• seth and hlawn hlawn van tifflin


    Seth and Hlawn Hlawn Van Tifflin reside in Chiang Mai, Thailand, with their two young sons. Seth serves as the events and new connection coordinator for FMWM-Asia and as executive director of In Better Hands (an affiliate ministry partner of the FMC-USA). In Better Hands was established to care for children at high risk of being trafficked. Hlawn Hlawn serves as the Myanmar Country director for In Better Hands. Both Seth and Hlawn Hlawn also are studying the Thai language. For further information, please visit inbetterhands.org.

  • dan and hope owsley


    The Owsleys are involved in church planting and leadership training in the capital city of Brasilia. Dan disciples and counsels FM pastors. Hope is involved in Bible study, discipleship and the editing of a devotional book based on John Wesley’s sermons. Both teach Bible and theology classes to church leadership and lend support and encouragement to church plants in the greater Brasilia area.

  • David and jill sweet

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    David and Jill Sweet currently live in Kyustendil, Bulgaria. They arrived in Bulgaria in summer 2017 and assist with church planting, pastors’ training and hosting short-term mission teams from around the world. They also help with the St. John’s Home, a safe home for girls. David engages church members of all ages in recreational activities, and Jill provides accounting assistance to the foundation that supports the church-planting projects, Bible school and St. John’s Home. They also work with Team Balkans on regional events such as camps. In 2019 the Sweets adopted twins Elijah and Matthias out of the Bulgarian foster-care system.

  • larry and katie winckles


    Larry is leader of the Budapest church plant, investing much time in mentoring new leaders in personal discipleship. He also serves as the Europe Area Administrator, helping to resource and equip the developing FM ministries on continental Europe. Katie serves on the leadership team of the Budapest church plant, facilitates women’s ministry programs and oversees a weekly English class at the Family Help Center in Budapest’s 11th District.

  • others we cannot publicize

    Some of the people we support serve in countries that are considered creative access countries in which the public proclamation of the gospel is restricted. Evangelistic efforts in these countries can pose dangers to one’s life, well-being or freedom.