Supporting global missions is an important part of Community. Our desire is to partner, prepare and send out missionaries to be effective messengers of the gospel in a variety of contexts.

Sent Missionaries

Anthony and Heather Book, Thailand

Anthony​ and Heather​ currently serve in Chiang Mai, Thailand.​ While their primary focus for the next couple years is learning Thai language and culture, they are both active in building relationships with Thai people in the hopes of sharing Jesus with them. Heather has helped lead worship in their local church and taught from God’s Word on several occasions. Anthony is involved with a ministry called The Centre ( helping with technology support and teaching English.​

​They have three boys (David, Robert, and Timothy). David and Robert are both high school students at Grace International School (​ while Timothy (3) is at home.

Rick and Lisa Caynor, Spain

Bud and Bonnie Morton, Papua New Guinea

Bud and Bonnie are missionaries through New Tribes Mission serving in Papua New Guinea. Their mission is to provide medical and educational support. Bud is a doctor at the NTM Medical Clinic and Bonnie teachers first grade at Numonohi Christian Academy.

Two “sent missionary families” cannot be publicly identified because of the sensitive nature of their ministries.

Supported Missionaries

Dave and Joyce Hilt, USA

Dave and Joyce currently serve as representatives for New Tribes Mission in the Mid-Atlantic Region, USA. The scope of their work is to represent the world-wide work & ministries of New Tribes Mission in churches, on college campuses, in small-group meetings, and among interested individuals desiring a deeper vision in missions.

Missions Partners

Ben & Suzi Collins, Thailand

Ben is a missionary with ABWE (Association of Baptists for World Evangelism) in Bangkok, Thailand. Ben lives in the capital city of Bangkok and is currently working in evangelism and discipleship with university students from one of the top universities in Thailand. He engages both Christians and non-Christians through English Corner, English camps, and a bible study life-group that is geared toward creating community and discipleship.

Tom and Sharon Huckel, Philadelphia

Tom is the director of Hananeel Ministries which is one of the oldest Jewish missions in the United States, celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2011. Their ministry includes ESL (English as a Second Language) Classes, Russian/Jewish Bible Studies, Shut-ins Ministry, Street Evangelism, Scripture Distribution, Direct Mailings, Evangelism Seminars, Messianic Music Concerts, “Messiah in the Passover” Seder Dinners & Demonstrations, “Messiah in the Feasts of Israel” Conferences & Israel in Prophecy Conferences and Messianic recordings.

Three “mission partners” cannot be publicly identified because of the sensitive nature of their ministries.