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Doug and Sally married in 1980. With the first 3 of our six children, we went to Dallas, TX in 1986 to attend the Criswell College, a ministry of First Baptist Church, then the largest Southern Baptist Church in America.

We sat under the ministry of Dr. W. A. Criswell, the successor to Dr. George W. Truett. Their combined ministries permitted First Baptist-Dallas to have only two pastors in 100 years! Doug was ordained as an evangelist at Central Baptist Church on Haymarket Road in Ryle, TX in 1988.


As a student at the Criswell College on a mission trip to El Salvador, preaching in the market of San Salvador.

A civil war made open-air evangelism a risk, but by God's grace there were 600 adult decisions for Christ in one week of ministry.


Our first church. Community Baptist Church in Drexel, NC.

Rented the community center in the village. produced the weekly radio program "Face to Face" for three years on the local Valdese station. During our last year the station manager asked us to do a one-minute daily devotional.


A turning point.

Went overseas to eastern Europe with Pastor John Crabbe.

Traveled one month to nine nations over 6,000 kilometers (Italy, Austria, Lichtenstein, Hungry, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Romania, and Switzerland). During the trip we ministered at a small house church in Krakow, Poland. Our translator took us on our first visit to Auschwitz.


Established Laborers Together as an act of obedience to the Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20) with the purpose of traveling abroad to evangelize the lost and edify the body of Christ. To date, the Lord has allowed us to minister in numerous countries.


Raising support and preparing to go to Poland.

We rented a small apartment in north Warsaw for a few months prior to renovating this log home in a nearby city.

We taught English with a resident work visa and held evangelistic Bible studies weekly in our home.


Organizing Christian youth camps in Poland, taking Polish youths on mission trips to the Ukraine, conducting English language evangelistic schools in Poland, providing orphan ministry in Belarus and the Ukraine.


Conducting Bible conferences internationally.

Countries include Jamaica, Mali, Poland, Ukraine, Kenya, Uganda, India, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Romania, Wales, and Moldova.


Teaching short-term intensive Bible courses at international Bible schools.


We went to Kewanna, IN to assist a small rural church.

Refurbished the basement for Kids Club, added a pastor's study, began a youth group, and conducted outreach events in the village.


Sally's home town of Broadalbin, NY and Broadalbin Baptist Church. Dad was pastor here as well here from 1972-80. During our pastoral tenure, we were active in the choir, AWANA, Children's Church, MOPS, and youth.

Member of the BYC (Broadalbin Youth Commission) and coached several years in the youth recreational leagues.


Assisted in founding an indigenous mission in Poland.

The mission is active: (1) publishing Christian books, (2) supporting missions in Moldova, (3) hosting Bible conferences, (4) conducting children's camps, and (5) distributing Operation Christmas Child Christmas packages (organizes evangelistic events and publishes gospel booklets to coincide with OCC).


Executive Director and Program Director at Sacandaga Bible Conference and retreat Center in Broadalbin, NY.


Adjunct Professor at Fulton-Montgomery Community College in Johnstown, NY.


2012 - 2015

Adjunct Professor at Davis College, Johnson City, NY.

2012 - Present

Scott Jacobs and Commandment 11 Ministries

Taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Prisons and Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers.

2013 - Present

The Foothills Christian Life Center

Outreach center located in Johnstown, NY and dedicated to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in relevant ways to the 75% religiously unaffiliated of Fulton County, NY.

2015 - Present

Davis College

Intercultural Ministries Chair


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