• Roger & Vangie Stone, Philippines

    Roger Stone has been an affiliate missionary since 2008, working with both Free Methodist World Missions and Wycliffe Bible Translators in the Philippines. He and his wife, Vangie, are involved in training and consulting with the local Bible translation committees for the Ayta Abellen and Ayta Magindi people. They work together to finish the New Testament in these two languages. Roger is also an adviser for FM youth Bible quizzing in the Philippines.

    Click here for an update from Roger (video)

  • Ricardo & Beth Gomez, Colombia, Latin america

    The Gómez family is based in Medellín, Colombia.  Ricardo began serving as the Area Director for Latin America in April 2019. His responsibilities include the oversight of U.S. and International missionaries serving in Latin America. He also oversees national leaders and the Latin American Mission Districts.  Ricardo is a strong believer in teamwork and has established teams working in the areas of Community Church Planting (known as CCP in English and PIC in Spanish), Pastoral Formation, and Pastoral Care to help reach Latin America for Christ through church planting and leadership development.  Beth leads the communications team for the area.

    Click here for an update from Ricardo and Beth (video)

  • %%% and %%%, creative access country

    These workers serve in a country that is considered "creative access," in which the public proclamation of the gospel is restricted. Evangelistic efforts in these countries can pose dangers to one’s life, well-being or freedom, and thus we cannot provide any more details on this site. Please pray for meaningful relationships with students, friends, and others, wisdom, physical health, travel safety and spiritual growth, open doors to the gospel, discernment in developing local leadership, and the spiritual and relational development of the children with them on the field.

    Communication Guidelines for Supporting a Worker in a Creative Access Country

  • Rachel, east asia

    Rachel serves in East Asia. In recent months, she has had to leave the country she was serving in and relocate to a safer location. She hopes to return to East Asia soon. Please pray for her and for her relationships with the people she meets and works with.

  • Nicole kelly, Oread Center, University of Kansas

    Nicole ministers to college students at the University of Kansas through a ministry called the Oread Center. Her ministry has become more challenging in these days of the virus pandemic, but she continues to work "virtually" to meet with students and develop discipleship relationships with students. Nicole appreciates your prayers for her ministry.

  • Haley Johnson, Northwest Missouri State University

    Haley serves with StuMo (Student Mobilization), in ministry to college students on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University. Like other campus ministers, Haley faces added challenges during the pandemic as campuses move instruction online and off-campus. But she and her colleagues are making it work with virtual communication tools. Thank you for your prayers!

  • Haley Ryan, the university of kansas

    Haley Ryan also serves with Student Mobilization at the University of Kansas, and her college student ministry looks very different, these days, with Zoom meetings, lots of social media interactions, and many other virtual ways of meeting with students she can't meet with in person right now. She asks for prayer for creative ways to continue to share the gospel and disciple college students.

  • Free Methodist World Missions

    Our denomination, the Free Methodist Church, USA, has a missions organization called Free Methodist World Missions. FMWM provides support services for all of our denominational missionaries, news and publications, and also a child-sponsorship ministry--International Child Care Ministries (ICCM). 

    Check out the FMWM Web site

    See our interview with Thom & Sherry Cahill, missionaries to Tanzania