Steve and Sarah Caton

Michigan is our family’s home, as well as CLC!   We served with you from about 2002-2010 in the areas of Worship/Arts and Children’s Ministry.  Our daughters, Elyse and Kyla were born during our time at CLC. You played a huge role in preparing us to take the Good News to the UK, and we love that we get to continue to serve together in this ministry!

Today, you’ll find us in Bicester, England, serving with Greater Europe Mission, providing leadership for our church and doing local youth work, as well training missional leaders throughout the UK, and helping our fellow GEM missionaries stay connected with God.  We are so grateful for your partnership and prayers!


If you’d like to stay connected, please send an email to info@ukcatons.org.  We will add you to our email newsletter list and send you our Facebook group info.

 

Find out more about Greater Europe Mission: www.gemission.org


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Bob and Marcia Vermaire

Bob Vermaire, a family practice physician from Muskegon, Michigan, spent two months at the La Gonave Wesleyan Hospital in Haiti during his fourth year of medical school. Marcia, an RN, first went to Haiti with the Wesleyan Gospel Corps in 1982 where she spent five and a half months at the La Gonave hospital. Throughout the following years, they have taken several short-term mission trips to various locations in Haiti, including another three and a half months on La Gonave in 1991.

 

The Vermaires feel that God has called them to missions whether they are in Michigan or in Haiti. However, in September 2013, while attending the dedication ceremony of the new La Gonave Wesleyan Hospital in Haiti, they clearly heard God calling their names as ministry needs were described and discussed. In December 2013 Global Partners appointed Bob and Marcia to serve for two years as GO-Net missionaries to Haiti on the island of La Gonave. 

Bob and Marcia want to be the hands and feet of Jesus wherever they are. It is their desire to encourage, facilitate, and support the work of the Haitian Wesleyan Church and the La Gonave Wesleyan Hospital and its medical staff in their mission to glorify Christ and to provide excellent health care to the Haitian people.

I long to see you so that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to make you strong—that is, that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith (Romans 1:11-12 NIV).


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