World Missions

"Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." Matthew 28:19

Check out the missionaries we support below. Consider how you might come alongside them through prayer or through a financial gift.

David & Hannah Mora

La Lima, Honduras

David and Hannah both grew up in Christian homes and accepted Jesus Christ as Savior at an early age.  After graduating from high school, they both attended a one year Bible program at Word of Life Bible Institute in FL in 2005.  Next, they attended and graduated with Bachelor degrees from Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem, NC. David graduated with a major in Bible, Aviation, and minor in Missions. Hannah graduated with two degrees in Elementary Education from Piedmont and High Point University.  They were married on December 12, 2009. While in the U.S., Hannah worked as an Elementary teacher for 7 years teaching kindergarten, third, and fourth grade. David served as a missionary pilot/mechanic during their time in the U.S. They have enjoyed serving faithfully each year in the local church.

After years of serving in ministry in the U.S. they answered the call to foreign missions and moved to Honduras in January 2016.  They attended Spanish language school in La Ceiba, Honduras.  Their son, Nicholas, was born in La Ceiba on April 5th, 2016.  Ten days later, their family moved to the jungle and served in the village of Rus Rus near the Nicaraguan border.  David and Hannah are now relocating to serve in San Pedro Sula, Honduras with SCORE.  There, they will serve as apprentice missionaries under the guidance of the Hansen family.  The Moras have a heart and passion for evangelism, discipleship, and church planting.

To follow along with what the Lord is doing in La Lima check out the Moras blog at

Kefas & Tina Momoh

Lagos, Nigeria

Kefas met Pastor Gregg and Cathy while they were missionaries in Swansea, Wales. Rededicating his life to the Lord, Kefas was discipled by Pastor Gregg and his heart stirred for ministry. After a few years of living in Wales, the Lord closed the door for Kefas to remain in the UK so he returned to Lagos, Nigeria with the burden for his own people and to start a Calvary Chapel. Not too long after is his move back to Nigeria, Kefas met Tina and they were married. Kefas and Tina now have two young children, Osose (3) and Osehi (1), who's names both mean "dedicated to God". Kefas's heart is to reach the hearts of his people with the good news of the gospel. Tina has a ministry to the women each Wednesday night.

You can download their most recent newsletter here