NEBRASKA FAMILY ALLIANCE
Nebraska Family Alliance (NFA) is a non-profit policy, research, and education organization that advocates for marriage, the family, life, and religious freedom representing a diverse, statewide network of thousands of individuals, families, and faith leaders. Karen Bowling is the Executive Director.
Nebraska Family Alliance
1106 E Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
Text “PRAYNFA" to (402) 383-5433 to join their texting network for urgent prayer requests.
RICK AND BETTY ASCHMANN
Rick and Betty serve the Quichua Indians of Ecuador through Mission to the World (PCA). Rick’s ministry focuses on leadership training, literature production, Bible translation, and church planting in the Quichua Indian language. Rick has been in missions since 1981 and Betty since 1992. They have a newsletter, Aschmann Action, that you can subscribe to for updates on their ministry.
RAY AND MICHELE CALL
Ray and Michele Call are serving through Mission to the World (PCA) in Belize. Ray is an ordained minister in the PCA and serves in pastoral ministry, evangelism, and church planting/revitalization. Currently, Ray works in partnership with the Presbyterian Church in Belize, a denomination committed to the Word of God and with reaching people in Belize with the message of Jesus Christ. They have a blog and a monthly newsletter. Ray and Michele have eight children.
Ray & Michele Call
c/o Mission to the World
1600 N. Brown Rd.
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Phone: (714) 916-5149
Email: [email protected]
TIM & KRISTY HOLLIDAY
Tim and Kristy Holliday serve through Mission to the World (PCA) and Isaiah 55 Ministries at the U.S./Mexico border. They work to spread the gospel through evangelism, church planting, and community development ministries. With Isaiah 55 in Reynosa, Tim uses his skills in computers and technology to serve both the administrative side of the mission and also to offer those skills in vocational ministry among deaf students and the neighborhood community. Kristy uses her background in ESL to serve in the community around the Isaiah 55 ministries. Tim and Kristy have five children, Kailah, James, Susannah, Lydia, and Sarah.
REFORMED UNIVERSITY MINISTRIES
Reformed University Ministries (RUF) seeks to reach UNL Students for Christ and equip them to serve His church. Students will see large group meetings for teaching, worship, and fellowship; small group Bible studies for connecting and deeper study; one-on-one meetings with the campus minister, campus staff, interns, or student leadership; conferences both regionally and nationally; and service opportunities for reaching out to those in need. Thomas Kuhn is the Campus Minister and has just recently joined RUF at UNL but has been involved with RUF through his college years and as a RUF intern. Jason Hawkins serves as the Campus Ministry Assistant and has been a part of RUF since July of 2019.
TIM AND ALETHA SALCEDO
Tim and Aletha are currently serving through Village Missions in Kittredge, Colorado, a small community west of Denver. They, and the church members they serve with, seek to provide the community with a voice of hope and love for those without Christ. We are proud to have been their church home here in Grand Island before being involved in ministry. Tim has been pastor Kittredge Community Bible Church since December 2014. They have three children and a daughter-in-law, Jayme & Morgan, Breana, and David, and one grandchild, Lauren. The Salcedos have a newsletter for updates to their ministry.
Tim & Aletha Salcedo
PO Box 1198
Kittredge, CO 80457
Personal website: missionarypastor.com
ISAAC AND ANNE HOTZ
Isaac and Anne Hotz are family practice physicians serving at Hospital Loma de Luz in Honduras since January of 2015. It is a full-service, Christian missionary hospital that sees about 25,000 patients a year and does about 1,200 surgical procedures. It provides emergency, outpatient, inpatient, obstetrics, and surgical services to the greater Honduran community. In addition, they have a wound clinic, physical therapy, radiology, optometry clinic, laboratory, and pharmacy. The gospel of Christ is communicated to every patient of the hospital. Isaac and Anne receive their financial support through Christian Health Services. Isaac is originally from Grand Island and is a former member of our church. Isaac and Anne have three children, Josiah, Madi, and Gideon.
MISSION TO NORTH AMERICA DISASTER RELIEF
Our church has made an annual effort to support Mission to North America (PCA) in its disaster relief efforts. Their ministry responds to help people who have been displaced from their homes by human or natural disasters. We have been donating 144 hygiene kits per year consisting of various necessary items that the congregation purchases or funds, assembles, and ships. Our church prays both for the service project and for the people in need who will receive the kits.