Jonathan & Jeanine Autrey serve as missionaries in the Dominican Republic. Jonathan is a second-generation missionary who grew up in the Dominican and returned to plant churches among the Dominican people. They serve in Veron where Jonathan pastors Celebration Baptist Church.
Theo & Isabelle Gbeblewou are Native missionaries to Togo, West Africa. After completing Bible college in the States, Theo returned to Togo where he has been active in church planting, pastor training, and Christian radio ministry in the capital, Lome.
Dr. Earl & Tami Hammons surrendered to serve in the Dominican Republic after visiting there on a short-term missions trip. The Hammons are serving in Santiago at Barrio Nuevo Baptist Church.
Tom & Dora Hill have served as missionaries since 1986. For 25 years they lived among the Navajo people in the Southwest. In 2010 they came to serve with Landmark Baptist Missions Home Office.
Tom serves as Field Director and Dora is the office manager for LBM.
The Hills return periodically to the Navajo Reservation to train Navajo church leaders.
In 1996 Larry & Nellie Hoyle joined Landmark Baptist Missions as missionaries to Montana. Seeing the need to assist in struggling churches in the Northwest, they have actively served in many positions. They presently conduct Vacation Bible Schools and tent meetings in this sparsely churched area of the United States and serve in their local church in Havre, MT as well.
Takafumi (Tea) & Rebecca Miyashita have served as missionaries in Japan for over 30 years. Tea pastors Tsukui Baptist Church in the city of Sagamihara.
Missionaries to Ecuador, Daniel is a native Ecuadorian and Melissa a second generation missionary. The Medinas are on deputation and anxious to return to Ecuador to serve in full-time ministry.
Timothy is a missionary to Ecuador. As a second generation missionary who grew up in Ecuador, he desires to return there to serve full-time among the Ecuadorian people, especially among teens and young adults.