Parker Habermehl is a senior at Ozark Christian College getting a degree in Biblical Communications with a minor in Organizational Leadership. He is from Roanoke, Texas, and feels called to serve in full-time ministry after graduation.
Tag: Church Catalyst
Sam and Becca Loibor-Mongi are currently preparing to serve in Kenya with our Church Catalyst team. Sam will work within ongoing Disciple Making Movement (DMM) initiatives there, as well as help with leadership development within Community Christian Church (CCC) churches.
Michael Grimm is preparing to go to Mexico City to serve with the Church Catalyst team to support the ministries that are already taking place there.
What could it look like if the lessons learned from years of campus ministry outside the church were applied from within a church?
Janeen Newman’s skills and training as a women’s health physical therapist and Neil’s interests in developing churches and leaders make them a natural fit for the work of the CMF team in Ivory Coast.
She’s a four-year veteran of the Globalscope Canvas team in Birmingham, England, and Taylor Batte planned to continue with the ministry “until I felt called to something else.” But then that “something else” came along, and Taylor will spend next year helping pioneer a Globalscope-style space to develop a community of young professionals in her city.
Joe Cluff was looking for a short-term missionary experience as he neared the completion of his master’s degree when he connected with CMF, but the suggestions of serving in Thailand and Indonesia didn’t sound right.
Former CMF missionary Greg Coley will return to CMF this summer in the position of Assistant Director of Church Catalyst Ministries.
“I’ve known Greg since he and his wife Allison served as REACH interns and kept in close contact ever since,” said David Giles, Director of Church Catalyst Ministries. “His name was one of the first to come to mind for the role because he is a good thinker, relationally astute,