Our Missionaries

We are pleased to be able to support missionaries at various locations throughout the world.  Most of our giving supports missionaries who serve with the North American Baptist Conference, although we do support a number of missionaries who serve with other mission agencies as well.


Bud and Lois Fuchs (Utah)

Bud and Lois serve as North American Baptist Conference missionaries to reach out to international students in Utah at Utah Valley University. The Fuchs also serve as the Cross-Cultural Equippers to train churches to minister to internationals throughout North America.


Sherri Paulson (Ghana)

Sherri writes: “I have been in Ghana since August 2005 and am torn into a few parts. One part being office assistant, doing phones, emails, copying, admin work for the SIM team in the north, and assisting the SIM Director, etc, etc. One part being youth worker. I call it more youth partnering with the Bible Church of Africa. We have been doing evangelism, youth outings, retreats, and I have been teaching Sunday School. One part language learner. All I can say about this is “I struggle!”. One part Short Term Associate Coordinator, which means if you are interested in coming to Ghana for less than 2 years to do ministry I can help you. Which means get over here, Ghana is fab! Hope to see you soon.”

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Anne Reid (Port Alberni, B.C.)

Anne spent several years at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago where she was Field Supervisor (assistant director) in the Practical Christian Ministry Department. One of her co-workers was a major influence in Anne’s decision to become a missionary under N.A.I.M. which brought her to Saskatoon in 2000. (She has since changed organizations, to The Wilderness Retreat Society/The Master’s Mission). Anne is serving among First Nations people on Copper Island, British Columbia. She spends the majority of her time mentoring kids. Anne serves with The Master’s Mission

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Keith & Debbie Rundquist (Chicago)

Keith and Debbie have been serving with Inner City Impact since 1986. Keith is the Physical Properties Manager.

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Dennis & Nancy Palmer (Cameroon)

The Palmer family served as medical missionaries in Cameroon from 1979-1984 and from 1988-1991, mostly at Banso Baptist Hospital. Dennis Palmer, DO. FACP, currently serves as Medical Director, CBCHB HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Program and also Program Director, Christian Internal Medicine Specialization Residency, Mbingo Baptist Hospital, which is in a rural area of the Northwest Region located north of Bamenda, Cameroon. Nancy Palmer, Ph.D., currently serves as Administrator, CIMS residency and Chairperson, CBC Health Board IRB, Mbingo Baptist Hospital, Bamenda, Northwest Region Republic of Cameroon.

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Tony Dunaway (Zambia)

Tony serves with Every Orphans Hope. He writes, "One of my greatest joys is spending time at one of the My Father’s House Orphan Homes sponsored by Every Orphan’s Hope (EOH) in Zambia. The children are so smart, so vibrant and simply overflowing with the love that can only come from our Heavenly Father. Their hopes and aspirations are not so different from those you and I held in our youth… to become a doctor, teacher, author or pilot… and now I have the opportunity to encourage and influence these young dreams! What a gift!


Chain of Love (Brazil)

Chain of Love - a rescue ministry for homeless children providing a safe home, meals, education, and the love of dedicated house parents.  Currently we are supporting a boy named Luciano. See www.chainoflove.org.


Village Missions (United States, Canada)

Village Missions exists to glorify Jesus Christ by developing spiritually vital churches in rural North America. We fulfill this aim by placing pastors in country churches that might otherwise have to close, and in doing so, preserve the Gospel presence in over 220 communities across the United States and Canada.