UPDATE: Join us for our 2022 Foreign Missions Conference on February 18-20.

Join us Sundays at 8:30AM, 11:00AM, & 6:00PM

Christ Church supports missionaries throughout the world. These missionaries give up comfort and proximity to family to serve the Lord in fulfilling the Great Commission.



Nate and Nikki's desire for foreign missions began shortly after they married in 2004. After several years working in secular vocations, Nate earned his master of divinity and Nikki earned her masters in Christian Education from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Nate is an ordained teaching elder (pastor) in the Presbyterian Church in America. They served on staff in various roles at a church plant in Mississippi for almost seven years before leaving for the field.

The Bonhams arrived in South America in 2012 and spent their first year in Bogota, Colombia, where they attended language school and served alongside a new church plant. In late 2013, they transitioned to Arequipa, Peru, where they have served for almost six years in church revitalization, discipleship, counseling, and pastoral and lay training. They launched Seminario Bíblico Reformado in 2018, which serves almost 200 students across several countries. Also in 2018, Nate began serving MTW in the role of regional director of South America.

The Bonham family is transitioning to Medellín, Colombia, to open a new work for MTW, continue extending the reach of Seminario Bíblico Reformado, and work toward church planting in the growing cities of Medellín and Rio Negro. Their desire is to see Christ-centered and biblically-based churches planted across South America, and they believe this is accomplished through the Holy Spirit working through ministries of evangelism, discipleship, and mercy ministry.

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Nick and Elise met while training for short-term missions during their college years. He served in Eastern Europe, and she on the west coast of the United States. They wrote one another during their time on the field and grew together to have a heart for European ministry. Following their initial service in missions they returned and Nick took up study at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, MS. Their passion for and desire to do missions grew as they served at Providence PCA in Clinton, MS and The Independent Presbyterian Church of Savannah, GA. While in Savannah their ministry often served members of the Military Community at Hunter Army Airfield.

After earning the M.Div. from RTS Jackson Nick was called as 7th pastor of Second Presbyterian Church of Yazoo City where he served for 3 years prior to accepting the call to church plant in Stuttgart, Germany with Ministry to the Military and Internationals. The Bullocks have two sons, Haddon (3 1/3 yrs.) and Benjamin (2 yrs.).


 Congdon In 2019 Joe and Felicity completed their first term of service (four and a half years) in Japan, two years of which were spent serving with Yokkaichi Christ Church, where Joe learned firsthand to preach to and minster to the Japanese in their native language. Joe and Felicity’s vision is to raise up the next generation of young pastors and church leaders in Tokyo. After centuries of missionary effort, today fewer than one half of 1% of the Japanese are Christians. Joe is a church planter and team leader for MTW’s church planting team in Tokyo. In August 2020 the Congdons moved back to Tokyo to begin work on a new church plant in the Setagaya Ward of Tokyo, home to nearly 1 million people, the vast majority of whom have never met a Christian. In conjunction with this church plant, Joe and Felicity will also be helping to launch Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) in Tokyo and a strategic intern residency program designed to reach and train college students for a lifetime of ministry. Please pray for the millions of lost Japanese, especially the young families and college students who live in the Setagaya Ward of Tokyo.


Halbert.JPGAaron was born in Honduras and lived there until he was 10. Rachel grew up in Mississippi. They met on a blind date in 2004 and quickly realized they both had a passion for missions. Because of Aaron’s background, he had a desire to one day return to Honduras. Rachel served on several mission trips to Haiti, during which she realized the great need for God’s Word to be preached worldwide. In 2006, they married and moved to Honduras to teach in a bilingual school outside of Tegucigalpa. While there, they became even more aware of the need for churches that teach the transforming power of the gospel (Romans 10:17).

Aaron and Rachel moved back to Mississippi so that Aaron could get an M. Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS) in Jackson. While there Aaron served at Second Presbyterian in Yazoo City as the youth director and intern. Rachel taught at the local Christian school, then later left the classroom to be a full-time mom. The Halberts are currently serving in the capital of Honduras, Tegucigalpa. They have recently welcomed their triplet girls into the world and now have five children. Please pray as their family continues to do the work of the gospel in Honduras.

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Tim and Cheri moved from San Antonio, TX, to Kampala, Uganda five years ago and are working and teaching at African Bible University. Tim teaches Systematic Theology, Bible Greek, and Leadership in Ministry. Cheri teaches World Literature, Creative Writing, and Biblical Womanhood, “Instructing a Child’s Heart.”

Please pray that there would be a continued open door for the Gospel in an ever-increasing Muslim presence. Pray that the Alumni of ABU would deepen the shallow theology of Christian churches in East Africa.

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Tim grew up in western Michigan, Kristy in New Mexico, and both began to follow Christ as college students. After 20 years of service in the U.S. Navy submarine force, Tim retired from active duty in 2005 to Omaha, Nebraska.

It was in Omaha that Tim and Kristy began to be involved in mercy ministry, Hispanic ministry, and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. After several short-term missions to the U.S./Mexico border region, both Tim and Kristy began to pursue God’s call to serve in cross-cultural missions.

The Holliday family is currently serving with Mission to the World in the eastern region of the U.S./Mexico border, where they work to spread the gospel through evangelism, church planting, and community development. Their hope is to continually use their gifts to serve those in need, to see God’s kingdom expanded along the U.S./Mexico border, and to see His church grow. Their desire is to live as described in Micah 6:8: “He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”

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Josh grew up in a pastor’s home and began to develop a heart for ministry early in his life. His experience on short-term missions trips and in the Navy as a lay leader created in him a real passion for shepherding and church planting. This desire was cultivated at Reformed Theological Seminary and through interning and pastoring at The First Presbyterian Church of Jackson, MS.

From a young age, Gina wanted to go on the mission field. She has served in the church in various capacities but found her heart drawn specifically to women and children. The last several years of her life have been devoted to teaching elementary and pre-school age students and working as the nursery coordinator at FPC Jackson. The Riegers are currently doing ministry in Hexham, England where Josh pastor’s the Hexham Presbyterian Church. They look forward to seeing the Lord work in a country where the history of His work is long and glorious, but where there has not been a vibrant Reformed church in recent years.

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Dal and Beth were married in 1977 after meeting at Covenant College and have five “out of the nest” children. After church planting in the U.S., their adventure with MTW began in 1992 serving in Ukraine, followed by a few years in Spain to re-establish the Madrid church-planting team. The Stantons then served in Sofia, Bulgaria where Dal was the team leader, and both Dal and Beth help to facilitate the “Daughters of Bulgaria,” a ministry to victims of sex trafficking. 

Dal and Beth now are headed to minister in the Ukraine. A great joy of the Stantons is teaching, nurturing, and living in community with Mission to the World interns via “The Well,” a summer internship mentoring program. The Stantons explain their passion for ministry as follows: “We desire to touch real and hurting people, who are impacted by the real and living gospel in our lives.” Please pray for Dal and Beth as they share their passion for Christ among the people of Ukraine.

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ZuggJulian Zugg was born in England and raised in South Africa. In 1986, he moved back to England. He read Law and qualified as a Barrister (US trial lawyer). In 2001, he graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary (M.Div. Jackson) and worked as an assistant/associate minster. In 2008, he was called as the Director of Theology at Belize Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Belize, preparing candidates for pastoral ministry in the Presbyterian Church and other denominations. He is currently the International English Director for Miami International Seminary, where his duties include teaching, writing, developing, and supporting MINTS centers worldwide.  


Kurt’s desire to serve cross-culturally was confirmed while working with Operation Mobilization in England and East Asia. After returning to the U.S., he completed his M. Div. at Covenant Seminary to prepare for career missionary service.

Jill studied at Covenant College and then worked at her church for 10 years leading and discipling junior high students. Her interest in working cross-culturally grew through short-term trips to St. Louis, Guatemala, and Central Asia. While preparing to return overseas Jill and Kurt met and found that God was calling them to similar ministries among Muslim peoples. They married in 2005.

Kurt and Jill serve on a church-planting team in Europe. Kurt began Mission to the World’s work there in 1998. Through the years Kurt has worked with national pastors and church leaders to facilitate church planting in the city. In 2009 he took over the leadership for the team on the east side of the city. Kurt and Jill currently work alongside nationals to develop local leaders and plant churches. Their ministry includes evangelism, discipleship, teaching, and equipping leaders. Please pray for Kurt and Jill as they seek to impact others with the gospel of Jesus Christ.


Though vibrantly colorful and unique, South Asia is a land of immense spiritual darkness and blatant idolatry. The small Christian Church is often infused with poor theology due to a lack of training for pastors and leaders. However, God is faithfully at work in this country, and John and Kelley Beth are grateful to be a part of His mission. John, serving in his home city, will be involved in church planting and theological education while Kelley Beth will be involved with discipleship programs for women and children. Their work will focus on strategizing and mobilizing church-planting efforts to reach the many unreached people groups in South Asia.