About The Fletchers and Their Calling

The Calling:

Joshua and Allison Fletcher, and their three children, Grace, Abigail, and Simeon, work in Cuenca, Ecuador, where Joshua teaches in a local evangelical seminary, and Allison homeschools the children. They also actively support local churches and encourage evangelical leaders, pastors, and church planters in their work. Together, their friends and ministry supporters affectionately call them the Fletcher Five.

Before entering the mission field, the Fletcher Five lived in Concord, North Carolina. Joshua left 14 years of ministry in the local church and Allison left 17 years of service in the public school system to become missionaries with One Mission Society. Allison is the daughter of OMS missionaries who also served in Ecuador for many years while she was a child. Their children are now third-generation missionaries serving alongside them in Ecuador.

Cuenca is a growing city, the third largest in Ecuador, and yet, there are many places with no or very little evangelical Christian presence. Joshua and Allison’s heartbeat is to come alongside local leaders and use their gifts and experience to help equip God’s people to share the Gospel and grow God’s kingdom. They are helping the church in Ecuador mature and grow so that the Ecuadorean church can send out missionaries of their own into the fields that are already ripe for harvest.

Please consider coming alongside the Fletchers so that they come alongside others! You can partner with them by going to https://onemissionsociety.org/give/TheFletchers

More About Dr. Joshua and Allison Fletcher 

Joshua was born in Tipton Indiana and came to know Jesus as Lord and Savior at age 15. He lived in Ft Walton Beach Florida of a couple of years before graduating from High School and attending college in North Carolina where he received his BA in Religion from Greensboro College.  Joshua then studied at Asbury Seminary receiving his Master of Divinity degree in 2002.  While serving Crossroads Church in Concord, North Carolina Joshua earned his Doctorate of Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. He served in various capacities at Crossroads  Church from 2002 through 2015.

Allison was born in Somerset KY to OMS Missionaries Jim and Sue Smith.  The Smith family entered the mission field when Allison was just 9 years old.  They served the Lord in Ecuador and Allison graduated High School at Alliance Academy in the capital city of Quito in 1994.  She then attended Asbury University and receive her BA in Elementary Education in 1998.  She has been a school teacher for 17 years mostly as an ESL Teacher, using her bilingual skills and her certificate in in English Language Learning to change the lives of children in the public school system.

Joshua and Allison married in 2000.  They have three children, Grace, Abigail, and Simeon.

 

 

 

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