Darren and Sherilyn Sweeney
Darren and Sherilyn and their family have been part of Dungeness Community Church since 2010. They joined One Mission Society in 2015. After living in Mozambique, Africa for one year, Darren now serves as the Global Training Manager with OMS’ human trafficking prevention ministry, HOPE61. Both Darren and Sherilyn are passionate about people finding freedom and Hope in Jesus Christ. Read more about the Sweeney's ministry by clicking here.
Larry and Susan Weil
Larry and Susan Weil have been missionaries with One Mission Society in Mozambique since 1996. Their main ministry emphasis has been focused with Christian Academy in Mozambique, a Christian International School. Susan has served as the school director for 13 years and Larry has been the mission treasurer and administrator for over 20 years. They are both 1980 graduates of Seattle Pacific University. Read more about the Weil's ministry by clicking here.
Doug and Roberta Moore
Doug and Roberta Moore are the founders of River of Life Humanitarian Foundation. River of Life is accredited and licensed by the Romanian government as a provider of social services. They have served in Romania since 1998, with the primary purpose of helping the most vulnerable segments of that society: at-risk pregnant women and their children, needy elderly, and abandoned children.
They do this by sharing the gospel in very tangible ways that they pray will lead to saving faith, genuine heart transformation and changed lives. The Moores have adopted five Romanian children ages 2-14. Read more about the Moore's ministry by clicking here.
Daniel and Debbie Watters
Daniel works with SIL Global Marketing and Communications, specifically with their organizational leaders around the world (often in hostile settings), helping them to communicate in appropriate ways about the work of SIL. He also serves as a Board Director for Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Debbie works as a SIL ESL(English as a Second Language) teacher and with SIL staff and partners around the world for whom English is not their first language, in order for them to work and communicate with colleagues within SIL, Wycliffe and beyond. Read more about the Watter's ministry by clicking here.
Chelsea works as the Asia program manager for A Family For Every Orphan, a Christian non-profit that works to mobilize and catalyze domestic adoption, foster care and ethical orphan care. She also runs a marketplace that sources fair trade goods from all over the world to also support adoption efforts in India as well as create and sustains jobs for mamas in India, Ethiopia, Uganda, Cambodia, China and Guatemala. Read more about the Chelsea's ministry by clicking here.
Bob and Kelly Peckham
Bob and Kelly served in Asia for many years in evangelism, discipleship and church planting. Now, as US Director of Frontiers, Bob has the honor of leading a ministry whose sole purpose is the fulfillment of the Great Commission among all peoples.
Frontiers’ long-term teams serve in 50 nations, proclaiming the Good News, discipling new believers, training leaders with simple Bible study methods, and catalyzing multiplying house churches. We are always searching for the places where the Gospel is not being proclaimed so we can fill that gap. It is Bob’s joy to lead Frontiers’ US efforts of calling, training, and sending this new generation to the frontiers. Read more about the Peckham's ministry by visting FrontiersUSA.org