Missionaries We Support

Peter and Megan Green

Peter grew up in Bethlehem, PA. He attended Lehigh University, and later met his wife, Megan, at Covenant Theological Seminary. Peter holds a Ph.D. in Biblical Theology from Wheaton College, and has been serving as the RUF campus minister at West Virginia University since 2016. He and Megan live with their four children in Morgantown, WV.
Contact: peter.green@ruf.org

Michael and Natasha Goodlin

Michael grew up outside of Baltimore, MD, and attended Nyack College (Nyack, NY) where he met Natasha. He received his M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary in 2015, and after doing some work with RUF in Lancaster, was called to be the campus minister at Lehigh University in 2017. Michael and Natasha have been married since 2012, and live with their four children in Bethlehem, PA.
Contact: michael.goodlin@ruf.org

Monsé Santiago

Monsé was introduced to RUF through their English Club and became a Christian during her sophomore year at the National University in Mexico City. After that she stuck around in RUF as a student leader until she obtained her B.A. in International Relations. After graduation, she served as an RUF intern for two years. She also holds a Master’s of Political Science from El Colegio de México. In 2015, she joined RUF as campus staff along with campus minister Barush Sanchez.
Contact: monse.santiago@ruf.org

Karl and Debbie Dortzbach

Baltimore, MD

Karl and Debbie served for more than 25 years in both Eritrea and Kenya, but are now based in Baltimore, MD. Karl teaches pastoral and doctoral programs at the Africa International University in Nairobi, Kenya, and at the Asia Graduate School of Theology in Manila, Philippines.
Contact: kdortzbach@mac.com

Steve and Berenice Rarig

Perth, Australia

Stephen is originally from Pennsylvania. He attended Covenant College, holds an M.Div. and Th.M. from Reformed Theological Seminary, and a Th.D. from the Australian College of Theology. After serving in several U.S. pastorates, Stephen accepted a call through MTW to Perth, Australia, to plant a seminary. In 2007, he founded Trinity Theological College in Perth, and he has been the MTW team leader in Western Australia since 2003. He is pastor-at-large for the presbytery of Perth, WPC. Stephen’s wife, Berenice, an accomplished artist and Sydney native, is the founder and coordinator of the MAKE Collective, an MTW initiative that helps creatives to become part of international church-planting movements through cultural engagement, creative thinking, and artistic excellence.
Contact: rariginoz@gmail.com

Wes and Jami Baker

Wes and Jami Baker are from small towns near San Antonio, Texas. They have four grown children living in the US and three with them in Peru. Wes and Jami have been on the field since the beginning of 2000. Wes is the team leader in Trujillo, Pastor at Iglesia Cristo Rey, and professor of New Testament and Systematics at the Areopago Cristiano.
Contact: wes.baker@perumission.org

Pam D’Andre

Logos International Center ministers to the least and most vulnerable: the homeless, the poor, the elderly, and refugees, in the city of Kyiv, Ukraine. They do so by training nurses and volunteers to care for the sick and elderly, providing job training to single moms, feeding the poor and homeless, providing recovery programs for addictions, youth sports programs, and English language classes, all with a Gospel focus. 

Pam D’Andre serves with Logos as the Faith Community Nursing Coordinator for Ukraine. She lives in Kyiv.
Contact: pam.dandre@efca.org

Bright Hope exists to honor life by providing pregnancy support and life skills education to the women, men, and youth in the Lehigh Valley. Their goal is to maintain services and resources for women choosing life for their unborn child and to support families in need. This includes pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, sex and relationship education programs for youth and new parents, mentorship programs, counseling, temporary maternity housing, and life skills training. They provide all services free of charge.
Contact: generalinfo@brighthopecenters.org

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