Randy & Shelly Schmor

Gateway Teams - Randy is Director, Shelly is Co-Director.

A Gateway Team is a group of growing Christians sent by an NAB church or other NAB institution to an NAB mission project, church, or other approved site. The purpose of a Gateway Team is to see ministry happen:

Becky (Kato) Lengefeld


Becky grew up in Japan; her parents are NAB missionaries serving through the Tsu English Center at the Christian Education Center in Tsu.  The NAB missionaries serving in Japan and the Japan Baptist Conference are pleased to have Becky return to her "homeland" as a  continuing term missionary. 

Visit the Tsu Christian Education Center:   http://www.cec-tsu.com/

Below are testimonies of survivors of 3.11.11. My friends filmed and edited these videos. Please pray that God would use them to bring HOPE to many!!

Video #1


Apr 26
Missionary Birthday: 
Nov 26

Carol Potratz

Disciplemaker in Japan

“I will perpetuate your memory through all generations; therefore the nations will praise you for ever and ever"   Psalm 45:17 NIV

Missionary Birthday: 
Dec 09

Lance & Debra Rundus

Seminary Instructor

Through a series of faith-building events and blessings, God led the Rundus family to Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree, Lance enrolled in North American Baptist Seminary (now Sioux Falls Seminary).  Lance has skills and interests in various arts, linguistics, philosophy, rhetoric, and theology.  Lance has been involved in ministry through leading worship team, serving as Youth Pastor, and serving as instructor in Biblical languages, exegesis, and hermeneutics at Sioux Falls Seminary.

Calvin & Susanne Hohn

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CBC/NAB/CMF Field Director
Cameroon Baptist Convention
P.O. Box 1, Bamenda, NW Region
Republic of Cameroon

Anniversary - December 12
Calvin - June 14
Susanne - March 23
Ysabelle - January 1
Elianna - December 3

Kristi TenClay

Missionary Teacher in Cameroon

"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men." Colossians 3:23 (NIV)

Missionary Birthday: 
Nov 23

Ron & Joan Stoller

Born and raised in Portland, Ore., and a graduate of Portland State University, Ron Stoller first came to Japan in 1973 and served as an English teacher in NAB’s short-term missionary program. A few months later, he met Joan Youngquist, who grew up serving the Lord in Japan alongside her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Harris Youngquist from the Baptist General Conference, her two brothers and her sister, establishing churches since their arrival in 1950. At the time, Joan was teaching ESL in Japan’s public schools after graduating from Bethel College.

Paul & Melissa Ewing

The Ewings have been serving in Japan as church planters since 1999.

Anniversary - August 14

Paul - September 4
Melissa - December 2
Noah - April 20
Jonah - March 6
Elijah - March 11

Yuri Nakano

Disciplemaker in Japan

As a Japanese-Canadian, Yuri has a unique, God-given background in being sent out from North America as a missionary to Japan.

Missionary Birthday: 
Dec 28
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