Meet our Team
Ike serves as ServeBeyond Director of the Evangelical Free Church of Canada International Mission. He provides direction, oversight and support to all ServeBeyond ministries to facilitate the implementation of the vision and the fulfillment of the mission of EFCC. The name Ike means ‘He Will Laugh’ and that is an apt description of Ike that the office can attest to.
ServeBeyond Manager of Personnel & Projects (MPP)
As ServeBeyond Manager of Personnel & Projects (MPP), Carl is responsible for providing strategic oversight to all EFCC international missionary personnel. Through the development, monitoring, and improvement of field strategies and initiatives Carl helps personnel accomplish the mission, goals and values of ServeBeyond. The MPP also ensure each missionary and project is well represented to their support team.
As the ServeBeyond Administrator, Jennifer is responsible for providing administrative support and services to the International Mission Director and Managers. Her position keeps ServeBeyond running through her meticulous organization and upkeep of project documentation, ensuring that we stay compliant with CRA guidelines, and keeping all missionaries informed of policies and procedures. Her duties include wrangling a toddler while taking the minutes during Zoom meetings.
ServeBeyond Manager of Member Care
Murray Horton serves as Manager of Member Care for ServeBeyond along with his wife Maureen. As part of his responsibility for overseeing the care of the missionaries on the field, Murray desires to facilitate strategic working together of sending churches and ServeBeyond to create a healthy environment for supporting our missionaries and accomplishing the goal of reaching the least reached. It takes a team to care for our missionaries which will give them freedom to flourish in their roles!
International Mission Committee (IMC)
The International Mission Committee (IMC) is a crucial part of the ServeBeyond team. As a committee of the EFCC Board of Directors, its primary responsibilities are to:
- give input into ServeBeyond’s budgeting process
- monitor our international work through the reports received from all personnel
- ensure that our projects and personnel are in compliance with our organisation’s established policies
- make policy recommendations to the EFCC Board of Directors.
Doug has served as a public accountant in Stettler, Alberta, for forty-seven years; fifteen of those have been with two of his sons and currently with all four of his children in their own firm. He has served on the board of the Erskine Evangelical Free Church in several capacities. For the past seven years, Doug has served on the IMC and currently is chairman of that committee. Doug loves country life with his wife, Candice, of forty-four years, and with his four grown children and thirteen grandchildren.
Pastor Emmanuel began his Pastoral Ministry in his native country of Zambia in 1985. Over the years, he has served at churches in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Montana. He joined the pastoral staff of the Evangelical Free Church of Lac La Biche in June 2008. Pastor Emmanuel and his wife Janet have been blessed with four children: Tehillah, Tumelo, Rinnah and Latisha.
Growing up as a child of missionaries, my life began with the understanding that we were created for something more than ourselves. Eventually this understanding became the purpose of my life as I allowed my relationship with God to direct me to full time ministry. The EFCC has been an important part of my life for 33 years. Beginning with ten years of pastoral ministry in an EFCC church in a rural Alberta community with my husband Richard led to 14 years of overseas missionary service at Black Forest Academy as staff of the EFCCM.
Scott Marble is pastoring in Steinbach, Manitoba, at Emmanuel EFC as the Discipleship Pastor. He oversees multiple ministries, including Emmanuel EFC’s mission programs and global projects. Scott originated from a missional background and began working with Youth With A Mission in 2001, serving in more than thirty countries over twelve years. Scott is married to Nicole, and they have one daughter Stella.
Sanghun Han had served as a missionary in various mission fields including the Philippines and India since 2004. Currently, he is serving as a pastor overseeing the church missions department at Grace Hanin Community Church in Metro Vancouver, BC. He and his team’s main role is to support missionaries and their ministries.
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