Jacob's Well is proud to support missionaries and organizations sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ both locally and internationally. To find out more information or to support these missionaries financially or in prayer, please see the below information.
All Saints Church Plant in Green Bay, WI
Pastor Chad Baudhuin served as Associate Pastor at Jacob's Well Church, supporting the church in music and counseling ministries. He, his wife Bliss, their three kids and about 60 people from Jacob's Well have been called to plant a church on the East side of Green Bay. To find out more, please visit their website at allsaintsgb.org or e-mail Pastor Chad Baudhuin.
Theological Education in South Africa
Ben and Beth desire to see South Africans biblically and theologically trained in order to further the gospel. To that end, they are partnering with TEAM at Union Bible Institute in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa to train up spiritual leaders for the South African Church. Their hope is that through their teaching and discipling ministry, students at UBI will be prepared to make an impact for Christ in South Africa and beyond.
For more information, or to partner with the Barthelemys,
•Find their TEAM profile here.
•Visit their blog here.
Wisconsin’s first chapter of Reformed University Fellowship began at UWM in 2012. Nick and Maddy moved to Milwaukee to take over this work in 2019. RUF is the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America and seeks to reach students for Christ and equip them to serve the Church for a lifetime.
Nick’s approach to that mission involves preaching at RUF’s “Large Group” on Tuesday nights, various small groups to deepen students’ capacity for reading Scripture and loving one another, and one-on-one discipleship over coffee or a round of disc golf. The Bratchers also intentionally open their home to students, situated within a few blocks of campus, as a lived witness to God’s grace.
Church Planters in Taipei Taiwan
Kalan and Kayt (and their two children) work in conjunction with Redeemer Presbyterian Church's global church-planting network (City-to-City) and local Taiwanese believers to plant gospel-centered churches. Their particular focus is among working-class Taiwanese, a group that is less than 0.5% Christian and who consider Christianity a religion for the middle class. Kalan & Kayt have been building relationships, learning Chinese and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
For more information, or to support the Spencers,
Danny and Emily moved to Madison to begin a new chapter of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the UW in 2016. RUF is the campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America and Danny's work on campus is centered on reaching students with the gospel, cultivating deep and sustainable faith, forming meaningful relationships, and preparing students for life in the Church.
From more information on RUF at UW-Madison,
Missionaries to Togo, West Africa
Shawn and Becca Hill in partnership with the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) desire to proclaim Jesus Christ to the unreached and unengaged in Togo, to teach and do life with new believers in order to establish true followers of Him, and to partner with Togolese believers to plant sustainable, multiplying Togolese churches.
For more information or to partner financially with the Hill Family and ABWE for the ministry in Togo,
Team Leader of MAP (Missionary Apprenticeship Program) in London, England
Stephen and Charity Jones along with children King, Eden and Boaz are serving with MAP (Missionary Apprenticeship Program) in London, England.
Stephen is the team leader of a 1-2 year missionary apprenticeship program that is reaching out to unreached people groups living in London, England. Their desire is to mentor and train the next generation of church leaders as they serve in one of 5 church plants. These churches are seeking to be relevant to non-western cultures, and yet faithful to Jesus as he's revealed himself in scripture.
Andrew and Laura Kate Lupton with son Fox and Daughter Evie Jude are
Missionaries with Global Youth & Family Ministries in Bogota, Columbia. The Luptons are called to serve the global church by reaching the nations and the next generation in Bogota, Colombia and throughout Latin America with the gospel. They serve the English-speaking community in Bogota through the United Church of Bogota, where Andrew pastors and Laura Kate coordinates children's ministry. When they're not in Bogota, they travel throughout Latin America providing pastoral support for the children of missionaries.
For more information, or to support the Luptons:
Resurrection Presbyterian Church in Madison, WI
Living Stone Church in Oshkosh, WI
Josh and Lindsey Golackson moved back to Wisconsin in 2015 after serving as missionaries in China for nearly a decade. Josh served as assistant pastor at Emmaus Road Church in Appleton for 2 years before the Golackson family moved to Oshkosh and planted Living Stone Church in 2017. Josh and Lindsey and their 8 children are excited about being back in Wisconsin and this new adventure that God has called them to. Click here to email Josh.
Friend of Sinners Church in Milwaukee, WI
Dan and Sherry raised their family in the Milwaukee area, Sherry managing the home, and Dan working as a database marketer, mostly in the publishing industry. In 2009 Dan began his theological education in St Louis at Covenant Theological Seminary, graduating with an MDIV in 2013. They both were evaluated at the Atlanta Church Planter Assessment Center in 2013 and were recommended for church planting and given a plan for preparation. The Wisconsin Presbytery of the PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) has accepted their vision, and licensed Dan for the preaching of the gospel.
The Milwaukee Project is a Church Plant effort in downtown Milwaukee. The vision is simple. We believe God has called us to labor in downtown Milwaukee with other like-minded believers in Jesus Christ in building His kingdom. We believe we are called to go where people have not heard the gospel, from neighborhood laundromats to corner bars and taverns, and spread the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe we are called to be true family, demonstrating in our lives the love and restoration of the gospel.
Madison Chinese Christian Church in Madison, WI
Rev. Iho Tree and family moved to Madison in July 2011 when he started to serve at Madison Chinese Christian Church (MCCC) as her full-time pastor. The church was organized in 1986 and has been reaching to the Chinese speaking community ever since. Many Chinese students at the nearby UW Madison campus have come to know Christ through the ministry of MCCC and is serving the Lord all over the world. MCCC has always been a non-denominational, independent church in her history. But having been taught reformed doctrines since 2011, the church voted, by an overwhelming majority, to join the PCA as a church plant in September 2016. For more information, please visit our website. Financial support can be mailed to the church’s address: 1510 Madison Street, Madison, WI 53711.
LAMP Seminary Facilitator
Bill and his wife Martha have been married for 42 years. They have four children and 20 grandchildren! Bill has a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry from Covenant Theological Seminary. He is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America. Prior to coming to Jacob's Well, Bill has planted churches in New Orleans, LA and Neenah, WI. Bill is passionate about equipping future ministers of the Word through LAMP seminary and assisting in northeast Wisconsin church plants. Click here to email Bill Acker
Face of Justice Ministries is a non-profit association of Costa Rica committed to defend, shelter, empower and love survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) and improve the lives of men, women and children trapped in prostitution in Costa Rica and throughout Central America through intervention, prevention and restoration.
For more information, please contact Steve Gilroy, Director of Missions
Green Bay, WI
Transformation House is a 30-bed, transitional living facility, which provides men with addiction problems, relationship problems, legal issues, and homelessness with affordable housing while nurturing their spiritual, personal, educational, and social development.
Residents receive life skills classes, counseling, job search assistance, special seminars, financial guidance, and linkage to churches and community resources/services. In turn, men staying in the facility must hold a job or be actively searching, and maintain total abstinence from drugs and alcohol.
Only men who are totally committed to changing their lives are admitted to the program. Our primary purpose is to empower men to regain their independence.