Answering Macedonian Calls
A Work of the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ
Our mission is to labor with existing congregations and new works of the Lord’s church in evangelizing, edifying, and equipping the saints for greater service in domestic and foreign fields.
Tavaro & Shameika Hanna
Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama Island
Tavaro & Shameika have five children, Genesis, Legacy, Providence, Faithful and Honour. Their work in Grand Bahama Island has been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ since January 2018.
Robert & Mary Martin
Robert and Mary Martin have four children. Their work in the Pacific Islands has been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ since January 1989.
Wayne & Kristi Parker
Pohnpei, NW Pacific Islands
Wayne and Kristi have five children, Spencer, Connor, Gavin, Piper Ruth and Faith. Their work in the Pacific Islands has been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ since January 2017.
Joey & Tammy Treat
Joey and Tammy have three children, Nina, Noah and Jack. Their work in the Pacific Islands has been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ since February 2004.
Mauricio & Kayla Yegros
Coral Springs, Florida
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Mauricio and his wife Kayla have three children, Nelson, Emily & Lucas. They have been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ in their work in South Florida since May 2013.
Nigeria, West Africa
Nnanna is a native of Nigeria. His works have been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ since 1994.
Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe, Africa
Tamuka is a native of Zimbabwe. His works have been supported by the Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ since 1994.
Apologetics Press, located in Montgomery, Alabama, is a non-profit, tax-exempt work dedicated to the defense of New Testament Christianity. The Palm Beach Lakes church of Christ has supported this work since January 1986, and started providing oversight in January 2004.
Mount Dora Children’s Home
Mount Dora, Florida
Located 45-minutes north of Orlando, Mount Dora Children’s Home serves as a Christ-centered haven for children and families in times of need. This is a place where children are loved because the Children’s Home believes every child is a gift from God, made in His image and deserving of a good start in life. Mount Dora Children’s Home, and its sister institution, Mount Dora Christian Academy, are supported by donations from congregations and individual Christians throughout Florida and the Southeast.
Hope for Haiti’s Children
Their mission is to demonstrate Christian compassion to poverty-bound Haitian children and their families, providing opportunities for them to become leaders in their homes, churches, and communities.
Son Light Children’s Home
Port au Prince, Haiti
The Son Light Children’s Home in Port au Prince, Haiti was started by Roberta Edwards in 1995. The Children’s Home cares for numerous orphans in that impoverished nation and provides them a safe environment in which to live, learn and grow. A Nutrition Center is also operated on site, which feeds more than 150 people each day. Son Light has a great influence in the community and has been instrumental in distributing aid to those in need.