John Brunner has had experience in the military and business. He is involved in education and teaching. His service at G.E.M. stems from a lifelong passion for the Word and for missions. John believes that contributing time and resources to those efforts that have eternal implications, the furthering of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, is the only sustainable path in changing lives forever. He is convinced that Truth works!
LaKiesha Crawford is a physician with a passion for biblical truth and a heart for missions. Her desire is to use her gifts and talents to serve God and to help those in need. She has been involved with GEM since it’s early beginnings. LaKiesha resides in Fort Worth, TX with her husband Courtney.
Debby met Moses in 1998, the day G.E.M. moved from his apartment into it’s first official office. This God ordained meeting led to a trip to Nigeria, which turned out to be the first of many. Debby enjoys assisting the ministry and coordinating crusades with pastors around the world. She and her husband Richard Hays live in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Linda Monroe completed a long career as a Ph.D in nuclear medicine, then obtained an M.B.A. and became the Vice President of St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in the Texas Medical Center. She is now retired and finding more ways to continue her lifelong study of God’s Word. Being passionate about God’s Word and His service, she feels honored to participate in G.E.M.’s worldwide harvest of lost souls. She resides in Houston, Texas.
Wallace Mosby retired from the Marine Corps after 24 years where he served in several leadership capacities. He has a Doctorate in Management & Organizational Leadership/Information Systems and is self-employed. His passion for service extends to missions and God’s kingdom work in reaching the lost. He lives in Murfreesboro, TN with his wife Cheryl.
Moses is President and Founder of Grace Evangelistic Ministries. In 1997, God interrupted his life long ambition of becoming a neurosurgeon and substituted it with His own plan of reaching the lost and destitute. Moses was saved on the crusade ground in his village in Nigeria and started preaching in churches, schools and trains when he was just 12 years old. Moses resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife Gloria and young daughter Sophia.
Tim Rybacki is an attorney with Littler Mendelson, PC. and has a passion for missions. Tim and his wife Tarala served with Campus Crusade for Christ (now CRU) in Italy after finishing college. Tarala worked in the GEM office in the early days of the ministry. Tim and Tarala have three young children and live in Nashville, TN.
Bob Smith is a self-employed certified registered nurse anesthetist in Idaho. In 1998, a friend handed Bob and his wife Dotti Volume 2 of Grace News Today. Upon reading it, he immediately said, “We have to support this guy.” He was convinced that this was no coincidence and from that day forward he has supported the ministry and prayed for Moses and the G.E.M. team every day. Bob says “it has been a great blessing to be associated with G.E.M. for many years.” And now he is honored to serve on the G.E.M. Board.
Lee and his wife Patty own L & P Plastics, based outside Pittsburgh P.A. where Lee was a deacon in his church for almost 30 years. He and Patty both have a long time love of missions which has motivated Lee to serve on the board of G.E.M. Lee and Patty live just east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.