Calvary San Diego supports these like-minded missionaries  around the world through prayer, communication, financial means and short term trips to the field.

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meet the missionaries of the month

paul and melanie billings

We are seeking to plant several churches. Melanie teaches full-time in a local school in which their 5 kids also attend. Melanie also leads worship and women’s ministry in the church. Paul is the lead pastor of the church planting work which entails teaching, discipleship, and reaching the lost with the gospel. 

Abuja, Nigeria

Prince and Florence Lawrence

Prince Lawrence started Calvary Abuja in 2005 after returning to Nigeria from Calvary Bible College in Hungary. Since the start of the church, many other Calvary’s have been planted throughout the country as well as a Calvary Training Center for pastors seeking to plant churches. Prince also plays an oversight role of all the Calvary Chapel church plants in Nigeria. Calvary Abuja has a strong ministry among orphanages and in the recent years, among refugees who were displaced by terrorism.

Prayer Requests:
  • For more open doors for the LORD to gain glory, the saved to be further up and the lost saved.
  • For the growth and maturity of the membership both here at CC Abuja and all the other centers.
  • For financial provisions for the acquisition of land and for the construction of church halls for our various stations in need.
  • For the LORD to enable my wife and I to raise our kids up in His wisdom and knowledge.


the kids kingdom

El Reino De Los Niños is an independent Christian orphanage and home to 35 children in Maneadero, near Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico. The Kids Kingdom was founded in 1989 by Tomas and Maricela Shockey. The Directors, Tomas and Maricela, have continued to this day to dedicate their lives to orphanage ministry. The Kids Kingdom’s mission is to meet the physical, emotional, relational, educational, and spiritual needs of the children that come to the orphanage from backgrounds of abandonment, neglect and abuse. The Kids Kingdom’s desire is to see the children mature into responsible adults whose lives are founded on Biblical principles and whose impact on society will be positive and lasting.

Paul and Melanie Billings

We are seeking to plant several churches. Melanie teaches full-time in a local school in

which their 5 kids also attend. Melanie also leads worship and women’s ministry in the church. Paul is the lead pastor of the church planting work which entails teaching, discipleship, and reaching the lost with the gospel. 


John and Pilar Bonner

John has served the Lord the past 40 years as a missionary, pastor, author, and church planter. John established and currently directs Calvary Chapel Bible College Peru and is also the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Hosanna in Cajamarca. Pilar is the Kitchen Advisor and Finance Advisor at the bible college. He and Pilar are blessed to have three adult children and four grandchildren

Tbilisi, Georgia

Jed and Renee Gourley

Jed, Renee, Anna, Lizzy, Joshua, Rachel, Isaiah, & Emma Gourley. The Gourleys are serving in the small nation of Georgia, located in the Caucasus mountain range east of Turkey. Their vision is to continue with their church plant in Tbilisi, the capital city. An official church has been registered with the government, outreaches are continuing and the gospel is being proclaimed! The Gourleys are also getting involved in a pastoral training program that is working with leaders to reach nearby areas that are virtually closed to Western missionaries. The Gourley’s often travel to share at churches and conferences in Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and other countries around the world.

Yamal, Russia

David and Deborah Markey

We are serving in Northern Russia in a region known as Yamal which translates as “end of the earth”. Our overall goal is to see the gospel go out and change the lives of the indigenous people in this part of the world. We seek to achieve this goal by planting small churches throughout the region as people come to know Christ. Our desire is that these churches be equipped to continue to study through God’s word and its power to change their lives as they fellowship, pray, and draw closer to their Savior.


Colina De Luz

Located just outside Tijuana, Mexico, Colina de Luz (Hill of Light) is home for 50 to 60 boys and girls. How did these children end up at this home? Some have been abused, some orphaned, some abandoned, reflecting the poverty that surrounds their family life and community. Situated on top of a hill, as the name suggests, Colina not only offers a literal and figurative oasis to these desperately needy children, but truly provides a home for them. To learn more about this incredible ministry, please follow the link below.


Cody and Karissa Nunes

Cody and Karissa recently moved to Scotland with their two boys Theo and Mateas. Their desire is to plant a church and coffee shop in Inverness. Inverness has a population of 50,000 and is one of Europe's fastest growing cities, with a quarter of the Highland population living in or around it.

local law enforcement

Code 7

The mission of CODE 7 is to promote the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional health of local law enforcement communities through chaplain ministry, community engagement, education, and consultation networking.


Bill Osborn

Bill has been a missionary in the country of Hungary for 18 years. Bill is one of the original members of Calvary San Diego, starting with the first few bible studies in 1985! He moved to Hungary in 2003 and worked alongside Calvary Chapel in Budapest encouraging national pastors in cities all around Hungary and coming alongside the various church plants that Calvary has started in that country. Bill continues to serve pastors and their churches in many different ways all over Hungary.


Argaw and Rachel Ayele

Argaw and Rachel Ayele are the founders of the Ethiopian  NGO, Ebenezer Supporting and Development Association (ESDA). Argaw also oversees the Ebenezer Family of homes and ministries in Awassa, Ethiopia.  Argaw is originally from southern Ethiopia, and Rachel is from Indiana. They met at Calvary Chapel Bible College Europe in 2005. Shortly after their marriage, they moved to Ethiopia. They have five children; Adonijah, Elias, Genesis, Gracie, and Stella.