Dr. Ricardo Gómez, the Latin America Area Director for Free Methodist World Missions, is pleased to announce the approval of Shane & Katie Jewell as Associate Missionaries to serve in Bogotá, Colombia and Rodrigo and Tanya Rosado as Associate Missionaries to serve in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Called to full-time missionary
Free Methodist World Missions is pleased to announce the approval of six extended-term career missionaries to Asia. All six have served as VISA (Volunteers in Service Abroad) missionaries. Gene and Minori Hall are currently serving as VISA missionaries in Tokyo, Japan, where they will continue as extended-term career missionaries beginning
To best accommodate the needs of their family and continue their engagement in FMC-Asia David and Sarah Clemente continue in their next appointment as non-resident FMWM Missionaries to Asia. Sarah works as the Administrative Assistant to the Area Director, and David serves as a member of ALT (The Asia Leadership
On the Costa Rican coast, Dennis Leon had an excellent idea to address the financial impact that Coronavirus quarantine had on this tourism-based economy. Not only are they able to provide food and dignity to families throughout the area but they are making connections and earning the right to be
We are pleased to announce that on May 13 Zsuzsa McNamara will begin part-time employment with the Hungarian Bread of Life Foundation. She will serve as an Assistant Pastor of the Budapest Free Methodist Church and as the Coordinator of the Set Free Movement in Hungary. Zsuzsa has a special
“Free Methodist World Missions (FMWM) is inviting churches to consider sending VISA Teams to come alongside the church in Puerto Rico to help rebuild. VISA Teams are teams sponsored by a local Free Methodist church or conference that are matched to a priority project as identified by national and FMWM
“To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable to the Lord than sacrifice” (Proverbs 21:3 NKJV). In rural Thailand, 20 tribal children are no longer vulnerable to human trafficking due to extreme poverty. Now that they reside at International Child Care Ministries’ Lahu Hostel, they can access education while receiving food, clothing
As last week wound down, and then over the weekend, we all heard reports of disparaging remarks about the nation of Haiti and certain unnamed African countries. These reports have sparked many different kinds of responses from people of different faiths and no faith, different political leanings, and different tones.