EMM provides training, support, and networking for approximately 134 workers in global witness and service in 35 countries. Workers with public blogs are listed below.
Joe and Gloria Bontrager completed their overseas service in Tanzania in August 2016, and began a term as non-resident volunteer workers to East Africa on September 1. Their continued work will focus on fostering relationships they have built and the development and publication of materials for partner churches.
Nathanael and Spring Davis, along with their children Zephaniah, Selah, Zion, Abigail, serve in Belize by developing church leadership among the Deaf and as sign language interpreters.
Aram and Debbi, along with their children, Shadrach and Priska, are serving with EMM in Kenya. Debbi is EMM's regional representative for East Africa.
Stefanie Good is serving as a mission intern in Costa Rica with community development.
Phil and Linda Gottschalk serve in the Netherlands as leadership trainers at Tyndale Theological Seminary.
Tim and Julie Groff, along with their children, TJ, Gabriel, and Simeon, serve in Belize building relationships and training leaders among the Garifuna.
Jan Heindel serves in the Czech Republic by teaching English and building relationships.
Daryl and Jen Hoover, along with their children, Joseph, Jedidiah, Adam, and Micah, serve in Costa Rica as discipleship trainers and maternal child education through VidaNet.
Bryan and Karah, along with their children Henry, May, and Timothy are serving in church development and ministry to internationals in Germany.
Mike and Roberta, along with their children Naomi, Madeline, and Anika, are serving in Kaiserslautern, Germany as discipleship program leaders and working in church development.
Stacy is currently serving in Prague, Czech Republic. She teaches English and is EMM's Regional Representative in East/Central Europe.
Ted and Julie Smoker, along with their children Abby, Jacob, Nathan, and Esther, serve through business and agricultural development in Guatemala.
Alan and Carol Wert along with their children Brenin, Cerys, and Dylan serve in Wales through discipleship training, evangelism, and modeling a biblical lifestyle in a post-Christian culture.
Jonathan and Heleen Yoder are serving in Sierra Leone, working with discipleship, health and community development.