Nate Belkstrom – United States and Belarus
Pastor Nate serves as Pastor to Living Word Church in Minnesota as well as an author of books about connecting your Christian beliefs and your public workplace. In 1995, he started the ministry ‘Victory In The Workplace’ taking him throughout the United States and to Eastern Europe.
Hi, I’m Pastor Shelli Sisk and I have been taking Mission trips as an outreach of Harvestpoint Church since 2006. Between 2006 and 2018, I have had the privilege of ministering in Latvia, twice in Singapore, and 12 times in Ghana. From 2012-2016, the majority of my focus was in the Bible Schools. In 2017 and 2018 a door was opened up for me to go to Rhema in Singapore. It is such a rewarding ministry…being able to sow into their lives! Pastor Gary and Shelli were members of our church early on. After attending Rhema Bible College they returned to the area and planted a church in the community of Delavan WI.
Rev David & Deanna Hoblit – United States
Pastor Dave and Deanna started Believers Faith Fellowship in 1983 after God called them to the Rock County region. After nearly 25 years of ministry, they felt God move them to a new spot in their lives and pickup a call that had been stirring for many years prior. In 2006, they retired from full time senior pastor at Harvesters Church and relocated to southern Missouri. Pastor David has shared at many local churches in the area and continues to follow God’s leading to wherever it may go.
Rick & Denise have been serving in ministry for over 30 years. For more than a decade they have been ministering in the former USSR, Moscow. The ministry is continuing to grow and is now turned into a full family ministry with the help of their 3 sons and their families.
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