Missions We Support
The Lord has blessed us with believers all over the world whom we have had the pleasure to partner with and support!
Mission to India
In 1993, we began working with churches, schools and a children’s home in India. Bishop Stephen Vattappara of the Anglican Church of South India, Dr. Samuel Buraga and the Bharat Bible College & Seminary, and Bishop Puthett of the children’s home have welcomed and embraced many friends and members of Cub Hill over the years. Rev. Dekker and his wife Nita spent countless weeks and months ministering to the people of India and we still regularly send them support. You can join us in this effort by contacting us at:
2927 Cub Hill RoadBaltimore, MD 21234
Mission to Moloka’i, Hawaii
Rev. Randy and Mrs. Louise Manley were called to the small island of Moloka’i, Hawaii to take over the pastoral position at the Moloka’i Baptist Church & Christian Academy in 1994. They are supported only by faithful pledges from churches and friends across the United States. In addition to the church, they lead summer camps, retreats and seminars, host men and women’s ministries, a sports ministry and short-term mission teams each summer. The Manley Ohana (that’s “family” in Hawaiian) can be reached at:
Rev. and Mrs. Randy ManleyBox 53, Ho’olehuaMoloka’i, HI 96729Phone: (808) 567-9294
The Independent Board for
The Independent Board for Presbyterian Foreign Missions sends men and women all over the globe to be the hands and feet of Jesus to a world that is hurting and needs the Comfort only our Savior can give. We support the Independent Board as a whole, but have had closer contact with those in Kenya, Chile and Guatamala. They can be supported as an entire organization and can be reached at:
The Independent Board for Presbyterian Foreign Missions246 West Walnut LanePhiladelphia, PA 19144Phone: (215) 438-0511Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presbyterian Foreign Missions
Mission to Africa
An example of some of the specific work we support is done through Rev. Gary and Mrs. Pat Johnson. They are medical missionaries to the people of Kenya, East Africa. They had a vision to provide medical care along with the Gospel and as the medical world as we know it is not readily available to the people of Kenya they answered the call! A local pastor invited the Johnsons to come to Isovya and donated land for a clinic.
The first “Clinics of Care” was built with the help of the local church and a summer missions team in 1995. Since opening, “Clinics of Care” has served as many as 70 patients a day. They offer well-baby clinics and classes for mothers on nutrition and hygiene, in an effort to provide the very best possible opportunities for children to survive infancy and childhood. Their staff includes short- and long-term missionaries with various medical skills, as well as some local volunteers.