Get to know the Creech Family

In 2005 Michael and Stacy Creech graduated from Ethnos360 Bible Institute, were married, and became members of Woodridge Community Church. Stacy grew up in Papua New Guinea, the daughter of church planters. From a young age she hoped too that one day she could be a missionary. Michael grew up In Texas and moved to Wisconsin to attend Bible School. It was during his time there that God grew Michael’s heart for missions.
For a total of 5 ½ years they stayed working at the Ethnos360 Bible School. During their time helping train future missionaries at the Bible School, they began to pray that God would one day send them overseas as church planters. First, they began by aiding The Waukesha City Church planting team. Then, with guidance and encouragement from the church, they continued missionary training with Ethnos360 in Missouri beginning in the fall of 2012.
After years of prayers and council, Michael and Stacy (along with their 4 kids at the time) were sent out by our church to Dakar, the capital of Senegal. There they began to learn French, which is the broader language of communication for much of West Africa. At the same time they studied culture and continued to pray that God would reveal to them which specific people group would have them work amongst. God faithfully continued to go before them, and in the summer of 2019 they moved to the south of Senegal to begin ministry (now with 5 children).
Currently Michael and Stacy are now learning the heart language of their target people group, as they seek opportunities to build relationships in the community by being servants of the Gospel by meeting physical and spiritual needs as the Lord would lead. Join with the Creeches in prayer that the next steps of their journey would include a vibrant church, with mature believers praising the Lord where historically there has been none.