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Service To Servants


"Surrendered to Serving Those on the Mission Field"

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Service To Servants


"Surrendered to Serving Those on the Mission Field"

 

OUR MISSION

Service to Servants exists to reach the nation of Liberia for Christ by supporting those in the mission field with by training, equipping, and supporting in any way the God allows us to.

 
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What We Do


Reach, Serve, Provide, Create, and Foster Cooperation.

What We Do


Reach, Serve, Provide, Create, and Foster Cooperation.

REACH - To Reach the nation of Liberia for Christ

SERVE - To Serve those who are doing God's work in Liberia.

PROVIDE - To Provide educational, financial, economic development, logistical, and informational services at no cost to those being served.

CREATE - To Create self sufficiency of the ministry's ongoing operations through economic development within Liberia.

COOPERATION - To foster Cooperation among God's people serving in Liberia and America to provide the ability to reach all of Libera for Christ in this generation.

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How We Do It


Support and Provide Services

How We Do It


Support and Provide Services

SUPPORT

STS seeks to serve all Christian individuals, organizations and churches who are doing God’s work in Liberia and/or are supporting such work from outside the country.

ProvidE Services

STS provides a wide range of services including shipping coordination, accounting services, education, economic development assistance, financial integrity training, financial assistance and much more.


Click on the links below to see our blog on S2S activities in Liberia or ways you can get involved with your time, prayers, talents, and resources...

The Team


The Team


 
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Pamm McKee Jones and Bruce Jones

Pamm McKee Jones is currently the president of Service to Servants.  She first traveled to Liberia in January 2002 and stayed for four years serving as Principal of The Salvation Army Training College.  She made three short term mission trips to Liberia and Ghana in 2008, 2010 and 2012 and connected with Service to Servants, participating in their shipping ministry.  Upon retirement from The Salvation Army in Sept. 2013, she returned to Liberia and began working with Service to Servants full time.  Pamm has a Master’s Degree in Leadership and Ministry, a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Theology degree.

 

Bruce Jones is a board member for Service to Servants.  He spent 40 years as an Officer in The Salvation Army in the West, Central and Southern areas of the USA.  As a CPA with an MBA, he spent most of his career in accounting and business disciples.  He has also served as adjunct professor at Trevecca University and Nazarene Bible College and is a seminar speaker/teacher regarding personal and retirement planning.  He still works part time preparing taxes and conducting financial analyses for non-profit organizations. 

 

In May 2016, Pamm and Bruce were married. They traveled to Liberia in September 2016 Between them, they have 7 married children and 19 grandchildren.  They are enjoying married life, getting to know each other’s families and delighting in opportunities for ministry in retirement.  The outreach and ministry with Service to Servants is a priority for them.

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Beccy Lanier

Beccy Lanier is our prayer warrior and coordinator serving STS. It is said that God moves mountains and prayer moves God. We believe that prayer is the engine that drives STS and Beccy embodies the heart and soul of why we do what we do.

Beccy has been married to her husband Bill Lanier for 30 years and has three children. She currently works at Sherwood Baptist Church in Georgia.

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Rodney and Gayla Edwards

Rodney and Gayla Edwards are the co-founders of Service To Servants and have served as members of the Board of Directors since the inception of the ministry.  Rodney first travelled to Liberia in 2004 and many times since. Gayla has joined him on three of those trips.  Gayla and Rodney own a consulting business in Nashville, Tennessee that works with cemeteries and funeral homes throughout North America. They enjoy their six children and five grandchildren immensely and enjoy serving in God’s kingdom wherever He directs.

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Joe Lelee Sloan

Joe Lelee Sloan is the onsite representative for STS in Liberia. Joe was introduced to Dr. Pamm McKee in 2014 and began assisting STS with local project work. Joe is well known for his attention to detail and follow through with any task he takes on.

Joe earned a degree in BS Electronics engineering and is single with one daughter.

As a salvationist, Joe also serves as secretary for his church the Monrovia City Corps. 

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David Bearchell

David Bearchell brings many years of diverse experience to STS. David first met Rodney Edwards in 2009 and participated in a trip to Liberia to bring electrical generators to 5 needy areas.

David holds a BS in engineering from West Point and has worked for many prominent companies and organizations. David also sits on several boards in addition to STS.

David has been  married to his wife Karen Bearchell for 35 years and has 4 children and 6 grandchildren. Among his many interests David enjoys classic cars, Lacrosse, music writing and reading. David has a servants heart for Liberia and is passionate about its future and the needs of the Liberian people.

 

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Tony Leek

Tony Leek became involved with Liberia through David Bearchell. Tony is a certified project manager and is also certified as an IT security professional. Tony assisted with the project planning for the installation of 5 generators in Liberia and also made a trip over to Liberia in 2011 to teach project management. Tony has been  married to Beth Leek for 34 years and has 3 childen.