We were married on July 4th, 2013, and immediately began serving the Lord together in our church. We have enjoyed singing in the choir, working in the Christmas drama, teaching boys’ Sunday School, directing the Master Clubs (elementary grades Wednesday program), and serving in church visitation together. The Lord blessed us with our daughter Anna Faith November 2, 2014. Timothy Richard Stalcup, Jr. was born February 5, 2017. Throughout the past several years, we have prayed and researched how the Lord might enable us to impact the nation of Afghanistan. We look forward to serving the Lord as a family in New York City evangelizing Afghan Muslims there.
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One evening when I was a young child Dad explained to me the truth of Rom 5:8—While I was yet a sinner, Christ died for me. On August 21, 1987, in our house in Kansas City I trusted that Jesus Christ died in my place for my sin. Our family was involved in evangelistic work in Mexico and Texas for 10 years. I was baptized in Mexico at 6 years old. In fourth grade at a revival service I dedicated my life to Christ. I first considered missions to Muslims during a missions conference in Jr. High. After graduating from Ambassador Baptist College I received a certificate in linguistics at Baptist Bible Translators Institute. In 2009 I had the privilege of traveling to Central Asia where the Lord gave me a burden for the people of Afghanistan. In the summer of 2012 in my personal Bible reading, I was challenged from Hebrews 13 regarding remembering the persecuted and serving the Lord no matter the cost.
I also had the privilege of being raised in a Christian home. In Rockford, IL, on October 30, 1994, Mom explained that I was a sinner in need of a perfect Savior. “Whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved” (Rom 10:13). That night I trusted Christ was the payment for my sin. The following year, I was baptized at Windsor Baptist Church. I had the privilege of attending North Love Christian School from kindergarten to twelfth grade. In a high school chapel I surrendered my life to the Lord to be used of Him however He should choose. I attended Bob Jones University from 2005-2009 and received a Bachelors Degree in Special Education with an English minor. After graduation, I taught for four years at Tabernacle Baptist Academy in Virginia Beach, VA. During one missions conference at Tabernacle Baptist Church, the Lord specifically worked in my heart to surrender to whatever mission field He may lead me next in my life.