SERVING IN : United States
MINISTRY FOCUS : Member Care
Michael Collins is the Chaplain of Globe International. With his extensive pastoral experience and dedication to serving missionaries, staff, donors, and their families, he brings a wealth of wisdom as well as emotional and spiritual support to his role.
Having served for 44 years as the Lead Pastor of a local Christian Congregation in Pensacola, Florida before joining Globe International demonstrates his deep commitment to ministry and supporting the spiritual needs of a community. Additionally, his personal life, being married to Pam Collins with three adult sons, two daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren, contributes to his understanding of family dynamics and the various challenges and joys they can bring.
Michael has a rich tapestry of experiences that benefit the Globe International community, providing them guidance, counsel, and support in his role as Chaplain.
Thank you so much for your prayers and financial support! If you would like to partner with Michael, you can give online through the link on the left or mail a check to the address below. Checks should be made out to Globe International. Please write “Collins” on the memo line.
SERVING IN : Ukraine, Europe
MINISTRY FOCUS : Evangelism, Mercy Ministry
We are the Perekotiys, a Ukrainian and American family! We have been entrusted with four beautiful children: Chambers (2013), Lev (2015), Mila (2016), and Remington (2019). Our story began when we met in Ukraine in 2008. After living on the Gulf Coast of Alabama, we packed up our gang in 2018 and moved to Odesa, Ukraine, a beautiful, historic port city on the Black Sea. While visiting family in Alabama in 2022, the full-scale invasion broke out in Ukraine. We decided to remain in the US for the 2022-23 school year while supporting our partners in Ukraine through the War Relief Fund. In August 2023, we launched back overseas to share the Gospel among Ukrainians. We are based out of Bucharest, Romania, where we can serve refugees and be close to the Ukrainian border.
Through the War Relief Fund we have sent medical aid, vehicles, food, and education supplies to those in need. The needs of the vulnerable will only increase as this crisis continues, and we are committed to partnering with our friends and partners to meet those needs. We pray to use these resources to rebuild Ukraine when the war ends.
Our heartbeat has always been caring for the vulnerable and fatherless. Our vision is to see Christ proclaimed as we serve vulnerable children and families with national partners and churches. We also serve the unreached deaf community, and provide training and trauma resources for families and volunteers. Thank you for journeying with us!