Robert and Jeanette Cary, former veteran missionaries and currently World Missions associate field representatives/evangelists, continue to lift high the torch of supporting missions efforts around the world.
Although the Carys have recently struggled through serious health issues—he surgery for cancer and now taking chemical treatments as a preventative measure, and she recovering from spine surgery—it has not dampened their compassion and desire to help the less fortunate.
The integrity of their ministry speaks for itself. In 2016, because of faithful partners, the Carys were privileged to send $67,050 to 21 countries and to American Indian Ministries in five States! Bob’s motto is “the Great Commission must never become the Great Omission.”
In the late 1800s, one of the most influential preachers ever, Charles Spurgeon, said, “The greatest works are done by the ones. The hundreds do not often do much, the companies never; it is the units, the single individuals, that are the power and the might.”
The power and might of God’s provision continues to flow into the lives of the Carys, because, until Jesus comes, they must go.
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