Missionaries Supported by NMPC


  1. Trey and Kikki Adams are in the states on HMA (Home Missionary Assignment) and are planning to return to Thailand later this year.
  2. Margaret Baker, one of our own members who has moved to Costa Rica to assist local churches with outreach, administration, and support.
  3. Stan and Connie Beasley will join the 18.26 Network ministry, a division of Mission to the World that focuses on vocational missions.  They will assist in training, member care, and advocacy with churches.  Stan and Connie will be based in Ghent, Belgium.
  4. Brian and Mandy are part of a team planting a city-center church in a city of 10 million people in South Asia. They are also involved in teaching and training a network of national church-planters.
  5. Kay Burklin is MTW’s (Mission to the World) European liaison with refugees.
  6. Rodney and Jana Davila minister in Costa Rica, helping to build churches, and teaching and training pastors.
  7. Jonas and Christina Davison are part of a church planting team in Japan where they use the arts to build bridges for evangelism & discipleship.
  8. Jeff and Jamie are in India where they are part of a church planting team and where Jeff teaches rural pastors in a seminary.
  9. Rich and Chrissy Greete have a counseling ministry to Mission to the World missionaries here in the States and on mission fields in other parts of the world.
  10. Dr. Victor and Nosizo Nakah are serving in Africa where Dr. Nakah is the international director of missions for Sub-Sahara Africa.
  11. Jim and Mary Alice Patterson have been working with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Australia and Malaysia on Vernacular Media Services, a project which helps produce and edit God’s Word in audio format for people groups who can then hear the Scriptures in their own language. They are now on Home Assignment.
  12. David and Erin Pervis are in a church planting ministry Greece, reaching people with the gospel through several means, one being teaching English.
  13. Mike and Eli Sabin help spread the gospel throughout Southeast Asia by means of Trans World Radio in Guam. Christian programming is broadcast to places that otherwise would have no Christian witness.
  14. Roger and Dianne Smalling write, publish, distribute, and teach reformed literature in Latin America.
  15. Dal and Beth Stanton lead a church planting team in Sofia, Bulgaria. They have developed a special outreach, the “Daughters of Bulgaria” a ministry to prostitutes and women who have been victims of trafficking.
  16. Noah and Karleigh Stephens are church planters in Bangkok, Thailand.
  17. Josh Tsavatewa is a missionary sent out from NMPC who works among the Yakama Tribe in Washington State as a Teaching Elder with Sacred Road Ministries.
  18. Bruce and Barbara Wannemacher provide spiritual care, training and leadership for all MTW missionaries who are serving in Sub-Sahara Africa.
  19. Stephen and Sarah Young worked in Perth, Australia with the Japanese people. They are now located in Tennessee where Stephen continues his work with the Japanese and Sarah, an acclaimed author of best-selling devotional books (Jesus Calling), continues her writing ministry.

**  Caroline Fleming, one of NMPC’s own missionaries, has worked in Bible translation and literacy.  She continues such work through Wycliffe Associates and is self-funded.