Chris & Anne Troy

Career Missionary since 2017, serving the Georgians of Georgia.

Chris grew up dreaming of becoming a doctor and bringing healing to people. While he was studying hard toward his lifelong dream, God called him to the ministry of healing souls instead. Not without a fight and after spending a lot of time in prayer, Chris changed the focus of his studies to Theology and then dedicated his life to spreading the gospel.
Anne grew up in a mission-oriented family. She also had a dream: a normal, stable life, unlike the one she experienced as a missionary child. She never felt the call to long-term ministry until she experienced God at work in her own life during the ministry she shared with Chris. After participating in a lot of projects involving children, she is now delighted to raise and love two little miracles of her own, Evan and Emily.
Chrisn and Anne worked on two projects in unreached areas of Romania and Ukraine and have been blessed to gain a new perspective on mission amid the challenges of a very traditional, Orthodox, ex-communist culture. At the same time, they got in touch with AFM and had the pleasure of sharing a project for a few years before they started to consider making foreign missions their career. After they prayed and experienced God at work again, they happily answered the call to the Georgia project, being impressed by the needs of this country of 4 million people where the Seventh-day Adventist presence is only five thousandths of one percent. Sharing a similar background with the Georgian people, they are committed to meet their needs and introduce them to their Savior, Jesus Christ, in a way they never heard of Him before.

Frontier Stories

The Midnight Fireworks

Make sure to count your blessings thoroughly. As for me, I will always be thankful for the midnight fireworks.

By: Anne Troy
August 01 2022, 9:03 am | Comments 0


As the ground shifts under our feet, we are repeatedly reminded that when we pray for a breakthrough, we should expect trouble first. They often come hand in hand. But as we well know, “in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.”

By: Anne Troy
July 01 2022, 10:44 am | Comments 0

Common Ground

I was speechless. Mrs. Inga was praying for us! It was the first time anyone said that to us here in Georgia. At that moment, it was not our differences that mattered—that we were vegetarians, alcohol abstinent or that we did not party. What mattered was our sameness—suffering, having needs and praying to the same Father, despite our different beliefs

By: Anne Troy
April 29 2022, 9:15 am | Comments 0

The Heavenly Supra

I sometimes wonder what the Heavenly Supra will be like and how many of our Georgian friends we will reacquaint ourselves with there. It is the invitation we dearly wish to pass on. Please pray that many of them will say yes!

By: Anne Troy
March 01 2022, 2:25 pm | Comments 0

The Lost Wallet

As I dried out our two pairs of shoes, I couldn’t help but smile. Yes, that wallet did mean trouble. But I was glad to have gone through it. After all, wasn’t that what I had prayed for?

By: Anne Troy
January 01 2022, 12:37 pm | Comments 0

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