Global Outreach

Kigali, Rwanda

Marty Koonce, Louise and their family of four boys moved from their mission work in the country of Togo, West Africa to Rwanda with a team of missionaries to help bring about healing in the genocide torn country of Rwanda. Sharing Jesus with the people of Rwanda in innumerable ways to develop trust in anything, is an ongoing battle. Marty’s work with the African Transformation Network as Sports Development ministry director has led to being able to influence lives for Christ all over the world. Marty is involved with the Olympic program for the country of Rwanda and has helped influence young men’s lives in this program as well. 

Tauranga, New Zealand

Steve Raine is the Principal of the South Pacific Bible College and as their mission statement says, “South Pacific Bible College exists to transform lives through the inspiration of God’s Word to multiply Christ‐Followers in the World.”The South Pacific Bible College educates their students in an intense two year academic program, which can be followed by an optional 3rd year practicum. After the students are equipped with the knowledge of God’s Word, spiritual transformation, and practical skills, they are sent back to their home countries to spread the love of Jesus amongst their native people.

Khon Kaen, Thailand

Kim Voraritskul­ and his wife Rebecca reside in Khon Kaen, Thailand and reach out to the people of Northeast Thailand. Kim is the director of the Khon Kaen Bible Institute which trains men to begin to preach the word in areas all over Thailand and beyond. They hold summer family and youth camps and have many reports of baptisms on an almost weekly basis. Brother Kim works with churches to edify and encourage them in many ways.

Eastern European Missions

Lakehoma has partnered with Eastern European Mission (EEM) to provide God’s Word to the people of Russia, Ukraine and Eastern Europe in their own languages. For many years EEM found ways to get the Bibles through The Iron Curtain. Then in 1989, God brought The Wall down. Now, EEM provides Bibles and biblical literature in more than 20 languages to nations of the former Communist Bloc. These materials are provided to individuals, mission churches, campaign groups and other organizations related to the Church that teach God’s Word in former communist nations.

EEM also provides Biblical literature to families, children in youth camps, public universities, public schools, public libraries, prisons, hospitals, orphanages and anywhere else Bibles are needed…all free to the recipients.  For more information on how you can partner with EEM and their mission to provide a bible to everyone in Eastern Europe  visit www.eem.org

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