Ann has served with Cru campus ministries since 1975. She has traveled extensively, equipping and training staff sent from the Great Lakes Campus Ministries and serving in more than 10 countries in the areas of coaching and leadership development.
Mark and Charlene pioneered Marketplace Development and Enterprises (MDE), a unique organization that promotes church planting by partnering with mature believers taking the message of Jesus to the workplaces of unreached communities.
Lee works with The Seed Company, a Wycliffe affiliate, and serves national translators by helping to develop and manage projects as field coordinator in Nigeria, a country with more than 500 languages. Pam is serving on Wycliffe’s Church Partnership team as the Team Support Specialist, which involves monthly reports and helping with the Wycliffe database.
Ruth serves as the Director of Urbana with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. One of the largest student missions conferences in the world, Urbana is a catalytic event bringing together a diverse mix of college and graduate students, faculty, recent graduates, pastors, church and ministry leaders, missions organizations and schools.
Cindy ministers to International students by teaching English, volunteer teaching in Noblesville, and cultivating relationships through outreach activities such as picnics, game nights, and gatherings for students.
Doug serves at Butler University ministering to student athletes and coaches. He also serves as National Conference Operations Director, overseeing teams who run national conferences for Cru. Darla works with the People & Culture Team (HR) meeting with women on campus visits and helping staff with their transition status updates.
Randy and Valerie Beaverson have served with Youth for Christ (YFC) for more than 25 years. In 2008, Randy became YFC’s U.S. liaison director for the Asia Pacific Area office.
David and Karen work with the JESUS Film project, where David serves as the Worldwide Field Strategy Director, leading the team that equips those on the front lines to strategically use JESUS Film Project for evangelism and discipleship.
David and Emily moved to Italy in 2012 to serve as full-time missionaries. They live in the city of Forli where they focus on evangelism and church planting.
Joe and Kim serve as partners of Community Christian Church in Kenya where they serve in leadership development and mentoring church leaders.
Mark and Stephanie work with Youth for Christ in Barcelona, where they run a youth center and English language learning camp.
Mark and Alyssa started a Bible school to train pastors in Tanzania with ReachGlobal. In a country with few training options, the school meets critical needs for raising up leaders who love God and can lead in their churches and communities.
Scott and Lisa Hicks serve global agencies and overseas workers in multiple ways. Scott consults, counsels personnel, leads training, and troubleshoots for agencies as well as providing workshops, counseling and debriefings (crisis or end-of-term) for overseas workers. Lisa offers encouragement, pampering, and hospitality to global women on home ministry (before they leave for the field for another term). Both Scott and Lisa take multiple trips overseas ministering to workers throughout the year.
Tom and Julie serve with the Jesus Film Project at its headquarters in Orlando, but their mission is mainly focused internationally. Julie serves on the Human Resources team and Tom serves as the Chief Operating Officer.
Dave and Joy are second-generation missionaries, serving with Operation Mobilization (OM) in South Africa. They now reside in Durban, South Africa, where they work to promote and bring mission awareness to churches and individuals.
Jeff and Peg work with Wycliffe Bible Translators where Jeff helps translators and consultants successfully use software programs and Peg translates for two minority language groups.
Kathi serves with The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM) in Guatemala City where she teaches at the Central America Theological Seminary.
The Stoughs work with Youth for Christ in Barcelona, Spain. Isaac teaches English and Jennifer runs the administrative and marketing side of the English academy which raises money for the local ministry. They participate in the weekly club program for the youth and organize retreats and camps for them.
Kyiv Theological Seminary was founded in 1995, just after the collapse of the Soviet Union, to provide solid, outstanding theological education for evangelical pastors and other church leaders, much needed in the wake of communism and religious oppression. Today the seminary has over 400 students earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in programs including Pastoral Leadership, Chaplaincy and Biblical Counseling. Since Ukraine has the greatest religious freedom of all former Soviet republics, students from across the Russian-speaking world from Belarus to Azerbaijan to Kazakhstan can take modular courses at the seminary, which is undergoing significant expansion in its facilities. Faith Church has formed specific strategic partnerships with the Church Planting and Evangelism, Youth Ministry and Christian Education programs, with which we routinely send teams and receive guests.
The Tebbes serve with One Challenge International in Indonesia, where Dan teaches and coaches students. Dan and Michelle both meet with missionary kids in various settings to challenge and mentor them.
Lisa works at the Wycliffe Mobilization Center where she provides resources, encouragement, and accountability for new missionaries as they develop teams of prayer and financial partners.
Tom and Kristi serve with Cru where Tom coaches and develops staff and Kristi serves in a spiritual formation role.
Mark is an evangelistic communicator with InterVarsity where he speaks at outreach events on college campuses across the country. Additionally, he speaks at conferences and churches, contributes to evangelism blogs, and serves with national mentoring initiatives.
Andy and Janet serve as internship staff with Servant Partners in San Jose, Calif. They facilitate an intensive two-year urban training experience for people considering ministry with the urban poor in the U.S. or overseas.
Mark serves as Managing Director of Support Raising Solutions with the Center for Missions Mobilization, helping people work through the number one roadblock for missionaries going to and staying on the mission field: support raising.