Since the commencement of the Free Presbyterian Church, the Lord has been pleased to provide faithful men and women on the mission field.
Rev. Jason Boyle, one of our own seminary grads, now ministers the gospel in Mexico City. He, and his wife Danielle, arrived in Mexico in July 2010 and took language classes for the first year or so. The church was officially planted in January 1, 2012, and commenced with 13 people, including the Boyles. The work continues to grow, with around 50-60 in attendance. At the end of 2017, Jason and Danielle adopted a five-month-old boy, Caleb. Please pray for them, especially as Jason seeks to prepare other men in the church to be able to minister the Word of God.
Rev. Dicanio left Denver in 2007, and spent three years in Kenya teaching in the BCFC Bible college. The following year (2011), the Lord opened the door to Liberia where he has been ever since. Rev. Dicanio has been instrumental in overseeing the practical and spiritual aspects of the work in Monrovia. His presence has enabled the building of a compound, helping the local churches, and undertaking to have a Free Presbyterian radio station aired 18 hours a day across Monrovia and beyond.
Miss Joanne Greer
Miss Joanne Greer, daughter of Rev. John Greer, is a missionary in Monrovia. Her first visit to Liberia was in 2008, and after another three short visits, she arrived for long-term work in March of 2012. Please pray for Joanne as her works with women and children, teaching them the Word of God.
Miloš Solc moved with his father and mother to Toronto, Canada in 1981. He later married Martina, and eventually began working at Whitefield Christian Academy in Toronto. He became increasingly burdened for the desperate spiritual state of his own people in the Czech Republic, and so returned in 2008. Eventually he moved to Liberec, 70 miles north of Prague with a population of 100,000, where Miloš taught English at the University of Liberec. It was here that he began to share his faith with his students. Miloš now holds regular Sunday services, laboring in the Gospel with his wife Martina and five children.
The work in Jamaica began in 1989 as an outreach of the Toronto Free Presbyterian Church of North America, and came under the FPCNA mission board in 2005. There is currently no full time missionary there, however it is overseen by two Jamaican men, Richard Craig and Randy Gunnings. These men grew up in the Sunday school and youth group of the church and now do most of the preaching and pastoral duties. Richard Craig is currently taking classes online with Geneva Reformed Seminary.