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The Clemente Family


clemente family

David, Sarah, Carmen and Jacob Clemente are our missionaries to Taiwan and Southeast Asia. The Clementes vision is to provide missions training that empowers local Asian communities to participate in God’s harvest. Dr. David Clemente is a professor at Holy Light Theological Seminary, teaching missions and theology courses. He mentors students in the classroom and on seminary mission trips. He also advises local church pastors as they engage in cross cultural ministry.

The Reynolds Family-Cross Commission


Rev. Mike & Vickie Reynen Missionaries in Togo, Africa

The Reynens are significantly involved with the start-up and operation of the Wesley Missionary Institute and International Child Care Ministries (ICCM) in Togo. Vickie also works with ICCM in Liberia and with Tumaini Women Kenya and the Thrive ministry in Kenya. Mike continues as the Africa area director supervising church development in West African countries, and the overall work of the Africa missionary team. The Reynens’ grown children reside in the United States.

Pastora Tess

Pastora Tess works with children at a Community Care Center outside Butuan City in the Philippines.
The Community Care Center gives a home for orphan girls and boys and is expanding to add a retirement center for pastors.

Text Box: PRAY
•	Pray for the Director of the Home for Boys and Girls, Pastora Ruth Grace Alaan. 
•	Pray for God to bless and prosper the Income Generating Projects of the Center to help meet the need for the operation of the center.
•	Pray for funding for the community assisted Living for the Elderly (Retired Ministers) project. 
•	Pray for continuing transformation of the children in the center.
•	Please pray for mission opportunities, that God will open doors for missions in Papua, Indonesia.
•	Pray for Pastora Tess’s good health and may she find rest in the midst of doing ministry. 
•	Pray for her “to finally move on in life. Oftentimes I am lonely, this is why I submerged myself to work.”

Help Support the Home for Boys and Girls

The Home for Boys and Girls recently opened a bakery to help teach the students skills and also generate income for the Home. They opened the bakery in November and quickly found that the stove that was donated to them was not big enough to handle the demand for their bread! By donating towards this project, you are helping them buy a bigger stove and also helping purchase flour and other baking supplies so that they can keep their business going.