Mitchell and Gerri Fox began in missions in 2002 as part of the" Maxwell Team" lead by Pastor Daniel and Kay Maxwell of Calvary New Life Tabernacle in Gerald, MO. They have helped build Bible schools in Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon islands. They have actively served in various leadership positions in the church: Men’s Ministries, Audio/Visual Ministries, Ladies’ Ministries, Sunday school teachers, ACE model school supervisor, teaching home Bible studies, outreach and preaching. They have helped several Church-in-a-Day projects in Missouri, South Dakota, and Virginia. With a burden for missions the Fox’s received approval as Aimers to Fiji in 2007. In 2008 the Fox’s moved to Baytown, Texas with Pastor W.L. Atchison. They were privileged to expand their ministering with a broader cultural and population base. Sister Fox was able to learn many facets of church finance and administration as the church secretary for Harvest Temple and Temple de Fe. She also started a bus ministry, taught Sunday school and help in the youth ministry. Brother Fox concentrated on outreach, bus ministry, preaching, home Bible studies, and teaching the ACTS class while in Texas. They both attended Soul Winners Boot Camp and helped in Galveston, TX with a blessing the community event with Bro Tim Downs. In late 2009, the Fox’s began traveling with their jobs at nuclear facilities, which has taken them all over the country. They have been blessed by being able to attend church with some of the greatest people in the UPCI and great pastors: F.L. Ashley in Cleburne, TX; Billy French in Glen Rose, TX; W.E. Shiflet in Palestine, TX; Jimmy Smith in Hastings, NE; Joseph Forbush in Richmond, VA; William Love in Charlottesville, VA; Jared Arango in Newport News, VA . Working with a variety of Pastors, Ministers, and Evangelists broadened their view of ministry. In 2010, the Fox’s, as a family, served three months in Fiji on AIM. They taught in the bible school; spoke at different churches each week, spoke at several district events, and helped with the cultivation of the church farm. During their ministering many were baptized and received the Holy Ghost. The time was well spent in assimilating their children for a future lifetime of ministry in an unknown culture. During that short time their daughter broke her clavicle; their son severely cut his foot; and Brother Fox contracted typhoid. Each trial they faced allowed them to see the reality of living in a different country. The rewards outweighed the difficulty and the Fox’s proceeded to apply for a full time appointment. In 2011, the Fox’s decided to only work in Virginia and make Bible World in Chesapeake, VA their home under Pastor Jack Cunningham. Since being in VA, the Fox’s have worked in ministry in Children’s evangelism, outreach, and reap from the ministers training provided by the leadership. Each step the Fox’s have taken has prepared them to be effective in ministry, both at home and abroad. In March 2012 the Fox’s received their first appointment as intermediate missionaries to Fiji. When the Fox’s arrive back in Fiji, they will be in the capitol city of Suva. They will teach in the Bible School and follow the direction of the National work in Fiji; minister throughout the islands, 110 populated, as the opportunities arise; and encourage the brethren to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. They are also hoping to start a campus ministry at the University of the South Pacific to reach the surrounding island nations.