Our Missionaires

Raymond and Deborah Johnson:
They serve the Lord in Oklahoma as missionaries to the Chocktow Indians. They are both Chocktows and have a burden tot reach their people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and are planting churches. Raymond is currently translating the Bible into the Chocktow language ( a language that currently does not have a Bible).

Dave and Jill Simpson:

Missionaries with New Tribes Mission headquarters in Florida. The Simpsons primary work in the training of new missionaries that are preparing to go out to the foreign fields.


Janet McKinney:

She is our home missionary, serving with Gospel Ministries to Children of South Jersey.
Janet is very active bringing kids clubs to public schools and teaching them the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
During the summer she does Backyard Clubs and Vacation Bible Schools.

Steve and Debby Lopez

Steve and Debby are serving at the Word of Life Bible Institute in Argentina, specifically in a course called the Bilingual Bible Program (BBP).  What is so special about this course is that students can learn the Spanish language while studying God’s Word.  The unique dynamics of this ministry allows them to interact with teenagers through open air evangelism, the Bible Institute, local church ministry, summer camps, and other outreach activities.

Jesús (Chuy) and Crystal Ramirez

Chuy and Crystal joined International Gospel Missions (IGM) in 2002.  Crystal is the daughter of Edward and Flossie Abbot.  Rev. Ramirez is the pastor of San Francisco Baptist Church in Little San Francisco, Hidalgo, Mexico.  He also teaches at the Eben-ezer Baptist Bible Institute.