Jake Bramer

Missionary to Rwanda

Jake Bramer is a police officer who was an atheist until he was 35.  Once saved, God called him to missionary work.

In 2012, Jake travelled to Rwanda where he met a young pastor, Peter [Jean-Pierre] Nkunda.  Jake quickly fell in love with Peter, his family and the orphanage run by Peter in Rwanda.

Since then Jake has visited Rwanda regularly to love on the children, disciple, evangelise and support the spread of the gospel there.  Jake travels with his wife, Zoe.

Jake has always given open invitations to anyone else called to do mission work.  Over the last couple of years he has been joined by his friend Pam who is also in law enforcement in Florida.

Jake’s favorite verse comes form Isaiah 6 verse 8:

Then I heard the Lord asking, “Whom should I send as a messenger to this people?  Who will go for us?”  I said, “Here I am.  Send me.”

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Joe & Maureen Jones

Missionaries to Sudan, East Africa and South East Asia


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Joe and Maureen are both British by birth, but have lived in Africa for nearly 30 years.  

They both moved to Africa in the early 1980’s where Joe worked a number of years in industry before becoming an associate pastor of a large church in Johannesburg, working in Hillbrow [one of the most densely populated areas in the world at the time] among other areas.  In 1997, Joe and Maureen moved to Kenya with their two sons where they planted churches and trained pastors.  Churches were planted in East and North Africa.

In 2010, Joe began learning more about Christ-centred communities and House Churches.  Discipleship and disciple making have always been important to Joe and Maureen, introducing small communities to these concepts has taken their ministry in a different direction.

In 2014 Joe visited a country in Southern Asia where he met a young lady, Noshee, and through her a number of Christ-centred communities have been established in this area.

Joe and Maureen make full use of modern technology to continue being in contact with training and discipling those in Africa and Asia.  They also visit these places annually to maintain the relationships.

In 2019, Joe and Maureen moved to Jamestown, TN as missionaries with New Ground Ministries where they are working alongside a local program for addicts in recovery.  They also have established a Christ-centred community in Jamestown and are developing relationships with other such groups in Middle and East Tennessee.

Noshee Jones

Missionary to Southern Asia and East Africa

Noshee is a missionary working in Southern Asia and East Africa.  She has successfully established many Christ-centred communities using discipleship and disciple making.

Pam Woehr

Missionary to Rwanda


In 2017 Pam saw an invitation to go on a missions trip to Africa from her friend Jake Bramer. In February of 2018, she ventured across the pond to Rwanda, Africa with Jake. Pam instantly feel in love with the people, the culture and the land.  Since then, Pam has been faithfully going to Rwanda to minister to the children, disciple and spread the love of Jesus. 
Pam has always had a willing heart for missions. She has been on several mission trips during the last 25 years. Since falling in love with the African people, she has focused on going to Africa every year to share the gospel. 
Pam is a detective in Florida where she lives with her husband, Bobby. 

Jean Pierre Nkunda

Pastor and Orphanage Director, Rwanda


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Daniel’s House 

Jean Pierre (Peter or JP) lives in Rwanda. During the genocide in 1994, he lost his entire family when he was just 8 years old. Peter was saved from the genocide and taken to a safe place to be raised by his neighbors’ mother. After the genocide, Peter completed his studies and even joined the military there. Peter is married to his wife Evanys. They have three boys, Jacob, Abel and Gabriel. Gabriel was adopted as a baby when he was located in the bush. Peter started taking in children several years ago. As the need grew, Peter found support through New Ground Ministries. 
Jean Peter is now the director of Daniel’s House named after a child located in a village that was clinging to life. 
The orphanage now has over 400 children of all ages. Through the grace of God, the children are thriving with many in school and several in college. Peter is a pastor like his father was. Peter often travels to distant villages and areas around Rwanda and Burundi, preaching the gospel and encouraging discipleship. Peter often goes to his old village and has forgiven his neighbors for the death of his family members.
Peter was recognized as an official missionary through New Ground Ministries in 2020 . He works closely with missionaries all over the world to learn and teach discipleship wherever he goes. 

Jandevi Karki

Missionary to Southern and East Asia 

Jandevi (known as Jeni) is a missionary working in Southern and East Asia.  

Isaiah 6:8-9 God says “whom shall I send and who will go for us?”  I heard God’s voice call me to go to the nations.  I responded:  “I’m here, Lord.”  I saw that many people were dying without hearing the gospel.  Since 2014 I have being doing the ministry of making disciples and sharing the gospel to unreached people groups and hard places of Nepal and Uttar Pradesh in India.