McBIC Missionaries

Bruce & Merly Bundy

Since 1991, Bruce & Merly Bundy have worked to plant churches for the Brethren in Christ in Madrid, Spain. Bruce serves as senior pastor and team leader at their BIC church, while Merly teaches English as a Second Language in Madrid’s business district. Both are active in leadership training, counseling and diverse pastoral ministries.

Cassel Family

Mike and Lori Cassel have been serving in Mexico as church planting missionaries since June of 2006. In 2015 they sensed a call to leave Mexico and minister in another Latin American country. They have accepted a call to minister in Guatemala and plan to help with a newly formed association of churches there who are in the process of becoming a BIC conference. They also plan to eventually plant a church somewhere in Guatemala. They have 3 children ~ Jenna, Kaitlin and Benjamin, and a son-in-law, Kevin.

Newcomers

Is there anyone not in need of spiritual "renovation." No! REVIS (Renovation of Lives) purposefully targets the most marginalized persons of Beira, Mozambique. Relationships are developed to facilitate evangelism, discipleship follows in a community setting, and the kingdom grows. God receives all of the honor and glory.

As a local church, McBIC is committed to making a difference in the community in which we’re located, but we also embrace God’s call on us to make a difference in our world. We strongly support BIC World Missions financially and the following people are members of McBIC who are seeking to fulfill our mission of helping people connect with Jesus around the world…

Silk

Silk is serving in Thailand. Her focus there is house church planting. She is blessed to be able to serve in her home country.

Woleslagles

The Messiah College Collaboratory and Rio Missions Panama are teaming up to connect and empower a cut-off community in Panama called Bajo Grande. Among those involved include Messiah students who attend McBIC and Russell and Kiara Woleslagle. The team recently completed their second bridge for a rural, isolated community in Panama. The first was a 40’ timber truss bridge; the second was a 220’ cable suspended bridge. A third bridge – likely to be a cable suspended structure – is planned for the 2016 year.

For more information on these families, please visit bic-church.org/wm

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