Jeanine and Walt serve as International Ministries global consultants, training teams working with historically underserved religious groups including pastors, missionaries, development workers and partners, teaching them to be more effective communicators of the good news of Jesus Christ.
Kim works with a team of indigenous leaders to manage a multi-faceted response to the needs of tribal peoples: HIV/AIDS prevention education, care for those who are HIV+ (including the House of Love for women and children affected by AIDS), ministry to people with disabilities, youth ministry and education and economic development work among migrants in locations spanning from traditional villages to urban slums.
Our intent is to assist our colleagues to . . .
Slow down and listen to God.
Build spiritual and self-care practices for healthy, long-term cross-cultural service.
Develop safe and trusting community in answer to the isolation and loneliness.
WE ARE MISSIONARIES TO MISSIONARIES.
A needed and welcomed spiritual care role.
Kristy Engel is a pediatric nurse practitioner who as a global consultant focuses on the health of individuals worldwide.
Unloading the long awaited container of “White Cross” medical supplies to the D.R. Congo takes a team of ten and two vehicles. It will soon be shipped out to a dozen hospitals anxiously awaiting the materials.
Wayne serves with IMA World Health in the Democratic Republic of the Congo …which helps Congolese fight starvation with disease resistant and high protein food crops and works with Congolese farmers to generate income for many decades with a new variety of palm tree that produces abundant oil. Katherine serves with Congolese Christian health professionals and grassroots community leaders.