Dr. Harry E. Fletcher
Dr. Fletcher is Vice President of International Ministry & Pastoral Care with Good News Jail & Prison Ministry. In this role it is his responsibility to oversee the entire ministry both here in the U.S. and internationally. This includes providing communication, direction, training, encouragement, and support to the chaplains, as well as overseeing the financial and administrative functions of the ministry. He also meets with donors and potential donors to share the ministry, including how God is working in the 23 countries they serve. He and his wife Muriel travel extensively, both here in the States and internationally, speaking on behalf of the ministry.
Bob & Deb Lehman
Bob & Deb serve under Wycliffe Bible Translators at Faith Academy in Manila, Philippines. The school serves children of missionaries in the Philippines and throughout Southeast Asia. Bob teaches Advanced Placement Psychology and Deb is the Educational Support Services Director and develops and oversees learning centers at all grade levels. She is also responsible for the testing of special needs students and supervises the Special Education teachers. Bob also works in the Human Resources Department in the areas of member care and community outreach helping to develop new programs to assist the school in better meeting the needs of both the mission community and the local community. Shiloh is their home church, and we are privileged to be their sending church. Their two younger children, Nathanael (17) and Rebekah (15) serve with their parents in Manila. They have two married daughters, Theresa and Rachel, and six grandchildren who live in the States.
Carl & Caroline Kishbaugh
Carl is the World Team Pastoral Care Coordinator. He and Caroline work as a team to provide pastoral care to World Team missionary personnel all over Europe. Carl is responsible for developing and implementing policies and plans to improve and expand pastoral care to help missionaries move through transitions in a healthy way. As part of their ongoing ministry they provide encouragement and edification as they visit with missionary staff. They also work to build networks with other pastoral care centers through regional conferences and missionary retreats. They have two married adult children and three grandchildren.
Christopher & Maggie Hostetter
Chris and Maggie serve with New Tribes Missions in Papua, New Guinea as tribal church planters among the Pal people. With language learning completed, they have focused on lesson writing, teaching, discipleship, leadership training and translating the Bible. They began chronological Bible teaching in August and have been encouraged by the response of the Pal people. They come early to class, in large numbers (150) and listen intently. They have four children: Micah (9), Cole (7), Maisie (5) and Bailey (4). Chris is the son of Steve & Brenda Hostetter, missionaries now serving at Oak Hills Christian College in Minnesota.
Dr. Jobe & Jenna Dee Martin
Dr. Jobe Martin is President of Biblical Discipleship Ministries. He and his wife, Jenna Dee, travel extensively throughout the U.S. and abroad to present the biblical world view and biblical absolutes to varied audiences. They have produced a DVD series, Creation Proclaims. Dr. Martin is the author of the book, Evolution of a Creationist. They have two adult daughters, Taryn and Mirren who also serve in their ministry.
Missy is the Director of Child Evangelism Fellowship of Columbia-Montour Counties and is responsible for all aspects of the local CEF ministry, including enlisting and training volunteers, caring for the CEF property, promoting and publicizing the ministry, and conducting the Teacher Training Class program. In addition she also directs and teaches Good News Clubs and Released Time Classes. She organizes and oversees the summer camps and clubs and does follow-up with the children reached. She supports the State Headquarters Staff by serving on various committees for CEF of Eastern PA and teaching and training newer workers.
Todd & Sue Coral
Todd & Sue serve in Southeast Asia with CRU. The primary focus of their assignment is the More Than Conquerors/Beauty for Ashes ministry. They conduct retreats for men and women, train staff, speak at conferences, and develop curriculum for small group Bible studies. The goal is to develop and expand the ministry internationally. Todd continues to be involved in Crisis Management by preparing the CRU staff for and helping them with all forms of crises (natural disaster, security, medical, relational, etc.). They have two children: Christopher (18) and Joanna (14), who attend a Christian international school.
Robert & Carole Campbell
Robert & Carole, former members of Shiloh, now reside in Richmond, Virginia, where Robert serves as a staff member with Nurses Christian Fellowship, a specialized ministry of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. He now works primarily with professional nurses within the Blue Ridge region including Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The focus of his ministry is evangelism, Bible study, prayer, discipleship and leadership training in an effort to provide support for nurses when they face work-related spiritual and ethical challenges. Robert also represents NCF at the Urbana Missions Conference and has been a presenter at international NCF conferences. He and Carole enjoy spending time with their four married sons and their families.
Maria serves with Bible Club Ministries International in Recife, Brazil. At the BCM Latin American Leaders Conference this past summer, she was chosen to be the new BCM Brazil National Director. Her various responsibilities include: coordinating Bible Clubs for kids in schools and in homes, Training Center Coordinator, Camp Director, and coordinator of Evangelism Countryside. She has a burden to reach all kids for Christ. Much of her ministry involves children who live in the slums and who are exposed daily to drugs and violence. As a result of the weekly Bible Clubs, the gospel is being shared with over 6,000 kids. During Evangelism Countryside outreaches, she and a medical team provide medical care and the “good news” of Jesus Christ to the poor and suffering in remote areas. She lives with her two brothers in Recife.
Bob & Carol Givens
Bob & Carol serve with SIM as Appointee Coaches sharing their 28 years of experience as field missionaries to help prepare the next generation of missionaries through their Relational Development Ministry. As “coaches” and “trainers” they share in the process of sending out a new wave of cross cultural servants who are heading to some of the most challenging areas of the world. Several times a year they travel from their home base in McAlisterville, PA to the SIM headquarters to fulfill their responsibilities. They have three adult children and six grandchildren living in different parts of the world.
Kari & JoAnn Kosobuki
Karl & Jo Ann serve with Crossworld in Raleigh, North Carolina. They are partnering with several others to reach out to international university students and visiting scholars at NC State. They have International Bible Study on Fridays, as well as other Bible studies and meetings during the week. They host meals for internationals in their home, Jo Ann meets many through teaching ESL, and Karl teaches a Bible class for international students at their church. They have had the privilege of sharing the gospel with Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, atheists and skeptics from every inhabited continent in the world. They also mentor those who become believers and praise God for the fruit they have seen. They have four children: Justin and Annie, and Lydia, who are attending college, and Elizabeth (14) at home.