Jon Gainer

Olschowy, Ute

Brett & Heather Seybold My wife Heather and I have two amazing daughters; Fiona who is 17 and Noelle who is about to turn 13. They were both born in Germany while we served there for about a decade. Heather works as a German teacher at a local high school in Mt. Juliet, TN where we reside. I manage KAPOL which consists of much evangelism, mentoring, traveling & speaking, writing, providing resources for Christians & congregations internationally, and engaging in many lengthy dialogues with many people from diverse backgrounds and faiths. Fiona enjoys Cross Country, working on her car, hanging …

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Seybold, Brett

Brett & Heather Seybold My wife Heather and I have two amazing daughters; Fiona who is 17 and Noelle who is about to turn 13. They were both born in Germany while we served there for about a decade. Heather works as a German teacher at a local high school in Mt. Juliet, TN where we reside. I manage KAPOL which consists of much evangelism, mentoring, traveling & speaking, writing, providing resources for Christians & congregations internationally, and engaging in many lengthy dialogues with many people from diverse backgrounds and faiths. Fiona enjoys Cross Country, working on her car, hanging …

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Charles and Emily Coonce

Coonce, Charles and Emily

Charles & Emily Coonce Hello, we are Charles and Emily Coonce. Emily grew up outside of Denver, CO, and I am from the dusty fields of Southern Illinois. We met through Ozark Christian College! Our first overseas experience, and first cross-cultural ministry opportunity was working in the rugged youth camps of Russia for a summer–for our honeymoon. After that year Emily and I lived in Germany for 7 months to learn about full-time mission work as interns during our undergrad. Living in Germany opened our eyes to the desperate need for ministry work in the West–something we were never told …

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Dmitry and Lyubov Ryabov.

Ryabov, Dmitry

Dmitry & Lyubov Ryabov I’m Dmitriy Ryabov (most call me Dima) am the pastor of a Church in Kremenchuk Ukraine which serves a community consisting of mostly Roma people. I am also serving as the director of a charitable organization called “Exodus.” From the beginning of the war, we continue Church ministry, focused on the needs of today to help immigrants from other cities with food support, overnight accommodation, and most importantly preaching the gospel. We often deliver products to areas of humanitarian disaster. From the beginning of the military conflict, so far we have transported and handed out 20000 …

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Sergey Zarhachuk, Missionary in Ukraine

Zaharchuk, Sergey

Sergey Zaharchuk I was born into a family of atheists. My country was called the USSR. My father and mother never told me about the existence of God and we did not celebrate any Christian holidays. At school, we were taught that there is no God and that the church is the most dangerous organization. Until I became a believer, I did not know that Christmas was the event when the Savior was born. For us it was a holiday of tangerines and sweets, we wore traditional Ukrainian costumes, went to visit our godparents, and were given money. It was …

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