choice is involved in everything from abstinence presentations in public high schools to counseling a woman who is pregnant and considering abortion, to offering a Bible study for women and men who have personally experienced the pain of abortion and need to know Jesus’ healing in their lives.
GOODWILL RESCUE MISSION – NEWARK, NEW JERSEY Goodwill Rescue Mission ministers to those suffering in the hopeless cycle of poverty, homelessness and dependencies, bringing renewal, hope, joy and victory to their lives through the transforming grace and power of Jesus Christ. The Mission will enable the poor, homeless, and addicted of Newark to encounter Christ through compassionate care that meets their immediate needs, encouraging many to hope for a life of dignity made possible through the Mission’s spiritually rich and vocationally focused program of sustainable comprehensive life transformation.