Grace Academy's Principle is Benjamin Newton. We support 4 students.
Grace Academy's Principle is Benjamin Newton. We support 4 students.
Cynthia is a missionary for Mission to the World, Japan. She has a MA from Reformed Theological Seminary. She is with New Church "Nozomi" (Hope). Her ministry is to women with unplanned pregnancies.
New Church "Nozomi" (Hope) is a church plant in its 4th year of existance and has a variety of ministries which focus on outreach and evangelism to people in the surrounding area.
Dave is the Principal, Dean and Professor of Westminister Seminary in Uganda.. They also run an open home to missionaries and visiting Lecturers. He has been in ministry for over 25 years and pastored several PCA churches. Dave received his D. Min from Westminister Seminary of CA. They have 5 grown children, one of which is a Pastor in Texas.
Westminister Seminary of Uganda is a Biblical training ground for Pastors across 11 nations of Africa. Their motto is " Training for Gospel Transformation"
Rob and Jenny Ilderton both came to faith at an early age and have long had an interest in serving in missions. Rob grew up in a pastor’s home in South Carolina and was called to pastoral ministry while on a mission trip to Tanzania during high school. Jenny grew up on a farm in Illinois and felt God’s calling to missions through several trips to Europe during and after college.
God brought their lives together in 2006 while Rob was completing his M.Div. at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Upon his graduation in 2007, they moved to Lancaster, PA where Rob served with Reformed University Fellowship as the campus minister at Millersville University and Jenny volunteered in women’s, children’s and music ministry at their local church. In that time, God has grown their family and their desire to serve overseas.
In 2012 they were called to serve with Mission to the World in England. Where they will be assisting British church planters in planting Gospel proclaiming churches. Their first two years will be in London where they will work with an established church and develop a long-term church planting partnership.
Rob and Jenny have three children: Miriam (6), Gus (4), and Lottie (18 months)
Sam Nadler was born in Queens, New York, into a Jewish family, being Bar Mitzvahed as a young man in the usual custom. However, shortly after this event, he gave up on any religious activities and spent his teen years in rebellion. He served a stint in Vietnam, returning as a drug user and seller and eventually wound up in California. It was there he first met a group of Christian believers, including some Jews who followed Jesus. In 1972, Sam himself became a follower of the Messiah and eventually went to Bible college. Soon after he met and married his wife, Miriam. Together, for more than 40 years, they have brought the Good News to Jewish people around the world through their organization, Word of Messiah Ministries.
Robbie and Lydia met while attending Covenant College and married in 2004. After graduating with degrees emphasizing youth ministry, they both joined the youth staff of Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church.
While working on staff, Robbie received his Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary. Lydia worked full time at the church until the birth of their first child in 2008, but she has continued serving as a volunteer. Both Robbie and Lydia have a heart for sharing the gospel with teenagers and love seeing growth in their knowledge and love for Jesus.
In 2013, the Lord called the Sweets to serve in St. Andrews, Scotland as part of MTW's Global Youth and Family Ministries (GYFM). GYFM exists to serve the global church in engaging the emerging generation with the gospel across. The Sweets will focus their efforts on serving with a local evangelical church plant, encouraging and equipping European leaders for next generation ministry, and will pursue ministry opportunities with the missionary kids serving throughout Europe. Please pray for the Sweets and their vision of reaching the next generation for Christ.
Brookstone Schools offer an opportunity for parents who want a choice in how they educate their children, but are unable to afford a private Christian education. Our students learn not only facts, but how to use this knowledge in all aspects of their lives. They are learning to be polite, mature, disciplined scholars, and leaders who live in accordance with Judeo-Christian values.
We are a non-denominational Christian school with over 100 students in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Eighty-five percent of our students are eligible for free or reduced lunch program. Our 2013-14 annual budget is $1,190,000. We collect approximately 6% of this budget in student tuition and fees. The remainder is received from donations by individual supporters, businesses, churches and foundations.
We invite you to visit the school, come meet the children, and join our community of friends who are helping to change Charlotte one child at a time.
If you are interested in volunteering or supporting this ministry, please contact Laura Townsend.
Sid Druen is the Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) Campus Minister at Davidson College. He was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina. While at Davidson, Sid became a Christian and met Tere, whom he later married. He has worked with RUF as an intern (Washington D.C. and University of Central Florida) and now as a campus minister (New Mexico State University for 4 years and currently at Davidson College). Sid and Tere have 3 children: Carol (4), William (4), and Millie (2).
The Community Pregnancy Center is a Christ-centered ministry committed to upholding the SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE by demonstrating the love of Christ to women facing crisis pregnancies through the provision of spiritual, physical, and emotional support and by proclaiming the gospel.
The center was founded in 1985 by two women who saw the need to help women in crisis pregnancies. The center was incorporated and the first board of directors established in 1986. The center is supported by churches, individuals, businesses, and fundraisers. We have 4 part-time staff members and a team of 12 volunteers.
The following services are free of charge and strictly confidential.
Office Assistance, Housekeeping, Fundraising
Volunteer Training Seminar - Offered as Need Requires:
212 Caldwell Avenue I Mooresville, NC 28115 I P.704.664.4673 I F. 704.664.4675 I
Heath is originally from Chattanooga TN where he graduated from the McCallie school. He attended Furman
University where he met his lovely wife Jane. Heath served at Downtown Presbyterian Church in Greenville
South Carolina while completing his M.Div. at RTS Charlotte. Heath and Jane's daughter, Mary Ladson, is full of
energy and keeps them constantly on their toes. Heath is in his second year as RUF campus minister at UNC