Foreign Missions

At Good Shepherd, it is our honor to support these Foreign Missionaries:


~The Alvears~

Reverend Raul and Janice Alvear have been missionaries for many years. Sis. Janice first went to Brazil thirty-seven years ago (as of 2004). She was a very young single girl with a call to be a missionary. She married Rev. Raul and together they have fostered many other missionary works in Brazil. Many of their children also are involved in the missionary work in Brazil. To read some of Janice Alvear's articles click here. 






~The Carvers~

 Richard and Margaret Carver are missionaries, and the product of missionaries. Born in Sydney Australia, they had life-changing experiences in 1967 by the missionary efforts of Glen and Iris Bogue, pioneer missionaries to Australia for the United Pentecostal Church International.

After completing Bible School, Richard & Margaret Carver departed Australia as missionaries to Papua New Guinea. Later, they were to also become missionaries to New Zealand, Fiji, and now Australia / South Pacific.

The Carvers have two children, Rachel and Richard, who are both married and Associates In Missions workers; and four lovely grandchildren, Matthew, Ryan, Laura and Timothy. To learn more, visit their website and follow their dedicated, exciting ministry; in the past ... the present ... and the future by God's grace.



~The Basmadjis~

George Basmadji's from Syria and became a Christian after another missionary won him to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. Since then God has blessed him and given him a great wife (Julie) and family. George and Julie Basmadji are currently reaching the Middle East from their home base in Amman, Jordan.

   September 2019   
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