Mobilised into Mission

Our Missionaries

David & Pamela Hamilton

David and Pamela were first called to Spain 15 years ago, when they transferred their ministry status from ministers to become missionaries to Spain.  They have previously worked with local Roma and African churches but now focus on pastoring and ministering to the expat community in Mojacar on the southeast coast, where they are the senior leaders of a church.

Erik & Lisa Petersen

Erik and Lisa are New Zealanders (though Erik was born in Texas, USA) who originally moved to Europe to work with OM.  They were involved in running Manna House in Bromley and became part of the Bromley AoG church under Mark Wiltshire.  Having heard their own  Macedonian call, they moved to the Balkans to help minister to a nation that has few Christians. They are now based in Matka, just outside Skopje in North Macedonia, where they use a business as mission model to provide employment, hope and a platform for discipleship through the provision of a retreat and small group conference facilities for missionaries and mission groups.

Stefano and Francesca Guaglione

Stefano and Francesca originate from Italy and came to England as IBTI students. They are now key members of the IBTI staff team with responsibility for teaching and mentoring the current batch of students.  They have a huge passion for Europe and use the college holidays to run youth camps and take short-term mission teams to various locations across the continent.  Stefano is also part of the European mission team.

John and Eliana Whyte

John Whyte originating from Fraserburgh in the North East of Scotland and Eliana Zucchi Whyte originating from Taranto in the South of Italy.  They met and graduated at the International Bible Training College back in 1985/86 and married in 1987, before moving as AoG missionaries to Silla in Spain. There they spent 17 years establishing a growing, healthy church before handing it over to Spanish ministers and moving back to the IBTC in February of 2002, assuming responsibility for the College 7 years later.  They are now leading and developing a team of approximately 17 volunteers and 35-40 students who come from the UK, Europe and beyond.  Their ministry takes them to churches across the world that have been established former students and staff who developed personally and ministerially at the IBTC, helping them to pioneer and lead churches and send new participants from these churches to the IBTC to begin the process all over again.  Their vision is to see a vibrant serving community throughout the world reaching every person of every walk of life with the Good News of God's love and forgiveness.

David & Monica Baptist

David and Monica live in Emmersdorf an der Donau in northern Austria, where David is the senior leader of FCG St. Pölten, which is a pentecostal church plant.  He is also the director and founder of a discipleship training programme known as the School of Empowerment Austria.

Catherine Young

Catherine Young has been a member of Wycliffe Bible Translators and served Wycliffe's primary partner organisation, SIL International for more than 30 years, based initially in the Philippines where she was involved in a Bible translation and literacy programme which resulted in the publication of the New Testament for the Palawano: Brooke's Point language community. Catherine has also lived long-term in Bangladesh and in Thailand. After serving in regional leadership roles in Asia, she returned to live in the UK in 2014 and now serves globally on SIL International academic leadership team, supporting Bible translation, literacy and education programmes through training, leadership development and management.

David Taylor

Rev. David Taylor is married to Dary Luz and lives in Santa Marta, Colombia along with their three children, Maria Camila, Nathan & Hudson. He has served on the Latin American mission field for more than 25 years, during which time he founded Colombia Childcare (UK), through which more than 1500 children are benefiting, and the Oasis of Hope Foundation, which currently has six projects on the Atlantic coast of Colombia providing support educational and healthcare support to around 1500 children.   David is also a church planter and is responsible for 3 church plants that have all gone on to plant churches of their own.  Several hundred thousand decisions for Christ have been made as a result of their time in the field.

Tom & Olive Kisaki

Tom is from Japan and was saved and baptised in Bristol, while studying in England. Olive is an AoG minister and Bible school teacher from the Philippines.  They met at the Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, got married and went back to Japan in 1998.  A few years later in 2005 they started Teen Challenge Japan and have been serving as Executive Directors ever since.  Their main focus is the evangelisation and discipleship of drug addicts, alcoholics & gamblers.  Tom and Olive present anti-drug abuse seminars in schools and counsel women who have self-harmed and suffer from eating disorders and also have a farm project and disaster relief team.

Ben & Marion Owusu Sekyere

Ben and Marion have been missionaries in northern Ghana for over 20 years reaching out to unreached tribes.  They pioneered the King's Village where they have a great team working with them who are involved in:  Christian outreach,  planting churches, running schools, a hospital, a nutrition centre, a mental health unit and public health and water and sanitation departments. They are training  leaders for the next generation.  Teams regularly visit them from different parts of the world to share the love of Jesus with the surrounding area and to serve those in need.

Gabriel & Daniela Corradini

Gabriel and Daniela have been planting churches and raising up leaders in Asturias, Spain since 1994. They were sent out as missionaries by Notting Hill Community Church, then known as Peniel Chapel, to the coal mining town of Mieres with a population of 55,000 inhabitants and no evangelical church. They are also ministers with Spanish Assemblies of God (FADE), with Gabriel being part of the national Missions Board (DEMADE) for 16 years, and have planted churches in Mieres, Oviedo, Avilés and Pola de Siero. They continue working in Tineo, Cangas del Narcea, Piedras Blancas and have recently taken on Mieres again. Gabriel is the area leader of the Asturian fraternal of the Spanish AoG. Their heart is to see churches established and leaders raised up, especially in areas with no evangelical witness.

Tony and Laura Lewry

Tony and Laura have a heart to see abused and neglected children given the opportunity of family life with extended family members or substitute families, the opportunity to belong in a safe family and be loved.  They moved to Bogota, Colombia in 2010 and a year later arrived in Brazil, where they have been primarily working with vulnerable children on the streets and in care homes.  Tony and Laura now head up the area of adoption and fostering with ReVive, working as part of a national movement towards family based care that seeks to dramatically reduce the number of children in care living in institutions. To this end, they are partnering with the local government to start a fostering service, as well as encouraging and equipping the Brazilian Church to foster children.

Jim & Marie Morris

Jim, along with his wife Marie, has been a missionary for 27 years and worked in many different countries.  He now works alongside six churches in Ukraine, encouraging them to plant churches and train new leaders for all areas of church life. He also runs children’s sports days in the summer months, taking short-term teams from different churches to work with the Ukrainian churches. These camps can see as many as 1500 children attend over a ten-day period, each of whom are fed and presented with the gospel message.  Short-term teams also provide support for teaching English across a number of schools later in the year.  Jim also helps with an orphanage that houses 100 children.

Nick & Linda Attard Montalto

Nick and Linda pastored a church in Malta for 19 years, handing over the work three years ago. During their pastoring days they held tent crusades, prayer walked villages and connected with other churches locally. They also held both men's and women's conferences, organised national conferences, and supported others in their outreaches, as well as equipping others for ministry, missions and service in other churches. Nick has travelled overseas teaching to Italy, Pakistan, Ukraine and Uganda and travelled regularly to Libya over many years to teach and support a farm project in the desert. Today they continue to serve as "parents" to people in the church, taking every opportunity to help mentor the younger generation. They are presently making plans to return to the UK as they believe they have accomplished what the Lord wanted them to do in Malta.

Brian & Margaret Burton

Brian and Margaret Burton have worked alongside the Thailand Assemblies of God for over 31 years.  After a year of language study in Bangkok they moved to pioneer a church on the island of Phuket in the south of the country in 1990.  Following the Asian Tsunami in 2004, they were involved in the rebuilding of several schools and villages and were honoured by the King of Thailand the following year.  The rebuilding projects proved to be key in the growth of the influence of the church throughout the region.  In 2007 Brian attended the International Institute on Nation Transformation (now Transform Our World) founded by Ed and Ruth Silvoso.  They identified closely with the teaching and have been involved in International Ministry with TOW for the past 13 years speaking at conventions on six continents.  They continue to lead the congregation in Phuket, equipping and releasing marketplace leaders in the government, business and education sectors.

Gillian Harris

Gillian spent 20 years ministering in various capacities in Mozambique before moving to Emmanuel Press in Mpumalanga, South Africa, where I currently work. Emmanuel Press is a literature ministry, providing evangelistic tracts and discipleship courses which are distributed across Africa. Gillian is responsible for the Portuguese language ministry, which includes the running of an office in Maputo, Mozambique. This role also entails online communication with students, the oversight of ministry finance and any other aspects of the ministry that are necessary.

Driton Krasniqi

Having trained at IBTI in 1996, Driton returned to Kosovo to join the church in Gjakova and then in the capital city Prishtina.  He headed up the Evangelical Alliance in Kosovo for many years and his current ministry is now centred around church planting in the town of Fushe Kosova, which is currently without any form of evangelical church.  Driton is involved with Scripture Union Kosovo and is an activist in promoting religious freedom and child protection for Kosovo as well as raising awareness of the issue beyond the country’s borders. He also mentors two groups of six students in the town of Gjakova, who are enrolled for training at the School of Antioch.

Vincent Borromeo

Vincent trained at IBTI before returning to Italy, where he founded and continues to lead a non-denominational national youth ministry called Youth Alive Italia, creating training sessions, opportunities and events for young people from all Christian and non-Christian backgrounds. Vincent is also involved in church planting in “The Old City” of Taranto (Southern Italy).

Phil & Rachel Bowyer

Phil and Rachel originate from Stoke live and work in KwaZulu-Natal on South Africa’s East Coast, where they are pioneering a quality, diverse, and affordable approach to education. The aim is to bring greater equality and integration into what is currently a segregated and unequal society through the launch of a new Christian school concept.

Joseph Barkat

Joseph has worked as a missionary for the last 15 years, teaching in a Bible college called ‘Full Gospel Assemblies’ in Lahore, Pakistan. Having attained their degree, many students have subsequently started new churches and expanded into unreached communities.  In addition to this, he has also conducted seminars and conventions in churches all across the country and established sewing centres to enable women to support themselves and their families.  The ministry also provides educational support to vulnerable children, medical camps to help those who work within brick kilns to do so safely and financial support to a disabled home that has 18 residents.

Daniele & Fay Recca

Daniele, who is Sicilian by birth, and Fay, from Birmingham, met as students at the IBTI. Some thirty years later they have three grown children and have seen the church that was planted in their kitchen in Ragusa grow to reach out both into their local community and overseas through its various activities, ministries and mission involvement. It's an ongoing task as the original vision continues to evolve and expand; they have one new campus up and running in a nearby town, with at least one other in the pipeline elsewhere, and "E-Church" provides a service in the English language for several non-Italian residents (including refugees). These and the numerous other programmes run by the church rely on teams of volunteers but Daniele and Fay are encouraged to see their home-grown youth rising up and running with the baton, with in-house leadership training key to the expansion of this work.

Hannah Prosser

Hannah Prosser was born out on the mission field and has been passionate for the Kingdom ever since.  After getting married to Stephen, she spent 7 years in South Africa working on a variety of community projects, in the local prison and as part of the teaching faculty of a Bible college.  She has been involved in every aspect of local church ministry over 25 years, from helping to plant churches to kids work and organising large mission conferences. Hannah currently works with churches, church planters and missionaries throughout Europe, equipping and mentoring people to build self-sustaining churches and ministries. She also works with the Next Level International network on church planting projects and training conferences in central Europe.  Hannah serves on the mission team with responsibility for missionaries, having established and trained a member care team using her years of pastoral care experience.  She also has responsibility for other aspects of sending and training.

Irvin & Ruth Schwandt

Ruth & Irvin met in Kenya in 1971 and married in 1973, with Irvin having first graduated from Elim Bible Institute in Lima, NY, and Ruth moved there from the Belgian Congo where she was raised.  They began their missionary life together teaching at Nairobi Pentecostal Bible College, with Ruth additionally operating as the College Nurse and Irvin running the Correspondence Course office and helping to set up and run the College Radio Studio.  In 1997 the Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa (the Church group we work with in Kenya) asked Ruth and Irvin to start an orphanage. The horrendous condition of the government homes galvanized them to provide proper, loving care for Kenya’s abandoned and orphaned children, leading to the founding of Rehema Home in 1998.  At the outset this was for only four children but today the home now cares for 68 children.  Ruth and Irvin have created a dynamic home where every child is known by name, receives individual attention, and is challenged to fulfil their God-given purpose in life.

James and Joan Long*

James and Joan have been missionaries with the AoG UK for over thirty years, during which time they have ministered in Central Asia either by living there or working into the country from overseas. Their years of service have been among two unreached people groups, totalling 60 million people, who live in the same geographical area but speak two different languages. There is no vibrant local church among these two language groups, but there are some believers, and a second-generation of believers is emerging. James and Joan specialise in the production and distribution of media, including print materials, apps, radio and online television. Many spiritual sons and daughters from their years of service have joined with them in their vision to see the gospel preached, believers discipled, and churches planted among these two unreached people groups. James’ and Joan’s ministry has changed over the years from pioneer work, as they sought to establish a foothold for the gospel, to coming alongside their spiritual children to encourage and support them in their own callings.

*Not their real names

Danny and Paula Mountford*

Danny and Paula have lived in Asia since 2006 with a focus on providing care for children and those with disabilities. Along with their adventurous daughters, they feel really privileged to get to experience the beautiful culture, food and relationships in their local community every day.

*Not their real names

Claire Kinkead

Claire Kinkead has been an AoG missionary for the past 40 years, 33 of which were with her husband Veron. She originally comes from France but lived with Veron in Bishop Auckland before responding to the call to Jamaica.  Veron and Claire’s vision encompassed church planting, ministry training and poverty relief and since the passing of her husband, Claire has been pastoring Junction Assembly of God, the last of the 7 churches they started, as well as teaching a number of subjects at the AoG Bible College in Jamaica.  Claire remains active in the local community and sits on the board of a local school in addition to running the Veron Kinkead Fund. This includes a “Back to School programme” that helps parents with supplies and uniforms in order to enable their children to go to school and  the distribution of care packages to vulnerable seniors and disabled people in a number of communities across St Elizabeth. Small financial assistance is also provided to farmers and to individuals looking to start small businesses such as chicken rearing, buying and selling, etc

Steve and Aracelly Hobby

Steve and Aracelly are based in Cusco, Peru and engage in evangelism and discipleship in order to bring the kingdom of God to the community through the local church. They are looking to supplement this by engaging with people through the media, helping to move them from unbelief to belief, with the aim of establishing a multiplying church movement through these initiatives.

Rachel Wilson

Rachel first went out to Albania on a short-term mission trip in 1993 whilst still a Bible College student at Mattersey Hall, with the Communist regime having ended just two years prior to her trip. Albania captured her heart and then, after many visits, in the autumn of 1997 she felt God's call to pioneer a children’s evangelistic mission.  This led to the birthing of ‘Sparks Ministries’ in the year 2000.  Rachel's has three main strands to her ministry: The first is pioneer children’s outreach initiatives in partnership with the local church (Evangelism). The second is preparing nationals for children’s ministries (Training).  The third is providing/producing children's material for the local churches (Equipping).  Rachel's passion for the children of Albania is evident to anyone who has met her, and she enjoys the coffee culture of Albania. However, she continues to be a true Brit that loves her tea!

Danijel and Eva Mrsic

Danijel is Croatian and Eva is from Spain.  They met in 1988 at the Wycliffe Centre in England and got married in 1990.  They initially served in the north of Croatia as assistant pastors before moving to the city of Split on the Adriatic coast in 1991 to pioneer a church.  In 2017, primarily as a result of Danijel's health, they entrusted the church into the hands of the new generation of leaders and moved to the city of Gospic in Lika, the central mountain region of Croatia.  This area is completely unreached, meaning that Danijel and Eva now engage in a pioneering work that currently focuses on getting to know the community, developing new friendships, serving practically and sharing the gospel through fellowship and the example of their lifestyle.

Chris and Sarah Jones*

Chris and Sarah are a pioneering church-planting couple who previously worked in a closed Muslim country for over 10 years. They successfully planted an indigenous church that has gone on to become a self-sufficient mission base, reaching both its own and neighbouring communities and countries. They are now in a period of preparation, which includes higher degree studies, to enter another closed Islamic nation with a similar geographic background to their previous field experience where they will be involved with an established team and working with the small but growing indigenous church to bring about a church-planting vision. Currently, they are involved in setting up the Pioneer Initiative Training Programme, to prepare and build up the next wave of cross-cultural mission teams who will be released into pioneer-church-planting in the most geographically challenging and spiritually unreached and unengaged people groups of the world.

*Not their real names

  • David & Pamela Hamilton

    David and Pamela were first called to Spain 15 years ago, when they transferred their ministry status from ministers to become missionaries to Spain.  They have previously worked with local Roma and African churches but now focus on pastoring and ministering to the expat community in Mojacar on the southeast coast, where they are the senior leaders of a church.

  • Erik & Lisa Petersen

    Erik and Lisa are New Zealanders (though Erik was born in Texas, USA) who originally moved to Europe to work with OM.  They were involved in running Manna House in Bromley and became part of the Bromley AoG church under Mark Wiltshire.  Having heard their own  Macedonian call, they moved to the Balkans to help minister to a nation that has few Christians. They are now based in Matka, just outside Skopje in North Macedonia, where they use a business as mission model to provide employment, hope and a platform for discipleship through the provision of a retreat and small group conference facilities for missionaries and mission groups.

  • Stefano and Francesca Guaglione

    Stefano and Francesca originate from Italy and came to England as IBTI students. They are now key members of the IBTI staff team with responsibility for teaching and mentoring the current batch of students.  They have a huge passion for Europe and use the college holidays to run youth camps and take short-term mission teams to various locations across the continent.  Stefano is also part of the European mission team.

  • John and Eliana Whyte

    John Whyte originating from Fraserburgh in the North East of Scotland and Eliana Zucchi Whyte originating from Taranto in the South of Italy.  They met and graduated at the International Bible Training College back in 1985/86 and married in 1987, before moving as AoG missionaries to Silla in Spain. There they spent 17 years establishing a growing, healthy church before handing it over to Spanish ministers and moving back to the IBTC in February of 2002, assuming responsibility for the College 7 years later.  They are now leading and developing a team of approximately 17 volunteers and 35-40 students who come from the UK, Europe and beyond.  Their ministry takes them to churches across the world that have been established former students and staff who developed personally and ministerially at the IBTC, helping them to pioneer and lead churches and send new participants from these churches to the IBTC to begin the process all over again.  Their vision is to see a vibrant serving community throughout the world reaching every person of every walk of life with the Good News of God's love and forgiveness.

  • David & Monica Baptist

    David and Monica live in Emmersdorf an der Donau in northern Austria, where David is the senior leader of FCG St. Pölten, which is a pentecostal church plant.  He is also the director and founder of a discipleship training programme known as the School of Empowerment Austria.

  • Catherine Young

    Catherine Young has been a member of Wycliffe Bible Translators and served Wycliffe's primary partner organisation, SIL International for more than 30 years, based initially in the Philippines where she was involved in a Bible translation and literacy programme which resulted in the publication of the New Testament for the Palawano: Brooke's Point language community. Catherine has also lived long-term in Bangladesh and in Thailand. After serving in regional leadership roles in Asia, she returned to live in the UK in 2014 and now serves globally on SIL International academic leadership team, supporting Bible translation, literacy and education programmes through training, leadership development and management.

  • David Taylor

    Rev. David Taylor is married to Dary Luz and lives in Santa Marta, Colombia along with their three children, Maria Camila, Nathan & Hudson. He has served on the Latin American mission field for more than 25 years, during which time he founded Colombia Childcare (UK), through which more than 1500 children are benefiting, and the Oasis of Hope Foundation, which currently has six projects on the Atlantic coast of Colombia providing support educational and healthcare support to around 1500 children.   David is also a church planter and is responsible for 3 church plants that have all gone on to plant churches of their own.  Several hundred thousand decisions for Christ have been made as a result of their time in the field.

  • Tom & Olive Kisaki

    Tom is from Japan and was saved and baptised in Bristol, while studying in England. Olive is an AoG minister and Bible school teacher from the Philippines.  They met at the Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, got married and went back to Japan in 1998.  A few years later in 2005 they started Teen Challenge Japan and have been serving as Executive Directors ever since.  Their main focus is the evangelisation and discipleship of drug addicts, alcoholics & gamblers.  Tom and Olive present anti-drug abuse seminars in schools and counsel women who have self-harmed and suffer from eating disorders and also have a farm project and disaster relief team.

  • Ben & Marion Owusu Sekyere

    Ben and Marion have been missionaries in northern Ghana for over 20 years reaching out to unreached tribes.  They pioneered the King's Village where they have a great team working with them who are involved in:  Christian outreach,  planting churches, running schools, a hospital, a nutrition centre, a mental health unit and public health and water and sanitation departments. They are training  leaders for the next generation.  Teams regularly visit them from different parts of the world to share the love of Jesus with the surrounding area and to serve those in need.

  • Gabriel & Daniela Corradini

    Gabriel and Daniela have been planting churches and raising up leaders in Asturias, Spain since 1994. They were sent out as missionaries by Notting Hill Community Church, then known as Peniel Chapel, to the coal mining town of Mieres with a population of 55,000 inhabitants and no evangelical church. They are also ministers with Spanish Assemblies of God (FADE), with Gabriel being part of the national Missions Board (DEMADE) for 16 years, and have planted churches in Mieres, Oviedo, Avilés and Pola de Siero. They continue working in Tineo, Cangas del Narcea, Piedras Blancas and have recently taken on Mieres again. Gabriel is the area leader of the Asturian fraternal of the Spanish AoG. Their heart is to see churches established and leaders raised up, especially in areas with no evangelical witness.

  • Tony and Laura Lewry

    Tony and Laura have a heart to see abused and neglected children given the opportunity of family life with extended family members or substitute families, the opportunity to belong in a safe family and be loved.  They moved to Bogota, Colombia in 2010 and a year later arrived in Brazil, where they have been primarily working with vulnerable children on the streets and in care homes.  Tony and Laura now head up the area of adoption and fostering with ReVive, working as part of a national movement towards family based care that seeks to dramatically reduce the number of children in care living in institutions. To this end, they are partnering with the local government to start a fostering service, as well as encouraging and equipping the Brazilian Church to foster children.

  • Jim & Marie Morris

    Jim, along with his wife Marie, has been a missionary for 27 years and worked in many different countries.  He now works alongside six churches in Ukraine, encouraging them to plant churches and train new leaders for all areas of church life. He also runs children’s sports days in the summer months, taking short-term teams from different churches to work with the Ukrainian churches. These camps can see as many as 1500 children attend over a ten-day period, each of whom are fed and presented with the gospel message.  Short-term teams also provide support for teaching English across a number of schools later in the year.  Jim also helps with an orphanage that houses 100 children.

  • Nick & Linda Attard Montalto

    Nick and Linda pastored a church in Malta for 19 years, handing over the work three years ago. During their pastoring days they held tent crusades, prayer walked villages and connected with other churches locally. They also held both men's and women's conferences, organised national conferences, and supported others in their outreaches, as well as equipping others for ministry, missions and service in other churches. Nick has travelled overseas teaching to Italy, Pakistan, Ukraine and Uganda and travelled regularly to Libya over many years to teach and support a farm project in the desert. Today they continue to serve as "parents" to people in the church, taking every opportunity to help mentor the younger generation. They are presently making plans to return to the UK as they believe they have accomplished what the Lord wanted them to do in Malta.

  • Brian & Margaret Burton

    Brian and Margaret Burton have worked alongside the Thailand Assemblies of God for over 31 years.  After a year of language study in Bangkok they moved to pioneer a church on the island of Phuket in the south of the country in 1990.  Following the Asian Tsunami in 2004, they were involved in the rebuilding of several schools and villages and were honoured by the King of Thailand the following year.  The rebuilding projects proved to be key in the growth of the influence of the church throughout the region.  In 2007 Brian attended the International Institute on Nation Transformation (now Transform Our World) founded by Ed and Ruth Silvoso.  They identified closely with the teaching and have been involved in International Ministry with TOW for the past 13 years speaking at conventions on six continents.  They continue to lead the congregation in Phuket, equipping and releasing marketplace leaders in the government, business and education sectors.

  • Gillian Harris

    Gillian spent 20 years ministering in various capacities in Mozambique before moving to Emmanuel Press in Mpumalanga, South Africa, where I currently work. Emmanuel Press is a literature ministry, providing evangelistic tracts and discipleship courses which are distributed across Africa. Gillian is responsible for the Portuguese language ministry, which includes the running of an office in Maputo, Mozambique. This role also entails online communication with students, the oversight of ministry finance and any other aspects of the ministry that are necessary.

  • Driton Krasniqi

    Having trained at IBTI in 1996, Driton returned to Kosovo to join the church in Gjakova and then in the capital city Prishtina.  He headed up the Evangelical Alliance in Kosovo for many years and his current ministry is now centred around church planting in the town of Fushe Kosova, which is currently without any form of evangelical church.  Driton is involved with Scripture Union Kosovo and is an activist in promoting religious freedom and child protection for Kosovo as well as raising awareness of the issue beyond the country’s borders. He also mentors two groups of six students in the town of Gjakova, who are enrolled for training at the School of Antioch.

  • Vincent Borromeo

    Vincent trained at IBTI before returning to Italy, where he founded and continues to lead a non-denominational national youth ministry called Youth Alive Italia, creating training sessions, opportunities and events for young people from all Christian and non-Christian backgrounds. Vincent is also involved in church planting in “The Old City” of Taranto (Southern Italy).

  • Phil & Rachel Bowyer

    Phil and Rachel originate from Stoke live and work in KwaZulu-Natal on South Africa’s East Coast, where they are pioneering a quality, diverse, and affordable approach to education. The aim is to bring greater equality and integration into what is currently a segregated and unequal society through the launch of a new Christian school concept.

  • Joseph Barkat

    Joseph has worked as a missionary for the last 15 years, teaching in a Bible college called ‘Full Gospel Assemblies’ in Lahore, Pakistan. Having attained their degree, many students have subsequently started new churches and expanded into unreached communities.  In addition to this, he has also conducted seminars and conventions in churches all across the country and established sewing centres to enable women to support themselves and their families.  The ministry also provides educational support to vulnerable children, medical camps to help those who work within brick kilns to do so safely and financial support to a disabled home that has 18 residents.

  • Daniele & Fay Recca

    Daniele, who is Sicilian by birth, and Fay, from Birmingham, met as students at the IBTI. Some thirty years later they have three grown children and have seen the church that was planted in their kitchen in Ragusa grow to reach out both into their local community and overseas through its various activities, ministries and mission involvement. It's an ongoing task as the original vision continues to evolve and expand; they have one new campus up and running in a nearby town, with at least one other in the pipeline elsewhere, and "E-Church" provides a service in the English language for several non-Italian residents (including refugees). These and the numerous other programmes run by the church rely on teams of volunteers but Daniele and Fay are encouraged to see their home-grown youth rising up and running with the baton, with in-house leadership training key to the expansion of this work.

  • Hannah Prosser

    Hannah Prosser was born out on the mission field and has been passionate for the Kingdom ever since.  After getting married to Stephen, she spent 7 years in South Africa working on a variety of community projects, in the local prison and as part of the teaching faculty of a Bible college.  She has been involved in every aspect of local church ministry over 25 years, from helping to plant churches to kids work and organising large mission conferences. Hannah currently works with churches, church planters and missionaries throughout Europe, equipping and mentoring people to build self-sustaining churches and ministries. She also works with the Next Level International network on church planting projects and training conferences in central Europe.  Hannah serves on the mission team with responsibility for missionaries, having established and trained a member care team using her years of pastoral care experience.  She also has responsibility for other aspects of sending and training.

  • Irvin & Ruth Schwandt

    Ruth & Irvin met in Kenya in 1971 and married in 1973, with Irvin having first graduated from Elim Bible Institute in Lima, NY, and Ruth moved there from the Belgian Congo where she was raised.  They began their missionary life together teaching at Nairobi Pentecostal Bible College, with Ruth additionally operating as the College Nurse and Irvin running the Correspondence Course office and helping to set up and run the College Radio Studio.  In 1997 the Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa (the Church group we work with in Kenya) asked Ruth and Irvin to start an orphanage. The horrendous condition of the government homes galvanized them to provide proper, loving care for Kenya’s abandoned and orphaned children, leading to the founding of Rehema Home in 1998.  At the outset this was for only four children but today the home now cares for 68 children.  Ruth and Irvin have created a dynamic home where every child is known by name, receives individual attention, and is challenged to fulfil their God-given purpose in life.

  • James and Joan Long*

    James and Joan have been missionaries with the AoG UK for over thirty years, during which time they have ministered in Central Asia either by living there or working into the country from overseas. Their years of service have been among two unreached people groups, totalling 60 million people, who live in the same geographical area but speak two different languages. There is no vibrant local church among these two language groups, but there are some believers, and a second-generation of believers is emerging. James and Joan specialise in the production and distribution of media, including print materials, apps, radio and online television. Many spiritual sons and daughters from their years of service have joined with them in their vision to see the gospel preached, believers discipled, and churches planted among these two unreached people groups. James’ and Joan’s ministry has changed over the years from pioneer work, as they sought to establish a foothold for the gospel, to coming alongside their spiritual children to encourage and support them in their own callings.

    *Not their real names

  • Danny and Paula Mountford*

    Danny and Paula have lived in Asia since 2006 with a focus on providing care for children and those with disabilities. Along with their adventurous daughters, they feel really privileged to get to experience the beautiful culture, food and relationships in their local community every day.

    *Not their real names

  • Claire Kinkead

    Claire Kinkead has been an AoG missionary for the past 40 years, 33 of which were with her husband Veron. She originally comes from France but lived with Veron in Bishop Auckland before responding to the call to Jamaica.  Veron and Claire’s vision encompassed church planting, ministry training and poverty relief and since the passing of her husband, Claire has been pastoring Junction Assembly of God, the last of the 7 churches they started, as well as teaching a number of subjects at the AoG Bible College in Jamaica.  Claire remains active in the local community and sits on the board of a local school in addition to running the Veron Kinkead Fund. This includes a “Back to School programme” that helps parents with supplies and uniforms in order to enable their children to go to school and  the distribution of care packages to vulnerable seniors and disabled people in a number of communities across St Elizabeth. Small financial assistance is also provided to farmers and to individuals looking to start small businesses such as chicken rearing, buying and selling, etc

  • Steve and Aracelly Hobby

    Steve and Aracelly are based in Cusco, Peru and engage in evangelism and discipleship in order to bring the kingdom of God to the community through the local church. They are looking to supplement this by engaging with people through the media, helping to move them from unbelief to belief, with the aim of establishing a multiplying church movement through these initiatives.

  • Rachel Wilson

    Rachel first went out to Albania on a short-term mission trip in 1993 whilst still a Bible College student at Mattersey Hall, with the Communist regime having ended just two years prior to her trip. Albania captured her heart and then, after many visits, in the autumn of 1997 she felt God's call to pioneer a children’s evangelistic mission.  This led to the birthing of ‘Sparks Ministries’ in the year 2000.  Rachel's has three main strands to her ministry: The first is pioneer children’s outreach initiatives in partnership with the local church (Evangelism). The second is preparing nationals for children’s ministries (Training).  The third is providing/producing children's material for the local churches (Equipping).  Rachel's passion for the children of Albania is evident to anyone who has met her, and she enjoys the coffee culture of Albania. However, she continues to be a true Brit that loves her tea!

  • Danijel and Eva Mrsic

    Danijel is Croatian and Eva is from Spain.  They met in 1988 at the Wycliffe Centre in England and got married in 1990.  They initially served in the north of Croatia as assistant pastors before moving to the city of Split on the Adriatic coast in 1991 to pioneer a church.  In 2017, primarily as a result of Danijel's health, they entrusted the church into the hands of the new generation of leaders and moved to the city of Gospic in Lika, the central mountain region of Croatia.  This area is completely unreached, meaning that Danijel and Eva now engage in a pioneering work that currently focuses on getting to know the community, developing new friendships, serving practically and sharing the gospel through fellowship and the example of their lifestyle.

  • Chris and Sarah Jones*

    Chris and Sarah are a pioneering church-planting couple who previously worked in a closed Muslim country for over 10 years. They successfully planted an indigenous church that has gone on to become a self-sufficient mission base, reaching both its own and neighbouring communities and countries. They are now in a period of preparation, which includes higher degree studies, to enter another closed Islamic nation with a similar geographic background to their previous field experience where they will be involved with an established team and working with the small but growing indigenous church to bring about a church-planting vision. Currently, they are involved in setting up the Pioneer Initiative Training Programme, to prepare and build up the next wave of cross-cultural mission teams who will be released into pioneer-church-planting in the most geographically challenging and spiritually unreached and unengaged people groups of the world.

    *Not their real names

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Albania

Rachel Wilson

Rachel first went out to Albania on a short-term mission trip in 1993 whilst still a Bible College student at Mattersey Hall, with the Communist regime having ended just two years prior to her trip. Albania captured her heart and then, after many visits, in the autumn of 1997 she felt God's call to pioneer a children’s evangelistic mission.  This led to the birthing of ‘Sparks Ministries’ in the year 2000.  Rachel's has three main strands to her ministry: The first is pioneer children’s outreach initiatives in partnership with the local church (Evangelism). The second is preparing nationals for children’s ministries (Training).  The third is providing/producing children's material for the local churches (Equipping).  Rachel's passion for the children of Albania is evident to anyone who has met her, and she enjoys the coffee culture of Albania. However, she continues to be a true Brit that loves her tea!

Austria

David and Monica Baptist

David and Monica live in Emmersdorf an der Donau in northern Austria, where David is the senior leader of FCG St. Pölten, which is a pentecostal church plant.  He is also the director and founder of a discipleship training programme known as the School of Empowerment Austria.

Asia

Danny and Paula Mountford*

Danny and Paula have lived in Asia since 2006 with a focus on providing care for children and those with disabilities. Along with their adventurous daughters, they feel really privileged to get to experience the beautiful culture, food and relationships in their local community every day.

*Not their real names

Brazil

Tony and Laura Lewry

Tony and Laura have a heart to see abused and neglected children given the opportunity of family life with extended family members or substitute families, the opportunity to belong in a safe family and be loved.  They moved to Bogota, Colombia in 2010 and a year later arrived in Brazil, where they have been primarily working with vulnerable children on the streets and in care homes.  Tony and Laura now head up the area of adoption and fostering with ReVive, working as part of a national movement towards family based care that seeks to dramatically reduce the number of children in care living in institutions. To this end, they are partnering with the local government to start a fostering service, as well as encouraging and equipping the Brazilian Church to foster children.

Central Asia

James and Joan Long*

James and Joan have been missionaries with the AoG UK for over thirty years, during which time they have ministered in Central Asia either by living there or working into the country from overseas. Their years of service have been among two unreached people groups, totalling 60 million people, who live in the same geographical area but speak two different languages. There is no vibrant local church among these two language groups, but there are some believers, and a second-generation of believers is emerging. James and Joan specialise in the production and distribution of media, including print materials, apps, radio and online television. Many spiritual sons and daughters from their years of service have joined with them in their vision to see the gospel preached, believers discipled, and churches planted among these two unreached people groups. James’ and Joan’s ministry has changed over the years from pioneer work, as they sought to establish a foothold for the gospel, to coming alongside their spiritual children to encourage and support them in their own callings.

*Not their real names

Colombia

David Taylor

Rev. David Taylor is married to Dary Luz and lives in Santa Marta, Colombia along with their three children, Maria Camila, Nathan & Hudson. He has served on the Latin American mission field for more than 25 years, during which time he founded Colombia Childcare (UK), through which more than 1500 children are benefiting, and the Oasis of Hope Foundation, which currently has six projects on the Atlantic coast of Colombia providing support educational and healthcare support to around 1500 children.   David is also a church planter and is responsible for 3 church plants that have all gone on to plant churches of their own.  Several hundred thousand decisions for Christ have been made as a result of their time in the field.

Croatia

Danijel and Eva Mrsic

Danijel is Croatian and Eva is from Spain.  They met in 1988 at the Wycliffe Centre in England and got married in 1990.  They initially served in the north of Croatia as assistant pastors before moving to the city of Split on the Adriatic coast in 1991 to pioneer a church.  In 2017, primarily as a result of Danijel's health, they entrusted the church into the hands of the new generation of leaders and moved to the city of Gospic in Lika, the central mountain region of Croatia.  This area is completely unreached, meaning that Danijel and Eva now engage in a pioneering work that currently focuses on getting to know the community, developing new friendships, serving practically and sharing the gospel through fellowship and the example of their lifestyle.

Europe

Hannah Prosser

Hannah Prosser was born out on the mission field and has been passionate for the Kingdom ever since.  After getting married to Stephen, she spent 7 years in South Africa working on a variety of community projects, in the local prison and as part of the teaching faculty of a Bible college.  She has been involved in every aspect of local church ministry over 25 years, from helping to plant churches to kids work and organising large mission conferences. Hannah currently works with churches, church planters and missionaries throughout Europe, equipping and mentoring people to build self-sustaining churches and ministries. She also works with the Next Level International network on church planting projects and training conferences in central Europe.  Hannah serves on the mission team with responsibility for missionaries, having established and trained a member care team using her years of pastoral care experience.  She also has responsibility for other aspects of sending and training.

Europe

Stefano and Francesca Guaglione

Stefano and Francesca originate from Italy and came to England as IBTI students. They are now key members of the IBTI staff team with responsibility for teaching and mentoring the current batch of students.  They have a huge passion for Europe and use the college holidays to run youth camps and take short-term mission teams to various locations across the continent.  Stefano is also part of the European mission team.

Ghana

Ben and Marion Owusu Sekyere

Ben and Marion have been missionaries in northern Ghana for over 20 years reaching out to unreached tribes.  They pioneered the King's Village where they have a great team working with them who are involved in:  Christian outreach,  planting churches, running schools, a hospital, a nutrition centre, a mental health unit and public health and water and sanitation departments. They are training  leaders for the next generation.  Teams regularly visit them from different parts of the world to share the love of Jesus with the surrounding area and to serve those in need.

IBTC

John and Eliana Whyte

John Whyte originating from Fraserburgh in the North East of Scotland and Eliana Zucchi Whyte originating from Taranto in the South of Italy.  They met and graduated at the International Bible Training College back in 1985/86 and married in 1987, before moving as AoG missionaries to Silla in Spain. There they spent 17 years establishing a growing, healthy church before handing it over to Spanish ministers and moving back to the IBTC in February of 2002, assuming responsibility for the College 7 years later.  They are now leading and developing a team of approximately 17 volunteers and 35-40 students who come from the UK, Europe and beyond.  Their ministry takes them to churches across the world that have been established former students and staff who developed personally and ministerially at the IBTC, helping them to pioneer and lead churches and send new participants from these churches to the IBTC to begin the process all over again.  Their vision is to see a vibrant serving community throughout the world reaching every person of every walk of life with the Good News of God's love and forgiveness.

Italy

Vincent Borromeo

Vincent trained at IBTI before returning to Italy, where he founded and continues to lead a non-denominational national youth ministry called Youth Alive Italia, creating training sessions, opportunities and events for young people from all Christian and non-Christian backgrounds. Vincent is also involved in church planting in “The Old City” of Taranto (Southern Italy).

Japan

Tom and Olive Kisaki

Tom is from Japan and was saved and baptised in Bristol, while studying in England. Olive is an AoG minister and Bible school teacher from the Philippines.  They met at the Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, got married and went back to Japan in 1998.  A few years later in 2005 they started Teen Challenge Japan and have been serving as Executive Directors ever since.  Their main focus is the evangelisation and discipleship of drug addicts, alcoholics & gamblers.  Tom and Olive present anti-drug abuse seminars in schools and counsel women who have self-harmed and suffer from eating disorders and also have a farm project and disaster relief team.

Jamaica

Claire Kinkead

Claire Kinkead has been an AoG missionary for the past 40 years, 33 of which were with her husband Veron. She originally comes from France but lived with Veron in Bishop Auckland before responding to the call to Jamaica.  Veron and Claire’s vision encompassed church planting, ministry training and poverty relief and since the passing of her husband, Claire has been pastoring Junction Assembly of God, the last of the 7 churches they started, as well as teaching a number of subjects at the AoG Bible College in Jamaica.  Claire remains active in the local community and sits on the board of a local school in addition to running the Veron Kinkead Fund. This includes a “Back to School programme” that helps parents with supplies and uniforms in order to enable their children to go to school and  the distribution of care packages to vulnerable seniors and disabled people in a number of communities across St Elizabeth. Small financial assistance is also provided to farmers and to individuals looking to start small businesses such as chicken rearing, buying and selling, etc

Kenya

Ruth and Ivrin Schwandt

Ruth & Irvin met in Kenya in 1971 and married in 1973, with Irvin having first graduated from Elim Bible Institute in Lima, NY, and Ruth moved there from the Belgian Congo where she was raised.  They began their missionary life together teaching at Nairobi Pentecostal Bible College, with Ruth additionally operating as the College Nurse and Irvin running the Correspondence Course office and helping to set up and run the College Radio Studio.  In 1997 the Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa (the Church group we work with in Kenya) asked Ruth and Irvin to start an orphanage. The horrendous condition of the government homes galvanized them to provide proper, loving care for Kenya’s abandoned and orphaned children, leading to the founding of Rehema Home in 1998.  At the outset this was for only four children but today the home now cares for 68 children.  Ruth and Irvin have created a dynamic home where every child is known by name, receives individual attention, and is challenged to fulfil their God-given purpose in life.

Kosovo

Driton Krasniqi

Having trained at IBTI in 1996, Driton returned to Kosovo to join the church in Gjakova and then in the capital city Prishtina. He headed up the Evangelical Alliance in Kosovo for many years and his current ministry is now centred around church planting in the town of Fushe Kosova, which is currently without any form of evangelical church. Driton is involved with Scripture Union Kosovo and is an activist in promoting religious freedom and child protection for Kosovo as well as raising awareness of the issue beyond the country’s borders. He also mentors two groups of six students in the town of Gjakova, who are enrolled for training at the School of Antioch.

KwaZulu-Natu

Phil and Rachel Bowyer

Phil and Rachel originate from Stoke live and work in KwaZulu-Natal on South Africa’s East Coast, where they are pioneering a quality, diverse, and affordable approach to education. The aim is to bring greater equality and integration into what is currently a segregated and unequal society through the launch of a new Christian school concept.

Macedonia

Erik and Lisa Peterson

Erik and Lisa are New Zealanders (though Erik was born in Texas, USA) who originally moved to Europe to work with OM.  They were involved in running Manna House in Bromley and became part of the Bromley AoG church under Mark Wiltshire.  Having heard their own  Macedonian call, they moved to the Balkans to help minister to a nation that has few Christians. They are now based in Matka, just outside Skopje in North Macedonia, where they use a business as mission model to provide employment, hope and a platform for discipleship through the provision of a retreat and small group conference facilities for missionaries and mission groups.

Malta

Nick and Linda Attard Montalto

Nick and Linda pastored a church in Malta for 19 years, handing over the work three years ago. During their pastoring days they held tent crusades, prayer walked villages and connected with other churches locally. They also held both men's and women's conferences, organised national conferences, and supported others in their outreaches, as well as equipping others for ministry, missions and service in other churches. Nick has travelled overseas teaching to Italy, Pakistan, Ukraine and Uganda and travelled regularly to Libya over many years to teach and support a farm project in the desert. Today they continue to serve as "parents" to people in the church, taking every opportunity to help mentor the younger generation. They are presently making plans to return to the UK as they believe they have accomplished what the Lord wanted them to do in Malta.

Mozambique

Gillian Harris

Gillian spent 20 years ministering in various capacities in Mozambique before moving to Emmanuel Press in Mpumalanga, South Africa, where I currently work. Emmanuel Press is a literature ministry, providing evangelistic tracts and discipleship courses which are distributed across Africa. Gillian is responsible for the Portuguese language ministry, which includes the running of an office in Maputo, Mozambique. This role also entails online communication with students, the oversight of ministry finance and any other aspects of the ministry that are necessary.

Pakistan

Joseph Barkat

Joseph has worked as a missionary for the last 15 years, teaching in a Bible college called ‘Full Gospel Assemblies’ in Lahore, Pakistan. Having attained their degree, many students have subsequently started new churches and expanded into unreached communities.  In addition to this, he has also conducted seminars and conventions in churches all across the country and established sewing centres to enable women to support themselves and their families.  The ministry also provides educational support to vulnerable children, medical camps to help those who work within brick kilns to do so safely and financial support to a disabled home that has 18 residents.

Peru

Steve and Aracelly Hobby

Steve and Aracelly are based in Cusco, Peru and engage in evangelism and discipleship in order to bring the kingdom of God to the community through the local church. They are looking to supplement this by engaging with people through the media, helping to move them from unbelief to belief, with the aim of establishing a multiplying church movement through these initiatives.

Ragusa, Italy

Daniele and Fay Recca

Daniele, who is Sicilian by birth, and Fay, from Birmingham, met as students at the IBTI. Some thirty years later they have three grown children and have seen the church that was planted in their kitchen in Ragusa grow to reach out both into their local community and overseas through its various activities, ministries and mission involvement. It's an ongoing task as the original vision continues to evolve and expand; they have one new campus up and running in a nearby town, with at least one other in the pipeline elsewhere, and "E-Church" provides a service in the English language for several non-Italian residents (including refugees). These and the numerous other programmes run by the church rely on teams of volunteers but Daniele and Fay are encouraged to see their home-grown youth rising up and running with the baton, with in-house leadership training key to the expansion of this work.

Spain

David and Pamela Hamilton

David and Pamela were first called to Spain 15 years ago, when they transferred their ministry status from ministers to become missionaries to Spain.  They have previously worked with local Roma and African churches but now focus on pastoring and ministering to the expat community in Mojacar on the southeast coast, where they are the senior leaders of a church.

Spain

Gabriel and Daniela Corradini

Gabriel and Daniela have been planting churches and raising up leaders in Asturias, Spain since 1994. They were sent out as missionaries by Notting Hill Community Church, then known as Peniel Chapel, to the coal mining town of Mieres with a population of 55,000 inhabitants and no evangelical church. They are also ministers with Spanish Assemblies of God (FADE), with Gabriel being part of the national Missions Board (DEMADE) for 16 years, and have planted churches in Mieres, Oviedo, Avilés and Pola de Siero. They continue working in Tineo, Cangas del Narcea, Piedras Blancas and have recently taken on Mieres again. Gabriel is the area leader of the Asturian fraternal of the Spanish AoG. Their heart is to see churches established and leaders raised up, especially in areas with no evangelical witness.

Thailand

Brian and Margaret Burton

Brian and Margaret Burton have worked alongside the Thailand Assemblies of God for over 31 years.  After a year of language study in Bangkok they moved to pioneer a church on the island of Phuket in the south of the country in 1990.  Following the Asian Tsunami in 2004, they were involved in the rebuilding of several schools and villages and were honoured by the King of Thailand the following year.  The rebuilding projects proved to be key in the growth of the influence of the church throughout the region.  In 2007 Brian attended the International Institute on Nation Transformation (now Transform Our World) founded by Ed and Ruth Silvoso.  They identified closely with the teaching and have been involved in International Ministry with TOW for the past 13 years speaking at conventions on six continents.  They continue to lead the congregation in Phuket, equipping and releasing marketplace leaders in the government, business and education sectors.

United Kingdom

Catherine Young

Catherine Young has been a member of Wycliffe Bible Translators and served Wycliffe's primary partner organisation, SIL International for more than 30 years, based initially in the Philippines where she was involved in a Bible translation and literacy programme which resulted in the publication of the New Testament for the Palawano: Brooke's Point language community. Catherine has also lived long-term in Bangladesh and in Thailand. After serving in regional leadership roles in Asia, she returned to live in the UK in 2014 and now serves globally on SIL International academic leadership team, supporting Bible translation, literacy and education programmes through training, leadership development and management.

Ukraine

Jim and Marie Morris

Jim, along with his wife Marie, has been a missionary for 27 years and worked in many different countries.  He now works alongside six churches in Ukraine, encouraging them to plant churches and train new leaders for all areas of church life. He also runs children’s sports days in the summer months, taking short-term teams from different churches to work with the Ukrainian churches. These camps can see as many as 1500 children attend over a ten-day period, each of whom are fed and presented with the gospel message.  Short-term teams also provide support for teaching English across a number of schools later in the year.  Jim also helps with an orphanage that houses 100 children.

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Middle East

Chris and Sarah Jones*

Chris and Sarah are a pioneering church-planting couple who previously worked in a closed Muslim country for over 10 years. They successfully planted an indigenous church that has gone on to become a self-sufficient mission base, reaching both its own and neighbouring communities and countries. They are now in a period of preparation, which includes higher degree studies, to enter another closed Islamic nation with a similar geographic background to their previous field experience where they will be involved with an established team and working with the small but growing indigenous church to bring about a church-planting vision. Currently, they are involved in setting up the Pioneer Initiative Training Programme, to prepare and build up the next wave of cross-cultural mission teams who will be released into pioneer-church-planting in the most geographically challenging and spiritually unreached and unengaged people groups of the world.

*Not their real names

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