By: Mary Larson, Converge missionary
When I travel to New York City, I look forward to seeing the Manhattan skyline, especially from the Whitestone Bridge. It is remarkable to see the skyscrapers rising up in a majestic formation; a formation certainly differing from natural,...Read More »
Rick and Carol Stark (pictured above), Converge missionaries in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the past 15 years, returned to the U.S. May 1 for a final home assignment. They are visiting supporting churches and individuals prior to their September 30 retirement.
Nigeria missionary Dorothy...Read More »
A team of six people, ages 59-81, returned home last week after participating in a dynamic a short-term mission experience in Sweden and Estonia. Led by Richard and Leona Bergstrom, this team was a part of the first “Re-Ignite Global Encounter” and was sponsored by...Read More »
Above: Dick and Eleanor with missionary Joyce Watts and some of the children of Pastor Edmond Martinez who worked with Dick for many years in the radio ministry and as an associate pastor.
Sons Dan and Paul Varberg joined retired Converge missionaries Dick and Eleanor Varberg in...Read More »
By a Converge worker in Bangkok
Early Monday morning (May 20), martial law was declared in Thailand. Eighteen times since 1932 a coup has been attempted―some succeed, some fail―in Thailand. The Thai military insists this is not a coup but simply an opportunity for all protesters...Read More »
Glenn and Susan Herschberger report that LifeBridge Church, Panama City, Panama, held its fifth baptism gathering yesterday, with seven taking this step of discipleship. "We had a huge turnout (17 people) in our last LifeGroup," Glenn also reported. "We love how these people are hungry to grow...Read More »
Numerous Converge Orlando staff participated in training nine Converge missionaries in ministry partner development April 23-25 at the Converge Orlando office. Participants were Andrew and Jesica Coalwell (Japan), Austin Kidd (Argentina), Ashraf and Nivin I. (USA diaspora ministries), Steve and...Read More »
Converge missionaries Cirilo and Dory Doguiles are planning to start S2 centers in three districts in the Philippines.
The S2 program is designed to start and strengthen churches. Cirilo hopes eventually to establish S2 centers in all 14 Filippino districts. He...Read More »
Wilondja and Shirley Masongezi have been Converge missionaries in Cameroon since September 2013. Their vision has always been to plant a cluster of churches in the central and northwest regions of Cameroon, reaching out to Muslims.
Most recently, they have...Read More »