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Jack and Keiko Marshall
After their marriage, Jack and Keiko worked with Japanese college students attending Fresno State. They continued working with Japanese students in Australia as well. Keiko’s family was in Japan so they decided to go to Japan and continue their ministry. The emphasis of their ministry has changed over the years. Today they have a Bible teaching ministry as the they feel the great need of seeing the Japanese Christians become strong in their faith and come to a place where they can teach others the doctrines of God’s Grace.
Ray and Michele Call
Ray and Michele have worked with MTW Mexico planting reformed and covenantal churches. Originally from southern California, the Calls worked for 3 years in college ministry at Fresno State where they joined Sierra View PCA. Later, Ray graduated from Covenant Seminary and they joined MTW in 2006 to work along the U.S./Mexico border. They spent two years living in Mexicali, Mexico. The Calls then moved to the San Diego/Tijuana area and later worked in church planting in Uruguay. They now serve in the pastoral ministry, evangelism, and church planting/revitalization in Belize. Their passion is to see God glorified through the Great Commission work of making disciples through the preaching and teaching of the gospel and the whole counsel of God’s Word. Ray and Michele have 7 children.
Dave and Dawn Diaso
The Diasos have served in missions for more than 25 years. Dave and Dawn serve on the San Diego-Tijuana border, the largest bi-national city in the world with over 5 million people. Their vision is to see the Lord work in such a way that SD-TJ will be renewed and the border and beyond will be revived. As the life giving gospel is proclaimed, new churches will be established on both sides of the border.
Dan and Rebecca Gregoire
Dan and Rebecca Gregoire first came to Slovakia on a short-term mission trip in 2001. They returned in 2007 to begin serving full time, and currently live in Spišska Nová Ves (SNV), Slovakia, with their eight children. Together Dan and Rebecca seek to live missional lives, being a bridge to bring Slovaks into the community of believers to hear the gospel and see it in practice. It is their hope that the next generation in Slovakia will know and worship the Lord as a body of believers.