• Scott and Debbie Warner

    In 2004, Scott and Debbie Warner experienced their first mission trip to New Tribes Bible Institute in Jackson, Michigan. Since that time, the Lord has given them a growing desire to serve overseas in full-time missions. They have been on several trips with work teams in the U.S., Mexico, Colombia, Puerto Rico and Haiti.

    The Warners were originally accepted by One Mission Society in September 2011 to serve as regional directors with Men for Missions. They have led numerous short-term work teams to Haiti and served on several Homes for Haiti teams, which is an OMS-sponsored project in which OMS is partnering with local Haitian churches to build houses for people left homeless by the earthquake of January 2010. They know the Lord is building a firm foundation in the hearts of the Haitians and teams assisting in the projects to help in a meaningful and lasting way. The Warners have recently been called to serve full-time on the mission field in Haiti and are honored to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Scott and Debbie will lead work teams and coordinate with the local Haitian churches in the building project. They will also provide hospitality to the teams staying at the OMS Villa Ormiso, a 50-bed guest house.

    Scott has worked in the printing industry as a press operator, and in November 2010, he received his first layoff in his 23 years of employment. At that moment, they knew God had opened a door of opportunity to fulfill the call on their lives in full-time missions. Debbie also worked in the printing industry as a purchasing agent. However, through much prayer, they felt God was leading her to stay home with their children and begin to pursue their missional calling.

    Scott and Debbie have two daughters and a son. Jessica is majoring in teaching English as a secondary language and minoring in Spanish at Indiana Wesleyan University. Cyle is a freshman at IWU with an interest in music and worship arts. Joshua is a sophomore in high school

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