Red Bowl is Grace Point's fund that supports our missionaries and strategic partners as they carry out God's work on foreign soil.
Red Bowl supports both members of Grace Point serving in full-time ministry overseas and our strategic partners, trusted indigenous ministers who facilitate Grace Point's work around the globe.
Click to Participate in Red Bowl. A small, but uncommon, sacrifice from those of us who live in abundance can spark global transformation through our missionaries and partners throughout the world.
Red Bowl Missionaries and Partners
|Rev. Willie Dengler
Willie Dengler has been the Pastor of Mayfair Baptist Church in central Johannesburg, South Africa for over 4 decades.
Pastor Willie is also the President of World Hope Africa and oversees a prison ministry that is ministering to more than 30,000 prisoners.
Pastor Willie and his team minister to the needs of those around them, feeding in local squatter camps twice a week and running robust ministry programs for all in the community.
Grace Point’s relationship with Daniel began back in 2003.
Daniel has a beautiful wife, Simone and 2 daughters. Because he was delivered from drugs as a young man, Daniel has a passion to help men and women overcome addiction.
He leads a team ministering to the community through the Celebrate Recovery Ministry in Recreio Baptist Church. He travels several times a year across Brazil and even to the United States to speak to share about Drug awareness and that Jesus Christ is the answer to those who are addicted. He has worked with several Drug Rehab Centers helping with their strategy and vision.
Gami and Cathi Ortiz
Gami and Cathi Ortiz have served as missionaries at Nehemiah Vision Ministries near Chambrun, Haiti since May 2013.
Along with raising their four children (Miguel, Kayla, Sandra, and Isaac), Gami and Cathi serve in vital roles overseeing much of the Nehemiah campus and coordinating all foreign teams and area outreach.
Gami and Cathi have an expansive territory and big vision to reach the hundreds of thousands of area residents with the Gospel. With spiritual development as the foundation for everything they do, they are then able to offer humanitarian aid to the desperate poverty of the people they serve through education, training, nutrition, and economic empowerment.
Jennifer has trained under Teresa Devlin to begin running the Rancho Hogar Agua Viva children’s home once it opens in 2013. A mentor of Jennifer’s put her in contact with Teresa, and she is currently working in the city of La Ceiba, teaching school until she moves out to the 17-acre orphanage property.
Much of Jennifer’s journey since coming to know the Lord has been about being open to God changing her plans, and she is thankful that she has been given a new “dream” rather than pursuing her original plan of attending law school. Jennifer has known since she was fifteen years old that she wanted to raise children that were not biologically her own, and her heart is overflowing with joy and gratitude at this opportunity to be working for the kingdom of God in such a way here in Central America.
Pastor Paulino Esquivel operates Casa Hogar Bethseda, a home for mentally and physically disabled children and adults in Piedras Negras, Mexico. He has from 15-20 individuals of both genders, children and adults with cerebral palsy, autism, down's syndrome, multiple sclerosis and other disabilities.Pastor Paulino developed a true affinity for physically disabled and mentally challenged orphans in 1994 when he accepted a young man with special needs, named Frederico, into his church's day care.
Pastor Paulino is also pastoring again a small church near his home and relies upon donations from Christians and churches to support Casa Hogar Bethseda. Grace Point sends teams regularly to help with the orphanage and the his church.
Francisco and Eileen Lopez
Francisco "Paco" and Eileen Lopez are missionaries serving at the Pan de Vida Christian orphanage in Querotaro, Mexico, which is the home of about 110 mistreated or abandoned Mexican children. Besides just the basic necessities, such as food, shelter, and doctor appointments, Pan de Vida offers these children an elementary, middle, and high school education, and even has started its own bachelor of education program so the children can continue on to higher education.
Paco and Eileen plan on serving at Pan de Vida for a few years where they are both serving God and growing in the Lord. Their dream is to eventually start planting churches in places in Mexico that have not heard the Word of God.
Undercover Missionaries to Closed-Access Islamic Nations
Grace Point supports multiple missionaries in closed-access Islamic nations. These missionaries take the Gospel into areas where the spread of Christianity is not only frowned upon, but illegal.
For their safety and the ongoing sensitivity to their mission, we keep their identities secure and ask that you continue to pray for them in their difficult environments.