Who We Support

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  • Zac + Julie Stutler -Dominican Republic

    Zac and Julie Stutler have served in the Dominican Republic since 1988.  They were instrumental in beginnings of the House of Blessing and the Encounter Church in Santo Domingo.  They also worked for four years in Theological Education ministries on a national level.  In 2009, the Stutler's moved to Punta Cana to begin an outreach to the professional families moving into the area.  In 2011 they led the team that started "Alianza", the first evangelical church in the community where they were living.  Zac and Julie are presently a part of the Pastoral Team of this young, developing church.  They are involved with many different ministries within the church and the community.  Recently they developed a Marriage Coaching program which combines pastoral counseling, teaching and mentoring aimed at helping couples have successful Christ-centered marriages. For more information on their ministry, visit their website.

  • Bruce + Becky Dyke -Dominican republic

    Bruce and Becky Dyke are well known by all who have been part of the work teams traveling to the Dominican Republic. For many years the Dykes served as managers of the Alliance Guest Home in Santo Domingo where work teams stay. Bruce serves as the field leader and coordinator of short-term work teams. Bruce and Becky are involved in Alliance Marriage Encounters in Santo Domingo.


    Craig & Sue Querfeld have spent the last 20-plus years as church planters and plan to spend the next 20 mentoring younger church planters.  Craig has a regional leadership role within TEAM in South America, supervising and guiding missionaries in several countries.  Sue is involved in member care and uses her coaching skills to enhance the ministries of several people in South America and around the world.  They continue to serve in their local church, teaching and discipling Peruvian believers.


    Alexa (Higley) Randall grew up attending Pine Knolls and attended college as many do right after high school.  While at the University of New Hampshire she felt God calling her to join a sorority to be a light in a place on campus that not many Christians go.  After spending four years as a student involved in a campus ministry that reaches out specifically to sorority and fraternity students on college campuses, Greek InterVarsity, Alexa decided to work for them to continue reaching out to this often unreached people group on the University campus.  Alexa has served this population for the last 5 years and is the head Greek IV staff at the University of New Hampshire.  She leads Bible studies, leadership development, and discipleship of students in fraternity basements and sorority living rooms every week.  For many college students the last thing they think they will find in their Greek house would Jesus, but with the way God has been working through Greek IV many students are.

Kent + Chris

Kent and Chris are medical missionaries in Southeast Asia.  They use their medical and nursing skills to heal bodies and to create opportunities for hurting people to consider their need for the Savior.  Seeing churches planted and disciples made are the goals of their ministry.  Kent and Chris serve the needy through two clinics - one with the government, and another which is church-based.  When not doing medicine, they host short term teams, seeking to bring together strong partnerships between national churches and churches from 'back home'.

Kyle & Erin Esposito - Young Life

Kyle and Erin both came to know Christ through Young Life and their local churches when they were in high school and have been involved in Young Life ever since.  During college they served as volunteer leaders and worked for Young Life at one of their premier resort properties for high school and middle school students, Young Life Saranac Village on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks.  After college Kyle worked at Saranac Village for four years before moving to Glens Falls to start Young Life ministry at SUNY Adirondack and step in as the Young Life Area Director for Southern Adirondack Young Life.  He now supports and manages many Young Life groups in the greater Glens Falls Area including SUNY Adirondack. Kyle and Erin live in Glens Falls with their two young children, Lucy and Peter.