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We believe that God calls every Christian to be involved in His great enterprise of bringing the gospel to “the end of the earth” (Matthew 28:19; Acts 1:8). We can pray, give, or go. We believe the most urgent need in missions is to bring the gospel to those who have yet to have the opportunity to hear about Jesus. We also believe that the best way for people in any given place to come to know Christ is through the ministry of local churches, and thus we are committed to church-planting in various “hard” places around the world. Our desire as a church body is to partner in meaningful, encouraging ways with the missionaries we support around the world.

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Missionaries we support

Indigenous Turkana, Kenya Missionary-Pastors

Turkana County, NW Kenya

Through the mission of Share International, we fully support four native Turkana pastors, as they plant churches in villages in the remote, desert region of Kenya. Before God used the ministry of Share International, this tribe – the Turkana -- of about one million people, was largely unreached, that is, never even having heard the name of Jesus. Through Share about 450 churches have now been planted. Galena Bible Church has sent many teams to help in this church-planting effort (the photo was from one of those short-term mission trips).


India Rural Evangelical Fellowship


IREF is an evangelical development organization working in the rural villages of South India. IREF operates orphanages housing over 2,000 children. IREF also sponsors over 200 evangelists in rural areas, three of which Galena Bible Church supports directly.

Sam & Alejandra Killins


Sam is a church-planter serving under Christian Missions in Many Lands (CMML), particularly reaching youth and Venezuelan immigrants in unconventional contexts and mobilizing them for compassionate gospel ministry in Bogota and Cúcuta, Colombia.


Roger and Lynn Hamilton

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Navigators reaches out to young people on college campuses, military bases, downtown offices, urban neighborhoods, prisons, and youth camps. Roger's responsibility is to train Navigator staff in fund-raising and development. He also travels internationally supporting work in other countries.

Scott and Jess Grote

Burlington, NC, United States

Scott is the director of aircraft maintenance and responsible for the preparation, maintenance, and inspection of all MAG aircraft whether here in the US or oversees.

Jim and Nan Green

Saint Cloud, FL, United States

Jim and Nan Green have worked with CRU/Jesus Film since 1962. They worked with students & in national leadership in the US for 13 years. In 1975 they went to Africa for 14 years, working continentally and living in Kenya, (one year in France to study French), Zaire & Mali. They helped to pioneer CRU in French speaking Africa. 

Since 1997 they have worked with the Jesus Film Project, leading the project for 7+ years. Jim served as executive producer for several films, the Jesus Film App and co-founded the Visual Story Network. Now living in Colorado they continue working on new films, evangelism, mentoring, global partnering/networking and praying for God's Kingdom. Jim is Ginny Neece's brother.

Memduh & Suna Uysal

Cologne, Germany

Memduh and Suna work in radio and chat room ministries working to reach out to the Turkish speaking Muslims around the world. They help direct seekers to churches and give answers to those who are searching. The radio and chat room ministry is a great way to reach those who have never heard the Gospel. The chat room is a safe place for Muslim to voice their questions.