Our Partners Around The Globe
Tim & JoAnn Bauer – YWAM
Tim and JoAnn Bauer have been working with YWAM for over 35 years, reaching the lost in SE Asia with the gospel. They bring the life-changing message that Jesus loves them and then teach and train these new believers to go out into the world to share this gospel with others. Tim just finished training students in Sabah, Borneo.
Cory and Kris Thede – Haiti
Serving with Global Partners since 1998, the Thedes serve the Haitian people, engage in their everyday life and provide agricultural, medical, and spiritual resources and training. Equipping and encouraging communities to better their lives and the lives of others results in entire communities being impacted for Christ. Ultimately, Cory and Kris strive to glorify God in all they do.
The Kid’s Club in Haiti – Global Partners
The Kid’s Club is a weekly program designed to reach the children of Haiti with the gospel message. This program impacts the lives of the next generation with the joy of the Lord; as they learn, have a small treat, and learn manners, self-respect, and self-reliance.
Jake and Hilary Mlsna – Cru
Jake and Hilary have their base of operations at Mankato State. They have the responsibility of reaching the schools in South Western Minnesota with the gospel message through Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ). Their goal is to raise up a generation of believers who have a vital relationship with Jesus. They also want to teach these students how to share the gospel, both at school and as they return to their homes and homelands after graduation.
C.O.M.F.O.R.T.S. Food Pantry – Minong
Starting in the home of a couple with a big heart for the Minong community, Comforts has grown and now occupies a building in the Village of Minong. The food shelf is open each week for those in need; giving people a safe, friendly place to receive help.
Uganda – Global Partners
In 2000, two neighbors started a home fellowship in their hometown of Busia, Uganda. That small group of believers has grown since then through their church planting efforts to an association of sixty-two churches in eastern Uganda and western Kenya. The Wisconsin District of the Wesleyan Church now partners with Uganda, offering support and training for the pastors of this quickly growing church in an impoverished nation.