New Life supports 55 missionaries and missions projects. Some of our missionaries are in
dangerous countries and for their safety are not listed below.
WORLD MISSIONS U.S. MISSIONS
Mike and Vicky Baldree–Northern Asia David and Ruth DeGarmo–Native American Ministries
Alister and Lindy Belbin–Spain Mario and Michella Duque–Church Planting Ministries
Sam and Sheila Bowdoin–Phillipines Lee and Colleen Jenkins–Chi Alpha Campus Ministries
Mark and Daniela Brink–Global Initiative Joseph and Donna Lortie–Chi Alpha
Diane Campbell–Cambodia Stephen and Charlene Michaels–Chi Alpha
Michael and Heather Chowning–Siberia Garry and Jeanann Miller–Chi Alpha
Amy Singleton–Zambia George and Jessica Rafidi–Intercultural Ministries
Hermel and Leslie Del Rosario–Mexico Mario and Robin Solari–Chi Alpha
Chris and Kelly Dudley–Belgium Ed and Janice Sullivan–Native American Ministries
Mike and Suzette Escoe–Ecuador Russell and Oakley Trubey–Chi Alpha
Jerry and April Foster–Belgium Pregnancy Solutions, Venice, FL
Jonathan and Irina Frazier–Latvia Victory Village, Venice, FL
Michael and Kathy Froitzheim–Eurasia Chris and Kathy Kennedy - Chi Alpha at
Tommy and Sharon Harris–Dominican Republic University of Southern Florida (USF)
Ernie and Linda Henson–Bahamas
Gloria Jackson–AGWM General
Arnold Lastinger–International Ministries
Don and Johanna Martin–Belgium
David and Shirley Martz–AGWM General
Wayne and Jeny Monson–Guatemala
Travis and Raushan Moran - Teen Challenge
Bruce and Joy Page–Slovenia
Dan and Silvana Place–Belgium
Mark and Amy Renfroe–Middle East/N. Africa
Neil and Deanna Ruda–International Ministries
David and Dana Santiago–Spain
Nelson and Rennae de Freitas–Dominican Republic
Mark and Candace Williams–Spain
Haiti Care Mission - Lance & Lynn Anderson
Ezra International - Richard & Joan Wagner
Justin and Sarah White - Romania
Damian and Mirla Zinicla - Cuba
Wayne and Shellie Frost - Trans World Radio
Teen Challenge International
The Shepherd's Lambs
Search for an Assemblies of God Missionary:
Missionaries on the Move
Why do people become missionaries and go live in another country? What are their thoughts as they get ready to depart for the mission field? We caught up with three new missionary couples and a single new missionary during the recent Missionary Training and Renewal and posed these questions.
For the past six years I have had the privilege of posting articles, stories and news from our missionaries on this AG World Missions website. Later, we started daily postings on AGWM Facebook and Twitter that are now being viewed by thousands of people a day. Reading your comments has been fun and heartwarming.
A New Season
What a joy it has been for the past 21 years to serve the Lord in Assemblies of God World Missions. I have so appreciated interacting with missionaries, speaking with pastors and church personnel, and developing friendships among the great people who work here at the National Leadership and Resource Center.
World Missions News & Information
Register Now for the 2013 Hispanic Fly-In
Register now for the Hispanic Fly-in to be held March 22-23 at the Hilton Kansas City Airport Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri.
Missionaries on the Move
People hearing God's call become missionaries and serve Him in other lands. Discover how they feel about preparing to depart for the mission field.
After 27 years of working at the AG national office and six years of posting articles on the AGWM website, Owen Wilkie is moving on.
A New Season
After 21 years of serving the Lord in Assemblies of God World Missions, AGWM U.S. Relations Editoral Coordinator Miriam Testasecca is moving to a new season in her life.
Veteran missionary David Lee is returning to field ministry after nearly 12 years as AGWM U.S. Relations director.