Missionaries

  • Ray and Michele Call

Ray and Michele will be working with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) mission in Montevideo, Uruguay under a cooperative agreement with Mission to the World (MTW). Ray is an ordained minister of the gospel in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and serves as a church planter. Ray and Michele desire God to bring many people to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, to establish His Church among the nations and to bring about changed lives that will affect all facets of society for His glory!

Find out more information about the Calls’ work in Uruguay at https://callmissionaries.org/

  • Karl and Sun Dahlfred

Karl and Sun and their three children labor alongside the Thai church to see healthy models of biblical teaching, evangelism, and discipleship take root in the lives of the Thai Christians.  Out of the 63 million Thai people, 95% are Buddhist and less than 1% are evangelical Christians.  The Thai church is small, but growing, and is in need of dedicated Christians to pastor and establish churches.  Karl teaches at Bangkok Bible Seminary and assists with translation and editing of Christian books in Thai at Kanok Bannasan (OMF Publishers, Thailand).

Here’s a link to an article Karl wrote for Ligonier:
http://www.ligonier.org/learn/articles/how-then-shall-we-go/

Find out more about the Dahlfreds’ work in Thailand and their current prayer requests by visiting their website – www.dahlfred.com.

  • Dave and Darlene Eby

Dave Eby was a pastor in our own presbytery for 20 years before launching his second career as a missionary to Uganda.  Dave teaches at Westminster Theological College and Seminary near Kampala, Uganda.  He and his wife, Darlene, joined the Mission To The World team in Uganda to train pastors, evangelists, church planters and biblical counselors to lead gospel-driven and Christ-exalting churches in Africa.   You can contact the Ebys at ebyuganda@yahoo.com.

For more information, please visit the Westminster Theological College & Seminary website – www.wtcwtsuganda.org.

  • Mark and Barbara Rustine

Mark and Barbara Rustine became members of the Wycliffe Bible Translators in 2007.  They live and serve in Southeast Asia, a region in which there are hundreds of language groups without God’s Word.  Computers are used extensively in translation, and Mark uses his technical background to help the translators maintain their hardware and software.  Barbara home schools their three children, produces Scripture use materials, and helps in administration.

For more information, please visit the Wycliffe USA website, or email mark_rustine@sil.org.