• Mission Possible - Bulgaria

    Mission Possible is our ministry partner located in the Village of German, near the capital city of Sofia. Mission Possible desperately desires to reach the people of Bulgaria with the message of Jesus Christ by equipping the churches and Christian leaders to minister effectively in their communities. Mission Possible's three primary areas of ministry include training, publishing and social outreach. Mission Possible has been partnered with CCC since 2001.
    Mission Possible - Bulgaria. 86 Patriarch German Str. German Sofia, Bulgaria 1186. mpbulgaria@intech.bg
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  • Luis & Kendra Britez - Paraguay

    Luis and Kendra are serving Paraguay with the gospel of Christ. Their spiritual journeys began in two different countries but their calling the same. God entwined this couple in a unique way. Luis, a Paraguayan, and Kendra, a native San Diegan were brought together through their service in an orphanage in Tobati, Paraguay. Today their ministry focusing on evangelism, discipleship, and church planting within the community of Tobati. The Britez family's vision is that every man, woman, and child in Paraguay, from every tribe, toungue and people group will come to know God through the person of His Son, Jesus Christ in a personal, commited manner. Their goal is to make disciples, who make disciples, who make disciples of others... until every person in Paraguay has heard the gospel! Current Newsletter

    Luis has over 12 years of experience as a ministry leader in local churches and coming alongside new church plants. He studied four years at a Paraguayan Bible college and is in the process of writing his thesis to recieve his degree in theology. Kendra studied one year at the Word of Life Institute, Argentina. CCC has been a part of their lives since 2008 and has partnered with them in ministry since 2013.

    Contact information: Losbritez@gmail.com

     

     

  • Steve Fitzpatrick - Herald of Faith

    Steve Fitzpatrick, pastor, teacher and evangelist is currently serving as president of Herald of Faith. He and his wife, Kathy, have three children, one daughter-in-law and four grandchildren. Steve has over 40 years of ministry experience including youth pastor, evangelist, assistant pastor, senior pastor and dean of Bible colleges. Steve has both a Bachelor of Theology and a Masters of Divinity of Azusa Pacific University’s Haggard School of Theology. During his travels, he has trained and equipped pastors and leaders on six continents while visiting over forty countries. Whether he is navigating a jungle river by canoe in Central America, preaching in the high mountains of Argentina, teaching national pastors in war-torn Uganda, or evangelizing in rural India – there are always adventures for those involved in Herald of Faith! Website
    Herald of Faith is currently affecting these ten countries; Argentina, Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, Haiti, Lebanon, Pakistan, India, Quebec, Canada, and Russia. HoF has either physically visited these countries with seminars and projects or through Skype taught regularly in Pastor's and youth seminars. HoF is constructing a training center in Chinthopu, AP India that will be used for continous training of village pastors and evangelists. Although we are using it now, the building is 75% complete. In Nicaragua we will be graduating about 50 students from the Herald of Faith Bible University with their Certificate of Ministry in the month of May, 2016. Steve's new workbook, Leadership Development has already been printed in Telugu, Spanish, and English. HoF continues to focus on their vision of developing pastoral leaders and strengthening local churches - worldwide!

    Herald of Faith
    P.O. Box 278
    Ramona, CA 92065
    858-486-0299
    steve@heraldoffaith.org
    www.heraldoffaith.org
    www.facebook.com/heraldoffaith 

     

  • Nasko Lazarov - Global Action

    Nasko Lazarov was born and raised in a Christian family in Bulgaria. His parents enrolled him in a Russian school but he became a student of the English language from his time in elementary school in the early 1980’s. He became a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ when he was fifteen years old and shared his faith with all his fellow soldiers and officers during the mandatory military service. After his honorable discharge, Nasko started work with Mission Possible Bulgaria as an interpreter and office errand boy. His responsibilities grew over the years and included teaching seminars for youth pastors, training educators, and organizing nationwide conferences and initiative for the Bulgarian Evangelical Alliance. He was ordained by his home church, Second Pentecostal Church, for ministry and for seven years together with his wife led a growing ministry for youth, young adults and college students. During his ministry years in Bulgaria, Nasko was a regular speaker at one of the largest youth summer camps.

    In 2004, Nasko’s family moved to Mt. Prospect, IL where he assumed responsibilities as US Director for Mission Possible USA. He was responsible for all administrative, office, and fundraising activities of Mission Possible and helped relocate the organization from Denton, TX and rebuild the office infrastructure and operations. In 2009, Nasko accepted an invitation to join Global Action (www.globalaction.com), a Christian mission organization that equips pastors and church leaders for effective ministry in developing nations. He serves as one of their trainers and equippers of pastors; he takes care of multiple office responsibilities; speaks and travels on behalf of the ministry; and, loves to encourage and challenge Christ followers to be involved in obeying the Great Commission to “go and make disciples of all nations.” Nasko has a B.A. in Ministerial Studies from Christian Life College in Mt. Prospect, IL. He is currently working on his Master’s degree with Walden University, studying in their Industrial and Organizational Psychology program.

    Married to Irena since 1997, Nasko resides with his family in Colorado Springs. Nasko and Irena are proud parents of Annika who was born in 2004 – Annika likes to tell people that she’s not a Bulgarian, nor an American, but that she’s from Chicago. In his free time, you can find Nasko reading a book, or – if the weather permits it and the price is right – on a golf course with friends. Contrary to popular belief about Eastern Europeans, Nasko is a Denver Broncos fan and enjoys watching a great football plays that show good team work.

    Links: http://www.globalaction.com/staff/ and http://www.globalaction.com/nasko/

    Contact: nlazarov@globalaction.com and https://www.facebook.com/naskolazarov