North Way Strategic Global Partners
North Way partners with missionaries from 13 countries around the world as they help expand the kingdom of God by caring for orphaned, abandoned, and at-risk children and establish churches that influence and develop indigenous leaders who are capable of reaching their own people in culturally relevant ways.
Each North Way campus has adopted several missionary partners to care for and encourage intentionally.
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Missionaries who align with our mission focus on orphaned and at risk children and those with whom corporate involvement will be strong.
Missionaries whose focus is to see indigenous leaders emerge and developed thereby creating national leaders capable of reaching their own people in culturally relevant ways.
Missionaries who do not fully align with our focus but have been “grandfathered” due to strong relationships and rationale.
Missionaries who stay connected within North Way communities but do not receive corporate financial support.
Latin America Partners
Middle East Partners
This couple in Asia, helped form and continue to partner with the Foster Care Network by taking care of sick, abandoned children until they are healthy enough to go into a foster home or be adopted. They are currently working to open a more permanent facility called “Hope’s House,” a pediatric convalescent hospice facility.
Charlie Beck, MTEC: Slippery Rock, PA, MTEC International (Mobilizing, Training, Equipping, Connecting to the Nations) works to train and mentor university students to effectively reach the nations for Christ, thus raising up the next generation of missionaries.
This partner in Turkey, focusing on the training and development of church leadership and those whose desire is to plant additional churches as well as follow-up of internet and satellite TV evangelism contacts and networking among media ministries.
Mark Szymanski, United World Mission:
US base, involved with strategic initiative development in 35 countries and working to develop sustainable, healthy and expandable models of gospel expansion which include not just evangelism but holistically meeting needs related to poverty, health, water, food and economic development.
Tim & Linda Wright, Operation Mobilization:
England, University ministry
Work with Operation Moblilization and are involved with ministry to university student. Tim also works with young men dealing with sexual addiction and purity issues.
This director of China Harvest:
US/China, provide for humanitarian and leadership development needs. Leads the ministry of China Harvest, Inc., which networks with North American and international partners to provide for humanitarian and leadership development needs in Asia.
Printable Wexford Partners PDF
Daniel & Jessenia Bain:
Managua, Nicaragua, Work with vulnerable families who live in the city trash dump and supervise a children’s home for at-risk girls. The girls go to school and live in a safe environment while growing into responsibility. The primary focus is the girls’ and their parents’ spiritual deliverance and healing—that they would know their identity in Christ.
Emmanuel Pothen, Influence International:
Serve as the USA-based International Directors of Influence Int’l, Inc., an indigenous missions movement that works to bring holistic transformation to the communities of India and beyond, and work through the Daya Project to empower children in great need due to poverty.
This couple serve with Bless China, International (BCI)
, and focuses on building local leaders, fostering communities of Christians, and building spiritual depth and character in the lives of locals.
John & Ammini Abraham:
Provide medical and spiritual aid to the poor. They work to increase access to health care for children with malnutrition and provide training opportunities for families that encourage them to live healthy lifestyles and improve their physical and spiritual health.
This couple reside in the USA, but minister regularly in Muslim countries. Len is a noted strategist, educator, inspirational speaker, and consultant. Debi is a nurse midwife and licensed spiritual director.
Abraham & Molly Pothen: India, Work through Influence Int’l, Inc., to bring holistic transformation to the communities of India and Nepal through Daya homes for children and Bible College training to equip church planters to go to unreached people groups.
This partner through China Passage
: Works from Pittsburgh to reach the unreached in China through evangelism, training and printing literature and resources to equip and train the Chinese Church.
Printable Oakland Partners PDF
Chris & Esther Hoagland, Chiang Rai, Thailand
Give underprivileged tribal and Thai children the opportunity to study in a safe and loving environment while they are away from their families. Their goal is to share God’s love with students and their families and to establish young believers in their faith.
This partner in South East Asia
focuses his ministry on leadership development, particularly the training of pastors, and providing ministry resources to church leadership.
This partner in the USA
, serves worldwide in over 80 countries by specializing in equipping the Church to reach children, particularly children at risk due to abandonment and human trafficking. She trains leaders to mobilize and equip their churches to develop a strong children’s ministry and to reach children at risk in their region of the world.
This couple in Asia,
train and mentor indigenous leaders whose primary responsibility is to plant churches. They are developing a national partnership of churches and pastors to reach the major cities of their host country.
Phil & Linda Gottschalk, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Serve at Tyndale Theological Seminary, where their interdenominational and intercultural student body and staff allow them to train men and women in a unique way for cross-cultural missionary service.
Gerry & Grace Zitzman, Hong Kong/Asia
Work with the local church to raise up worshipers through conferences, weekly youth meetings and services. Their focus is on mentoring youth and youth leaders as well as pioneering and developing a missions department at their local church.
Printable Sewickley Valley Partners PDF
Bill & Susie Antolec, Chiang Rai, Thailand
Give underprivileged Thai teenagers an opportunity to study and be mentored in a safe and loving environment while they are away from their families. Their hope is to share God’s love with students and to raise up leaders who will impact their world for Jesus.
Lisa Anderson-Umana, Latin America
Serving with Christian Camping Int’l, focuses on leadership development by training indigenous leaders who, in turn, train and develop other future leaders.
Dan & Debbie Ecker, Thailand
Help impoverished families in the areas of education, medical outreach and micro-economic lending as well as assist in church planting efforts through their organization, Firstlight International.
Jose Joseph & Sarah Banks Jose, India
Direct the Youth With A Mission training center in Lonavala to raise up indigenous Asian and Indian leaders who are capable of reaching their own people in culturally relevant ways.
Matt Geppert, South East Asia
Directs the South East Asia Prayer Center (SEAPC), which spans many countries in Asia and focuses on a variety of areas from prayer, parenting and education to healthcare, micro-economics and ministry to children.
Robert & Nina Bruneau, Latin America
Have been raised up as leaders through Christian Camping Int’l to train and develop future Christian camping leaders in Latin America. Robert serves as the Executive Director of Latin America Mission and Nina as the Director of International Events.
Mirna Sotomayor & Diana Garrett, Mexico
Work together to develop Camp Kikomar, near the city of Tuxpan. Besides camp construction, their ministry involves teaching and training people in Bible and counseling. They also have a special burden for indigenous people and seek to support persecuted believers.
Prinatble East End Partners PDF