Dwight and Diana Brown
Dwight and Donna Brown have served as missionaries within New Tribes Missions for over 25 years. NTM is a missions organization that helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to the 2,500 unreached tribal areas of the world. Dwight and Donna Brown have worked in Paraguay, South America, Mozambique, Africa and are currently serving in Bolivia, South America.
Equip is a non-profit organization founded by Dr. John Maxwell in 1996 that specializes in the development of effective, international Christian leaders. It provides strategic leadership training through conferences, resources, partnership and technology.
Indian Evangelical Team
IET is one of the fastest growing mission organizations in the world. For over 30 years they have worked to establish indigenous churches and church planting movements among the unreached people of Asia. IET trains leaders, cares for and educates orphans, leads community development work and provides emergency relief and rehabilitation outreaches. FFC has had the opportunity to help build over 700 churches in unreached areas through their monthly support.
Faith Family House – Guatemala
Faith Family had the privilege of building one of the homes at Casa Angelina Orphanage near the quaint city of Antigua, Guatemala. Every month 30 precious children within the Faith Family Home are fed, clothed, educated and shown the life changing love of Jesus Christ. Casa Angelina is under the leadership of co-laborers and friend, Ivan Tait.
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For over 25 years Jerry and Jana Lackey have lived and worked among the people of Central and South Africa. Their ministry complex located in the city of Maun includes a quality Christian School, Bible Institute, offices and the Maun Village Church which they planted in 1998. This church has planted many other local churches in rural areas with the help of short-term mission teams.