Missionaries We Support

JD & Kim Crowley
The Crowleys have served as church planting missionaries among the hill tribe peoples of Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia since 1994.

JD founded the Ratanakiri Bible School where pastoral leaders receive church-based training for ministry among their own people groups.

JD has authored a commentary of Romans in the Khmer language and tailored it to the local culture.
Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum
Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum founded Ariel Ministries in December of 1977 with the focus of evangelizing Jewish brethren and providing discipleship ministry, specifically focusing on Bible doctrine and theology.
Ray & Ruth Ann Gorrell
After serving the Lord in France for thirty-two years, Ray and Ruth Ann were sent by their mission organization, CrossWorld, to a new field, Quebec, Canada.

The Gorrells serve in Sherbrooke, Quebec, at Canada at Parole de Vie, a Bible and language immersion school that prepares missionaries for the mission field in French speaking countries.
Randy & Gay Hongo
Randy and Gay Hongo have a world-wide ministry of music, based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Their ministry, called Christian Vision, was founded in 1981. They have traveled and presented concerts throughout the US and other countries.

Pray that God would provide them with direction and financial support as they seek to open a music school here in Hawaii.

P.O. Box 31124
Honolulu, Hawaii 96820-1124
(808) 834-1000
Dr. Kendrick & Alicia Lau
The Laus serve as long-term missionaries at Hospital de la SIM-GALMI in Republique du Niger, West Africa, using their medical skills to relieve physical suffering while actively sharing their faith and discipling faithful men and women.

Kendrick is the chief medical officer and delivers patient care in the outpatient department and hospital. Alicia cares for their 5 children, home-schools Joseph, their oldest child, provides hospitality and nursing care for sick expatriate and missionary workers, and is acting as co-leader for the missionary team.
Dr. George Rhoades
Roads to Hope is “devoted to helping those who are spiritually, physically and emotionally traumatized by disasters around the world”.

Dr. Rhoades uses his skills in counseling and trauma counseling to travel abroad to many countries of the world each year, ministering in hospitals, clinics, schools and universities to train professional counselors, pastors and lay leaders in trauma counseling.
Paul & Carol Suzuki
The Suzukis serve in Japan with SEND. They spent their first five years in Japan working with Hi-B.A. which stands for High School Born-Againers, taken from John 3:3. This is a ministry of evangelism and discipleship of high school students. Every week, Hi-B.A. runs 25 afterschool Bible clubs in the Tokyo and Osaka areas.

Paul has been put in charge of the overall ministry of SEND International in Japan. He has worked extensively with the recovery operation in Tohoku, in northern Japan following the Tsunami. Pray for Paul in his new administrative responsibilities as he oversees the work of SEND in Japan.
Patrick Zukeran
Patrick Zukeran received graduate degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M) and Southern Evangelical Seminary (D.Min). In addition to his work with Evidence and Answers, Pat serves on the faculty of several Christian colleges around the world. With his fresh teaching style and easy-going personality, Pat is a popular speaker in churches, at conferences, and in colleges/universities through his national and international speaking and teaching ministry. Pat has hosted his international Evidence and Answers radio show, which is broadcasted daily, for more than 12 years and has directed the annual Hawaii Apologetics Conference for nearly a decade. Pat has authored several books, The Apologetics of Jesus (co-authored with Norman Geisler), Unless I See, and God, Eternity, and Spirituality (editor).

Pat is dedicated to advancing the Christian worldview through the education of our local and world communities and promotion of the evidence that confirms the Christian faith and provides biblical answers to the challenges that confront our culture.
Merle & Claudia Wiens
The Wiens serve in Tanzania, Africa. Merle Wiens is the Africa Area Director for ReachGlobal (the mission arm of the Evangelical Free Church of America). He is the main liaison between the ReachGlobal home office in Minneapolis and the Africa Area Office (AAO).

Claudia works part-time in the AAO and is also involved in a Bible-study group with some college girls, a Moms in Touch group, neighborhood evangelism and hospitality for the many visitors who pass through Nairobi. She also teaches Sunday School. In addition Claudia organizes English Language Camps in the summers and invites short-term teams to come to serve in these camps which are very popular among the people of Tanzania.