Our missions are essentially an outreach program to many different ministries


Our missions are essentially an outreach program to many different ministries

The Bryants

The Bryants
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The Bryants are missionaries with Child Evangelism. Kent, Becky, and their two children are located in Fiji. Their focus is training workers in evangelism so that they can go out and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to children. The Bryants’ two children, Jeremy and Kristen, are alumni of and are attending Pensacola Christian College, respectively.

“What a privilege to present the truths of the Gospel to boys and girls who so desperately need the Savior! Our greatest joy is in training adults how to reach their children for Christ!”

–Kent Bryant

The McLeans

“Steve and Marcia McLean have been serving in North Wales since November, 2008.  Steve is from the Seattle area and Marcia is from western Pennsylvania. They met at Bob Jones University and were married in their sending church, located in Greenville, South Carolina.  They have four daughters, Maggie, Gwyneth, Amelia, and Beatrice.

The Mcleans served with for two and half years with fellow GFA missionaries, Joe and Abbie Nicholson, at Lighthouse Baptist Church. In mid-2011 they moved 5 miles away to the town of Rhuddlan in order to lead in a church re-planting effort. The main areas of ministry for the McLeans include outreach in the local village school, discipleship within the church itself, and forming relationships within the community in order to open doors for the gospel.”

The Snooks

“Brandon and Kate Snook have been called to serve in the nation of Togo. The Snooks have an extensive background in medicine as well as in Bible training; Togo is a nation that needs the Gospel. Brandon and Kate will be teaming up with the Association of Baptist for World Evangelism to help reach the people of Togo through one of the two Christian hospitals run by ABWE in Togo: Hospital of Hope in the North and Hospital Baptiste Biblique – HBB in the South. These hospitals function to help the suffering Togolese population’s physical needs. Moreover, they exist as a platform to reach lost souls for Christ, plant indigenous, local, Bible-believing churches, and train the Togolese in medicine and surgery.

The Perkins

“God has been directing both Josh and Natalie towards career missions since their youth. In 7th grade, Josh started corresponding with Michael Berbin, a missionary in the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea. He often talked about his need for an aviation service to survive, and God used Josh’s love for aviation to spark an interest. God then began equipping them to go to PNG. Josh received a degree in Missionary Aviation from Bob Jones University, and Natalie also graduated from Bob Jones University and received a degree in Women’s Ministries. In 2016, they completed a 3-year ministry training program at their home church, Mount Calvary Baptist Church, where they were also involved in neighborhood Bible clubs, visitation, and teaching adult Sunday schools.

In 2017, the Perkins family served for year assisting veteran missionary Michael Berbin in Aibai, PNG. God gave many confirmations that this was the place He intended for them.

This was one of the most fulfilling years of their lives as a family, and they are excited to return. They desire to be tools in His hands to reach the lost in PNG along with their children, Melody, Kay Marie, and Joshua..

Calvary Christian School


Located right here at Calvary Bible Church, is Calvary Christian School, the primary ministry of CBC. Our members look for every opportunity to volunteer and interact with the students and their families. Our desire is that all of our school families are active in a Bible-believing church, like CBC.