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Missions and Outreach

Radius International
Missionary Training

Radius International seeks to carry the gospel to every point around the globe through training pioneer cross-cultural church planters. Jesus calls us to be His witnesses, to reach the very edges of the world with His message of salvation. Radius International prepares missionaries for the realities of pioneer church planting among the least evangelized peoples of the world.


Joseph and Jessica
On-Site Mentors at Radius International

Joseph and Jessica both graduated from Taylor University and were married in 1999. Joseph served as a youth pastor in Bakersfield, CA until moving in 2006 to Louisville, KY where he recently received his Masters of Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. God has blessed Joseph and Jessica with four precious children (Daniel, David, Joshua, and Joy). Joseph and Jessica currently serve as on-site mentors for Radius International.


Brad and Beth Buser
Radius International

After 20 years serving as missionaries in Papua New Guinea among an unreached people group, Brad and Beth returned to San Diego where they served as National Representatives with New Tribes Mission. In 2010, after many years of planning, Radius international was founded. Now, Brad and Beth travel and speak on the behalf of Radius. They teach Biblical Foundations, Church Planting, Team Dynamics and about high stress family and parenting. Brad also serves Radius as a Director, an Instructor, and a board member.


Brandon and Rachel Buser
Biem - Papua New Guinea

Brandon is engaging in frontier missions amongst the Biem people in Papua New Guinea. The Biem are a people who have never, in the history of their tribe, heard the Good News about Jesus Christ. Brandon is privileged to be planting a church among this unreached people group along with his wife Rachel and their children Briana, Brady, and Gracie.


Brooks and Nina Buser
YembiYembi, Papua New Guinea

In 2003, Brooks and Nina began living amongst the YembiYembi people in Papua New Guinea. The YembiYembi are a people who have never, in the history of their tribe, heard the Good News about Jesus Christ. Brooks is privileged, along with his wife Nina and son Beau, to be planting a church among this unreached people group.

In 2014, a 30 minute documentary about the Buser's work among the YembiYembi was produced entitled YembiYembi: Unto the Nations.

Brooks and Nina are currently praying about what they should do next, now that the YembiYembi Church has been successfully planted.


Joe and Rachel
On-Site Mentors at Radius International

Joe and Rachel serve as On-Site Mentors at Radius International where they prepare Cross-Cultural Church Planters for the difficulties of life, among unreached people groups. They were married in 1999 while working for a Christian Camp in North Carolina. After getting married, Joe joined the Army where he spent the next 10 years before leaving to become a Student Pastor and earning his degree from Liberty University. Joe and Rachel have three children, Madi, Marcella, and Jude.

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