As missionaries-in-residence, posted at a Free Methodist Church in Michigan, Bryan and Tammy serve as critical members of the FMWM- Asia leadership development team, working to mobilize 10,000 leaders through the Gethsemane Leadership Training pathway. Through the internet and regular visits to Asia, Bryan and Tammy offer inspiring and encouraging support to national leaders across Asia.
Contact Bryan & Tammy
- wisdom as they resource pastors in Asia
- clarity in communication as they invest across multiple cultures and languages
- pastors and leaders studying through Gethsemane Leadership Training
- creative ideas for building “better together” partnerships between U.S. churches and Asian churches
- their children’s continued physical, emotional, and spiritual growth
Counting the Cost
I’ve been listening to The Journal of John Wesley. He was chased down, stoned, rejected and condemned. Yet he proclaimed the gospel to all he could. In Acts, we find the disciples were jailed, shipwrecked, and some killed. But they kept going. Jesus died on the cross...
Convergence of Creativity, Creation and Kingdom Growth
Superintendent Daniel Sar of our Cambodian Free Methodist Church has a dynamic vision to plant a church in the thousands of villages in Cambodia where there is no gospel witness. It is a big vision that requires creativity, but Daniel trusts that as they plant seeds,...
Kingdom Principles from the Lotus Plant
The lotus flower is a beautiful aquatic perennial grown in many parts of Asia. It is often used for medicinal purposes or used in cooking, baking and adding flavor. At the annual conference in Creative Access Asia-VN, Superintendent Hien told a story of his fishpond...
Come and See
Imagine seeing children drink and play in filthy water — water you wouldn’t even step in because you know it contains water from toilets, sinks, pastures and all manner of runoff. Imagine living in a place where the closest thing you get to clean water is the...
Bringing Hope to Cambodia
The median age in Cambodia is currently 25 years. This high concentration of youths brings great challenges and time-sensitive opportunities. An estimated 96% of these youths are Buddhist in background, but the majority are drawn to Western consumerism. Like many...
Why Are You Singing
“Why are you all singing?” the neighbors asked Ms. Holly (not her real name). Ms. Holly is a cross-cultural worker living in Country-VN. It is illegal to share the gospel with others. The neighbors are suspicious of the group’s singing and wary of the foreigner. They...