We are Randy & Diana Smyth.
It’s not about us. It is about a wonderful Savior who paid our penalty and offers eternal life to all who will believe; even people in remote parts of the world who have not yet heard. We want to have a part in telling the untold.
A mission mobilizer came to Randy’s house in 1970 to tell his family about people who would not hear about Jesus unless someone went to tell them. As a family, they decided they wanted to have a part in the telling.
Working with his family in the dense jungles of Borneo, Randy came to understand the immense importance of transporting missionaries by aircraft. After more than a decade of preparations, Randy flew aircraft in Papua New Guinea for 17 years as a missionary bush pilot to assist missionary teams planting thriving churches among languages groups of people who were still untold. Now he is working to expand the whole team.
Diana’s desire to serve began in college with Cru. She served on Cru staff for many years before marrying Randy and joining him in serving with the Ethnos360 Aviation team.
A key part of completing God’s mission for the church is showing God’s people where they are needed for establishing thriving churches among the unreached people groups. (Why Mobilization?)
God raises up laborers. He often moves people to volunteer or career service through the preaching of His word and the testimony of what needs to be done.
Who will tell the churches and invite them to participate in what God is doing among the unreached languages?
That’s what we do: Speak God’s word, tell people of the needs, and invite them to act in faith to complete the Great Commission.
We want to invite everyone to help us establish A Thriving Church for Every People.
Our role in planting thriving churches of Christians in places where there are none is to inform, inspire and invite those people who will work with us to accomplish the work.
If they don’t know, they can’t go.
We speak “that the abundant grace might through the thanksgiving of many redound to the glory of God.” (2 Cor. 4)
Will you help us?
Smyth introductory ministry video.