Pastor Eric Bougie leads Calvary Chapel Poltava where he and wife Tanya are training future church leaders, as well as ministering to orphans, youth and local hospitals.

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While Mary is still involved with Calvary Chapel English Service Lima, (CCESL) the largest share of her time is now spent working with Calvary Chapel Lima--and the Spanish speaking churches in and around Lima. Mary loves to to go into the women's prison to share the gospel, as well as daily street evangelism.



Andy and Jessie Duncan are missionaries in Berlin, Germany, a city of 3.6 million people. They lead a house church in the heart of the city that is discipling German, Persian, Arabic, and Spanish speaking believers. In addition to leading their house church and other discipleship groups, they are also developing a discipleship curriculum that is being used in the state and evangelical churches throughout Berlin. Their heart is to share Christ with the lost and to teach people how to hear the voice of God for themselves by studying of God’s Word.



Tim and Christina are serving in a church support role with Calvary Chapel Vinnytsia, Ukraine. They are involved in multiple community outreaches, lead worship, teach Bible studies and facilitate small groups.



Pastor Rick and his wife, Beth, started and maintain a vibrant, growing English speaking church in Lima. Many people are learning English in order to widen their opportunities. Pastor Rick and Beth began holding free conversations to assist them in their English. They are also involved in community outreaches and discipling those who have made a decision to follow Jesus.



Brent and Heather have been full time CCM missionaries for the last 20 years. They pioneered, and continue to lead, a YWAM (Youth with a Mission) training campus located in Mazatlan, Mexico. They are passionate about seeing young people trained, equipped and released into their callings. They lead a staff of 65+ full-time missionaries of all ages and from many different nations. Their ministry does a variety of work locally in the city of Mazatlan, nationally across Mexico, and internationally as they send mission teams worldwide.



“Erin (McDede) Mweemba serves as a long-term missionary in NW area of Zambia, Africa. She recently married Chrispin Mweemba, and they and their missionary team are focusing on discipleship of the Lunda Tribe. This tribe spans 3 nations: Zambia, Angola, and D.R. Congo. Their ministry is strategically located in the NW tip of Zambia that borders both Angola and D.R. Congo so they can share the gospel into all 3 nations. They share the Gospel through preaching, teaching, healings, and long-term discipleship of indigenous believers. Their heart is to reach the lost, set captives free, equip/empower local believers, and mobilize them to fulfill their part in the Great Commission. They are accomplishing their vision through village bible studies, children’s ministry, and intensive discipleship programs for local leaders and Pastors.



Pastor John O'Bryan, his wife Shannon, and their four children are serving the Lord in Mazatlan, Mexico. They have many responsibilities at YWAM (Youth With A Mission) but their primary duty is to lead and direct YWAM Mazatlán's Medical Ship ministry. They are using their skills as Physician Assistants as they lead mission teams who reach the underserved and isolated rural population of Baja, Mexico and provide them with medical care. They also use their missionary training to share the love, grace, and gospel of Jesus Christ.



Pastor Jean Oscar Bayiha is the Pastor of the Calvary Chapel in Dakar,Senegal in Africa. He speaks English, French, and Wolof, a local tribal language. He was raised Catholic, but as a young man was invited to an Evangelical church where he heard the Gospel and received Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. Years later, after visiting our Melbourne campus, CCM helped Oscar's church become the only Calvary Chapel in the country of Senegal. Oscar and his Church share the Gospel throughout the country, especially to Muslims in outlying rural areas. He and wife Gladys are extremely passionate about sharing the Gospel with everyone they meet, and their goal is to help everyone find eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ!



Pastor Seige is the lead Pastor of Calvary Chapel Port Au Prince, Haiti, which is rapidly becoming one of the largest Calvary Chapels outside of the USA. Seige, along with wife Dinette, are big believers in empowering the Haitian people through education and training schools. They are also have a huge presence throughout Haiti via his sermons on Christian Radio, a vibrant street kids ministry, and the Calvary Christian Family Orphanage.



Rachel moved to Lima, Peru where she enrolled in Calvary Chapel Bible College. Upon graduating, she became a CCM Missionary, supporting Pastor Rick and Wife Beth in Calvary Chapel English Service, Lima. Awhile after meeting in CCBC and graduating Rachel and Dante were married. Rachel organizes events, disciples young women, and regularly sings in the band along with whatever is needed. Dante is an Elder, supports Pastor Rick in CCESL, plays in the band, leads young men in discipleship, conversation clubs and Bible studies. They now have 3 children, Sean (5), Timothy (3), and Benjamin (1).



Our family of 5 lives in San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua as we serve as the Executive Directors of the Latin American mission base of an organization called RIDE NATURE. Our ministry goal is to share the Gospel and raise Godly leaders through action sports outreaches, evangelism, and discipleship. As a family, we are discipling leaders throughout Latin America while heavily investing into the lives of those in our community of San Juan. We desire to be a light in this city as we share the love of Jesus Christ. We conduct weekly Bible studies, and are also "in the process" of planting a Church in our city.



After meeting Jesus years ago at CCM and going through much instruction in the Word, Lincoln went on a mission trip to Nicaragua. His heart was greatly moved for the people there and shortly after, he heeded the call of God upon his life. As a missionary now in Nicaragua, Lincoln is reaching out to the children living in impoverished ghettos in Managua, Nicaragua. He serves at a place the Lord provided where children gather before and after school to receive food, prayer and the Word of God. He is also teaching Bible studies at a prison and ministers at Blue Bird House, a home for physically and mentally-challenged children.

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