Ross and Cynthia Ulrich
Brother Ross gives oversight and encouragement to our missionary team in Ghana. He mentors several local church leaders, teaches in the church at Tamale, and co-directs an annual Bible school. Ross and Cynthia Ulrich have faithfully served the Lord in Ghana since 1993. They are currently on furlough in the US.
Justin and Ann Kanagy
In Accra, the logistical hub of our mission in Ghana, Justin and Ann host travelers, work with immigration, process paperwork, and take care of the mission’s finances. Theirs is a necessary support role, one that frees the missionary team to focus on spreading the Gospel.
Aaron and Gretal Ulrich
In January 2018, these two nurses moved into the village of Sheri. Their much-needed physical service builds bridges of trust and credibility between the community and the message of the gospel. With a solid grasp of the language, Aaron is able to share the gospel, often one-on-one in informal settings. Aaron and Gretal’s primary purpose and goal is to make disciples for Jesus Christ among the Gonja tribe.
Daniel and Christy Kenaston
Since 1999, Daniel and Christy have worked among the Konkomba tribe, preaching the Gospel and, more recently, mentoring the church leaders. Daniel also directs SENT 1 and SENT 2, our training schools focused on youth discipleship and missions motivation.
Ben & Sarah Smith
Ben and Sarah work with Daniel Kenaston on the logistics of SENT 1 and SENT 2, our training schools that are focused on youth discipleship and missions motivation.
Tonya teaches conversational English and phonics to elementary school children. She lives in two rooms of a Ghanaian family’s compound in Kpasanado, just across the village from Nate and Lysanne.
We currently have a couple living in the Middle East, doing Arabic language-learning with their two-year-old girl and newborn son. Their vision is to stay on in their country of choice, for at least the next two years doing language study, before they continue on to the next phase of ministry. Their goal is to train disciples who can lead the church planting effort among their own people.
For over a decade, our English school in a restricted-access country has existed to help Asian young people in their vocational pursuits by training them in English. We currently have several families and single volunteers there, managing the English school and making disciples who will be able to spread the gospel further among their people than we are able to do.