Eddie Arold - Thailand

Eddie Arold was born on March 9, 1977.  He was raised Catholic through his younger years, and through a series of events, he received Christ when he was 21 years old.  He began praying about what Bible College to go to and finally settled on Hyles-Anderson.  He graduated in 2005.

Eddie and Sindy met at Hyles-Anderson.  Due to the fact that they are from different countries, they used a computerized translator on their first date to communicate.  They were married one week after graduation.

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Philip Bassham - Thailand

Though Bro. Phillip was raised in a Christian home, it wasn’t until he went to a youth camp at age 15 that he understood his sin, realized his need of a Savior and put his faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation.  As he read his Bible and began to grow, it quickly became clear that He wanted him in full-time Christian service.  In Bible college the Lord slowly worked in his life to direct his attention to the mission field more and more.  When he graduated, he was able to spend 6 months in Peru before helping to start Vision Baptist Church.  Every step of the way, He has been preparing him for the ministry He has now called him and his wife, Lori, to in Thailand.

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Andrew Brown - South Korea


Andrew Brown and his wife are on the field in South Korea! They are excited to be learning the language and reaching the South Korean people of Busan. 

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Genesis Caranguian - Phillipines

Genesis Caranguian is a Filipino national missionary. After studying at Marietta Bible College in Ohio, he joined with the work that Independent Baptist Missions for Asians is doing out of Marietta. Their primary mission is to help win souls and establish indigenous New Testament Baptist churches in the continent of Asia through local churches. Genesis and his wife, Jenny, are fulfilling God's call on their lives in the Gamu, Isabela area of the Philippines. 

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Larry Caranguian - Phillipines

Larry & Magdalene Caranguian have been faithful missionaries for many years. They have also raised a family that has a burden for missions as evidenced by their son Genesis Caranguian following in his father's footsteps there in the Philippines. Pray for the work God has given the Caranguians in Santiago, Philippines.

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Rizaldy Corpuz - Phillipines

Rizaldy Corpuz is a Filipino national missionary. After going to Bible college in Laoag City in the Philippines, he is now working with Independent Baptist Missions for Asians. Their primary mission is to help win souls and establish indigenous New Testament Baptist churches in the continent of Asia through local churches. Rizaldy and his wife, Annabelle, are fulfilling God's call on their lives in the Tuguegarao City, Cagayan area of the Philippines. 

Mark Cruz - Phillipines

FBC Kenmore had the opportunity to meet Bro. Cruz at our 2016 Missions Conference! We are excited for the work that the Cruz's will be doing in the Phillipines! Bro. Mark Cruz will be starting a church in Tagaytay City in the Philippines. Along with soul winning, teaching and preaching, they also plan to start more churches in neighboring countries.

DOUG MARCO - Phillipines


Bro. Marco pastors an Independant, Fundamental Baptist Church located in Talisay City on the island of Negros Occidental in the Philippines. The Faith Baptist Church was started by Doug Marco Jr. on January 4th, 2015. Since that day, God has blessed immensely. Faith Baptist Church has started two extension churches, a Bible College, Christian School and is now working on starting a children's home. Just three months after starting their church, God provided them with the opportunity to buy a 600 sq. meter lot. Currently they are constructing three buildings on this property. On September 20th, 2015 they held our first service in their new auditorium with 137 in attendance. God sure has been good to their little church.

Read Bro. Marco's prayer letters→


We support multiple missionaries that we will not feature on this page due to the sensitive area of the world where they serve. We ask that you pray for a little bit extra for these unnamed but equally brave people serving in countries that are closed to public missions.