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Doug and Jana Rogers - Indigenious Church Planting


Doug Rogers was born to Don and Elaine Rogers, missionaries to Mexico for 34 years. Doug grew up on the mission field and became actively involved in ministry at 13. He was interim pastor at a church in Mexico by the age of 15 and started independently planting churches at 23. His wife Jana was born to Philip and Bonnie Gabbard, missionary evangelists in the U.S.A. In 1999 Doug and Jana were married and returned to Mexico, where they planted three churches. During those nine years, Doug and Jana had three children, Joshua, Jocelyn, and Benjamin. In 2008 Doug and Jana moved to the U.S.A. to plant a Spanish-speaking church and evangelize the migrant work camps in the state of N.C. In 2009, Doug's dad had a massive stroke while in Mexico. As a result of his dad's subsequent death, Doug took on the responsibilities in his dad's absence. Under Doug's leadership, the ministry in Mexico continued to grow and showed the need for Doug and Jana to raise financial support and resume full-time mission work. In 2012 Indigenous Church Planting Ministries was established to start training centers to train church planters and plant churches in all of Latin America. Today, their ministry has seen 41 churches planted, and 28 training centers started in 7 countries. In the training centers, there are over 600 church planters in training. Jana also leads LatMed International, the medical side of their ministry. Through LatMed, they hold free medical clinics in areas they would like to see churches planted and people reached with the gospel. Jana also offers free online health screenings to all the pastors that work with ICP ministries. God has blessed Jana with extensive medical training, and she is using her gifts and abilities to further the Kingdom.

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