Glen Anniskette and Susie Leach first met at West Coast Bible College back in the ‘70s, but through their shyness never spoke. Forty years passed, and while Susie worked at Lee University in the Communication & the Arts Department for 12 years, Glen was at his computer in Africa on a mission trip. He began a conversation with Susie, she responded, and they were married six months later in the Westmore Church of God in Cleveland, Tennessee.Bishop Glen Anniskette has served as an international missionary evangelist for the Church of God for 35 years, ministering in 63 nations. To the best of his knowledge, he’s the only full-blooded Tlingit bishop in Alaska. To top it off, he’s the prince of his tribe. Susie Leach (now Anniskette) has earned her B.A. in Communications from Lee University and her M.A. in Journalism from Regent University. She presently teaches online and on campus part-time for Lee University. Susie’s children and grandchildren live close by and can testify to the fact that things have changed dramatically in her life.
Simon and Aletha Arkley are serving full time with Together for Israel. A faith non profit based out of Charlotte, NC. TFI exists to trumpet the message of God’s heart for Israel, as well as to support the believers, both Arab and Jew, laboring in the Land of Israel. Simon and Aletha travel with TFI and share about God's heart for Israel as well as host conferences to engage churches in partnering for the salvation of Israel.
Indian Ministries of North America
The mission of Indian Ministries of North America, Inc. is to be frontline Warriors impacting lives, restoring the broken, healing the wounded, and setting the captives free. The vision of IMNA for reaching the Native American people with the gospel of Jesus Christ. A ministry reaching beyond the boundaries of denomination, culture, and race.
A nonprofit organization that is seeking to provide care and practical resources to international students. Each of their staff has experienced cross-cultural living and understands that life in a foreign country can be a challenging adjustment. They share God’s love with international students through Welcome, Share, and Mentor.
Freedom Outreach is a Ministry to the Military that serves and ministers to members of all branches of the uniformed military services and their families. In addition, the Organization regularly serves military veterans, expatriates, host country nationals and their families through a variety of both traditional and innovative methods. Services are currently delivered at diverse locations in the USA and in 17 different countries.
We create a 5-day retreat experience led by experienced ministry leaders in some of the greatest locations imaginable to help couples in ministry reconnect with God and each others. In a culture that is demanding and has unrealistic expectations we create a safe place to rest, be restored, and reconnect. Each retreat is created with intention to include programming with group discussion times, personal time with group leaders, resources, time for reflection and connecting with your spouse, great food from incredible chefs, and beautiful retreat locations. Thats not it, the best thing about IM retreats is the relational follow up that includes one year of coaching and mentoring to help each couple stay engaged in ministry and their marriage.
Prayer and Crisis Referral
The Prayer & Crisis Referral Network is a non-profit organization. Together with churches and ministry partners, we are able to provide a live 24/7 prayer hotline service that includes local resource information for callers. The Prayer and Crisis Referral Network serves to coordinate and organize the many faith-based groups into a cohesive network of compassion organizations ready to help families at any time. We stand committed to indexing all faith-based community groups by sharing their capabilities and organizing them by topic, zip code and area of expertise.