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They are focused on providing a network of care that reaches the entire missionary team across the globe. This includes a number of initiatives that are focused on helping the entire missionary family, parents and children included. Previously, they served in a Creative Access Area in Southeast Asia and worked with local believers in church and district development. After a number of years serving in a variety of roles both within the church and outside of it, Joe and Amy followed a long-time calling to chase God's will reaching people who did not yet know Him. They have two wonderful children: Sam (14) and Ella (12). Joe and Amy both graduated from Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma. Joe's undergraduate degree is a BA in Religion, while Amy's degree is a BS in Sociology. Joe also has a Master's degree in Counseling from SNU as well as an M.Div from Nazarene Theological Seminary. Prior to serving with Global Missions, Joe worked as a Licensed Professional Counselor, while Amy was privileged to lead the leasing and marketing arm of a local retirement community.

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Organized in 1908, the denomination is now home to about 2.5 million members worshipping in more than 30,000 congregations in 164 world areas. 

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