Guess what? I'm sitting in the Nairobi, Kenya airport right now!!! It has been 9 months since I have been approved to travel to Africa, and now I'm back to work fully. Friday morning I had my 6 month follow-up with the neurosurgeon, Dr. Tandon. He says that the MRI is Perfect!! EEG is Normal!! … Continue reading Leaving on a jet plane …
The Chinns did not choose to serve in Africa because they are black – they chose Africa because they were called!
This is just a FEW of the currently serving African American Missionaries Sublime and Rachel Mabiala Sublime grew up in the Congo. Rachel was born in Detroit, Michigan. They met at Fuller Theological Seminary when they were both studying Missiology and International Development. Rachel's grandmother prophesied that she would become a missionary when she was … Continue reading Serving Now
Grover and Sharon Cooper serve with Cru. Sharon began serving Campus Crusade for Christ in 1983 at The Ohio State University. She served their one year. She moved to the CCC work at Jackson State University, where Grover was the lead. Grover and Sharon met there and married in May 1987. They served at JSU … Continue reading Grover and Sharon Cooper – South Africa, USA; In Service Now
Josephine Makil was born in 1932 in Colorado. She studied at Otero Community College, An early interest in missions led her to study at Moody Bible College. She practiced Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship at Moody and met her husband, Gaspar Taqueban Makil (from the Philippines), there. In 1959 the couple was assigned as Wycliffe Bible Translators. … Continue reading Josephine Makil – Vietnam, Philippines, USA; served 42 years