Training. Sending. Serving. Joining Globe


Recent Updates

  • Oct 13 We have our tickets in hand for our departure in November! The last three months have been remarkable. As we sat to plan out a newsletter to update all of you on the faithfulness of God’s provision and care, even down to the most minute details.
  • Jun 23 The Lord has been leading us to move south. We are moving temporarily to North Carolina. As we prayed about this situation, the Lord has led us to a group of missionary homes in Snow Camp, NC. We are excited to take this step towards Nepal!
  • Apr 2 It is official, we have joined Globe International! Our family is excited at this news! The beauty of this is that it allows us to continue doing the ministry we feel called to do -- namely, church planting, pastoral training & theological education.


Paul is a native of southeastern Massachusetts. He spent sixteen years in banking and commercial finance before transitioning into full-time ministry. His passion is working to advance the Gospel to the unreached peoples of the world. He currently serves as the International Director of Communications with Global Mission Nepal and is an ordained pastor. He is a bookworm and history geek, especially church and missions history!

Amy is a native of eastern Tennessee. She works full-time as a homemaker and mother of three children. Her passion is Biblical Counseling and the discipleship of women in the church. A gifted baker, Amy also creates wedding and specialized cakes and other bakery items.

Together, Paul and Amy have three wonderful (and crazy) children: Jackson, Alessandra, and Addison.

Their mission focuses on a city at the base of the beautiful Himalaya Mountains in western Nepal. In this city, They will be ministering through church planting and training, leadership and pastoral development, and theological education to the indigenous church as a means to reach the 29 million unreached Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist peoples of Nepal. Their vision is to see a viable and self-replicating indigenous church planting movement spread throughout Nepal and into South Asia — to the glory of God and for the joy of the peoples there.