John and Dee have been married for 38 years and partnered in various areas of service including youth work, senior pastorate, church planting, and missions. Dr. Cook is the founder and CEO of Indigenous Ministries. “What is our greatest delight? Definitely our family; the Lord gave us four children and now that they are grown, we are blessed to have six grandchildren!” Read more
Resty and Mel minister in the Philippines with passion to equip the Church in the Philippines and Indonesia. Resty’s skills, honed in corporate America coupled with Mel’s Nursing skills provide their full-time ministry a solid foundation bringing Christ’s love through medical clinics and various outreach programs. Ministry: Medical education training, micro-business projects designed to instill self-sufficiency economically with learned skills and trades, working with the Church and its leaders to train and develop a stronger base and outreach. Read their latest newsletter Enguerra Bamboo Journey! Read the Southeast Asia Ministry Flyer Transforming Lives
Sarah is the Executive Assistant for Sponsorships. She has a heart that desires to serve the Lord and make a difference in the lives of others for Christ. The Lord burdened her heart for children and international ministry when she was in junior high and it has been her privilege to serve with a number of different ministries helping children here in the US. The Lord orchestrated her position within IM to oversee the child and student sponsorships program in Egypt, The Philippines, Iraq, and India. She brings a compassionate heart and energetic skill set to the team. In her position, she is responsible for communicating with those who are sponsoring children and/or Bible College students. She also facilitates communication between sponsors and their sponsored child or Bible college student. Sarah says, “It is exciting to see the Lord working through IM, and I am honored to be part of it. This is my dream job and I am amazed at how the Lord has prepared me for this task.” Read Sarah’s latest newsletter: March 2018!