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Gerry and Donna are volunteer workers, who travel to Vietnam and other international locations to train pastors and church workers. They also develop curriculum from an Anabaptist perspective for post-high school learners.
To contribute toward the program expenses of the Keeners’ work, checks may be mailed to:
Eastern Mennonite Missions
PO Box 8617
Lancaster PA 17604
Memo line “SE Asia Program Ministry/G&D Keener.”
Michael and Ruth serve as members of the Christian-Muslim Relations Team, having served previously for nearly 10 years in South Asia. During this time they lived and worked in a Muslim community. This deep background experience is critical to understanding Muslims and gives them something to draw upon as they equip others for fruitful and life-giving relationships with Muslims. During those years in South Asia, they were devoted to prayer as one of their primary ministry functions. Their gifts and experience help the CMRT continue to grow in prayer and equipping others in prayer as a vital part of mission.
*Name changed for sensitivity reasons.
Peter and Christy serve in French-speaking Central Africa, jointly appointed with Mennonite Mission Network. Peter is joining the work of a seminary and an interfaith relations office of the local churches. Christy works in a hospital as a nurse/midwife. The children are in the local French school. Peter is also a member at large of the Christian-Muslim Relations Team, encouraging churches and individuals through teaching, preaching, writing, and example, to build meaningful relationships with Muslims. Peter and Christy previously served in East Africa with their children for five years.
*Last name omitted for sensitivity reasons.
Vojta serves with Prison Fellowship Czech Republic (a local branch of Prison Fellowship International) through which he serves both persons incarcerated, and their children and families outside the prison. He helps to lead, translate and facilitate “Battle for the Heart” cohorts, and offers language coaching to missionaries living in the Czech. Stacy teaches English and helps to give leadership to an informal language café hosted by a local Czech Brethren church. Together they serve as EMM’s regional representatives for Eastern and Central Europe.
Mark and Sarah serve as the primary EMM link with the Life Enrichment Church, walking with them in such a way as to deepen their biblical/theological understandings, encourage the vision for multiplication, provide pastoral care for the church leaders, and facilitate opportunities for deeper relationships with the broader Anabaptist world.
Alan and Carol have lived in Wales since 1999. They have been involved in church development, teaching English, discipleship training, and more. They are a part of a missional community in Cardiff, where they strive to model a biblical lifestyle in a post-Christian culture.