Graham and Fiona

Graham and Fiona* are in a creative access location they fondly refer to as ‘Wonderland’. They moved there several years ago after serving African churches in medical outreach in different African locations. They continue to use their medical skills to serve Wonderlanders.

During most of their time in Wonderland they have had team members serving alongside them. Through the wide range of relationships they and their team members have developed in their town, they have had multiple opportunities to share the good news that is found in Jesus. Groups have started to study God’s Word. The Holy Spirit is at work!

Could you partner with Graham and Fiona in this work?

*names have been changed for security reasons

Latest Prayer News

In “Wonderland”, where Graham and Fiona serve, local people have strong ties with extended family in other towns and some move away to be with them. Please pray for those that Graham and Fiona have shared their faith with but have since moved away. Pray that these people will continue to be drawn to God and that they will meet others who will keep witnessing to them. 

Graham and Fiona have been remembering God’s faithfulness, presence and plan as they meet people they have had significant relationships with during their time in ‘Wonderland’. As God draws people to himself, pray that Graham and Fiona will see where he has been at work, and that the Holy Spirit will lead them to relationships, conversations and activities where they can share the gospel. 

After many years of praying that God would grow their team, Rex and Ruby are expecting new team members to arrive this autumn. Praise God that he has answered their prayers! Please pray that their new teammates will settle well, and for Rex and Ruby as they help them adjust while supporting the rest of the team and running the English centre. 

Through meeting up with local friends in a creative access country, Rae has noticed an improvement in her skills in the local language. Thank God for how much she has already learned, and please pray that her skills will continue to increase so that she can share the gospel in a greater depth with others. 

This week, Muslims in Creative Access areas will be celebrating Eid al-Adha, the Islamic festival which commemorates Abraham being willing to sacrifice his son in obedience to God. Please pray that Jesus will reveal himself to them as the perfectly obedient Lamb who truly takes away our sin and gives us peace with God. 

Creative Access

We use ‘Creative Access’ to refer to nations, areas or ministries where there is great hostility towards Christianity and where traditional ‘missionary work’ is not possible. Workers, therefore, need to be ‘creative’ in how they proclaim the liberating news of Jesus Christ. In North Africa alone, 200 million people from 472 unreached people groups are unreached with the gospel. That’s 200 million people unknowingly heading for a Christ-less eternity. LEARN MORE


We long to see Health Professionals practising, modelling and mentoring competent, compassionate medicine, but doing so in places where they will influence unreached people groups for Christ. LEARN MORE
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