"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you." Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV)

With words like these, our Lord Jesus Christ commissioned His disciples to reach out to Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and the uttermost parts of the world. Taking these words to heart, we believe the spreading of the gospel and the planting of New Covenant churches is an integral part of all we do at Killeen Bible. We currently support missionaries in Mexico, India, and the United States.

As you get to know our missionaries we trust that their stories will encourage you to say, "here I am Lord, send me". Knowing that "God's work, done God's way, will never lack God's provision", we constantly pray that the Lord will raise up others in our midst to bring the message of God's wonderful forgiveness and reconciliation to places where Christ is not yet preached.

Our Missionaries

Conant and Janice Carr


Displaying conant and janice cloudcroft.jpg Conant serves as a chaplain to law enforcement personnel in southern New Mexico. He and Janice met while on a missions trip to Ecuador in 1973 and married in El Paso, Texas in 1975. Responding to God's call to missions, Conant graduated from LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas, in 1978 and continued further education at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon. The Lord opened the door for ministry through American Missionary Fellowship in 1983. Initially, Conant and Janice pursued a Spanish ministry in the Mesilla Valley of New Mexico. In 1991, an opportunity opened to serve as Police Chaplain for the Sheriff's Department of Doņa Ana County. Conant now serves as a full-time Chaplain, available to the nearly 25 Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement agencies which serve within southern New Mexico. Conant earned a Masters of Theology degree from International Seminary in Plymouth, Florida, in 2007. He and Janice have five grown children and seven grandchildren, all of whom reside in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Prem & Anita Waghmare


Born into a Hindu family in India, Prem served in the Indian Air Force for over eight years. Although he made a profession of Christian faith during his teen years, Prem was not savingly converted until 1984 while reading The Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan. Prem received a Masters of Divinity degree from Covenant Theological Seminary, and in 1985 he founded International Community Outreach, Inc., in Kansas City, Missouri, a ministry to international students. While in the United States, Prem continues this student ministry, but his primary ministry is in his native India, where he and Anita currently are engaged in evangelism and church planting. Prem and Anita have been blessed with seven children.