Our congregation supports three missionary families in different parts of the world:

Bobby and Jenny Mihsill

Bobby and Jenny work alongside the Church of God in Côte d’Ivoire, teaching at IBAO (West Africa Bible Institute) and helping develop the national church. They have also partnered with the church to implement and train leaders for the Children of Promise program. Another one of their ministry responsibilities is to help coordinate and host missions teams in Côte d’Ivoire.

The Mihsills are partners with Global Strategy, the missionary organization of the Church of God (Anderson). You can learn more about the Mihsills and donate to support their ministry by visiting their website: www.chogglobal.org/team/bjmihsill/


Lawrence and Jo Adams

Lawrence and Jo have been serving in Guatemala full-time since July 2016. Their focus is to assist other missionaries and ministries to succeed through mechanics and administration support. Lawrence’s goal is to make sure that he is able to use his God given talents to ensure that other missionaries and ministries are provided quick, safe repairs/maintenance performed on their vehicles. Jo uses her talents to help ministries organize and effectively manage documents, by streamlining the process.

The Adamses are partners with World Outreach. You can make a donation to support their ministry by visiting their website: www.worldoutreach.org/796


Darren and Gwen Allen

Darren and Gwen share the love of the gospel with the people of Guatemala in four different ways.

They work with two different impoverished communities to teach English to young adults in hopes of empowering them to have a better future.

They support community projects like building & painting and are currently exploring the various forms of aquaponics that could provide sustainable food and renewable income for families that want to participate.

They partner with other missionaries whenever they can, making prayer visits, hosting teams and helping with transportation. They are active in their church, serving in various capacities and especially helping with the children’s ministry on Saturday mornings.

Finally, they share the gospel in their daily lives. They often use their home to host Guatemalan friends for extended periods of time when they need shelter or just want to improve their English skills. “Just doing life together” is one of the best ways Darren and Gwen know of how to show the love of Christ to the people God has placed on their hearts.

The Allens are partners with Light for the Future Ministries. You can support their ministry by mailing a donation to Light for the Future Ministries, 206 Quarterman Drive, Savannah, GA 31410. You can also visit their website: colossians317ministries.org