Members in Mission

As a community, we are called to partner with God to send out workers to spread the gospel and help bring people into relationship with Jesus. MPPC currently has 68 members in mission, most of whom are placed in long-term career service; about 20% serve 3 or fewer years. For security reasons, we do not list all of our Members in Mission. Thank you for your prayers for their ministries and their safety.

Steve and Kim Blewett

Wyliffe Bible Translators

Papua New Guinea

Steve and Kim Blewett are advisors for translating the Bible into the Rapoisi language of Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea. Kim is also providing computer consulting to various translation teams and supporting the SILAS Bible draft printing system.  She has been helping to develop computer solutions for mother tongue translators living in remote locations around the world.

Today about 200 million people do not have the Bible in their own language. Wycliffe’s vision is to see the Bible accessible to all people in the language they understand best. To make this vision a reality, Wycliffe also focuses on community development, literacy development and church partnerships.

Berna Bone

Southeast Asia

Berna Bone' served in South East Asia (Malaysia and Indonesia) establishing relationships with local folks, especially MB Christians, and she also served as a volunteer staff person in a church plant in Puchong, Malaysia called City Discipleship Presbyterian Church which has 60 - 75 attendees every Sunday.  Currently she is on furlough being a care-giver to her sister while leading a covenant group mentoring women seeking to dig deeper into God's word.

Joyce del Rosario

East Palo Alto

Joyce is the Executive Director of Program of New Creation Home Ministries, a program for teen mothers (ages 13-22) and their children in East Palo Alto that includes housing, parenting classes, and Bible studies.  She supervises 6 staff members and 150 volunteers.

Bill and Linda Dickson

Global Mapping International


Bill and Linda Dickson are committed to the vision of Global Mapping International (GMI) which is to see information play its proper role in promoting mission and in getting the mission planned and done. They believe that the right information, in appropriate formats, readily available to the right people, makes all the difference in carrying out God's mission in the world.

GMI is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the cause of world evangelization through applied mission research, mapping and publishing. GMI is focused on producing and presenting world-class research to fuel emerging mission movements and leaders.

Andy and Sunjong Elliott


As part of a global communication team, Andy does special projects for international leaders and helps maintain YWAM’s database on ministries, schools, and outreach opportunities.  Sunjong does English teaching and Bible studies with Korean women.


The YWAM ministry is comprised of people of all ages, from over 149 nations, united in a common passion to know God and to make him known.  This is achieved by partnering with churches and lay leaders in the Body of Christ to create awareness and by sending out short-term outreach teams.