World Impact Teams
Pastors Mark and Abby King
LHOP Senior Pastors
Mark and Abby King, partners in the journey of life and faith for over 35 years, are the senior pastors of LHOP. They were professional sinners when they met Jesus in 1974 but their lives were so dramatically touched and radically changed by encountering the living God and the power of the Holy Spirit that they have never been the same. Since founding the Lord's House of Prayer in 1979, Mark and Abby have heralded a vision that empowers others to find their callings and destinies. Their goal is to establish, equip, and encourage individuals and ministries to reach for the heavens and pull them to earth.
BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA
Pastor and Church planter, Ruben and his wife Aisela, are busy pouring life and hope into the people of Belize. In Orange Walk, San Ignacio, Belmopan, Sarteneja and beyond! With the help of many, they built a new church in Orange Walk, which houses a dental clinic to serve Belizeans through visiting teams of professionals. Work has already begun on a second clinic in San Ignacio. Currently he is actively working with students who need help in completing their education as well as equipping them through Bible training. The local pastor’s and churches he works with reach out to their communities with concerts, youth camps and children’s outreach.
Tim & Martha King
Tim and Martha have made their home in Jerusalem, Israel. They are a living testimony of God’s love, care and commitment to the people of Israel. Tim was one of the founders of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem in 1980 www.icej.org and stepped down from that work in 2007. Since that time, he has served many established works in a consulting relationship and is presently working with the University of the Holy Land www.uhl.ac , a graduate university featuring the study of early Christianity with hands-on archeological and historical consequence in Jerusalem. Martha has developed great relationships in their community and is privileged to teach and tutor English to a world of fascinating students who love her! Their daughter, born and raised in Israel, has finished her undergraduate work at Hebrew University with a BA, completed army service, is an Israeli citizen, and is happily married to an Israeli who understands her Christian faith. She is currently pursuing a Masters Degree at Tel Aviv University in Conflict Resolution.
Denny & Maureen Hurst
Denny and Maureen built their lives and family in Italy, where they pioneered in the organization of concert tours and the “Rock on the Rock” and "Rock on Christmas" music festivals, featuring alternative music that ministered to local communities, young people, skaters and musicians! They and their children (now adults) have all continued to impact the world by demonstrating God’s love through creative outreach and community. They currently reside in Portugal and are working intensively with Steiger International, whose European hub is in Germany. They are developing missional artists, pastoring, teaching and mentoring young adults and bands, and organizing the Southern European leg of the evangelistic band No Longer Music's annual world tour.
Dathan & Christy Nolt
Dathan & Christy have three children of their own (Rebekah, Briana, and Alyssa) and serve as house parents for the children at Rancho Los Amigos in Juarez, Mexico. This children's home is an outreach of the nearby Youth With a Mission base. Many of the children have been rescued from desparate situations and are now in a loving environment where their physical, educational, emotional, and spiritual needs can be met.
Marek & Marysia Kiewra
Marek and Marysia and sons Paul and Peter have pioneered a church and conference center in Gryfow Slaski, Poland. They reach out to the homeless, alcoholics, prisoners, and poor. In a country where unemployment is high and alcoholism is great there is much to be done. They have also impacted the nation by equipping leaders in other churches and beyond.
Sue has made her home in St. Petersburg, Russia. She serves local pastors as well as visiting ministers and mission teams. Having studied and become fluent in the Russian language, she is often called on to assist in the work of translation, both in speaking and writing. Sue's areas of ministry include exhibiting God's love to orphans, widows, and the Russian Jewish community.
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