Paul Congregational Church partners with missionaries serving all over the world — from Asia Pacific to right here in the USA — for the purpose of proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost.
Below are some of the ministries we are privileged to partner with. Some missionaries may not be listed, in an effort to protect their ministry abroad.
Ron and Sally C. – New Tribes Mission // USA
Ron and Sally serve on the administration team with New Tribes Mission based out of Florida, but travel around the country frequently on behalf of New Tribes.
To receive their newsletters and updates, email Ron & Sally directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott & Beth Cunningham – Overseas Council // Global
Scott and Beth are missionaries with SIM (Serving in Mission) and are on-loan to Overseas Council, based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Scott is specifically involved in assisting strategic theological education programs in seminaries and Bible colleges. Overseas Council works in areas of the world where the need is greatest, where the Church is growing the fastest, or under formidable odds — in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Eurasia.
For more information on the “Institutes for Excellence” that Scott leads around the world, check out http://overseas.org/our-work/programs/institute-for-excellence/
To receive their newsletters and updates, email Scott directly at email@example.com.
Craig & Kayla Gilley – New Tribes Mission // Asia Pacific
Craig and Kayla Gilley serve with New Tribes Mission in Asia Pacific. Craig will provide technical support in the area, while Kayla will be serving as a homeschool specialist to other missionary families. For more information, follow the Gilley’s blog at www.gilleyadventures.blogspot.com.
Torre & Narah Meissner – New Tribes Mission // USA
The Meissners are currently living in El Paso, Texas operating the New Tribes Mission guest house, which serves traveling missionaries coming to and from Mexico. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minidoka Christian Education Association // Rupert, Idaho
The Minidoka Christian Education Association provides an opportunity for students at Minico High School to take a noncredit elective course to learn more about the Christian faith. Beyond mere academics, the class challenges students to become people who love God with all their hearts, souls, minds and strength – as well as to love their neighbors as themselves.
Follow the MCEA Facebook page: for updates and events!