SERVING REGIONALLY

At Maranatha we believe that God’s purpose in empowering us to be His witnesses was never meant to stay within the walls of our building (see Acts 1:8). The message of the Gospel is something that we desire to take to the ends of the earth. If you would like to take a next step, we invite you to learn more about the people and ministries we support REGIONALLY. We also invite you to pray for them and ask God how you might become involved.

  • Nate & Rachelle Dell, Kremmling, Colorado

    reach beyond

    Nate is currently the Short Term Ministry Team Coordinator for HCJB Global as churches and other groups travel cross culturally to be the Voice and Hands of Jesus alongside the mission’s partners and missionaries. His recent journeys have taken him to Ghana, West Africa, Haiti and Ecuador to lead teams while doing everything from construction and mechanics to assisting a team of doctors as they do medical outreach.

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  • East Iowa Bible Camp, Deep River, Iowa


    East Iowa Bible Camp is an independent, non-denominational Christian camp whose sole purpose is to win to Christ those who do not know Him as Savior and Lord.
    EIBC is also committed to impart and teach the Word of God and to provide fellowship and fun for practical Christian living. Every effort is made by the board of directors and staff to give the Bible pre-eminence and to make each phase of camp life Christ-centered.

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  • Lynn & Sylvia Haines, 

    Charlotte, North Carolina

    SIM (serving in mission)

    Lynn and Sylvia have a two-fold ministry: working with ethnic churches to help them develop leadership and assimilation into the western culture and bringing awareness to the Anglo churches of ethnic people in their communities, training staff and a core group of people to minister cross-culturally and preparing congregations for multi-ethnic congregations. Lynn leads cross- cultural seminars across the country and also coordinates Ethnic Ministries at Calvary Church, Charlotte, NC.

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  • Martin & Judy Kolczyk, Marengo, Iowa

    send international

    Martin and Judy serve Send in student mobilization and recruitment on four Bible College and Seminary campuses. They help students find their spiritual gifts, locations and ministries, do life coaching, realistic goal setting, offer internships, summer ministries, academic internships and career opportunities. Most every summer we travel to different Send fields to learn about recruitment needs, evaluate ministries, help scope out new ministry locations, and help to recruit missionaries to fill those needs and member care. A new ministry is to take college students abroad and expose them to new opportunities and fields.

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  • Matthew & Emmerie Moore, Las Vegas, Nevada

    tentmakers bible mission

    Matthew and Emmerie are ministering to the people of Las Vegas, Nevada.  As church planters, they share the Word, build relationships, and meet needs through outreach, preaching, Bible studies, discipleship, and developing a youth group in the northeastern portion of the city.

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  • John & Cindy Pieper,  Deep River, Iowa

    east iowa bible camp

    John and Cindy minister at East Iowa Bible Camp (EIBC) in rural Iowa.  John completes maintenance and construction projects throughout the campground; and Cindy orders the supplies, keeps the kitchen shelves stocked and the guest rooms clean, and during the summer works as the camp nurse. 

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  • SIM (Serving In Mission) – Jack & Louanne Ryon
    Charlotte, North Carolina

    SIM Headquarters in located in Charlotte, NC, for over 1,600 missionaries, serving in over 50 countries, on 6 continents. Jack works in Treasury to assist with software and accounting issues. Louanne works in Donor Care to record donors’ gifts.

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  • New Tribes Mission – Jim & Connie Turek
    Camdenton, Missouri

    Jim and Connie have served as missionaries with New Tribes Mission since 1983.They were Dorm Parents at a school base for missionary kids in Indonesia.  Due to medical needs, they returned to the States, helping train Missionary Candidates for cross-cultural ministry to isolated people groups. Jim is Director of Outreach, connecting students to the community through various ministries with the goal of sharing Christ in a relevant way; teaches Christian Life modules; and plays with the Student Praise Band in chapels. Together they meet with students in a mentoring program - individually and in groups; are on a team which oversees major parts of a student's life and also the Outreach Leadership Team. Connie is a campus photographer and is in charge of campus decorating. Local church:  Jim pastors an Evangelical Free church; Connie is church secretary.

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