Adopt a Missionary

Adopting a missionary could mean a commitment to pray for that missionary through the year, or to support them financially. We’d love for you, your family or your small group to take a look through our missionaries and select one you’d commit to.

Corey & Katie Garrett

The Garretts live in rural Senegal working with the Wolof people. Corey is focusing on transcribing the Wolof Bible into Arabic script, while Katie serves as the SIM Senegal Personnel Coordinator. They have five children, with two at home and three in boarding school. They serve with the help of SIM.

Joel & Barbara Trudell

Joel and Barbara work in the development of the unwritten, minority languages of Africa so they can be used in Bible translation, literacy, and development work. Their sending agency is Wycliffe Bible Translators.

Dan & Kim Scheel

Dan and Kim work at Rift Valley Academy, a school for missionary kids in Kijabe, Kenya. Kim is a nurse practitioner in Student Health and Dan is an art teacher.

Ben & Sheriee Finch

Ben, Cher and their children are in their first years working with the Karamojong people in the most rural areas of Uganda through AIM. Their focus is on building relationships in many ways in order to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Bob & Janiie Till

Bob is working on strategic initiatives with Greater Europe Mission (GEM), churches and other mission organizations. Most recently Bob has been focusing on partnerships to benefit the millions of immigrants and refugees living in and moving to Europe, particularly new Muslim-background believers.

Kevin & Amy Wells

Kevin and Amy work in Kenya at Rift Valley Academy, a school for missionary kids. The focus of their ministry is to provide an education for children of missionaries who work in far, and oftentimes dangerous, places. The Wells’ calling is to walk beside their students daily, showing them the love of God.

Brian & Tracy Heffron

Brian is a missionary journalist serving as the Communications & Media Relations of cer for SIM South Africa. After living in South Africa for 14 months, the Heffrons obeyed God’s call and moved back to the US. Brian writes about the work God is doing in South Africa, traveling there for news gathering a few times a year and working online between trips.

Kody & Jennifer Sanderfer

Kody and Jennifer are nurse practitioners serving as Community Health Evangelists. Their vision is to see Wolof individuals and communities transformed holistically – physically and spiritually – through Christ-centered community health.

Through video and photography, Alex documents projects, evangelization work, disaster relief, refugee and anti- trafficking efforts of Operation Mobilization and The Freedom Challenge for the international video team, OMNIvision. His goal is sharing the stories of God’s work around the world to bring His kingdom to the least-reached.

Gabe & Judy Agostini

As part of SALT Leadership, Gabe has been developing an effective theological program for church leaders and pastors in Latin America, Europe and North America who are unable to attend Bible schools and seminaries. This is done through Seminary Education by Theological Extension (SETE) and by helping local church ministries with resources and support personnel. “And the things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, these entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.” 2 Timothy 2:2

John & Laura Iamaio

John and Laura oversee the New York State region of Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ). Along with their team, they are reaching out to thousands of college students, building caring communities of young people who are passionate about connecting others with Jesus Christ.