USA
List of USA Missionaries

You may contact the field director or his administrative assistant to request information about specific BIMI missionary works in the United States. The United States of America is a mission field:

Where 71% of the population is unconverted or nominally Christian.
Where 1.6 million abortions are performed every year.
Where 500 murders are committed every day.
Where 60% of children under 16 years of age have never been to Sunday school.
Where 7 out of 10 teenagers never darken the door of a church.
Where innocent children going to school are gunned down by teenage criminals.
Where every year more churches close their doors than open their doors.

Men and women, who had a reverence for the Word of God, conceived the idea of a United States, and labored to realize the dream. Our early government instituted laws based upon the principles of the Word of God. Unfortunately time has witnessed the shores of America attacked from without and within by an onslaught of social ills born of American's fascination with pleasure, greed, materialism, and self-gratification.

America's face has dramatically changed, as she has become both host and mother to millions of immigrants from Asia, Latin America and Europe during the last several decades. The annual total of foreign-born people immigrating to the United States has climbed from 500,000 in the 1970’s to more than a million at present. The Hispanic population alone has grown from nine million in 1970 to nearly 35 million today. Many immigrants seek refuge from the persecution, prosecution, or poverty of their own countries. They search for the American Dream. They flee to the freedom we take for granted.

While this immigration influx has caused problems for the federal and local governments, it presents new and exciting challenges for Americans to reach their ethnic neighbors with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

BIMI missionaries in the USA are involved in planting churches, winning souls, and training nationals. We have ongoing ministries in both rural and inner city areas. Our ministry extends to the Hispanic, Black, Asian, and Indian people as well as to the hearing impaired, homeless, and imprisoned. Satan is on the offensive in America. BIMI desires to see a great church planting movement rise and revive the American conscience. We believe this to be God’s answer to Satan’s offensive. This can only happen when local churches take up the banner and sound the charge to support and promote church planting in America.

What began as a few people with a burden to plant churches in America, erupted into a full-scale missions operation. BIMI currently has more than 100 missionaries stationed across America in ministry roles to a great variety of people groups. God has blessed with thousands of souls being saved in these ministries collectively. God has literally brought the world to our doorstep. We have opportunities today that never before existed. Pray that GOD WILL BLESS AMERICA and provide us with both the laborers and the liberty to reach the Land of the Free.

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Related BIMI WORLD Articles:
USA - Vol. 2 '00
USA - Vol. 2 '95
Is It Worth It? California - Vol. 2 '94

Reseeding America Newsletter

Reseeding America Website
Reseeding America Statistics

   USA DIRECTOR
   Robert & Jennifer Larson

   NATIONAL RESEEDING AMERICA REPRESENTATIVE
   John & Sandy Bailes

   DEAF REPRESENTATIVE
   Reginald & Kim Rempel

   USA - ARIZONA
   Anthony S & Paula Bulawa
   Ronnie & Shelby Manuel
   Kent & Lindsey McBay

   USA - ARIZONA - NATIVE AMERICA
   Kevin & Pam Barthel
   Stephen & Teresa Fox

   USA - ARKANSAS
   G Paul & Christina M Caldwell

   USA - ARKANSAS - HISPANIC
   Edward & Barbara O'Brien

   USA - CHURCH PLANTING
   Nathan & Karie Owens, Sr

   USA - CONNECTICUT
   John & Abigail(Abby) Lafreniere
   Linda McKeever
   David & Annette Townsley

   USA - DEAF
   Scott D & Tricia Crabtree

   USA - FLORIDA - HISPANIC
   Richard & Anna Hurst

   USA - GEORGIA
   W Todd & Bambi Threlkeld

   USA - GEORGIA - BLACK MINISTRY
   Dan & Martha Guider

   USA - GEORGIA - DEAF
   Keith & Jane Ford
   Bruce & Vicki Kelly

   USA - INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE & RELIEF
   Kenneth O & June Love

   USA - KENTUCKY
   Evertie Moore

   USA - MARYLAND
   Edwin J & Mary C Beard

   USA - MARYLAND - DEAF
   William & Linnea Maccallum

   USA - MICHIGAN
   Robert Michael & Deborah Carson

   USA - MISSISSIPPI - BLACK MINISTRY
   William & Fannie Fluker

   USA - MISSOURI
   Mildred Brush
   Charles & Sue Phelps

   USA - MONTANA
   Candace Miller

   USA - MONTANA - NATIVE AMERICA
   Bruce W & Barbara Voss

   USA - NAVAJO INDIANS
   John & April McDaniel

   USA - NEVADA - HISPANIC
   Jorge E & Anna Grace Noriega
   Clyde & Joyce Simpson

   USA - NEW JERSEY
   Philip & Jennifer Rizzo

   USA - NEW MEXICO - HISPANIC
   Joseph & Regina Alcon

   USA - NEW YORK
   Alan & Sabrina Davis
   Dana G & Julie Dice
   Don & Helen Hughes

   USA - NORTH CAROLINA - HISPANIC
   Pablo & Ana Rodriguez

   USA - OHIO
   Mark & Stephanie Sage

   USA - OHIO - HOME FOR TROUBLED TEENS
   Ken & Marie Puckett

   USA - OHIO - JAPANESE
   Tom & Renee Border

   USA - PENNSYLVANIA
   Michael & Terri Clark
   Les & Darla Griffin
   Olen Dale & Faye Painter
   Mike & Karen Sweitzer

   USA - REGIONAL ETHNIC COORD. FOR CHURCH PLANTING
   David & Debbie Board

   USA - REPRESENTATIVE
   Clayton Revels

   USA - SOUTH CAROLINA - DEAF
   Dorothea Francis

   USA - SOUTH CAROLINA - HISPANIC
   Christopher & Laura Phillips

   USA - TENNESSEE
   Mr Grant Carter
   Aaron Burr & Stacy Hoot
   Tracey & Martha Jones

   USA - TENNESSEE - DEAF
   Willie & Shirley Rowan

   USA - TENNESSEE - HISPANIC
   Paul & Wilma Marsh

   USA - TEXAS
   Rick & Jackie Bonds

   USA - WASHINGTON - JAPANESE
   Perry & Barbara Gibson

USA Director
Robert and Jennifer Larson

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He can be contacted through the BIMI office
(423) 344-5050.





National Reseeding America Representative
Dr. John & Sandy Bailes

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He can be contacted through the BIMI office
(423) 344-5050.






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