Calle de la Rioja 5, Bajo A
28042 Madrid, Spain
Kelsey has been working in Spain with World Team, a church-planting organization. Her main focus has been relationship evangelism, building relationships through teaching English, playing sports, and a language exchange program.
She now is working under Athletes in Action. She received training in personal training, nutrition, and Life Coaching to better offer athletes a holistic service. She focuses on spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional health & growth. Her prayer is to see Jesus followers on every team, in every sport, in every city.
To come alongside Kelsey TeBeest financially, please click on the link below:
Kyle & Jayne Wenig
6613 Montclair Lane
Madison, WI 53711
Kyle and Jayne currently serve as chaplains for athletes and athletic staff at the University of Wisconsin with Athletes in Action (the sports ministry of Campus Crusade). While they primarily serve at the UW, they also desire to help equip the other college athletic departments throughout the state of Wisconsin.
As Kyle tells their story, "We are so excited to be a part of what God is doing through Athletes in Action! We’ve both served on staff with AIA over 12 years at some of these great places: Wright State University, University of North Carolina, Duke University, 15 months in Australia & University of Missouri. Since the Spring of 2017, we've been excited to follow the Lord in our current ministry assignment: University of Wisconsin! As sports chaplains, much of our ministry is made up of leading Bible studies, pre-game chapels, one-on-one discipleship, evangelism, and small groups. Each summer, we also have the opportunity to join other college athletes as we send them around the world to use their platform through sports to share the ultimate message: Life’s greatest victory is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ!"
Kyle and Jayne have three children: AJ, Leisel, and George.
For more about their ministry click on the link to their website: Team Wenig
If you would like to receive their monthly newsletter click on this link: Wenig Newsletter or
view them online: Newsletter Archive
1104 E. Peck Street
Compton, CA 90221
To learn more about our mission at City Church, please check out our website at:http://www.citychurchofcompton.com/
2923 S. 31st Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081
Rev. Rick Cawthon retired from the Air Force in October 1994. He retired with 17 ½ years of service to enter into full-time ministry. Rick received a B.A. Degree in Christian Education from Berean University in Springfield, Missouri. He served as an Associate Pastor and as a Senior Pastor in churches before becoming a full-time Good News Jail & Prison Ministry Chaplain in April 2004.
Rick and his wife, Kim, moved to Sheboygan, Wisconsin, where Rick is serving as the first Good News Chaplain in eastern Wisconsin. Rick has received a mandate from God, to preach the good news of the Gospel to those who are in prisons or jails. God has used tragedies from Rick’s and Kim’s lives and turned them into a passion to reach lost souls for Christ.
The scripture that has fueled this passion is Hebrews 13:3a, “Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” (NIV)
Rick and Kim have two children, Christopher and Brieanne. They have two beautiful grandchildren, Hannah Mykel and Justin Credible.
For more information go to www.goodnewsjail.org.
C/Islas Azores 9, 2A
10001 Caceres, Spain
Tim and his wife Paula arrived in Spain in 1999 with World Team ministries to join a church planting team in a rural area of Spain that is one of the least evangelized regions of Spain. Tim and Paula are committed to sharing the love of Christ with Spaniards to make new disciples and start new churches. Tim is also serving as the Field Director of World Team Spain to coordinate their church planting efforts.
Tim and Paula have three children: MaKayla, Nathaniel, and Hannah.
For more information about World Team and the wonderful work they do, click on the link provided here: World Team
c/o SIL Ethiopia
PO Box 313/1033
Ayer Tena, AA
The Williamson's have three children, Micah, Grace and Lumi.
For the past ten years, Travis and Andrea have been serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators, the past eight of which have been in partnership with God's church among the Gumuz people in Ethiopia, helping the Gumuz New Testament translation team as a linguistic and translation adviser. These are exciting times as God is slowly yet visibly building His church among the Gumuz. They consider it a privilege to be a part of the task of equipping Gumuz believers, pastors and the church as a whole with His Word - a privilege which extends to all those God calls to partner with Wycliffe in this exciting ministry! They value your love, prayers, and support!
You can view their latest newsletter by clicking here: Newsletter
Tokyo Union Theological Seminary (TUTS) trains pastors for congregations of the United Church of Christ in Japan (Kyodan). As a homeroom teacher for the freshman class, Wayne Jansen gets to know newcomers to the seminary and provides pastoral care for them through their time at TUTS. He also works with the seminary’s Clinical Pastoral Education program. Miho Jansen has a degree in linguistics and has taught English in Japan and Japanese at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Miho teaches English part-time at a Christian high school, helps the faculty and staff translate articles and documents, and often entertains students and church members at home. Miho and Wayne met at a worship service at Yokohama Union Church in 1986. They have twin sons, Manato Thomas and Megumu David.
Wayne serves in partnership with the United Church of Christ in Japan.
St. Pauls United Theological College
PO Box Private Bag 00217
St. Paul's University in Limuru, Kenya, is an international and ecumenical institution that prepares men and women for ministry in the Christian church and in society. Founded in 1903 as a divinity school, St. Paul's recently expanded to become a Christian university. In addition to doing theological studies, students can now earn a bachelor's degree in business administration. Rowland Van Es Jr., who has training in economics and theology, teaches in both departments. Jane teaches psychology and sociology to students studying theology, counseling and social work in the new faculty of social sciences. Rowland and Jane served previously in Sierra Leone, Malawi, and the Gambia. They have two daughters, Jenna and Michelle.