Missions - Local and Foreign


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General Philosophy
    Peace Presbyterian Church exists to nurture all God's children as they discover, celebrate, and share the power of God's love.  We will minister to the weak, wounded, and without, bringing Christ to the lost and making them His disciples.
Backpack Program
    The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan sponsors a program to provide low income children a backpack full of packaged food stuffs for the weekend. For $100 the Food Bank can provide food for one child for a full school year.

Peace sponsors two schools in Swartz Creek and has organized community support to sponsor additional schools in the future.

Don & Martha Regier
    The Regiersís primary ministry is serving as missionary staff in the international department of Word of Life Press Ministries, Japanís largest Christian publishing, retailing and distributing ministry. He handles English communication with foreign missionaries, publishers, authors, composers, distributors and anyone evangelizing Japanese around the world.
Don creates English catalogs of Japanese books, Bibles, DVDs, music and tracts and conveys that information on the WLPM website. He also handles overseas distribution to North America, writes articles, creates English advertisements, promotes publications projects, and is the consultant for editors of books translated from English.
Marthaís focus in ministry is English and Bible classes offered for Japanese women in their home as well as friendship evangelism. The couple is also involved in evangelism outreach for Asaka Bible Church, working with Pastor Hayashi; music evangelism; and both the TEAM Center guest house committee and the Board of Councilors of Christian Academy in Japan.

Salvation for adult English Bible class students at Asaka Bible Church.
Salvation for ladies in Marthaís classes in their homes. Some have heard the gospel for many years.
Needed financial support.
The power of the Holy Spirit in Don and Martha so that God can use them as His servants to point people to Jesus. Pray they will be spiritually healthy and sensitive to the Spiritís leading.

7-24-7 Shakujii-cho, Nerima-ku, Tokyo 177-0041, Japan
Chris & Debbie Gibson
    Pastoral care is a natural fit for Chris & Debbie as they readily come alongside everyone they meet, bringing a cup of cool water for the soul. They have not retired from the pastorate butóafter many fruitful years in pastoral ministry are finally living their original vision and calling: to join and encourage Christian leaders involved in cross-cultural ministry through soul care.
Chris has both a masterís degree in divinity and counseling, years of extensive experience on a church staff, and served as senior pastor for 10 years.
A decade ago Chris left his pastorate in the States when he and his wife felt the Lord calling them to use Chrisís counseling skills to help missionaries stay healthy, effective, and on the field. Living in Budapest, Hungary, they provide biblical counseling, mental health services and pastoral care to missionaries and their families from Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East. Chris also provides leadership development and pastoral care for nationals. Debbie assists him through her gifts of hospitality, administration, and intercessory prayer at the beautiful Budapest Garden House, a tranquil place of rest and revitalization for Christian servants in need of renewal.
The Gibsons are grateful they can use their skills and the Budapest Garden House to serve Christians on the front line. Time spent with Chris and Debbie has given Christís servants protection, perspective, and practical tools to face struggles.

For wisdom and guidance with ongoing counseling to missionaries and their families, several coming from distant places.
For the Lord to bless several weekend retreats at the Budapest Garden House, especially the one for women and one for evangelist teachers in European schools.
For two situations involving missionary families with young children facing difficult issues which require the Gibsons to travel to where the missionaries serve.

H-2051 Biatorbagy, Nagy u. 28, Hungary
Paul & Charlotte Mpindi
    Support for Missionaries in Africa and HaitiDr. Paul Mpindi was a featured speaker at the 2012 EPC General Assembly.

A native of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rev. Mpindi became a Christian at the age of 15. Sensing a call to ministry, he received initial training at the seminary in Bangui, Central African Republic. He attended Calvin Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he realized the power of the media for shaping people's lives. Rev. Mpindi joined Back to God Ministries International in 1999. Today he broadcasts the Gospel to French-speaking people around the world, writes books for pastors, and oversees the follow-up work of staff and volunteers in Africa, Europe and Haiti. Paul's wife, Charlotte is also involved in the ministry, recording messages specifically for women. The Mpindis have three sons.









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