Missionaries

10% of all income for Home Grown Pocket Beagles goes to missionaries.

Click on the name of a missionary family below to learn more about them than what is listed.  We have worked with all of these missionaries at one point or the other and they are all incredible people…giving it all so that others may know about the gospel.  They do many things that range from taking in orphans, starting churches, personal discipleship to meeting the physical needs of the people (food, water, shelter).

 

 

The Stubenrauchs

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The Stubenrauchs

 

Brian and Mary Beth have been in South Thailand since 2001.    They have three children who were all born in Thailand and are in the process of adopting a baby from Thailand.  Their heart and vision is to see Thai people come to know Jesus and to see strong disciples raised up to continue reaching the people of South Thailand.  The gospel has been in Thailand for 180 years, but the Thais of South Thailand are still largely unreached.  

The Stubenrauchs are currently involved in planting a church in their village and Brian is also one of the instructors and leaders of a Bible School in the city.  The disciples and students are involved in hands on evangelism as well as classroom teaching. The Stubenrauchs and their team firmly believe that this dark corner of the world will be brought into the knowledge and revelation of Jesus as they see the power of God displayed and the love of God shed abroad in their hearts.  

 

The Garsees

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The Garsees

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Clinton and Amber Garsee have been living in South Thailand since 2001 along with their two sons. In 2006, they took in a Thai boy and are raising him as their own. They came to Thailand with two other FI families whom they have been working with since 2000.

Clinton's heart burns for the lost and to spread the message of Revival to the Church. Amber homeschools their sons and has homeschooled them since 1998.Their sons love the Lord and are actively invovled with worship and helping with different kids clubs in their area. The Garsees have a long term vision for Thailand.

At the present time, they are planting a church, a Bible school, leading two kids clubs, and pastoring the youth of Romyen Hat Yai.  As they go about their daily business, they are finding that people are open and curious about these unusual Americans living in their country. Doors often open for them to share the love of Jesus with neighbors and with those they meet in the marketplace. They have had particular success at a house of prostitution, with several of the women getting saved and experiencing the life-changing power of Jesus!

 

The Hoars

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The Hoars

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