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Supported missionaries here and around the world.


Babalola Family

Missionaries to Nigeria

Seyi and Abigail Babalola are native Nigerians.  In 2012 Gdd opened the door for them to come to the U.S. They returned back to their homeland in April 2020 to share the gospel among a people they love.


Kevin and Stacey Byers

Church Planters in Astoria, Oregon

God took them to Germany in 2000 when Kevin was active duty in the United States Air Force. It was during that enlistment time that God spoke to Kevin’s heart about military missions. They joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. in 2005 when their enlistment was finished and started deputation in the United States. In 2009, God allowed them to finish their deputation and go back to the field of Germany, this time as Missionaries. They were faithful to the work of the Lord until God brought them off the field in 2016 to start a new church plant in the Northwest.  They have started a church in Astoria, OR.

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Del and Lora Hooge

Missionaries to the Philippines

Del and Lora Hooge were approved as Baptist Bible Fellowship missionaries to the Philippine Islands in February 1967.  Delbert and Lora Lee both grew up in the Philippines as children of BBF missionaries. Through wanting to have an educational plan for their own children, they were drawn into the leadership of a Christian education movement in 1978.  Starting with 8 schools and the first Christian Educator’s Convention, they now have 520 schools with over 2,500 staff and over 40,000 students.


Israel and Rebecca Warren

Missionaries to Alaska

The Lord has called us to serve in Saint Mary’s, Alaska, a Yupik Eskimo Bush Village on the Lower Yukon River. We are about 375 miles by plane from the road system of Alaska. We have been able to start Faith Baptist Church, and the Lord has provided a rare piece of private property with a building for us to meet in.

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Stuart and Michelle Jellison

Missionaries to Okinawa, Japan

The Jellisons returned to Okinawa in 2017 and have planted North Shore Baptist Church in northern Okinawa.  The church is going strong and they have been able to reach many military men and women for Christ.  In 2020 God moved them from Okinawa to the Mainland where they now pastor Yokosuka Baptist Church.


Gary and Verda Keck

Missionaries to Papua New Guinea

Gary and Verda Keck have been missionaries to Papua New Guinea since 1993.  They have started over 5 churches and are continuing to plant works and reach souls for Christ in PNG.

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Paul and April Lawrence

Missionaries to Romania

Paul and April have been in Romania since 2005.  They have two works and are continuing to serve the Lord and reach the Romanian people for the Lord.


Will and Trina Muldoon

Missionaries to Papua New Guinea

In August 2010 Bro. Muldoon resigned his 16 year pastorate at Fellowship Baptist Church in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He and his wife Trina are graduates of the Baptist Bible Translator’s Institute in Bowie, TX, where they prepared for linguistic and translation work in Papua New Guinea.
September 2012 they arrived in Papua New Guinea to be full time missionaries where they continue to faithfully serve the Lord.


Ryan and Amber Nez

  Bro. Ryan Nez has responded to God's call upon his life to plant churches among his own people beginning in the Navajo Nation Capital City of Window Rock, AZ.  He has a tremendous burden for his Navajo people that is similar to that of Paul's for the Israelites.  God is using Bro. Ryan in a tremendous way.

  The Nez Family took over the development of Newcomb Baptist Church in 2018 and have prospects for a wonderful facility in Newcomb, NM!  God is blessing their work with great attendances, souls saved and people who are growing in the Lord.


Elmer and Jean Salazar

Elmer is a Filipino native that was saved and then surrendered to the ministry then enrolled at a Bible Institute there in the Philippines.  He graduated in 1995 and soon went to a village nearby as their pastor. With all the glory going to God, He has used Br. Salazar to plant 50 village churches in the Philippines.

  Bro. Elmer’s vision is to plant 50 more village churches by the year 2020.   They are conducting evangelistic meetings around Tarlac City every month.  Many souls are being saved through those meetings.


Tim and Maureen Searles

Tim and Maureen have been missionaries in Thailand since 1980.  They have continued the Krenz's work in Nong Khai, Thailand as well as being involved in two church planting projects, one in Nakorn Nayok the other in Nong Khai.  They are working to set up the Lighthouse children’s home as well as trying to fulfill government requirements to develop the land that they are allowing them to use.

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Missionaries to Russia

Due to safety concerns for the missionaries in this region, we do not list online those that we support to this country.

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Josh and Rachel Stewart

Missionaries to the Taiwan

God opened the door for them to go to Taiwan after health issues prevented them from continuing in China. Taiwan is the home of over 23 million people, and has a history of BMM missionaries. The Stewarts have joined Matt and Marla Hanna in Kaohsiung City (a population of almost 3 million) in their church planting ministry. The Stewarts are continuing their study of Chinese and will become more and more involved in the church planting ministry as their language ability allows.

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Bill and Rebekah Summy

Missionary/Evangelist to the United States

The Summy family work with Amazing Grace Mission in a Gospel outreach ministry.  This ministry sets up booths in any outdoor/indoor event they can get into and tells people about the free gift of salvation.  They desire to encourage the local church members to see how easy it is to witness for the Lord and to see souls saved and plugged into the local church they are working with.  God has given the Summy family a greater burden for the Western States, so this is where they are focusing their ministry.

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The Voice of the Martyrs

Aiding Persecuted Missionaries 

Serving persecuted Christians through practical and spiritual assistance and leading other members of the Body of Christ into fellowship with them.


Oliver and Gloria Williams

Missionaries to Peru

The Williams arrived in Lima, June of 1971 and were involved in church planting.  In 1976 Oliver became the director or the Baptist Bible Seminary of Lima, and their church planting  expanded to training national pastors and workers.  Over the years they have established 4 churches and helped in establishing 4 others.  They have seen over 200 graduates of the Bible Seminary.  They are laboring in 34 different areas of the provinces in Peru, and about 18 different districts in the Lima Metropolitan area.

Supported Retired Missionary widows


Marge Elam

Missionaries to Brazil

In 1974 they landed in Porto Velho, Rondonia, Brazil.  The learned the Portuguese language there and spent most of their 36 years on the field there.
While on the mission field in Brazil, they started 8 churches, helped other missionaries in establishing 7 other churches, helped national pastors start 5 more, and assisted by teaching and preaching in 8 previously established churches.
Robert held Bible Conferences, youth camps, and Prophecy classes in 3 different states in Brazil: Acre, Rondonia, and Paraiba.  He has taught in three different Bible Institutes and has had his own institute for 25 years.  He was able to produce over 60 Bible College Courses and has taught them to students all over the country.  He sent lessons out to over 90 Missionaries, National Pastors, National Professors, and students all over Brazil.  
He has received the call to go to Dupont, Washington and help start the Dupont Bible Institute where he will be working with Pastor Wayne Rose and Dr. Sam Brown to create courses and teach.
In July 2017 Bob Elam was called home to be with the Lord.  Marge moved to Conway, AZ to live with her family.


Mary Sue Fattig

Missionaries to Chili

After 40 years serving as foreign missionaries, they were approved to work with the Hispanics in the BBFI United States Language Groups ministry of the Mission Office.  They began a new ministry in the States as they did in Mexico and Chile.  They made contacts and established relationships with Spanish-speaking peple  that have bought homes and own businesses.  When they gained their trust they also ministered to the migrant Spanish people. 
On March 12, 2018, God called Terry home to be with Him.  Terry and Mary Sue have faithfully served the Lord for many, many years.  Even now lives are still being changed through the ministries being carried on that they started.


Carolyn Hultquist

Missionaries to Peru

They served in Peru from 1987-2001.  They served in and out of Iquitos and along the mighty Amazon River.  They lived in an Indian village for nine years teaching the locals about God’s free gift of Salvation.  They also had a Bible Institute on their property, where Larry taught Biblical theology to national pastors from surrounding river villages.

  January 2002, they started a work in Kemmerer, WY, so after visiting there, they felt that was where the Lord would have them settle.  They started with a Bible Study in their home and began praying for a church building.  The Lord answered that prayer by making a building available on main street.

On March 30, 2008, they had their first church service in the new building.  What a day of celebration that was!!  It was so exciting to see how God had answered so many prayers and they looked forward with great anticipation to what God was going to do in the future.

On April 2, 2008, (just 3 days after the first service in the church building) the Lord called Larry home. 

The church (Grace Baptist) in Kemmerer, WY continues to do well.  

July, 2010,   Mrs. Hultquist was burdened to go to Owatonna, MN Carolyn continued to serve in an assisted living center there in MN.  God has given her a unique ministry through this position.

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