Our Missionaries

Meet Our Missionaries

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Jonathan and Corrine Long

Jonathan and Corinne Long were both raised in strong Christian families and knew from an early age that God had a special plan for their lives. Part of that plan has led them to missionary service with One Mission Society and a call to ministry in Eastern Europe.
While growing up as the son of OMS missionaries, Jonathan experienced firsthand the impact on the lives of others while serving God and living in a foreign country. Through those experiences, he developed a strong desire to return to the mission field, especially to Hungary. Prior to joining OMS, Jonathan received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2005. In 2011, he completed his Trans-National Leadership MBA from Central European University while serving in Hungary. After their first term in Hungary from 2009 to 2011, Jonathan served for two years at OMS World Headquarters in leadership development. Corinne has used her many years of administrative and office experience to serve in the area of finance.
Jonathan and Corinne currently serve in Budapest, Hungary, where Jonathan serves as the field leader for OMS Hungary. They have a passion to share the transforming power of a relationship with Jesus Christ. Corinne serves as field hostess and treasurer, and she assists Every Community for Christ (ECC). The Longs have three children: Carter (2005), Grant (2008), and Noémi (2012).

Millie Webster

First Presbyterian Church assists in sponsoring Millie Webster a missionary working in Mozambique through SIM (Serving in Mission) USA.  Recent communications from Millie indicate a very simple yet powerful way in which you can assist her in her work.  Prayer.  Millie recently wrote:  “Thanks so much for your prayers.”, “Thanks so much for your perseverance in prayer”, “Desiring to see a growing hunger in men and women to know, love, honor and worship God, I covet your prayers…”.  Millie has a vision for outreach evangelism among the children. Her personal goal is to grow in delight of the Lord so that His light and love will radiate as she builds relationships and shares the love of Christ both with those who know Him and those who are yet living in darkness, fear, and bondage. Her ministry goal is for national churches to send their own missionaries, supported and encouraged by their local churches. Through seminars, story telling, and modeling friendship evangelism, she trusts others will be encouraged to reach out beyond the ‘church’ and share what God has done for them.  To read her latest news click here:  February 2016 Newsletter

Millie may be contacted at millie.webster    Cuamba Moz
Mailing:   Box 265    Lichinga, 90100  Moz        SIM USA PO Box 7900    Charlotte, NC   28241

Zach and Kylie Hanje screen-shot-2016-12-29-at-7-27-08-pm

Zach and Kiley Hanje serve as staff missionaries with Cru in Rochester, NY seeking to reach college students  with the hope and message of the gospel. Through Bible studies, discipleship, evangelism and outreach, they are trusting God to turn lost students into Christ-centered laborers from one of the most diverse and influential cities in the world.

Zach grew up in Noblesville, and Kiley in Wabash. Both were believers from a young age but learned important truths about God and the gospel from their time at Ball State University, where they served as student leaders in Ball State’s Cru ministry. It was there they learned of their calling and desire to serve God for a lifetime by investing in college students. Zach and Kiley married in 2014 and welcomed their first, Silas Owen, into the world in March of 2016.
https://thehanjes.wordpress.com/

Listen to the August 2016 update from Zach and Kylie here:  https://youtu.be/UnjkYki_N88
Read the June 2016 update from Zach and Kylie here.
Read the July 2016 update from Zach and Kylie here.
Read the October/November update here.
Read their December/January update here.
Read their January 30, 2017 update here.

Zach and Kiley can be reached at:  Campus Field Staff, New York City, 317.496.6424  www.cru.org