In October of 2016 a humanitarian crisis began in Tijuana with the arrival of thousands of Haitian and African refugees, seeking asylum in the USA. Baptist churches in Tijuana responded in remarkable ways, a powerful witness indeed.
After 18 years since our arrival to work as International Ministries global servants in Thailand, we are moving back to the United States next month. Chuck has tendered his resignation from IM and will be stepping into a new role as senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the middle of October. Ruth is in conversation with IM regarding the possibility of a role with IM that will utilize her experiences in Thailand/Asia and allow her to continue responding to her call to ministry.
Scholarships make it possible for young people to follow God’s call in their lives as they study to become pastors and church planters in Mexico.
The Rev. Dr. Jon and Amanda Good are preparing for ministries of evangelism, discipleship, education and theological education in partnership with the Baptist Union of Hungary.
Ruth’s ministry is theological education. She lives in Costa Rica, where she serves on the faculty of the Latin American Biblical University (UBL), a seminary founded in 1923 that prepares pastors and leaders to serve in churches throughout Latin America.
Jae Stockton of Billings, Montana, has been endorsed to serve as an International Ministries (IM) missionary in Baja California, Mexico. She will serve through the Baja Baptist Seminary in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.