Nate and Bethany Johnson

Ellie & Maya
Nate and Bethany Johnson are cross cultural workers with World Venture  serving the church in Vienna, Austria. The Johnsons departed for Vienna, Austria on October 7, 2012 to begin language study and ministry.
Nate and Bethany are engaged in ministry with the national church, focusing on church planting, discipleship and teaching. Because seeking God outside of the Catholic church is foreign to many Austrians, Nate and Bethany hope to create a church community that is engaging and relevant, allowing seekers to ask questions and dialogue about faith. The Johnsons also hope to connect with their local community through their shared interest in outdoor activities, including rock climbing, cycling, backpacking and hiking.

Hailey Faull

Hailey Faull left in February 2017 to begin her 3 year journey with Africa Inland Mission. She will be serving in Moroto, Uganda. You can follow her journey on her blog here: “Our Prospect Is Joy”.

Tania Martin

Tania Martin is serving in the Ukraine. She says, “A door has been opened for me to work alongside the local church to help young people become dynamic disciples who embrace their God-given assignments, to teach English as a means to evangelize and to work with orphans.” Read about Tania’s work at Created For A Mission.

Pastor Hung,

his wife Nhan Kim,
and their kids Phuoc (Jacob) and Chau (Cindy). Vietnamese Grace Church in Cleveland

Camp Burton is near and dear to many here at Evangel. People who attended camp as kids and teens are still around to see their grandchildren head up to Burton, OH each summer. The kids and youth also have retreats there during the fall and winter months. You can click on the link below to learn more.

John & Elaine Mehn

John and Elaine Mehn serve as Converge Worldwide missionaries in Japan. Since 1985 they have lived in the world’s largest city: Tokyo. Currently they live in Machida City, a large suburb of Tokyo with nearly 500,000 people. Their home, in addition to their residence, is the headquarters for the Converge Worldwide Japan Mission, the operation center for the JEMA Church Planting Institute (CPI), and a renewal center for women in ministry called The Spring.
John and Elaine’s primary ministry is cross-cultural church planting, direct evangelism and outreach, mobilization and equipping for church planting, leadership development, and spiritual renewal mentoring.
Since the triple disasters of March 33, 2011, John has served as the Disaster Response Director for the Japan Mission supervising over 10 teams to the affected areas.
John and Elaine have two children, Tim and Beth, who are living in northern Illinois.
You can check out the Mehn’s work in Japan at www.gospelrest.com
Erin Hawkins is serving with Campus Crusade (Cru) in North Carolina. Cru works to build relationships with college students, hosts events and Bible Studies, and shares the Gospel with students right on their campus.