God continues to add workers to this field of harvest! These are missionaries on prefield who are working towards moving to Togo to spread the reach of the Gospel. Learn more about these missionaries by visiting their websites or use the contact form at the bottom of the page to email them.
Jack and Taylor Kehl are excited to serve at Hôpital Baptiste Biblique. Jack is a surgeon with a heart for education and discipleship. He looks forward to training African physicians to become surgeons and Christian leaders. Taylor is a mother to 4 children and an educator. She hopes to be involved in hospitality as well as in women and children’s ministries. They have a heart to minister as a family to the unreached tribes in South Togo.
John and Anna Kelley are headed to Tsiko, Togo for medical missions at Hôpital Baptiste Biblique. John has a degree in biomedical engineering and will be repairing and maintaining the hospital machines and equipment. Anna would like to be involved in children’s ministries and/or administrative work, and they will both be involved in church planting. Visit their Facebook page
Seth and Rebecca Mallay have the desire to serve at Hôpital Baptiste Biblique. They were in Togo for a year when their daughter was diagnosed with cancer. While they seek treatment in the States for their daughter, they hope to return to Togo again in a couple years. They want to see an increase in mobile clinic ministry to unreached people groups as a means for church planting. Learn more on their website and on their Facebook page
Brandon and Kate Snook desire to be part of God’s plan to reach the lost in Togo through medical missions. Brandon is a surgeon and Kate is a nurse. They plan to serve at Hôpital Baptiste Biblique with the Togo South Team. Learn more about the Snooks at their website.
Jerald and Katie Touchstone are looking forward to serving the Lord through managing the aquaponics ministry that provides nutritious food for the Village of Light School for the Blind in Kpalimé. They desire to help local churches better support their pastors through developing small scale aquaponics systems. Katie would like to help start an internet café, where they could offer some computer training and have space for bible studies. Check out their website to learn more.