Matt Miles (Creation Truth Foundation)

Matt & Theresa are missionaries to the Church’s Youth.  Matt, the President of Creation Truth Foundation, has been with CTF since January 2006. He is a graduate of Manhattan Christian College, and since then Matt has effectively served the Lord in three different Kansas churches as Youth Pastor. Matt’s burden for today’s church youth has led him to serve the CTF ministry as Student Worldview Director through our in-house program called SWAT (Student Worldview Advanced Training). Matt is a well-studied preacher and teacher of Biblical origins, and has through much study developed an excellent program in Biblical Astronomy. He is a very talented communicator with young people of all ages, and is becoming a much sought after speaker in Christian youth camps and youth training programs. Over the last several years, the Lord has been broadening Matt's ministry scope to include whole congregations with growing recognition.

Creation Truth Foundation, % Matt Miles, P.O. Box 1435, Noble, OK  73068

Church Growth Ministries

Joe & Fae Wilson established Church Growth Ministries in 1999 after retiring from a 21+ year ministry at Oakwood Christian Church in Enid, Oklahoma.  Church Growth Ministries desires to save the small and medium size churches money by assisting them in their planning, architectural services and building programs.  Joe & Fae and Church Growth Ministries are involved in many other aspects of missions.  They serve as the domestic project coordinators for World Mission Builders.  They joined this ministry in 1999.  World Mission Builders has built over 230 churches both foreign and domestically since 1975 under the leadership of Ed Thomas of Baxter Springs, Kansas.  Church Growth Ministries use World Mission Builders volunteers plus local volunteers to accomplish the building needs of the local church.

Church Growth Ministries, 431 N. Oakwood Rd., Enid, OK  73703

Charles & Alyson Adams

Black Forest Academy Germany

Charlie & Alyson Adams are missionaries serving with Teach Beyond at Black Forest Academy in Kandern, Germany.  They have been serving at BFA since January 2015.  BFA is an international Christian school providing an English language education to students from families of international Christian workers to remain on the field in Kandern and around the world by providing their children with a quality Christian education.  Charlie teaches various industrial arts classes besides lending a hand to the maintenance team.  Alyson volunteers in various ways at the school.  They have four young and energetic children, Tempey, Sealey, Patience, and Felicity.  They are grateful for all the people who make their ministry possible.  They lived in Shenandoah and attended Nishna Valley Christian Church from 2012-2014.  

Their address is:

Adams Family

Hammersteinerstrasse 18

Kandern, Germany 79400


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fairs evangelizing haiti

Bill & Marylin Fair are missionaries to the country of Haiti. They preach, teach and baptize Haitians in the name of the Father (Acts 2:38). They are equipping our brothers and sisters in Christ with Bible teaching materials, song books, and teaching them how to have a New Testament Church. 

712 W. 8th, Newton, KS 67114

Telephone: 316-283-2154

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Shenandoah Ministerial Association (SMA)

Shenandoah Ministerial Association, below are the services that are offered through this mission.

Baccalaureate Services - 

The SMA each year in May hosts the Baccalaureate services for our graduating senior class.  The Wednesday evening two weeks before graduation we hold services in the High School Auditorium.  Students from the graduating class get to choose their involvement with the services, including things such as music, reading poems, words of encouragement, prayer, etc.  A minister from one of the churches actively involved in the SMA will give the message and all parents and family members as well as community members are invited to attend.  This is a time of encouragement for our seniors as they prepare to head into this new phase in life.

Along with the service, a graduating senior(s) is chosen to receive the Christian Leadership Award.  This is an award given to the student(s) that strives to live out their faith in all aspects of their life.  They are voted on by their classmates and approved by the ministers.        

KMA - 

Each Sunday morning you can tune in to KMA at 7:15 a.m. to hear a message given by one of the ministers involved in the SMA.  Every year a rotation schedule is made for the participating ministers.  They go in the week prior to the day their message is to be aired on KMA and record it in the studio.  

Hospital Chaplain -

Each of the ministers in the SMA involved in this area of ministry for our community is placed on a rotating schedule and will be on call for the hospital.  They are on call for one week at a time and are available to the hospital during times of crisis.  

Nursing Home Worship -

The ministers, along with any members of their congregation who wish to attend, go to each of our nursing homes on Sunday afternoon to worship with our elderly community members who are unable to go out and attend worship at church.  They offer a message and singing each week.  Our three nursing homes are Homestead for a 1:30 p.m. service, Accura for a 2:15 p.m. service and Garden View for a 3:00 p.m. service.  We are blessed to have so many of our SMA churches involved that we do an eight week rotation.

Crisis Fund - 

The SMA also ministers to our community through what they call a crisis fund.  This is a fund set up to help those in the community who are in need.  The need may include things such as help with a utility bill, rent, groceries, gas, etc.  They also help people passing through town who may be in need of a night’s stay, food, gas, or car repairs.  Each need is prayerfully considered and given as needed when funds are available.

There are different ways that money is added to the crisis fund.  The churches of the SMA may give monthly contributions, members of the congregations or community offer donations, or different churches in the SMA host “Night of Worship” and the offering taken at that time goes to the crisis fund.  They have also hosted some community activities to raise funds.  Many people have been helped through this ministry.

Flaming Spirit Christian Service Camp

Flaming Spirit Christian Service Camp exists for the purpose of maintaining a non-profit Christian Service Camp for the purpose of teaching New Testament Christianity, including the supernatural power of miracles, the inspiration of both the Old and New Testaments, the virgin birth and deity of Christ, His absolute authority, requiring faith, repentance, confession, baptism by immersion, and Christian living as stated in His New Testament. This camp is for Preschool through High School and runs throughout the month of June.

Route 2 Box 31 Oregon, MO 64473

Telephone: 816.446.3786 Website:

Todd Becker Foundation

The Todd Becker Foundation story began on February 6, 2005 when 18 year-old Todd Becker was tragically killed in an alcohol related car accident as a senior in high school. The shock and devastation from that tragedy forced Todd’s brother, Keith, to examine and deeply consider the direction of his life. Shortly after Todd’s funeral, at age 20, a local pastor reached out to Keith and shared the Truth of God’s Word, which ultimately resulted in Keith committing his life to Jesus Christ.  From that, the Todd Becker Foundation was born. 

Today, the Todd Becker Foundation and its team travels throughout the Midwest sharing the tragic, yet powerful life and death story of Todd Becker in assemblies and evening outreaches to public high schools, challenging students to take the narrow road (Matthew 7:13) in their journey through life. Since its inception in 2005, over 100,000 high school students across 14 states have heard the Todd Becker Foundation’s story and message, and thousands of commitments to Christ have been made.

P.O. Box 2264, Kearney, NE  68848

Telephone: 1.800.983.2644

Shenandoah Pregnancy and Resource Center

Shenandoah Pregnancy and Resource Center is a faith-based 501(c)3 organization funded by private donations. Our mission is to offer compassionate hope and help to families or individuals facing pregnancy decisions and parenting needs. We endeavor to serve the families of Southwest Iowa and beyond with life-affirming support that will empower them to make healthy decisions for themselves and their children. Through mentoring, information, education, and services for both men and women, we believe even the most difficult situations can be full of hope and promise. SPaRC provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound referrals, client advocacy, referrals, parenting classes, and resources as well as tangible support with pregnancy and infant needs. 

811 S. Center St., Shenandoah, IA 51601

Telephone: 1.712.581.9023

Grant & Kaylee Neumann

West Africa

Grant and Kaylee will serve an unreached people group with the CMF team in West Africa.  Both attended Wichita State University, where Grant graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering and Kaylee a degree in International Studies with a focus on Africa and the Middle East. Both Grant and Kaylee completed CMF REACH summer internships that took Grant to West Africa and Kaylee to Ethiopia. They are excited to join the team that Grant worked with during his internship. In West Africa, Grant will focus on developing appropriate technology and apply engineering/systematic thinking to nutritional problems in sub-Saharan Africa.  Kaylee is passionate about teaching and working with children and plans to come alongside the current children's health clubs and youth ministries. Grant and Kaylee will also help with Chronological Bible Storytelling and explore village savings and loans programs.

CMF International, P.O. Box 501020, Indianapolis, IN 46250