Kansas City Team
The Kansas City Hub was founded in 1993, and is now one of four global All Nations Hubs. We exist to mobilize, train, send, and care for missionaries and other disciple-makers. Meet our Hub team!
Joshua trains and coaches others to ignite movements to Christ. He is a former English teacher and college basketball coach. He loves 2 Timothy 2:2 and is thrilled by the idea of exponential multiplication. He has spent seven years living in the Middle East and Asia catalyzing Disciple Making Movements. He has a Masters in Social and Civic Entrepreneurship from Bakke Graduate University.
Meredith Johnson is a beloved daughter of the Father, the wife of Joshua and the mom of Luke. She loves cooking, hiking, reading, traveling, and befriending Muslim-background people. She started intentionally loving Muslims in 2005, and is delighted to now be training Muslim-background Jesus-followers to ignite movements among their own. She serves as the Co-Hub Leader at All Nations Kansas City and on the All Nations International Leadership Team.
Randy has served with All Nations Kansas City since it was founded in 2000. He cares for and pastors church planters around the world. An experienced traveler to over 90 different countries, Randy has a deep understanding of how to care for church planters living in difficult circumstances. All Nations is committed to serving our field workers to help them grow and succeed in whatever the Lord puts in front of them. Randy also oversees our pastoral care team in Kansas City.
Lisa enjoys writing, creativity, and solid systems, and hopes to enable our team to share the beautiful story of God's work through All Nations. She previously worked for over ten years in the Perspectives National Office and at Frontier Ventures. She’s been a local in Kathmandu, Manhattan KS, Fayetteville AR, and Pasadena CA.
Jason desires to see Jesus worshiped by people of every tribe, tongue and nation. He is committed to using his gifts and talents to help field workers be successful in reaching the nations. Jason holds two bachelor degrees, one in accounting and one in theology. One of his passions is reaching incarcerated men with the Gospel. Jason is a devoted Oklahoma Sooner fan and loves having fun.
Kathleen is passionate about serving and walking alongside the immigrant and refugee communities, especially in the areas of education, advocacy, and discipleship/mentorship. She joins All Nations after working in nonprofit organizations with an emphasis in education and Latino community outreach. A graduate of Georgetown University, Kathleen is fluent in Spanish and aims to live her life with a “corazón de pasión, vida de acción” [heart of passion, life of action].
Mark is passionate about loving and serving Jesus and seeing him worshiped by all peoples through providing pastoral care for field workers and partnering with churches to fulfill the great commission. Mark has a bachelors in Modern Music Ministry and has served in pastoral ministry and been involved in missions since 2006.
Before joining All Nations, Lynn was an Occupational Therapist serving children with special needs for over 19 years. She was active in various ministries including Perspectives, Women’s Ministry, and Jail Ministry. She has a heart for the incarcerated and enjoys watching Jesus transform their lives. She is also passionate about completing the Great Commission by mobilizing, equipping, and encouraging missionaries as they take the Gospel to the unreached people of the Earth.
Cariane served in East Asia for 8 years before repatriating to the U.S. She has a BA in Education and loves teaching children. Her administrative and organizational skills are used in the classroom as well as behind the scenes at the ANKC hub.
Christina is passionate about discipling the next generation to follow Jesus in a way they understand, and finding a way for every group of people on earth to be able to hear someone speak about the wonders of God in their own language. She loves listening to people and launching them into their destiny. She is a certified life coach and an amateur gardener. Christina dreams of a day when the generation behind her loves God, themselves, and EVERYONE ELSE so deeply that the choices they make from a place of love shift the course of families, communities, and history. She started making disciples and training leaders in the Pacific Northwest before she could drive and believes that waterfalls and chocolate are essential elements to a healthy balanced life.
International Leadership Team
The International Leadership Team exists to guide, guard, and govern the global All Nations movement. They serve Hubs in Kansas City Hub, Uganda, Germany, and South Africa, as well as Catalytic Churches around the world.
Mary is the International Executive Leader of All Nations. She is passionate about finishing the Great Commission in this generation by making disciples in every remaining unreached people group of the world. Born in Taiwan and raised on four continents, Mary has lived in Swaziland, Taiwan, Indonesia, New Zealand, Philippines, Hong Kong, and the U.S., and traveled extensively. She received her Doctor of Strategic Leadership from Regent University, VA in 2017. She is married to John and has two boys. John was born in Tainan and grew up in four countries – Taiwan, Thailand, Laos and the U.S. He graduated UC Berkeley, and is a licensed architect with his own consulting practice. He has lived and worked in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Taipei, Hong Kong and Kansas City. John is a third generation believer, whose grandparents were saved through missionaries with the China Inland Mission, who went deep into China where others did not go.
Floyd and Sally McClung are the founders of All Nations Family. Floyd passed away in 2021. He spoke on more than 100 university campuses and traveled to about 200 countries. He is the author of sixteen books, including the best-selling books, “The Father Heart of God” and “Living on the Devil’s Doorstep”. Floyd and Sally were married in 1967 and have two children and two grandchildren. In 1970 they pioneered a live-in community in Kabul, Afghanistan for young westerners traveling on the hippie trail. They moved to Amsterdam, Holland in 1973 to establish an inner-city ministry, which eventually grew to over 300 staff and volunteers. After some time, they established All Nations. Sally now lives in Cape Town, South Africa where she and Floyd also pioneered a training and outreach community.
Gerhard is the Senior Pastor of Logos Christian Church, a leading missional church in Cape Town, South Africa. He and his wife Miranda have been pastoring churches for more than 30 years and were blessed to serve in several network leadership positions. The miraculous healing of their son Lukas in the 80s changed the course of their life. They developed a Kingdom mindset when leaders from different denominations came together to pray for them. It opened the door for the Holy Spirit in their lives and a revival in their church and community. This movement of God led to their involvement in the development of the Cell Church Network in South Africa and beyond. Their journey into Disciple Making Movements (DMM) started when they met Floyd in Cape Town. Gerhard is developing a “Movement Church” Network in the City. It is a ministry of All Nations. Miranda is an artist. She loves children and focuses on raising leaders and teams to disciple children.
Isabel is a New Zealander in Australia. She and her late husband, Trevor, have 4 children, 9 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She gave her life to the Lord when she was 8, was called to serve as a missionary at 9, became a registered nurse, married Trevor in bible college. After marrying, they went into pastoral ministry, and then to India in 1964. From small beginnings with a small team, the churches now number many thousands and are still growing and under Indian leadership since 1977. Sometime after, she met with Floyd and was invited to join the team. She loves to mentor, counsel, encourage, pray, listen, and be a resource person – whatever can help the All Nations as they labor in the amazing places God has called them to.
Juergen and Monika live in Hamburg and are leading the work of All Nations in Germany. They visit on-site works, speak at conferences and coach other All Nations members. Dr. Juergen is a church planter as well as a successful businessman, who leads his own consulting practice for senior business leaders. Over the last years Juergen developed the All Nations business for mission approach. He heads up a team of business people to train church planters to sustain themselves through business and mobilize believing business people to get involved in the mission. Monika is a gifted evangelist and was instrumental in the start of a small movement in Hamburg, Germany.
Pastor Matt and his wife, Elizabeth, founded and are currently pastoring Living Water Church in Tainan, Taiwan. Matt and Elizabeth have seven children, two grandchildren and are whole-heartedly dedicated to raising up youth to live holy and righteous lives while equipping them to impact their campuses, families, and ultimately, society. Their main ministries other than pastoring include SHINE, a nation-wide youth movement calling young people to live in sexual purity, FLI (Forerunner Leadership Institute), an institute training kingdom leaders for the mission field, the market place, or full-time ministry, and ANHOP (All Nations House of Prayer), where worship and prayer happens daily, as well as intercession for the church and the harvest until the day of His return!
All Nations Kansas City Board
Mary is the International Executive Leader of All Nations. She is passionate about finishing the Great Commission in this generation by making disciples in every remaining unreached people group of the world. Born in Taiwan and raised on four continents, Mary has lived in Swaziland, Taiwan, Indonesia, New Zealand, Philippines, Hong Kong, and the U.S., and traveled extensively. She received her Doctor of Strategic Leadership from Regent University, VA in 2017. She is married to John and has two boys.
Juergen and his wife live in Hamburg and are leading the work of All Nations in Germany. They visit on-site works, speak at conferences and coach other All Nations members. Dr. Juergen is a church planter as well as a successful businessman, who leads his own consulting practice for senior business leaders. Over the last years Juergen developed the All Nations business for mission approach. He heads up a team of business people to train church planters to sustain themselves through business and mobilize believing business people to get involved in the mission.
Through worship dance, living life with the Lord, and a class called “Perspectives,” Jesus placed in Phyllis’ heart a tenacious passion for all peoples to worship Him. To this end, Phyllis mobilizes the Body of Christ, locally and abroad through teaching, friendship, pastoral care, and Board service with All Nations. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Education degree, having taught in Christian school and home-school. She enjoys advocating for “Perspectives” in a variety of roles.
John was born in Tainan and grew up in four countries – Taiwan, Thailand, Laos and the U.S. He graduated UC Berkeley, and is a licensed architect with his own consulting practice. He has lived and worked in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Taipei, Hong Kong and Kansas City. John is a third generation believer, whose grandparents were saved through missionaries with the China Inland Mission, who went deep into China where others did not go.
Graham is focused on releasing people into the good works that God has prepared for them in the various spheres of life. His focus on this in his country of South Africa has included education, counseling, establishing a process to assist people to discover the good works they are called to do, facilitating the release and care of missionaries, assisting church networks with training and churches with leadership transitions, and discerning worldview influences to disciple nations. He has a diploma in business management, and degrees in biology and biochemistry, wildlife management, theology, and a doctorate in public policy from Cornell University. He worked for a season in the New York State Assembly, in leadership in a church in South Africa, is an adjunct professor for Global University, and is currently part of the leadership of Navah Church in Kansas City.
Jessie is an ordained Foursquare minister and a demonstrated disciple-maker and facilitator of spiritual community transformation. She is a nationally recognized leader in the fields of experiential education and educational neuroscience and holds a Master’s from Harvard in Mind, Brain, and Education. Jessie is a published academic and serves on multiple boards internationally. She currently works as an independent denomination consultant. She is the co-founder of 5Q and co-author of Activating 5Q, which seeks to help implement an Ephesians 4 culture in faith environments. As a neuro-ecclesiologist, her goal is to connect the journey of faith with the science of transformation.
Jacob and Teresa and their five children spent 9 years in Youth with a Mission, most recently pioneering YWAM Horn of Africa. Jacob now serves as Global Mission and Local Outreach Pastor at LifeMission Church. He also pastors a campus of LifeMission in Kansas City, Kansas. Jacob is still a part of the African Eldership Circle for YWAM and sits on several local and international ministry boards. Jacob is passionate about seeing God do new things, in new ways, in new places. Jacob serves as Chair of the ANKC Board.
Pam spent ten years in Central Asia as a church planter and Bible translator working among a previously unengaged people group. Along with others, she was able to help lead people to Jesus and train them to lead their own churches. The local believers have, in turn, shared Jesus with others and also raised up other leaders. Pam's heart is to train and send church planters to share Jesus with other unreached people groups: those who would never have any chance in their lives to hear about Him. To this end, she trains and coaches disciples who make disciples based on simple Biblical and research-based best practices. She serves Perspectives Global as the Co-Editor for the 5th Edition of the Perspectives curriculum.
Much of Margie’s adult life has been invested globally and cross-culturally across diverse spheres of society including global mission, pediatric healthcare, higher education, women’s funding networks and life formation with university students. Margie currently consults with Commissioned, an international communication and mobilization tech platform and serves biblical Higher Education governance as a University Trustee member. Margie pursued her undergraduate education at the University of Washington and Edinburgh University (Scotland) and a graduate degree from Fuller Seminary in Islamics and Post Modern Spirituality.