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SUPPORTED MISSIONARIES


Martin and Elizabeth Barley

Elizabeth and Martin and their children Elias, and Simeon serve under SIM. They will begin a new assignment in Nigeria beginning in April. Elizabeth (Lid) is originally from Hallowell, Maine will work in women’s ministries and Martin will work with street children , orphans, and outcasts to help meet needs, including biblical training, while sharing the hope of the Gospel. Contact the Barleys at elizabeth.cromwell@yahoo.com or visit their website at www.simusa.org


Randall and Luda Ford

Randall and Luda and Eliana reach out to Jewish people in Queens N.Y. under the guidance of Chosen People Ministries. The Fords use English classes, Bible studies, special services, and sharing meals to build relationships with Jewish friends in order to introduce them to the Messiah. Contact the Fords at ludaga@yahoo.com or at www.chosenpeople.com


Good Shepherd Food Bank

Good Shepherd Food Bank is a distribution center providing food for those at risk of hunger by soliciting surplus food and distributing it to non-profit programs throughout Maine. They believe they are doing the work of Jesus, who is The Good Shepherd. This past year, they distributed over 12 Million pounds to 107,000 of our neediest neighbors each month from Kittery to Fort Kent. FBC purchases food from the Good Shepherd to stock our pantry that we use to help people in need in our area. Learn more at www.gsfb.org


Haitian Pastor’s Fund

Over the past several years, FBC has developed relationships with a few Haitian pastors who have a missionary vision that is being lived out through active ministries in their communities. This support is distributed on a “as needed basis” to help these pastors and their local churches. We place a special priority on helping them develop outreach and service programs in their communities. Contact Pastor Henry for more info at henry@fayettebaptistchurch.org


Luke and Pam Brochu

Luke and Pam direct Haitian Ministries: “Creating lasting Change by Helping Haitians Help Haitians for God's Glory.” Their goal is to equip and train local Haitians in multiple disciplines, including; Pastor training, youth conferences, discipleship, soccer program, building projects, mobile medical clinics, home to home health care, business leadership, and agriculture. They host short term mission teams, matching skills and experience with needs to make lasting change in the lives of our brothers and sisters so that they can be the salt and light of the earth. Directors are Pam and Luke Brochu of Bangor Maine. Contact them at pambrochu@yahoo.com or http://www.haitianministries.us


His Hands Support Ministry

His Hands Support Ministry is a child-sponsorship program that began in Haiti, and has expanded to Africa, Guatemala, Mexico, and several other countries. Their goal is to support and encourage the work of brothers and sisters in Christ in impoverished areas of the world and to support the ministries of their churches by helping with the ministries of their schools and in supporting children to enable them to attend school. FBC sent their first short-term team with His Hands for Haiti in 2006. FBC members Matt Lenfestey and Marilee Colpitts serve with this ministry. Contact the ministry at info@hishandssupportministries.org.


Bruce and Jan Wilson

Bruce and Jan direct the Hope House: Family Support and Resource Center serving in the greater Lewiston area. Bruce and Jan Wilson started this ministry 25 years ago and have been instrumental in many pro-life venues in the state. They have now expanded their ministry to include the growing Somali community. Email the Wilsons at hopehouse17@gmail.com or visit www.hopehousemaine.com


Roger and Donna Labbe

Roger and Donna serve as the directors of Camp Good News in Livermore. They oversee the busy year around camping programs for children of all ages. They have a passion to see children come to know Christ and grow in His grace. Contact the Labbes at rdmlabbe@gmail.com or visit www.mainecampgoodnews.org


Dan and Heather Litchfield

Dan and Heather serve under CRU from their base near Plymouth N.H.The Litchfields use their unique “Lifelines” ministry of outdoor adventures (hiking, canoeing, camping, etc) to reach college students far from Christ and then follow up with Bible studies for those who are seeking to know more about Christianity. They are also responsible for helping train new Lifeline leaders for college campuses across the U.S. Contact the Litchfields at Heather.Litchfield@uscm.org or visit www.ccci.org


Franco and Barby Mendez

Franco & Barby serve in a church planting ministry in the rural, mountain village of Cuautotola, Mexico. They are Mexican missionaries sent out by their church in Puebla. In their years of ministry they have established a vibrant church with a lunch program for children, a clinic, and pharmacy. They are building a complex that will contain community gardens, missionary housing, and a Bible school to train local nationals for the ministry. They have also established several outreaches in surrounding villages. FBC has sent a team down for the past several years to work with Franco and Barby. Email them at proyectocuautotola@hotmail.com or visit their sending church at www.webelcamino.org


Margaux serves as the Central Maine Representative for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She is passionate about working with students and coaches to see the life-changing transformation of the Gospel in their lives. She heads up area small groups (huddles) in several schools and is involved in various FCA camps. She and her husband, Seth and daughter Evie, live in Green, Maine. Email Margaux at mpoplaski@fca.org


Calvin and Katie Cooper

Calvin and Katie and thier son, Israel, are under South America Mission (SAM) raising up a team of supporters in order to serve in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, S.A.. Calvin will teach at the school he graduated from and oversee the youth ministry. Katie plans to work with girls from the Ayore people, an indigenous group in Eastern Bolivia, that are marginalized by society and needing to be set free from things like prostitution. Contact the Coopers at ckcooper@southamericamission.org


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