When Two Bikes Split A Church

October 19th, 2015

Dr. Christopher Little Mission Frontiers, Nov/Dec 2000 When my wife and I entered Mozambique in 1993, the United Nations listed it as the poorest country in the world. We had been exposed to poverty before, but nothing prepared us for…

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Jean Johnson
Jean Johnson
Missionary, Coach, & Executive Program Director

Jean Johnson joined the WMA team in 2011. With over 29 years of ministry experience, Jean serves as a missionary and coach as well as WMA’s Executive Program Director. She is the author of We Are Not the Hero: A Missionary’s Guide to Sharing Christ, Not a Culture of Dependency. Jean holds a B.A. in cross-cultural communications from North Central University,…

Dr. Valerie Arguello
Dr. Valerie Arguello
Operational Executive Director & Leadership Coach

Dr. Valerie Arguello joined the WMA team in 2012 as the Operational Executive Director. Valerie’s professional career spans over 20 years and encompasses a range of experience, including ministry service as a youth and college pastor, university campus pastor, small group pastor, college basketball team chaplain, leader of numerous short-term mission trips, and a missionary associate to Cambodia. Valerie’s corporate career includes…

Dan Carl
Dan Carl
Coach Affiliate, Co-Founder of International Living Stone Ministries

Dan and Liz Carl are co-founders of International Living Stone Ministries, an evangelism and leadership training ministry working with pastors, youth and children’s leaders. In 2012, thanks to the Lord and coaching from World Mission Associates, the Carl’s turned their work over to Haitian National leaders who formed their own indigenous organization. Currently, Dan and Liz serve as the pastors of…

Dr. Robert Reese
Dr. Robert Reese
Associate of WMA

Robert was born and raised in southern Africa where his parents and grandparents were missionaries. He grew up around missionaries and saw how they worked and interacted with Africans. He attended Bible college in Arkansas, USA where he met his future wife, Mari-Etta. The young couple went to Zimbabwe with their first newborn baby in 1981 to be missionaries. They did church…

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November 24th, 2015

By Dan, Liz & Joey Carl Missionary Pastors and Coach Affiliates with World Mission Associates November 2015 Seeking To Inspi…

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