Kurt works with the National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) and their Reconciliation and Unification Department. The NCCK maintains a relationship with our partner in North Korea, the Korean Christian Federation (KCF), while conducting advocacy in Korea and around the world for a peaceful
Cheryl collaborates with the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Education Department and the education departments of the five CCAP synods – three in Malawi, one in Zambia and one in Zimbabwe – to improve the quality of primary school education in the many schools under the CCAP umbrella.
Jim serves with the Evangelical Church in the Republic of Niger (EERN) and the Presbyterian Church of South Sudan (PCOSS) to ensure sustainability for clean water and sanitation at both community and user levels. He works with the church in being a strong participant in the rural development of
Josh implements the regional strategy and facilitates support for the relationships, programs and activities of PC(USA) partners in Ghana, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria and Togo. He also mentors and encourages PC(USA) mission personnel and helps connect partner churches with PC(USA) congregations that
Living Waters for the World is a PCUSA ministry started in 1993 and dedicated to providing and maintaining good quality drinking water as well as the “Living Water of Christ” to communities around the world where this water is unavailable. Many health issues in these undeveloped countries are
Mark and Jenny serve with the Latin American Biblical University (UBL), an ecumenical university located in San Jose, Costa Rica, founded in 1923. Mark and Jenny provide support and expertise to strengthen UBL’s commitment to environmental sustainability and to integrate sustainability into
Evangelical Church of Niger is engaging in several regions of Niger including Tahoua, Diffa & Dosso. The church’s strategy in the country which has a population that is 99% Muslim, includes sending small teams to villages in order to witness to their faith. Currently, this is done through the