Missions in the United States

Gordon Anaple: Young Life

anaple-2018-web.JPGGordon serves with Young Life as Alumni & Friends Advancement Coordinator.  As a "Global Campaign Director at Large," he helps alumni reconnect meaningfully and joyfully.  Gordon's efforts range from their camp in Armenia, to leadership development in the Congo, to several efforts locally. ganaple@sc.younglife.org

 

 

Jim Hatch: Mission to North America

j.hatch-15Jim serves with Mission to North America, investing in seminary students around the country and couples wrestling with their calling. He encourages them to consider outward-faced ministries and church planting. Jim also helps train church planting apprentices and church planters. He and his wife, Jan, lead a small group in their home. jhatch@pcanet.org

 

Sarah & Doug Haus:  Serge - Member Care

haus-14Sarah is currently working state-side with Serge in their Member Care division. Her role includes the assessing and orienting new missionaries and providing logistical, relational, and mental health support for missionaries and teams both on and off the field. Sarah is married to Doug.  shaus@whm.org

 

 

Malorie Nealis: Cru - The Ohio State University

nealis-2018-web.JPGMalorie is involved in discipling student leaders on the OSU campus and building them up in their faith.  She is also helping to launch a new movement at Columbus State University College by starting conversations to introduce more and more students on campus to Jesus. malorie.nealis@cru.org

 

 

Scott & Kathy Rosenow: The Shepherd's Crrok Orphan Ministry

rosenow-2018-web.JPGThe Shepherd's Crook identifies special-needs and hard-to-place oprhans throughout the world and matches them with families.  TSC supports waiting children through prayer and provision of supplies, plus financial support and encouragement to adoptive families througout the United States and beyond. scottandkathy@theshepherdscrook.org

 

 

Brandon & Cari Schneider: Cru - FamilyLife

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Brandon and Cari serve as Ministry Representatives with FamilyLife/Cru.  They connect, equip and train leaders to effectively reach and promote godly marriages and families; changing the world one home at a time. schneibo@gmail.com

 

 

 

Mike & Donna Sigfrids - Athletes in Action

sigrids-2018-web.JPGMike and Donna have served 43 years with the Sports Team Ministry of Athletes In Action. Their mission is to communicate the gospel through basketball both to the collegiate athlete and coach in the USA and to work alongside the AIA European staff to reach athletes and coaches in their respective countries.  mike.sigfrids@athletesinaction.org

 

 

Annie Sostok: Campus Outreach - University of Cincinnati

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Annie is on staff with Campus Outreach, which is pioneering a new team a the University of Cincinnati.  Campus Outreach seeks to reach the unreachded student leaders mobilize students into a local church, and be part of an intentional cross-cultural racial reconciliation and community.

 

 

Aaron & Meg Wilson: Campus Outreach - Northern Kentucky University

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Aaron and Meg serve with Campus Outreach at Northern Kentucky University.  Aaron is the campus director and Meg leads the women's ministry.  They evangelize to the lost, and disciple students in hopes that they will walk with God forever and commit themselves to the local church.

 

 

 

Local Missionary Agencies Supported by NCCC

City Gospel Mission

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City Gospel Mission helps the homeless break the cycle of poverty.  They equip thoe in need with the spiritual, emotional, and physical skills to acheive long-term life change and self-sufficiency.  Their programs are centered on personal relationships focused in four key areas: food & shelter, recovery, at-risk youth, and job readiness & placement. www.citygospelmission.org

 

 

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati

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Interfaith Hospitality Network provides homeless families emergency shelter and hospitality through interfaith communities, working with these families to find and retain stable housing.  IHN is unlike any other shelter in the city of Cincinnati, not only serving homeless families but also uniting people of varied religious denominations in this shared effort. www.ihnwc.org