At Friendship Church, we are proud to partner with the work of Christ locally and globally! Here is a page of our friends at work in the world. We are thankful for their stories of service and love to people everywhere. For us, it’s more than just supporting our missionaries financially. We strive to have personal relationships with our missionaries. Most of our missionaries are new to the mission’s field yet we believe it’s important to invest in new ministers and seasoned alike! 

Than and Megan Graffam

Hope Project

Hope Project helps kids in the areas of nutrition, education, shelter, and spiritual development. Through long-term partnerships with pastors and missionaries, this organization acts as the bridge between the people who want to help and the children who so desperately need it. Hope Project was founded in 2013 by Than and Megan Graffam. Previous to Hope Project, Than and Megan had been kids pastors in the local church for 10 years. They played with the question, “What if we had unlimited resources?” Though far from their reality, they knew that if they had unlimited resources they would find pastors and missionaries around the world who were helping children, hear their vision, and do what they could to help equip the local church to fulfill Biblical commands. Hope Project currently has long-term partners in 3 different countries, two in Central America and one in Southeast Asia. Than and Megan have a desire to expand to 6 countries total and believe over time that can be possible. They believe wholeheartedly and have seen evidence that together, we can change the world. Hope Project International is a U.S. non-profit, public charity, approved by the IRS as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. 

Taylor Harrison


My name is Taylor Harrison. I was called into missions when I was 16, and now I am in Belgium and I am able to serve by being apart of  Church Planting and Anti-Human Trafficking. God is doing some awesome things here in Belgium. I am so thankful for the love, prayers and support.  Without you this wouldn't be possible 

Andrew and Bekah Kennedy


My wife, Bekah, and I met at Southeastern University while taking a Missionary Life and Work class. During college, we both had opportunities to serve both locally and overseas. During this time, God put a desire in our hearts to share our life and the gospel with those overseas, especially those in the 10/40 window. After our son, Obadiah, was born and after paying off our school debt, we had the opportunity to serve in Thailand at a girls’ home from 2018 to 2020. This ministry was founded to help prevent human trafficking of girls in the northern hill tribes in Thailand. We are dedicated to use our careers as both a nurse and teacher to share the gospel with the unreached. Andrew, Bekah, and Obadiah Kennedy 

Danny Lamastra

El Salvador

When Danny began college in 2011, he decided to minor in Spanish with no real consideration of becoming a missionary to Latin America. Over time, though, God began to lay a burden on his heart for this region of the world. At the same time, he was gaining a love for urban ministry through volunteering at an urban missions center near his college. These two loves collided when Danny discovered Christ for the City International, and shortly after graduating, he committed to become a missionary with our El Salvador base, where he works primarily with convicted gang members in The Master’s Workshop prison ministry.

Greg and Nikkita Lewen

Canary Islands 

We are the Lewen Family, Greg, Kita, Lana and Liberty.  We are missionaries with the Assemblies of God World Missions. We have served since 2013 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. On the island of Gran Canaria, the island in which we live, statistically, less then 0.2% of people consider themselves evangelical born again believers. In this traditionally Catholic culture, many people have become so secularized that they don't want anything to do with Christianity or they have never heard the name of Jesus Christ.

We have a heart to see the lost, found and the international community on our island encounter the name of Jesus Christ and the love that He has for them. We pray that our lives will glorify Christ and His sacrifice.

We are pastors of Christian Life International Church. It is an international church in a city full of internationals and we pray to be the light in our city. We believe our mission is to be in the city to reach the nations.

We love the calling placed on our lives  and are grateful for the opportunity to live it out. 

Adam and Sarah Quinn

Costa Rica

Adam and Sarah Quinn Red Universitaria Costa Rica Red Universitaria (RU) Costa Rica was launched in 2015 by Adam and Sarah Quinn. RU exists so that every student on the 60 university campuses in Costa Rica may know the One who created them, loves them, and redeems them. RU achieves this through daily LifeGroups, one-on-one discipleship, an active online community, and a strong leadership development track. Each LifeGroup is facilitated by student leaders because students reach students best. The long term goal is to develop a fully sustainable, Costa Rican led ministry.

Adam and Sarah are also excited to plant a church near the University of Costa Rica in 2021. This church is focused on community and strongly emphasizes small groups, authentic relationships, and actively sharing the hope of Christ. This is a different methodology than the norm, and this church will be a launchpad to plant other churches throughout the country having already identified the first 3 target communities - all areas with high populations and very low church success.

Adam and Sarah have been in missions for over 10 years. They spent 3 years working on university campuses in Oklahoma with Chi Alpha and then have been in Costa Rica since 2014 with the Assemblies of God World Missions. They have two young children, Sadie and Atlas, who love being a part of the ministry, eating arroz con pollo and patacones, and celebrating anything with a piñata.

Chris and Amy Stubbs

South Africa

We are Chris and Amy Stubbs and we minister in South Africa. We have three kids. Benjamin and Grayce are students at Evangel University, and Ian is with us in SA and in grade 10.  Our main ministry focus is Pastoral Training. We assist at Southern Africa School of Theology and have done so since 2009. I am currently the Dean of Academics and do some teaching. Amy has also taught quite a bit at the school.  We also partner with a local pastor who runs a feeding program in a village near the Bible School. 

Joe Vidrine


Hi, my name is Joe and I’m a missionary to Cambodia.

I graduated from Southeastern University with a degree in music business to become a music producer and the owner of a recording studio. During my time at Southeastern I went on a missions trip with Overland in 2017. While on the trip, I realized that there isn’t a better way to spend my life than to share the hope of the gospel to those who didn’t have the opportunity to hear it; sharing the hope and love that I received from a relationship with Jesus and having a community of believers to learn and grow with.

The following year, I attended Overland Missions ‘Advanced Missions Training’ program to learn the skills to become a full-time missionary. During the training, I felt that God wanted me to be in Asia, so I joined staff with Overland as a Sector Missionary to Cambodia.

I’m so excited to be moving to Cambodia to share the Gospel and raise up a people who know God and how much He loves them! I will be there for many years bringing the Gospel to many who haven’t had the opportunity to hear it and those who are deemed too remote to reach.

My goal is spend the rest of my life in Asia proclaiming the name of the Lord to all who will listen.