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Our mission is to proclaim the Word of God, leading people to a saving faith and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

Missionaries

We, the members of Trinity Bible Fellowship, affirm that God's love and offer of redemption extend to all the peoples of earth.  It is His supreme desire to make disciples of His Son, Jesus, among all peoples of the world and to see His church established among every tribe, tongue and race.

 

We believe each Christian is personally accountable for carrying out God's plan.  Missions is not a special interest for a select group in our church, it is for all.

 

We also recognize that Trinity Bible Fellowship is corporately responsible to carry out God's plan for the nations.  We therefore commit ourselves to work together in a missions program that will be an appropriate, obedient response to God's call to be involved in missions.

North Idaho and the Greater Spokane Area

1. Randy & Lynne AndersonRandy Anderson, of InFaith,  assists churches in the North Idaho/Greater Spokane area. 2. Robert McDowallRobert is the InFaith Area missionary for the Eastern Washington field.

Training others to go out

1. Randy & Laura DamschenMinistry: Randy - New Tribes Mission (NTM) Tech Center: Director of Operations and MTC Teacher; Laura - NTM Bookstore and MTC Childcare Coordinator Serving In: United States Missionaries serving in the USA play vital roles on the church planting team such as training, accounting for and transferring gifts, recruiting missionaries and informing and involving churches and individuals. Like those who serve overseas, USA missionaries are responsible to raise financial support to pay their salary and ministry expenses, looking to God, trusting only in Him to provide through His people. ﷯

 

Recruiting and training missionaries to the Muslim world

1. Randy & MargoRandy & Margo train missionaries to the Mideast.

 

Mexico

1. Vicente ReynaVicente Reyna, a Mexican national, pastors a church in Los Adobes Village in Nueva Leon, Mexico.More...2.  Bruce MorockBruce now works with BAM (Business As Mission), an organization that helps mission teams do ministry in Mexico and trains local Christians in business and ministry skills.3.  Brad & Shilo CainMinistry: Brad and Shilo are missionaries with Ethnos 360 providing education to missionary kids. Serving In: • Serving in Chihuahau, Mexico at Colegio Binimea Mission School Brad and Shilo Cain work teaching and discipling missionaries’ children in Mexico with Ethnos 360. Brad is also developing online educational support services for homeschoolers. "We are excited to have a part in the lives of missionaries’ children. This is a unique ministry, since growing up in 2-3 diffferent cultures means that MK’s have a childhood like no other. We count it a privilege to use the opportunities that God gives us to help them grow in their relationship with Him, whether it be through formal preparation in school, or through informal times of discipleship in every day life situations. By providing educational support to missionaries and their families, we know that we play a vital role in seeing the Gospel come to those who have never heard." ~Brad ﷯

 

India

1. Pastor Daniel ChittumuriPastor Daniel Chittumuri is an Indian pastor who administrates a Bible college, an orphanage, a children's school, a widow's training school, and a care facility for the elderly, as well as pastoring a church.More...

 

Africa

1. Cam & Valerie HammCam, Valerie, Noah, Elizabeth (Elly), and Joseph (Jojo) are with Wycliff members serving with SIL in Cameroon, developing an alphabet.  Cam explains:"We work in with a team targeting 10 languages, called the Ndop Cluster, providing leadership to linguistic research - figuring out the details of grammars, dictionaries, and how to write these languages so that any message passed in writing is easily understandable by another person literate in the language.  We also are involved in translation, and have done intermediate Bible translation checking, helping to check translation drafts in Bafanji for accuracy, naturalness, and spelling and punctuation (the final consultant will not be able to assess naturalness and spelling as well as we can, since we are much more intimately involved in learning about the grammar and spelling rules of the language).