Asia & Middle East


Agency — Musalaha Ministry of Reconciliation
Location — Israel & Palestine
Ministry — Cross-Cultural

Musalaha is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians as demonstrated in the life and teaching of Jesus. Salim and Kay, along with their sons, endeavor to be an encouragement and advocate of reconciliation, first among Palestinian and Israeli believers and then beyond to their respective communities. Musalaha also aims at facilitating bridge building among different segments of Israeli and Palestinian societies according to biblical reconciliation principles.

Calvary has been supporting the work of Musalaha for nearly two decades and has sent several teams to help serve at the camps.


The mission of Elam is to strengthen and expand the church in the Iran region and beyond.

Elam was founded in 1990 by senior Iranian church leaders with a vision to serve the growing church in the Iran region. From the beginning, Elam's passion was to train and equip Iranian Christians to reach and disciple their country men. In 1990 six emerging leaders arrived in England from Iran to begin their full time ministry training. They lived in a small, two-bedroom flat and used the kitchen as a classroom. Since then, Elam has seen many years of God's faithfulness. By God's grace, the ministry is growing and is being used to strengthen and expand the church in the Iran region in a significant way.

Elam works in the Iranian region to train leaders for fruitful and effective ministry, equip the church with Bibles and resources for evangelism and discipleship, and spread the Gospel through trained evangelists, church planters and Christian media.

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Agency — Frontiers
Location — South Asia
Ministry — Evangelism

In 1984, Calvary members Clark and his late wife Gail began full time missionary service focused in North Africa. In recent years, God redirected them to work among the Muslims of South Asia, one of the largest, poorest, least-reached people group clusters in the world.

His personal mission statement is “With God’s enabling, to do all we can do to facilitate the birth and growth of indigenous church planting movements among Muslim people groups.” His challenging job is to reach Muslims with the Good News and to act as Kingdom catalysts and facilitators of more effective mission outreach to Muslims within his focus region.


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