As part of the Christian & Missionary Alliance, we are an Acts 1:8 family passionate about bringing the good news about Jesus to our neighbors and around the world. Meet some of our partners around the globe.
Bonnie (Lynch) Oberg grew up at MLAC and even as a young child dreamed of becoming a missionary. Kevin and Bonnie served in Burkina Faso, West Africa for many years sharing The Gospel with many of the unreached villages in their area. They now serve in the African Regional Office of C&MA.
Debbie Vik is a C&MA international worker in Thailand.
The Dunagan family are regular attenders at MLAC. Josh and Anna started a missions organization called Gospel Projects International (GPI) in 2011 and opened the Aasha Orphanage in southeast India. They frequently travel from their home in Moses Lake to India and to Nepal where GPI is building a second orphanage.
Jon and Anja Erickson are CAMA Global Partners who work in Guinea.
Caleb and Erin Kohl are stationed in Germany. Freischwimmer, in partnership with German ecclesiastical leaders, is a church plant that lives out its mission to “be there for others” through creative Lego-brunches, home groups, and Sunday worship services. Alliance workers are also pushing ministry forward in northeast Germany.
Aaron is a pilot and mechanic with Mission Aviation Fellowship. The Kramer family is currently living in Post Falls, ID.
Scott and his wife, Natalie, started the Family Empowerment Centers more than 14 years ago. They have been hosting teams for the C&MA for more than 10 years and continue to pour into the students and interns that come on trips to serve at Envision Chicago. They have a heart of compassion for the under resourced and have developed a ministry model that is diverse, compassionate, intentional, and Christ centered.
We partner with a number of other workers in creative access countries.