Supported Missionaries (A- G)

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Dennis and Julie Anderson
Global Compassion Network
Domestic Disaster Relief Directors
based in Albert City, Iowa

Dennis was Youth Pastor at Evangel from 1994-2002, then served in churches in Minnesota and Iowa before associating the Global Compassion Network in 2011. Dennis and Julie serve as Directors of Domestic Disaster Relief.
Supported since 2012

Troy and Heather Cady
Christian Associates International
Church Planting and Leadership Development
based in Chicago, Illinois
Websites: Christian AssociatesTroy's blog, "t(r)oymarbles"
Troy's ministry, "PlayFull"FacebookE-mail

Troy was Youth Pastor at Evangel before he and Heather went to serve as church planters in Spain under Christian Associates. Because of family needs, they returned to the United States, where they are engaged in church planting and leadership development.
Supported since 2000

Eric and Nicki Curtiss
Christian Associates International
Chief Operating Officer
Monument, Colorado

Eric is our first second-generation Evangel missionary. His parents, Lee and Devere, recently retired from service in Austria with Greater Europe Mission. Eric spent time at Evangel when the family was on furlough, based in their home in Carol Stream. We are excited to see Eric's background on the mission field and his business experience put to use in his new leadership position at CA.
Support began January 2014

Ed and Mary Fox
CTEN (Commission to Every Nation)
Bible Translation
Website • Email (use the contact form on the website)

Ed attended Evangel as a Wheaton student and is the nephew of former long-time Evangel member Grace Anderson Elwell. Ed and Mary began with Wycliffe Bible Translators, then when that work closed, were able to continue their work of Bible translation in Guatemala under other agencies.
Supported since 1983

David and Carmen Gunderson
World Relief
Somali adult literacy training
Minneapolis area

David and his brother Bill grew up in Evangel, where their parents, Bob and Ruth, were long-time members. David and Carmen served in Niger with SIM before returning to ministry in the United States. They adopted Nadia before relocating to Minnesota, where they become involved with World Relief's work among a large number of Somali refugees in that area.
Supported since 2006

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