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Global Partners

Here are most of our global partners that TLC supports.  A few cannot be listed as they serve in closed countries.  We have a beautiful printed booklet that highlights each of our partners and is a great tool in getting to know them as well as how to pray for them.  If you would like a printed copy, you can pick one up at the church office or email  and we can mail a copy to you.

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Terry & Jeannie Dalrymple

Terry & Jeannie Dalrymple


Terry founded the Community Health Evangelism (CHE) Network in 2008, and serves as their Coordinator of the Global CHE Network Service Team.

After years of service in the Philippines as a church planter, Terry pioneered for Contact Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) in 9 countries in Southeast Asia, working together with partners to establish CHE ministries in more than 400 communities. Later as International Coordinator at MAI, he guided the expansion of a growing CHE movement with a truly global footprint. He is a capable teacher, trainer, author, and enthusiastic speaker on the subjects of Biblical holism and transformational development. Terry is married to Jeannie who works as a nurse at the Mayo Clinic. They have three adult children.

Community Health Evangelism (CHE) is a Christ-centered educational program that is being used by hundreds of Christian churches and organizations across the globe. CHE equips communities to identify issues and mobilize resources to achieve positive, sustainable change. Lives and communities are transformed as people come to Christ and work together to address local needs.

The Million Village Challenge is a global partnership initiative to end poverty worldwide and take the good news of the Gospel to unengaged villages inside the 10/40 window. Using the proven strategies of CHE, partners who accept the challenge come alongside villagers living in extreme poverty, empowering them to find solutions to six key areas contributing to cyclical poverty – water, food, education, income, wellness, and worldview.

More info HERE