Stuart manages Amani Gardens Inn (the former Mennonite Guesthouse) and Amaris works as a physician at Kijabe Mission Hospital.
Leon and Naomi serve globally, providing theological teaching, leadership development, and encouragement to EMM’s partners.
Richard and Jewel* serve globally as EMM consultants, connecting with fellowships, teaching, and training as opportunities arise.
David and Grace serve globally as missiological consultants. They focus specifically on enabling a ministry of peacemaking and encouragement for churches, especially in areas where the church is under pressure, and working at Muslim-Christian peacemaking. They are members of EMM's Christian-Muslim Relations Team.
Jonathan serves globally as a consultant for churches and leaders, especially in the area of teaching/training Christians how to build life-giving relationships with Muslims through dialogue, peacemaking, witness, and hospitality. He is a member of EMM's Christian-Muslim Relations Team.
Blessed with three decades of experience interacting with Muslims and the ability to communicate in five languages, Andres serves globally as a consultant for churches and leaders, especially in the area of teaching/training Christians how to build life-giving relationships with Muslims through dialogue, witness, peacemaking, and hospitality. He is a member of EMM's Christian-Muslim Relations Team.
Michael serves in Lebanon, Pa. with his wife, Deborah, and their two children. Michael has experienced the life-transforming power of the gospel in his personal life, and he desires to extend the hope of Christ to others by reaching out to the forgotten members of society, including people in his city who are returning from incarceration or rehabilitation from substance abuse. He understands the obstacles to reconnecting with society and building meaningful relationships. It is his deepest desire to come alongside men, supporting his community through social relationships and mentoring, and also by networking among ministries and city services.
Marty and Glenna are associated workers, primarily with Wycliffe Bible Translators at the International Linguistics Center in Dallas, Texas. Marty works in information technology, including computer repair. Glenna is a library cataloger at the Dallas International University (formerly Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics). She is also involved in ethnomusicology and world arts.
Michael and Nancy serve in Chile as regional representatives for South America. Their mission includes mentoring businessmen and businesswomen who are seeking to conduct their businesses in Christ-like ways, as well as guiding local Chileans in the ministry of planting and leading house churches. They also partner with Christian Chileans who are working to raise awareness of the childhood sexual abuse crisis in Chile, while discussing ways to prevent it and respond to those affected by it. Mike and Nancy are involved in a variety of dynamic friendships and discipling relationships in which they seek to help people discover God’s purpose for their lives as they grow in relationship with Jesus.
Ted and Julie, with their six children, serve alongside the K'ekchi' Mennonite Church in Guatemala. Ted assists in developing sustainable coffee farming and agriculture to help K'ekchi' farmers increase sales and achieve fairer prices. He also facilitates small business trainings. Together, the Smoker family builds relationships and hosts visitors to the region.