Missionaries DPC Supports
We believe that every Christian is a missionary within his or her sphere of influence, whether that is in Chandler, Arizona, or in Beijing, China.
We also believe that God calls believers to bring the Gospel to every tribe and tongue and nation around the world. In order to help bring a greater vision of what God is doing around the world and to challenge our members to consider either short-term missions work or a long-term commitment, we host missionary speakers throughout the year. In addition, we learn about, host, and financially support missionaries to Muslim nations, Spanish-speaking nations, and Indigenous people groups. (Note: Missionaries to Muslim nations are neither pictured nor are they listed on our website in order to maintain their security).
D. H. & Emily Henry
Missionaries to the Navajo Nation
D. H. and Emily met at Covenant Seminary in 2008 and married in 2010 with a shared vision to minister to one of the native tribes in North America.
In 2015 the Henrys moved to the Navajo Nation, which spans Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, to work with a local ministry, focusing on outreach, counseling, culture, and language acquisition, as well as supporting and resourcing seasoned Navajo pastors. After being ordained by the Southwest Presbytery, D. H. saw the challenges his fellow pastors faced on the Navajo Nation, and at the same time felt a growing passion for future leaders.
The Henrys now focus on training and preparing young indigenous leaders to become better equipped to bring the gospel of the kingdom to their tribe.
To learn more about the Henrys or to request to receive their newsletter or donate to their ministry, CLICK HERE:
Peter and Jenny Boling
Missionaries to La Paz, Baja, Mexico
Peter and Jenny have been members of Desert Palms Church since 1997, and have been international missionaries for 12 years. Having served in Bogota, Colombia in theological training, discipleship, and pastoral support, they then transitioned to use their skills and experience to work in church planting in La Paz, Baja, Mexico.
Peter was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and attended Phoenix Seminary. Jenny was born in Mexico City and felt called to missions when she was very young. They began working full-time in ministry in 2000, and joined Mission to the World in 2010. They are currently partnering with Pastor Benjamin and Doctor Blanca Romero, church planters, to establish a fellowship in La Paz.
To learn more about the Bolings or to request to receive their newsletter or donate to their ministry, CLICK HERE: