Cinnaminson Baptist Church supports eighteen missionaries or missions organizations in the United States and abroad. We believe the great commision that Christ gave when He said, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation" (Mark 16:15)
Listed below is our missionary family and a short description of their ministry for the Lord
Leon & Lorraine Dillinger
CrossWorld Papua, Indonesia
The Dillingers went to Papua more than 50 years ago to reach the
Dani tribal people. After sharing the gospel with them, and their response of faith, churches
were established. The Dillinger's ministry involves disciplining leaders among the Dani, and writing and publishing Bible study materials in the Dani language.
Haluwasa Christian Camp & Outdoor Center
After WWII Charlie Ashman had a vision to reach young people with
the gospel through a camping ministry. In 1955 Camp Haluwasa (from HAle-LUja-What-A-SAvior) opened and has been a vital ministry to bring the gospel to children and teens through camping
ever since. It has expanded to provide a venue for a variety of ministries involving the outdoors.
Jubilee Music Enrichment
Rachel Merrill works with Camden's at-risk children to freely teach them music, values, and
the Word of God. Her ministry not only gets the children hooked on music and their own talents, but it is also rescuing them from the grip of inner-city evils and from the devil as they place their
faith in Christ.
Rev. Mel Floyd retired from the Philadelphia Police Force in 1968 to address the real cause of inner-city violence. For more than 45 years, he has been sharing the gospel primarily through street meetings. Now, he and his son-in-law, Daniel Sawyer train others to evangelize the lost in Philadelphia through the "Mel Floyd School f Evangelism."
Sasha Yuchkovski - Churchville, PA
A native of Russian, himself, Sasha and his brother Vitali are based in the United States, but minister to Russians through their missions trips that they make several times a year. Their ministry also supports over 40 indigenous Russians who minister in their own country. They evangelize the lost through visits to prisons, soup kitchens, hospitals, hospices, orphanages, schools and sponsor a rehab and camp ministry. They also reach hundreds of children through their Christmas and Easter holiday programs.
The Saints Prison MInistry
For more than 25 years, this ministry reaches lost souls in prison through a unique method. Teams of amateur Christian athletes form softball, basketball, and volleyball teams and visit prisons around the country to play against prison teams. This gives them the opportunity to share the gospel with those who might never go to a chapel service. Thousands have been saved though this ministry. Those who make a decision for Christ are also given the opportunity for follow-up discipleship. They take Hebrews 13:3 literaly: "Remember the prisoners, as though in prison with them..."
Mitch & Jan Triestman
The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry -Coatesville, PA
As born again Jews, the Triestmans seek to make relationships with fellow Jews so that they might bring them to faith in the Messiah, Jesus Christ. Among their varied ministries, they visit local synagogues, keep up a constant witness to Jewish neighbors and shopkeepers, and hold home-based Bible studies. They run holiday outreach meetings several times throughout the year to explain Purim, Hanukah, and Passover. Mitch also speaks at various prophecy conferences and churches. He has also served as adjunct professor at the Institute for Jewish Studies. If that's not enough, they also teach other Christians how to evangelize Jewish people.
Across Nations (Formerly Western Indian Ministries)
Window Rock, AZ
For more than 75 years, WIM has been bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ to the native Navajo peoples in Arizona and New Mexico. They help these Native Americans through a church, a Christian school and their own radio stations that broadcast gospel preaching, music and encouragement 24/7.
The Whosoever Gospel Mission & Rescue Home
The Whosoever Gospel Mission has been providing shelter, food, clothing, education, counseling, rehabilitation and other assistance to homeless and/or needy men, women and children in the Philadelphia metropolitan area since 1892. Besides providing a free bed and food for up to 60 men, they also provide the Bread of Life: Jesus! They exist to help the homless and needy frind the transforming grace and power of the Lord Jesus Christ in every area of their lives. Besides the shelter, they sponsor educational classes, Overcomers drug and alcohol support groups, personal counseling, after school Bible clubs for kids, and a thrift shop ministry that ministers to those in their local community and helps to support the ministry.
Zaporozhye Bible College & Seminary
After the fall of the Soviet Union, when Ukraine became a sovereign nation with newfound
freedom of religion, the Ukrainian Baptists partnered with Greater Europe Mission to provide a Bible college to train Ukrainian believers for ministry and church planting. Since 1994, American
pastors and Bible teachers have traveled to Ukraine to teach Bible, doctrine, ministry, and music classes to aspiring ministers. Hundreds have been trained. The school has grown and been accredited
as a college and seminary. The school has planted many churches and conducted evangelism in prisons, hospitals, schools and camps. They send missionaries to other countries. They recently finished
the construction of their own building. Vladimir Degtyaryov, a graduate of the ZBC&S himself, is now the president of the school and most of the classes are now taught by indigenous
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