Calvin Church supports the following missionaries with funds and prayers.

Nathan, Peter, John, Ruth
Community Cloud Forest Conservation
Coban, Guatemala
Rob and Tara work with remote mountain villages in the central highlands of Guatemala. Their work focuses on alleviating poverty and ending malnutrition through ecological improvements to agriculture and helping young people access education beyond the 6th grade. By word and example the Cahills are bringing the message of God’s love.

c/o Christian Reformed World Missions USA
1700 28th Street SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49508-1407
dkromminga@crcna.org      mbuteyn@crcna.org
The Krommingas will work in cooperation with the Berliner Stadtmission, a 137-year-old mission to Germany’s capital city. Of the more than one million refugees that arrived in Germany in the last year 60,000 came to Berlin. The opportunities for our involvement are abundant: pastoral care, language education, leadership training for new Christians, and worship in easy German.

Anneke, Peter, Andre
Ann – Exegetical Adviser, Central African Republic, Africa
1824 Observatory, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Ray and Ann live in Grand Rapids MI, and Ann continues to work full time for Wycliffe Bible Translators, traveling several times a year to the Central African Republic. in CAR Ann helps African Bible translators through training and checking their translations for exegetical accuracy, and she continues that work by email and Skype when she is  in the U.S. Ray works as a pilot in Holland, MI.

Garret, Henry, Sam
Resonate Global Missions
Háros utca 126/A
1222 Budapest
smichmerhuizen@crcna.org      janmichmerhuizen@gmail.com
Steve and Jan Michmerhuizen live in Budapest, Hungary.  Steve’s work is based in Romania and the larger Central and Eastern European region.  In his role as a network developer Steve partners with Romanian leaders of faith-based organizations his work is to encourage, equip and network these leaders in their ministries for evangelism, discipleship, compassion ministries, and leadership development.  Also in Romania and the wider region Steve is networking with students and scholars in places of higher education to promote Christian Environmental Stewardship (Creation Care).  Jan is working as a full-time volunteer with the International Christian School Budapest as an Education Specialist in the Support Services department.  They attend the Danube International Church in Budapest.

Michael (husband), Hannah, Noah
International Coordinator, Discipling Marketplace Leaders
Kenya, Ghana, Egypt, USA
International Christian Ministries, CRWM
Newsletter: www.reedsinthewind.blogspot.com
Renita is working on church-based business as mission, through a ministry called Disciplining Marketplace Leaders, which seeks to help the church disciple business people as Marketplace Ministers. This program is currently in Kenya, Egypt, and Ghana and will be starting in the US, Nigeria, and Uganda in 2016.

Wycliffe – USA
PO Box 8633
Tucson, AZ 85738
wade_remer@wycliffe.org           joy_remer@wycliffe.org
Wade and Joy are serving in the U.S. with Wycliffe Bible Translators, reaching out to Mexican immigrants who speak the indigenous languages of Mexico, helping them find Bibles in their
heart language online in both audio and printed form. They visit people groups, ministries and churches, demonstrating the use of ScriptureEarth.org and other tools for accessing the Scriptures in different languages.

Dan and Rachael desire to see the Gospel reach Faster and Farther through Bible translation! Having served for over 11 years as pilot-mechanics in both Togo and Cameroon, they are well suited for their new roles at the JAARS Center in Waxhaw, NC. Dan will be working as a mechanic preparing aircraft for overseas service and Rachael will use her flying skills to recruit young aviators and engage in missions aviation awareness events.


Resonate Global Missions
PO Box 280
Soroti, Uganda
anthonysytsma@crcna.org              ssytsma@crcna.org
blog: http://anthsara.blogspot.com
Anthony and Sara are serving with Resonate in Uganda. Anthony is teaching pastors using Timothy Leadership Training. Sara is assisting a Ugandan Pentecostal development organization in its agricultural -development efforts.

Anna Emi
Tokyo Christian University
2-3-1-101 Harayama
Inzai, Chiba 270-1341
David is teaching at Tokyo Christian University as assistant professor in the program Asian Christian Theological Studies for English Speakers. This semester he is teaching a course on “History and Theology of the Reformation and Evangelicalism.” His students come from all around the world.

Samuel, Micah
CRHM – The House
PO Box 51212
Seattle, WA 98115
brianturnbull72@msn.com       turnbullbets@hotmail.com
The Turnbulls are missionaries in the heart of Seattle. Their work involves an intentional immersion into the tapestry of their community, where they find natural ways to connect and gather with people. This project includes community development, discipleship of new believers, and a weekly gathering around Word and sacraments.

Scott, Audrey, Julie, Charlotte
Trans World Radio – International
1736 Aidenn Lair Rd.
Dresher, PA 19025
Carol and Daryl are working with the Bonaire Transmitter Upgrade Project. The Van Dykens now live in Philadelphia, but Daryl travels to Africa and Europe in his assignments, and Carol now works in the TWR Stewardship/Fund Development Department.

Mark trains teams of local school teachers as in-service leaders for their local colleagues. The Educational Care (EC) training program is used to address root needs.
Biblical worldview
Preventive & corrective discipline
How students learn
Purpose & value of one’s school
Developing student gifts
Leadership in schools
Meshing lessons and management with biblical worldview is benefiting administrators and teachers. In EC, action planning is used to practice concepts and skills.
Teachers’ thinking expands. Observers are telling about visible improvements at school. Godly truth is linking subjects to life. Teachers are crafting lessons that develop student gifts. Biblical integration is improving student achievement.
Anne is Superintendent for Hillcrest’s elementary, middle and high schools.
Internationally respected, Hillcrest School was founded in 1942 for the children of missionaries. Now, 75 years later, both Hillcrest’s staff and students are more international. Anne is helping Hillcrest chart a course for godly stewardship and witness for the next 75 years. Hillcrest provides rigorous Christian education for international and Nigerian families that work in missions and other professions. Its graduates are making a difference in government, business, churches, and military, in Nigeria and worldwide.
Mark and Anne are both grateful to be serving in education in Nigeria.

Noah, Elsa, Ruth
University Christian Outreach
1312 Giddings Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
David and Sarah serve locally and regionally with University Christian Outreach in organizational leadership, staff support, and teaching for our evangelistic and discipleship efforts on college campuses. They also lead a young professionals outreach group in Grand Rapids.

Multiple Missionaries in countries where it is unsafe to post information about their work.

Russian Broadcast. Bringing the Gospel to those who long to hear it in Russia.


International student support.


Campus Chapel is a ministry of the Christian Reformed Church to the University of Michigan. For over sixty years, its mission has been to foster a community of students, faculty and others devoted to “loving God with heart and mind” in all that God has called them to do. Sitting on the border of central campus, the Chapel is located at 1236 Washtenaw Ct. between Geddes and South University. Our number is (734) 668-7421.


In one of the poorest areas of the country, this local ministry reaches out with explicitly Christian and practical service to needy folks.


A ministry to assist men lost in the penal systems of the area.


Through the guiding light of God’s Spirit, Guiding Light partners with individuals to fulfill their God-given potential through rescue, recovery and re-engagement in the community.


Facebook: GVSU InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Equipping a new generation of Bible teachers.


Funds are designated to help students who come from other countries to study at Kuyper College.


This ministry reaches across the racial and economic barriers to encourage and show love in Christ’s name.


In a small northern community called Kabala, children are becoming leaders who will drive peace-making, community healing, and community service. Imagine a school where the children who never previously had the chance to step inside a classroom now outperform their peers across the region.


Disaster Response Relief.


In the continuing ministry among the Zuni in New Mexico, the Zuni Christian Mission School provides a high-quality Christian education that is Biblical and reformed in world-view and reaches about 80 students in grades K-8, 85% of whom are from non-Christian homes.