"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." - Matthew 28:19-20 ESV
BeFree Missions is a partnered ministry with people we know, to serve alongside indigenous leaders and ministries we trust, in difficult and under-resourced places to predominantly unreached people who have not heard the Good News of Jesus Christ and all it entails.
Read more about our partnerships below.
Ram Lian, Myanmar
Pastor Ram leads a house church ministry of 70 churches in Myanmar, runs a network of orphanages with over 100 children, and has trained 274 emerging leaders to start new churches through Myanmar Christian Institute. He and his family work in areas where there is little to no gospel witness, utilizing friendship evangelism.
Anonymous Partners, Middle East
Our partners and their family currently serve in an undisclosed location in the Middle East with True Sojourners, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to blessing and empowering the people of the “hard places” of the world with tangible demonstrations of love. They oversee several strategic development programs and personal ministries to bless the poor in that region, focusing on working with local leaders.
William and Pamela Noar, Japan
The Noars began serving in Japan in 1984 and have worked with four different church plants/teams through Christar Japan. They presently reside in Kudamatsu, a city of over 50,000 unreached Japanese. Bill leads small group evangelistic or discipleship Bible studies and conducts contact work while Pamela has a ministry to Chinese factory workers and teaches periodic parenting and cooking classes. Their goal is to see a fellowship of believers established, with a heart to reach their family and neighbors and the foreign workers that are in the community. The Noars have four children: Ruth, Laurel, Lydia, and Jonathan, all of whom were born in Japan.
Mark Davies, YWAM Denver, CO
Mark has been on staff at Youth With A Mission (YWAM) Denver since 2002. He is on the leadership team and directs the Phase II School of Ministry Development. Every year, they train 300 students for mission work and send out mission teams around the world. Mark feels called to develop young leaders and to see the body of Christ equipped for the work of ministry. He is passionate about seeing others understand their position in Christ and their call to go to the nations. Mark was born and raised in New Hampshire. He is married to Maritza and together they have three children: Seth, Samuel and Tirzah.
Young Life Seacoast, New Hampshire
Young Life is a movement of caring adults that
provides teenagers with a safe place for fun and life-giving activities, along with the chance to hear basic message of the Christian faith in a simple and non-threatening way. Young Life Seacoast, for high schoolers, is active in Dover, Durham, and Exeter.
Ginny Teeter, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Ginny has been serving with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at multiple campuses since 2002. She currently serves graduate students, faculty, and staff at the University of New Hampshire. She feels called to partner and work alongside students, faculty, and staff to be Salt and Light on campus. Ginny deeply desires to see people know Jesus personally and live out their faith in their personal lives, academic careers, research, classes, and/or work. Ginny was born and raised (mostly) in New Hampshire. She is married to Keith and has two boys, Brenndan and Jonas.
Alton Community Services, Alton, NH
The BeFree Alton community gathers food once a month for the ACS food pantry, and two members participate on the ACS board of directors.
Barrington Food Pantry, Barrington, NH
The Barrington Community Food Pantry was formed in 1993 when the food pantries of the town’s churches and organizations were merged into one collaborative effort. The Food Pantry distributes food and personal care products and provides holiday baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
ChildVoice, Newmarket, NH
ChildVoice was founded in 2006 to restore the voices of children silenced by war in northern Uganda. Today, there are 35 conflict zones around the world where children are growing up in war-torn communities. ChildVoice is working diligently to expand its services to include war-affected children in South Sudan and beyond.
Homeless Center for Strafford County, Rochester, NH
The Homeless Center for Strafford County (HCSC) is a seasonal shelter providing safety, support, and self-sufficiency to women, children, and families of our community. A secondary objective of HCSC is to empower through professional case management, referral services, and transitional housing.
International Institute of New England, Manchester, NH
The mission of the International Institute of New England is to create opportunities for refugees and immigrants to succeed through resettlement, education, career advancement and pathways to citizenship. If you are interested in helping refugees get resettled in New Hampshire please contact Cristy Tripp for more information.
Operation Christmas Child / Samaritan's Purse, NC
Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization. Their mission is to provide local partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Options, Dover, NH
Options is a faith-based, non-profit pregnancy and sexual health resource center and clinic. They promote life-affirming choices for both men and women in a safe, confidential and compassionate atmosphere, serving individuals seeking help or answers regarding reproductive health, unplanned pregnancy, abortion information, parenting, counseling and more.