"Then Jesus came to them and said, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.'"
-Matt. 28:18-20

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." 
-Acts 1:8

Park Hills Evangelical Free Church embraces these passages as the basis for the church to engage in global evangelism through the selection and support of mission partners and the education and mobilization of the body of Christ to fulfill the Great Commission.
We are honored to partner with these missionaries in the furtherance of the Gospel:

Active Missionaries

Paul and Kathy Baum

Paul and Kathy provide evangelism, discipleship, and church planting ministry in cooperation with the German Free Church denomination. The Baum's minister to over 2.6 million Turkish immigrants living in Germany. They have founded and operate a community center called the Bridge, where they offer a variety of ministries. 

Rocky and Rachel Bliss

Rachel serves as the Associate Directory of Equipping and Communications for GlobalFingerprints. Global Fingerprints is ReachGlobal's child sponsorship program, which ministers to children in 10 countries. She develops new sites, equips current sites, and communicates what God is doing through this program.

Waldemar and Anna Bolkowski

Waldemar and Anna serve with Friends of Israel and live in Poland, where Waldemar preaches and teaches in local fundamental churches, Bible conferences, and special meetings. They also visit St. Petersburg, Russia to share the Gospel with the Jewish community.
James serves as Area Director for Intervarsity in South Central Wisconsin. He trains and equips campus staff and student leaders in reaching their campuses. He seeks to plant new chapters on campuses currently without Intervarsity presence.
Our U.S. workers are actively ministering throughout the states in a variety of venues hosting Bible conferences, prophecy conferences, and speaking in churches about what the Bible says about Israel, the Jewish people, and end-times prophecy. Some are on our college campuses engaging in conversations with students and faculty of all religions while sharing about the eternal change the Messiah has made in their lives. Others are ministering to the Jewish people through volunteering at Jewish museums, nursing homes, and making one-on-one friendships.
Clay and Christie Elliott
Clay serves as Pastoral Ministries Coordinator and Prayer Pastor at Kontaktmission USA. He is in charge of developing 6 different prayer teams, counseling and encouraging missionaries, creating new pastoral ministries, and communicating with the public to get people excited and praying about European missions.
The Freeport Pregnancy Center
The Freeport Pregnancy Center exists to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, to provide practical and emotional assistance to people involved in an unplanned or crisis pregnancy, and to provide "abstinence only" based counseling and workshops for individuals and groups within the community.
Global Fingerprints is the child sponsorship ministry of ReachGlobal. We partner with national churches around the world to send children to school and help care for their physical, spiritual, and emotional needs. Park Hills currently supports three children.
Mike and Becky Harrenstein
Mike is the maintenance director at Camp Forest Springs and is responsible for upkeep on the buildings, program area, grounds, vehicles, camp equipment, and wastewater treatment plant. He is also responsible for making snow on the ski hill and tube runs, and is the lead snowboard instructor.
Southeast Asia National Team: Tono and Pegi; Andri and Ririn
Share International Kenyan National Pastors: Joseph Lotuk, Emmanuel Eripon, Peter Ekuwom, and Nickelby Miramoe
These church planters work in Southeast Asia to minister among unreached Muslim people groups. The team members and their families communicate the Gospel within the cultural worldview of the local people.
Share International, Inc. is a holistic ministry to the unreached people groups in Kenya, South Sudan, India, and beyond. Our trained indigenous missionaries and staff survey, evangelize, and plant churches in remote areas where Christ is not known. Freeport, Galena, and Lena churches support 19 missionaries who have ministered to over 70,000 unreached people in the past year.
Tibor Miklos
Tibor and Marta serve in Budapest, Hungary with the Bartimeus Foundation. They provide outreach to the largely unreached Roma gypsy population, as well as to the blind and disabled by distribution of the Gospel through audio Bibles.
Roy and Darla Oksnevad
The Oksnevads minister to Muslims in the greater Chicago area. They teach and train believers to reach their Muslim neighbors, teach a Bible study for Muslim background believers, and assist in teaching and preaching at a local Arab-speaking church for Middle Easterners.
Ryan and Angie Schick
The Schicks serve with World Gospel Outreach in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Ryan serves as the comptroller for the organization, and Angie is the on-call nurse for WGO. Both Ryan and Angie coordinate, train, plan, and lead the medical brigade teams.
Sophie Vale serves the National School Project as their Communications Coordinator. NSP's ministry works to equip and empower high school students to share the Gospel on their public school campuses across the nation. As Communications Coordinator, she tells the stories of these courageous and faithful students, and of the work the Lord is doing through NSP in Illinois, California, and beyond.
Tom and Karen Virtue
The Virtues work on campus with students in the LA basin, and coach and mentor leaders on several other campuses around the US. They are also a part of Epic Movement, which is a special effort to reach Asian-American students (the ethnic group among college students who are the least involved with church).
Tyler is serving among the unreached of Central Asia where his platform of agriculture development allows him to sow seeds among the unreached. God is opening doors in the Islamic world for the Gospel to go forth.
Works to bring the gospel to unreached tribes in Northeast India and its neighboring countries. FMS acts as a network among existing indigenous ministries in these areas, helping train gospel workers for the field. Many of the areas where FMS operates no longer allow foreign missionaries to preach the gospel. FMS is also involved in mercy ministries which includes an orphanage.