Actively promote and participate in the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations.
Through prayer, finances, and short-term teams we will develop long-term partnerships with missionaries who plant or support viable, reproducing, indigenous churches that proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ in areas where there is little Christian presence.
We support five international missionaries, Christopher and Donnette Brock with Mission to the World (MTW), a Montana couple serving in the Middle East with Gospel Partners, Brennan and Becca McCafferty with MTW in Cambodia, Daniel and Katy in Belgium, and Eric and Megan in Panama.
Christopher and Donnette Brock (France)
When Chris started seminary in 2009, both he and Donnette already sensed that the Lord was calling them to the mission field. Chris felt a strong call toward pastoral ministry and church planting, and Donnette was also interested in finding a way to serve the Lord with her administrative gifts. In 2011 the Brocks accepted a call to serve as church planters in southwest France. Chris was ordained with the PCA in 2013, and the Brocks moved to France in January of 2015.
Only about 1 percent of the people in France identify as evangelical Christian, and only around 10 percent have ever opened a Bible. The Brocks are serving alongside a team that works in partnership with a Reformed, evangelical French denomination, in order to plant a church in the southwest area of Toulouse, the aerospace capital of France. It is their prayer and desire to see this church flourish as a gospel light to those around them in this dynamic and growing city.
Gospel Partners (Middle East)
Brennan and Becca McCafferty (Cambodia)
Brennan and Becca served with MTW as interns to Cambodia during 2015, but not at the same time. Long story short, they connected through their mutual friendships with MTW missionaries in Cambodia and their ESL students. They married in May 2017, and then welcomed their son, Benjamin, in August 2018. Now God is calling them back to serve long-term in the capital city of Phnom Penh.
Brennan grew up outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He came to faith while in college and shortly thereafter developed a burden for ministry and missions. He completed his M.Div. at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary and serving as the assistant pastor at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church in Minnesota. He hopes to use his theological education to assist with men’s discipleship, pastoral training, and church planting.
Becca grew up in Rochester, Minnesota. Through her involvement in short-term mission trips and her internship in Cambodia, God implanted within her a desire for cross-cultural ministry. In addition to helping with women’s discipleship, she hopes to use her nursing background to support the work of Family Clinic.
Daniel and Katy (Belgium)
Daniel and Katy both grew up in the PCA, met through Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at Mississippi State University, and married in 2004. In 2012 they moved to Madrid, Spain, with MTW to serve on a church-planting team, and in 2016 they followed the Lord’s call from Madrid to a new mission field in Belgium.
Their local ministry focuses on church planting, church growth, and leadership development with the goal of seeing the gospel transform the secular society and the Church extend to the “ends of the earth” that have come to Belgium.
As members of MTW Global Training and Development, Daniel and Katy also help train new missionaries as part of MTW's Cross-Cultural Ministry Internship held semi-annually in Belgium.
Eric and Megan Kelly (Panama)
Eric and Megan are preparing to assist the MTW Panama team by training and discipling under-resourced pastors and church planters in rural Panama. The goal is to facilitate groups through a biblical studies program to raise up local leaders. Eric and Megan are excited to learn from and do life as a family with the indigenous peoples they will get to work with.
Throughout his childhood, Eric had the privilege of watching his parents' involvement in Native American/First Nations ministry. This upbringing built the foundation for Eric’s passion and heart for indigenous people groups and cultures. Megan was also blessed by watching her parents open their home to children coming from all different walks of life and cultures. This fostered a desire in Megan to study Spanish as a means of sharing hope across language barriers.
After graduating from college, the newly married couple moved to Nicaragua where Eric worked as a teacher and Megan partnered with local missionaries for two years. Their call to care for every culture and people group deepened together as a couple and new family. Now, by partnering with MTW they will return to Central America as a family of four.