For 52 years Boyd has been involved in discipling and developing leaders. With 40 years of full-time ministry experience as well as having worked as a Test Engineer, general contractor and a RADAR technician, Boyd has a broad array of experience that helps him understand the complex problems facing spiritual leaders today.
Tonya was born and raised in Seattle, Washington; home to Starbucks, Microsoft and the land of “partly cloudy with a chance of rain”.
Ray and Teryl have been missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators since 1989. The year after they were married, they served in Russia from 1993–1998, on a New Testament translation project for the 2 million Chuvash people;
Paraclete 46 is an inner-city outreach ministry focused on sharing the gospel of Christ by intentionally building relationships with at-risk urban student athletes and their families.
Nicole has been working with Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ International) since 1996, when she started working as an affiliate staff with the Student Ministry at Oregon State University and then spent 4 years at the University of Washington.
Beginning February 2017, Taryn Marshall will be serving with Africa Inland Mission (AIM) having a 3-year commitment as part of an evangelism/discipleship/church planting team among the Karamojong people who are located in Karamoja (northeast) Uganda.
Fred and Linda met and married while attending college in their home state of Texas. Afterward, they both went on to attend Multnomah Bible College for a one year graduate course.
Antioch Bible Church, Tema, Ghana, West Africa opened its doors in January 2004.
Ron and Sandra are from the Pacific Northwest and both are graduates of Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. Local church ministry has been important in their lives together since their marriage in 1983.
Jonathan Rainey is the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Seattle Director ministering on the University of Washington and Seattle Pacific University where he serves the spiritual need for the athletic teams and is responsible for establishing FCA on the university campuses in the greater Seattle area.
Steve and Kathy both grew up in church-going families but truly dedicated their lives to Christ in college. God changed their lives personally and gave them a desire to use their gifts and talents to help others know Him too.
In college, Clyde described himself as “a pagan fraternity boy” before coming to Christ; while Shirin is a descendent of Mohammed, the founder of Islam.