Here at Citywest, impacting our world is at the heart of our church.
We have many World Impact partners throughout the globe, who work closely with World Outreach International.
You can find more information about the people we support below.
Paul & Sue Fosse - Mozambique
Paul and Sue have served with World Outreach in Mozambique for more than 22 years. They have two sons, Kyle and Baden. Sue works as the Director of an international school and supports Paul in ministry.
Paul has a heart to grow the local churches in Mozambique and regularly travels throughout the country to train and develop church leaders. “If believers and churches can catch the vision for the unreached we can change the world”.
Click on their photo to find out more about their work.
Lorraine Dierck - Thailand
ving lived and worked in Bangkok for more than 35 years Lorraine has great wisdom and experience.
We have supported Lorraine in her work with the Good News Team and World Outreach for many years.
Click on her photo to find out more about her work.
Grahame & Philippa Orpin
Grahame is the Humanitarian Aid Co-ordinator with World Outreach. Philippa works as Operations
Manager on World Outreach publications and raising support for missionaries in the field.
Grahame’s work takes him into disaster zones to enable him to assess the response that World Outreach can make to assist people in time of great difficulty.
Grahame also leads a team of six people to produce the Nations magazine, and website. Their vision is to get better at telling the story of the incredible World Outreach missionaries, and of people's lives who have been transformed because as they lay down their lives to share the Good News.
Click on the photo to find out more about their work.
Ron & Sarah Cargay
Ron and his wife Sarah have two children, Jerusha and Jedediah. Ron works in the north eastern part of India. The ministry he leads is called the Four Corners Initiatives and they have four areas of focus:
1. Holistic Ministry: training Church Planters, investing in community health education, and unique ministries to women.
2. Ordination of the Next Generation through worship an creative arts schools; youth conferences, and mentoring of key emerging leaders.
3. Partnership with Community through: local non-government organisations; library and study centre to support education of poor families; and support to families to keep their children in school.
4. Economic Health of Community/Ministry/Churches that includes the Naya Paula Handmade Paperworks project that provides self-sustainable
employment and income for up to 48 people and other organic farming workshops.
This model of ministry is being replicated in other parts of the region. You can learn about Naya Paula Paperworks at www.nayapaula.com.
The vision is for the entire Body of Christ to be equipped to transform their local community for eternity. Hope!