July 5 - 16
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Agape International Missions (AIM) in Svay Pak, Cambodia has this goal: fight trafficking, restore victims, and transform communities. After years of ministry growth, AIM has expanded to multiple Rahab’s House community centers, a Lord’s Gym that reaches pimps and traffickers, AIM Employment Center (AEC) that gives young women a career in textiles, and a network of Cambodian Churches that are now educated about the issue they didn’t even see back when AIM first started rescuing children. AIM equips churches to fight trafficking in Cambodia and now in the US with AIM Anti-Trafficking Training.
Chenaniah and Laura are missionaries working with YWAM based in Perth, Australia. A majority of their time is spent in different developing nations throughout Africa and Asia. Chenaniah leads outreach teams that focus on using worship and music as an outlet to reach people and share the gospel with them. Laura works primarily as a volunteer midwife in busy government hospitals and rural village clinics. They are currently in South Africa running a music program that teaches local children from the slums how to play instruments and sing. After this, they will head to India to work with a team of student midwives.INTEREST LIST
Troy and Jammie Tompkins along with their five wonderful children live in Doryumu, Ghana and serve with Christian Health Service Corps (CHSC) to support both City of Refuge and Medical Ambassador International’s West African CHE coordinator, Dayo Obaweya. The Crossing has worked with all of these individuals and organizations through our repeated trips to Ghana. Through financial support of Troy and Jammie, we are able to amplify their work with other ministries we support while on the ground. CHSC exists to train and launch medical missionaries to serve in poor, underserved regions while using the CHE model to bring holistic community development to rural communities by raising up locals to lead. Troy is a Family Physician and Jammie is a Nurse Practitioner and they serve as the medical directors at City of Refuge.INTEREST LIST
David and Sheila Lall started their full time ministry work in December 1982. Through their ministry in Indian villages, they have planted 250+ Churches and House Churches, and have built 37 Church buildings. They have also started a secular college offering graduate degrees and a special school (Oasis Of Love) for children of this region with special needs.INTEREST LIST
In 2014, former Crossing staff member, Iliana Bustios stepped out in faith and moved to Trujillo Peru to serve alongside the women and teens in the barrios of Trujillo. Iliana’s passion for relationships and commitment to the Peruvian people have helped her thrive over the last 2 years while serving. For the last 3 years The Crossing has sent teams down to serve in the barrios and we will have 17 people traveling down to work with Iliana again in August.INTEREST LIST
Michael and Amanda, along with their children Landon, Nohemi, & Levi have been in the Dominican Republic for the last 9 years. In 2014, after 8 years on staff with G.O. Ministries they felt it was time to step out and start and orphanage for the thousands upon thousands of abandoned Dominican children. A new partner this year, the Braisteds are committed to the rescue and restore of as many children as possible. In the past 2 years The Crossing has sent over 25 students and leaders to partner with the Braisted’s on this mission.INTEREST LIST
Seth and Megan Philip moved to Japan in 2010 to “preach the gospel where Christ has not yet been named” (Romans 15:20). They have been involved in urban church planting and currently serve at Mustard Seed Christian Church in Osaka, Japan, which they helped plant in 2011. They have two children, Asher and Phoebe.INTEREST LIST
Aaron and Tana Molesky along with their two children recently moved to Northern Ireland to begin a movement toward building faith communities that lead to local church plants. Their heart and vision is to bring about revival which will widely impact the region and beyond. The Molesky's work through New Mission Systems International stateside and RIOT Ministries in Northern Ireland.INTEREST LIST
Russ and Sydney Bridges work in Yangon, Myanmar. Partnering with The Crossing to serve in Southeast Asia for over 8 years, they are area leaders over 16 teams in Thailand and Myanmar. The focus of the Bridges ministry is to mobilize teams that initiate church planting movements among unreached people groups in partnership with local churches throughout the region.INTEREST LIST
YWAM San Diego/Baja was started in October 1991 by Sean and Janet Lambert. Their vision was to mobilize groups that wanted to serve the needs of the poor both practically and spiritually. One organization that started out of this vision was Homes of Hope. In the last 15 years, HOH has helped to build and provide homes to over 2,000 families. The Crossing has partnered with YWAM and HOH to build over 30 homes in the last 7 years. Through the bi-annual process of building homes, we have built a relationship with Alfonso & Claudia Sanchez. The Crossing has been financially supporting Fonzy’s work as a builder in the Homes of Hope program.INTEREST LIST
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