Global Missionaries

Below is a list of the global workers we support. You can find out more about each of their ministries and what they do around the world. If you’d like to help us support them, check out our 'give' page and follow the link!

  • John and Julie Wright - Kyrgyzstan

    John and Julie run many different ministries in Kyrgyzstan, but their main focus is The Farm. The Farm is a great place where orphans and those who have fallen through the cracks can get a fresh start at life. They will be given a warm bed, hot meals, and even a small salary for woking on The Farm. More importantly, they will receive the counselling, training, and direction that they need to develop hope for their future. You can find out more about John and Julie’s ministry here.

  • Mission of t.e.a.r.s - Ethiopia, South Africa, Haiti, Jamaica, Russia

    NPC is proud to support our members Gord and Diane Lewis, and their organization, Mission of T.E.A.R.S.. Mission of T.E.A.R.S. is working to build the indigenous Christian populations from the people they serve to be leaders in their families, homes, work places, communities, societies, churches and countries. To accomplish this they partner with other organizations at home and abroad taking leadership in project development for both spiritual and social issues. You can find out more about Mission of T.E.A.R.S. here

  • Paul and lynn Kohls - slovakia

    The primary focus and passion of the ministry is to develop young leaders to become a church planting movement across the region. Both will teach in the college and come alongside leaders to help build and expand the kingdom in this ever-so-needy post communist, post-Christian very secular mission field.  

  • The w family - restricted access nations (RAN)

    J and J are Associate Pastors in a Restricted Access Nation . They moved their family in 2014 and have started a ministry to Syrian refugees, serving 300 families weekly. Currently, their goals are to be fluent in the native language and spread the Gospel to one of the largest unreached people groups in the world.

  • ed dickson, loads of love - Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and the Middle East

    Ed Dickson and his family have been serving orphan children, seniors, refugees, and local churches in Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and the Middle East since 1996. He was born in Canada, raised on a tomato farm, and received a Masters Degree in Agricultural Economics. One day, visiting orphan children in Ukraine, his life goals were changed. Ed has been serving children since that day.