Second Family Missionaries
The following people are members or former members of Second Baptist that have been called to the Mission Field. Please have your classes pray for them or “adopt a missionary” to pray for once a month.
THOMAS & AMY KAY- HARVEST- ROMANIA
Thomas & Amy are equipped with a medical degree and teaching degree but most importantly they are ready to share Jesus with all they come in contact with in the hospitals and neighborhoods. They are very much involved with orphans that are left in hospitals for long periods of time.
STEVE & SHERRI LETCHFORD - KENYA
Steve and Sherri currently work at Kijabe Hospital in Kenya, a ministry of the Africa Inland Church (AIC). Steve is a physician specializing in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and Sherri is a physical therapist. They work with the Kijabe Hospital team to disciple, mentor and train Christian African health care professionals to reach out to others with the gospel through health care. They previously worked at Mukinge Hospital in rural Zambia from 1998 – 2006. They have four children in high school and university.
MARK & SUE NEWTON - KENYA
As a doctor specializing in anesthesiology, Dr. Mark Newton makes this service his life's calling as a medical missionary based in Kenya. He treats patients with diseases like malaria, river blindness and those with injuries like the young boy who lost three fingers while playing with a live grenade. Mark's wife Sue main responsibility is as Mom to their four children. She also finds some time to serve as a physical therapist.
JAMES OILAR- FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES- COLOMBIA
James builds teams of athletes for tournaments in South America in order to share the gospel with them… through Sports evangelism ministries these kids have an opportunity to know Christ.
KIM & TARA DELACRUZ- PHILIPPINES
Kim & Tara are currently serving in Iloilo City, Philippines, in the areas of children's, student, and sports ministries, as well as special projects. Their ministry extends from school campuses to churches and communities. Kim operates a student center on a university campus, coaches college women's softball, and is the Director of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) on the island of Panay. Tara has a degree in social work and handles the administrative aspects of the ministry. They are blessed with two children, both of whom – by God’s design – were born in the Philippines.