Tim and Debbie McIntosh have been serving as missionaries in South America since 1983. Among their many duties, they have chiefly been pastor and church planter; helping to establish the long-standing La Vina del Senor, a church in Lima, Peru. Since 2000, Tim has served as the Area Director for Latin America, coordinating the efforts of all the EFCA-IM missionaries there, as well as overseeing other initiatives such as the Latin America Training Network. Since Tim has taken the leadership position, new mission endeavors have started in Honduras and Columbia.
Peter and Gretchen worshipped with Cornerstone for several years. Today, they minister in Cusco, Peru. Cusco is located in an area where the ancient Incan civilization once reigned. The Becks write: “In a city where God has been forsaken by those who were created for His praise, where broken promises by leaders of the country have left a people in ruin, where the gods of the moon and sun are worshipped, we have had the privilege of proclaiming the Word made flesh.” They are planting a church in Cusco.
Fulaa Lifeline International is a non-profit, non-denominational Christian organization ministering to persecuted Christians, displaced persons and refugees of East Africa particularly Sudan), and refugees in the Washington D.C. Metro Area. Fulaa seeks to meet both immediate, material needs and deeper, spiritual and emotional needs.
Fulaa’s newest and fastest area of growth has been its ministry activity in Africa. Fulaa has used contributions from churches, donor organizations, and individuals to provide direct ministry where the immediate need is greatest in Sudan and in the refugee camps of Sudan’s neighbors to the south, Kenya and Uganda. Fulaa establishes health services, provides medical supplies, sponsors small, self-sustaining farm projects, builds church facilities, awards scholarships for high-school education, and engages in productive relationships with NGO and government bodies.
Fulaa also ministers to African refugees in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. Many efforts continue to assist these refugees with food, clothes, medical supplies, education, encouragement, and counseling.