Berean Memorial Church


The Munns (France)

Jim and Lydia Munn are missionaries to France, supported by Berean Memorial Church.

The Munn's can be reached at the following address:

Jim and Lydia Munn
57-A rue de Stalingrad

Mission address:

10000 N Oak Trafficway
Kansas City MO 64155-2010

: e-mail the Munns


The Turnbows (Russia)

 Jake and Donna Turnbow are missionaries to Russia. Here is their story in their own words.

"Both Donna and I are graduates of Northland Baptist Bible College. We both left very good jobs and went to Bible College. She was a nurse and I was an employee at General Motors for twenty years. I turned 40 my freshman year. This all came about because of our commitment to read the Word of God daily. God brought us to this point of surrender through Bible doctrine. We began asking God what His perfect will was for us and He sent us to Bible college to train for the ministry.

We began praying about the field of Russia when the iron curtain came down in November, 1989. God through His Spirit, Word, circumstances and people directed us to Blagoveschensk, Russia. God gave us the needed support through local churches in two year. My last year of Bible college we worked on deputation part time and then one year after graduation.

We left for the field June, 1995. We continue to stay in Russia through teaching English. Our first term my wife and I taught at the Amur State University. God led in this arrangement for us to establish Bible studies. Through Bible studies over 35 college students and teachers came to know Christ as Savior. The University knew during this time who we were and what we are doing. The university has about three thousand students and this gave us many contacts in which to share the gospel.

Through this outreach we have established a house church with two national ministers. Slava was the first to be saved and baptized. And Dema who is now the elected pastor of the church. He leads and pastors the church. Doing all the teaching except for Sunday school which I teach. We have seen fruit from those that have been saved and also we have seen fruit from our single missionary in China.

God has blessed us with spiritual grand children in less than four years. We serve with The Hyden family and a single missionary Margaret Peckham. As well our daughter continues to teach piano, voice and choir. Donna works with church ladies and has a Bible study with unsaved girls. I work with the national pastor, teach Sunday school, three Bible studies and teach at the high school.

Our sending church is Faith Baptist Church in Pembine, Wisconsin. Our mission board is Baptist World Mission where there are to date over 300 missionaries serving in over 45 countries. Our needs include a continued open door to plant New Testament Baptist churches in our city as well as throughout Russia. We would like to help our new founded church to grow spiritually and reproduce itself. We need to find a building to meet in or purchase property to build a building.

Thanks for your interest.

In His name,

Jake and Donna Turnbow"

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Rio Grande Bible Institute

 George G. Parker represents Rio Grande Bible Institute in south Texas. RGBI has their own web site, so you can check up on their activities and recent events.

One of the large RGBI projects is creation of a Hebrew-Spanish concordance of the Old Testament. If you are interested in progress on this effort, or wish to contribute funds, please contact RGBI directly.

The RGBI mailing address is

4300 S. Business Hwy 281
Edinburg, TX 78539-9699

and they can be reached at



The Peach's (Canada)

 Wesley and Priscilla Peach are missionaries to Canada. They can be reached at the following address:

271, 5e Avenue
Deux-Montagnes QC J7R 3E4

Mission address:

10000 N Oak Trafficway
Kansas City MO 64155-2010

The Clowdus Family (Austria)

From Russ Clowdus,

"I moved to Austria in 1988 as a single and in 1995 married Roswitha, a native Austrian. We have 2 daughters, Magdalena (12) and Johanna (9). Roswitha works part time helping me by doing administrative work with the Baptist children’s and youth ministries in Austria. My primary work falls into 3 categories where the focus is in cultivating ministry teams and supporting young leaders for the purpose of discipleship & evangelism.

• Locally - children & youth ministry in the Mollardgasse Baptist Church.

• Nationally - supporting youth leadership seminars & retreats for the Baptist Children’s & Youth ministry .

• Internationally - motivating the church in leadership training & practical helps to refugees almost all of which are despaired and disillusioned, coming from hard to reach countries)

: e-mail Russ Clowdus

Charles and Bridget Ulibarri - formerly served with Outreach International in Equatorial Guinea, West Central Africa.

Currently they are Serving with Action International Ministries, based in Mountlake Terrace (Seattle), Washington.

Charles is currently working with the ACTION Computer & Technical Services – ACTS, as a Office & Remote Helpdesk Computer Technician. He will also participate in the SCM (Sustainable Church Multiplication) Ministry as time allows. Charles is also finishing his degree with the Moody Bible Institute Distance Learning program

Bridget is working in the ACTION International Office as the International Office Executive Coordinator assisting those in the ACTION International Office as well as the missionaries.

God willing, Charles will take trips with the SCM team several times a year to help train indigenous pastors in reproducible church planting. Once Charles' finishes his degree with Moody, he and Bridget hope to work again oversees.

They have a personal page on ACTION’s website by clicking ACTION Missionary website link >>