We've been serving in Japan since April of 2003. All three of our children love where God has called us. We are thankful God has given us a children who have a burden to see people trust Christ and a desire to serve Him.
God has called me to be an evangelist. The main verse He used is Isaiah 49:6b. I have at least four burdens. My first burden is to preach the gospel to unreached people and see them get saved. My second burden is to see people added to the church. My third burden is to see believers become soul-winners.
Bob and Dee Dodson
Bob and Dee were approved as Baptist Bible Fellowship Missionaries to Tanzania in September 1990. Bob is a 1983 graduate of the pastors course of Baptist Bible College and Dee is a 1985 graduate of the elementary education course of BBC.
The Gormleys work with children in the Philippines actively teaching them the Bible and leading kids to God. They work to get homeless children off the street and adopted as a major part of their ministry.
John and Nikki Glenn
John and Nikki enjoy serving with Armed Forces Baptist Missions. They serve at New Hope Baptist Church and are excited to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with those who have no hope and to equip believers to serve with greater fervor and passion for God.
Mickey and Christine Schrimshire
In 1976 Mickey and Christine responded to God's calling to become missionaries to proclaim the gospel. They were instrumental in the founding of the North Staffordshire Christian Choir and they taught at the Moorlands Bible Institute at Milton Baptist Church.
Joe and Elna Snyder
Joe and Elna served the Lord with NTM for fifty-one years. Joe did evangelism throughout his time there and Elna taught children's Sunday school and a ladies' class. The majority of their time in the field was spent in the tribal church of San Lorenzo.
Bob and Betty Stamper
Bob and Betty Stamper were approved as Baptist Bible Fellowship missionaries in 1973. The Stampers, however, were unfortunately forced to resign in 1977 after the Communist takeover. They were reinstated as missionaries to Kenya in 1978. The Stampers retired in 2013 and Betty went home to be with the Lord in 2021.