Middletown Bible Church exists to see Jesus Christ exalted among all peoples. 


"How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in Him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, 'How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news' " Romans 10:14-15

Christ’s Great Commission compels us to take the Gospel to our nearest neighbors as well as to the ends of the earth. The ultimate reason for our existence is to send and support missionaries, plant churches and train indigenous pastors who also pastor and plant sending churches. 

Missionaries & Ministries We LOVE and Support Around the world

  • Ashlee Trenery ~ CURRENTLY SERVING IN cameroon, africa

    Ashlee was born and raised at MBC and we are thrilled to send her as our first home grown missionary. For more information click here.

  • Mendo Lake Women's Clinic ~ California

    Jennifer Deutsch is MBC's home missionary, serving women in Mendocino and Lake Counties as a Patient Resource Manager and Patient Advocate for CFLC.

    For more information goto their website here:



    The Bible College - Fulfills its mission by working in conjunction with the Lord and His local church to further mature fruitful servant-leaders who are successfully employing their spiritual gifts and faithfully practicing them within one's own church.

    The Seminary - Fulfills its mission by working in conjunction with the Lord and His local church to fashion each of His gifted, fruitful, and called men into expositors who shepherd

    "Proclaiming the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ"

    ~ 2 Corinthians 4:6                   

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  • Zech & Brianne Browning ~ Hartstone Bible Camp, California

    Hartstone Bible Camp is a Christian ministry that serves churches in the Northern California region. Its mission statement is to share Christ’s love by serving churches through a camp experience.

    Zech grew up in Northern California with a great enjoyment for the outdoors. Brianne grew up all over the Northwestern United States with a dedication to family and hard work. They met at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT in 2001 through a common passion for country dancing. They married in Middletown CA in 2006 and are blessed to have five children. For the majority of their married life, the Browning’s have been a ranch family raising Angus cattle, with Zech dabbling in Law Enforcement for a short time. They have always desired to serve on a mission field, envisioning the timing to be when their children were grown and out of the house. But to their surprise and delight, God has opened an opportunity for them to live this dream early while raising their family in a full-time ministry context. Man plans his ways, but the Lord directs his steps! -Proverbs 16:9

    Zech serves as Hartstone’s Projects & Repairs Manager where he is responsible for all emergency repairs, preventative maintenance repairs, and all building projects and upgrades to the camp. Brianne is a full time wife and mother along with homeschooling their children. Brianne has extensive background in the food industry where she and Zech ran their own restaurant. When Brianne has opportunity she loves to volunteer and help where needed. Not only does she have great experience giving input to Hartstone’s food reputation, she also has a great eye for design decorating.

    Visit Hartstone's Website Here

  • Denver & gaenor Solomon ~ Cape Town, South Africa

    Denver Solomon interned as a pastor-in-training under Mark Christopher for the better part of a decade, before becoming the Pastor of Living Hope Bible Church in South Africa. He views his ministry as both a calling and a privilege, not an occupation. Denver has been focused on training men to be leaders of their families and disciple-makers in the church. It is his hope that Living Hope would be able to start a ministry training center in the next four or five years.

    The church is also developing a Philosophy of Ministry for Missions and is aiming to have annual mission trips to Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and other surrounding rural areas.

    Denver has recently graduated from The Master's Seminary to be better prepared to teach and preach. He and his wife Gaenor have twin sons, Joshua and Aaron.


  • Hope for the Uganda Child Project ~ Zana, Uganda

  • Mark & Debbie Christopher ~ Cape Town, South Africa

    Mark Christopher first became interested in South Africa when he met a young South African lassie, who worked in the library of the Bible College he attended. They were married in her home church in Newcastle, South Africa in 1987. After getting married they ended up working in Debbie’s home church for some sixteen months. Upon returning to the states in late 1988 they knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that God wanted them to return to South Africa.

    After graduating from The Master’s Seminary in May 1994 they hastily raised the support they would need to return to the land they love so much! Mark’s ministry is twofold: Mark has worked as a church planter and is now teaching at the Evangelical Bible College and preaching at the Everglen Baptist Church while still helping to develop leadership at the Living Hope Bible Church that he helped to plant. He has recently had several opportunities to teach on the radio, as well as write on key issues from a biblical perspective.

    Mark and Debbie have two kids, Micaiah who is a student at The Master's University and Janelle who is a graduate of The Master's University.

  • Dr. Michael Canham ~ Worldwide

    Mike serves as missionary theologian-at-large with Biblical Ministries Worldwide. Based in his home/sending church (Community Bible Church, Easley, SC), Mike seeks to partner with biblically sound local churches and missionary agencies in helping to build up the church internationally by providing specialized, seminary level training on an itinerant basis to pastors and other church leaders serving in parts of the world where traditional seminary training is neither available nor feasible.

    Mike Canham will be serving as Transitional Pastor at Middletown Bible Church from October through December 2022.

  • Nonilo & fely Sanchez ~ Mindanao, Philippines

    Nonilo Sanchez has a desire is to plant churches where the Doctrines of Grace are taught from the very beginning. Grace Mobile School of Theology and Ministry (GSTM) and Sola Gratia Theological Seminary exist to teach these glorious doctrines to the whole body of Christ in their country, with a view to begin reaching out to the Muslims with the gospel.

    Nonilo founded Sola Gratia Ministries, which focuses on equipping pastors with the tools for accurately preach and teach the Word of God. The GSTM Mobile School provides a solid biblical, theological and ministerial training in any educational and cultural context of the local church in the islands of the Philippines. Nonilo and other teachers travel to various provinces, bringing training right to where the people are. In the last two years, God has raised up Sola Gratia Theological Seminary, where Nonilo concentrates most of his time and ministry, while still overseeing the mobile training of pastors through a team of equipped teachers. Nonilo and his wife, Fely, have four children.

  • S & A ~ India

  • Tan & Kaarin molina Spain

    Church planters in Santiago de Compostela.

    Video update

  • Vanensio & Eddy Bamwitirebye ~ Bubukwanga, Uganda

    Vanensio Bamwitirebye is the pastor of Bubukwanga Grace Community Worship Center in the Bundibugyo district, a region on the border of Uganda and Congo devastated by fighting that left many people displaced, widows, orphans and HIV/AIDS related problem. His wife Eddy helps raise his four young children, all of whom suffer from sickle cell, a disease that particularly prevalent in this region of Uganda. 

    After training and teaching at Westminster Theological College with Emma Kiwanuka, God gave him the burden to plant a church among the Bundibugyo displaced people. He shared the vision to a number of leaders including Geoffrey, Smith, Robert, Jacob and Deo. After, time of prayer and fasting they planted the Bundibugyo Community Worship Center church in 2002. God has allowed the church to minister and teach in Hospitals, Jails (prisons), to the nearby pygmies, to the poor and afflicted of Bundibugyo. 

    He and his fellow pastors are planning their newest church plant at Bulileya. This will be their 4th Church Plant in 2 1/2 years, with those new churches running about 250 people each. The Gospel is exploding along the Congo Border!