Adventist missionaries are NOT a thing of the past! They're serving all over the world. They come from everywhere. They go everywhere. And they're doing all kinds of things to tell the world about God's love and soon return.
Their blogs give you a glimpse into their joys, challenges, and hopes. You’ll read thrilling accounts of God’s intervention, humorous incidences of adjusting to cultures in which everything is unfamiliar, and stirring stories about a world in desperate need of Jesus.
So, click on a blog below and meet a missionary--real people who share from the heart and seek your prayers. (You'll find their most recent blogs at the top of each page.)
Ramon and Kathy are missionaries serving at Scheer Memorial Hospital in Nepal.
Michael Campbell teaches a course in Adventist history at the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies in the Philippines.
Janie and Paul, a husband and wife team simply trying to bring hope and healing to a world of suffering, following in the footsteps of the Great Physician.
Drs. Olen & Danae Netteburg serve as primary care physicians at Bere Adventist Hospital in Chad.
Bill & Trixy serve as missionaries in Buea, Cameroon, West Africa. Trixy is a physician and Bill is the development director.
Jamie and Tammy Parker serve as volunteer missionaries in Bere, Chad along with their children, Cory and Brichelle.
Global Mission pioneers are local people who dedicate at least one year to starting new churches in areas or among people groups where there is little or no Adventist presence.
Mission 360° features inspiring stories about mission work.
One day while Rajah was holding a Bible study, a mob approached his house, brandishing sticks and swords.