Rich & Jenny Culp
Regional Director for USA-southeast
Support the Culps
Rich and Jenny work primarily as the Regional Directors of USA-Southeast and oversee The Centurion Project. As a part of EveryEthne, The Centurion Project exists to network and empower churches to support and strengthen military leaders in their mission and the Great Commission. Rich and Jenny are networking 100 churches around Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
Scott & Lauralie Brock
Scott and Lauralie are “Crossing Cultures Without Crossing Borders” in their work with Afghan refugees living in Metro Atlanta. Their desire and passion is to reach this Muslim people group with the gospel and to ultimately see the establishment of an Afghan church. Their ministry focus is on building relationships by meeting tangible needs such as ESL, after-school tutoring, kid’s clubs, Doula ministry, and discipleship. Why not partner with them in this unique opportunity to impact this unreached people group living right here in the U.S.?
After serving as a Pastor for 6 years, Jim was called to join the EveryEthne Team with the primary purpose of coming alongside churches as they learn to navigate the culturally challenging LGBTQ issues. He helped develop the Heart, Mind and Soul:LGBTQ seminar and leads the presentation team at churches and colleges. He works with pastors, church staff members, and ministry leaders to equip them in leading their local church to build grace and truth relationships with individuals within the LGBTQ community. Jim has developed and leads a ministry called BreakThrough, which exists to be a bridge community and ministry between the local church and Christians whose lives are impacted by unwanted same sex attraction and gender confusion.
Anna Chubb served in Togo, and briefly in Iraq, for ten years. She felt God leading her back to North America as a presenter with the Heart, Mind, & Soul: LGBTQ seminars, and also to serve with a campus ministry in Orlando to international students. Her heart is for other believers like her to also experience the hope and awe of the Gospel meeting them in their brokenness and making them aware that their only boast is Christ.
Rich & Yvonna McGhee
Rich and Yvonna McGhee are the Directors for Soul Care for the North America Team. Even here in North America, our missionaries serve in a wide variety of settings, with unique pressures and sometimes unfamiliar surroundings. The goal of Soul Care is to help each missionary identify a “coach” who will be an intentional spiritual encourager. They are also working toward a goal of identifying options for Soul Care Retreats, locations where a missionary can receive guided spiritual refreshment and focus for more sustainable service.
Joe & Kim Olachea
After 35 years in local church pastoral ministry, the Olachea’s have transitioned to coaching pastors and church teams in equipping their people for intentional discipleship. Partnering with Joe and Kim is participating in the renewal and revitalization of churches toward unity, vision, and the implementation of making disciples who make disciples. God is raising up trainers out of these churches for the further training of local churches both locally and around the world! Kim’s ministry to pastor’s wives continues to grow in the northeast and will soon expand to their new location in the southeast.
Carl & Lois Sexton
Carl and Lois Sexton served for 15 years in Argentina as church planters and now with EveryEthne. After returning from South America, their burden and passion has been to equip Hispanic Churches to clearly teach the gospel. They love their role of getting to coach other EveryEthne missionaries to effectively communicate their ministry passion and become fully funded. Lois also serves as the scheduler and a presenter for the Heart, Mind & Soul: LGBTQ seminar.