David and Amy Julian are Assemblies of God missionaries preparing to use healthcare and community development to cross lines. Learn how they plan to use their background and skills in pediatric nursing and innovative sustainable solutions for water drilling and sanitation, heating, etc, along with a strategy suggested by Peter’s message to Cornelius in Acts 10, to break down barriers of resistance to the gospel in remote Papua New Guinea villages.
Bryan and Renee Webb
Bryan and Renee Webb are Assemblies of God missionaries who have served as the Area Directors for the Pacific Oceania region of Assemblies of God World Missions since the fall of 2017. As area directors, they serve a team of missionaries serving in 23 different countries and territories, providing pastoral care, strategic direction, and administrative oversight.
Prior to the fall of 2017, they served as missionaries in Vanuatu (where they have lived since 2002). Now, as area directors for Pacific Oceania, much of their overall ministry remains the same - just with an expanded geographic responsibility and with a focus on building a strong ministry team.
And you can support Bryan and Renee financially by signing up to support them on a monthly basis or to contribute a one-time gift at their giving page.
You can also support them financially by purchasing Bryan's books The Sons of Cannibals: And More Tales from Vanuatu, Hungry Devils: And Other Tales from Vanuatu, and Spend and Be Spent.
Zechariah Cunningham wants to spend his life to spread the glory of Jesus to the nations and contest the outcome of a battle for the souls of the men, women, and children of Tanna Island. As an Assemblies of God missionary associate, Zechariah Cunningham’s experience in youth ministry, water well drilling, and construction make him a perfect fit for the missionary team on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu.