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Serving Locally & Globally
At Bethel, we believe in the Good News of Jesus - and so we've sent out, partnered with, and supported missionaries and ministries locally in our city, country, and around the globe. Missions include both meeting the needs of soul and body: telling those who haven't yet heard about God's love for them and serving their daily needs.
Check out some of the worlds most incredible people below that have dedicated their lives to reaching and serving people around the world!
Missionaries we Support
Grant has been on staff with YFC/Youth Unlimited since 2003. He has a deep passion for youth work and loves to support, encourage, and empower youth as they grow in their relationships with God and discover what He has in store for their lives.
Ray & Margi Bradbury
The Bradbury's are a missionary family called of God to plant a strong, relevant, vibrant church that is committed to declaring the message of the Gospel in Argentina.
George & Eileen Werner
George Werner is the Strategic Initiative Director for NLI Canada. He has over 32 years of ministry experience, as a pastor, a national leader with church networks in Canada, and as an international mission worker in Europe.
Phil & Judy Bowler
Phil is the theological educational consultant for Guinea, Liberia and Senegal. Judy is the facilitator of discipleship and evangelistic strategies with a vision for multiplicative church planting in Guinea and beyond. Together they are working to strengthen and develop the 17 Alleluia Christian schools in Guinea.
Dale & Carolyn Ruttan
Dale and Carolyn have been ministering within the Buena Vista community of Comayagüela, Honduras for the past 4 years. Since 2013, they have been actively involved in teaching Bible classes within the public school system. Since they have released these nationals, Schools of Hope has been able to expand into 15 different public schools.
Janet & Ilya Bansteev
The Bantseevs are pastoring a church of approximately 1,000 people in Novokuznetsk, a city of 600,000 people. Their congregation ministers in prisons, orphanages, and to people with life controlling problems or addictions.
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