Stephen Abbott
Priscilla Adoya-Maritim
Elizabeth Archer Klein
Sarah Breul

Sarah Breuel attended Urbana 06 as a student and returned to share her testimony at
Urbana 12. In addition to her work as the Evangelism Training Coordinator with IFES,
she is the Director of Revive, a conference for young adults and college students
seeking revival across Europe.
Included in Christianity Today’s “33 Under 33” Christian leaders to watch, she also
served as Chair of the Lausanne Younger Leaders Gathering 2016.
Originally from Brazil, Sarah has worked for IFES in four national movements in the last
13 years (Brazil, Canada, Norway, and Italy) and now works in Europe. She has a
Business degree and an MDiv from Regent College. She has recently joined the
Lausanne Movement’s Board of Directors as its youngest member.
Sarah has planted a vibrant church in Rome, Italy, together with her husband,
René—the expositor for Urbana 18.

Philip Brown
Peter Chao
Mercy David
Ravi David
Wendy Der
Gernot Elsner
Monika Faes
Anne Grizzle
Meredith Johnson

Meredith coaches and trains people to live in loving obedience to Jesus and His commands. She loves 2 Timothy 2:2 and is thrilled by the idea of exponential multiplication! She has lived in the Middle East for seven years and has been engaged with catalyzing Disciple Making Movements among Muslims since 2005. She has a Masters of Divinity with Global Missions emphasis and a Cambridge CELTA ESL Certificate.

Joshua Johnson

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.

Nabil and Mimi Khoury
Wei-Han Kuan
BoKaren Lee
Christine Lee
Daniel Liberek
Tom Lin
John McAuley

John runs Muskoka Woods, a summer camp up in Canada.  He was originally from
Northern Ireland and has been living in Canada the past 30 years. He is married to Lori
and has 2 children: Kasi, 22, Jake 19.
He doesn’t have a specific Mentoring group but is an active Mentor and Spiritual
Director.
John’s main passion is raising up emerging leaders. He runs a Leadership Studio at
Musoka Woods which is a custom designed facility that specializes in creating
leadership development experiences.  (Www.theleadershipstudio.ca
He Iives in Toronto with his wife Lori and has 2 children: Kasi, 22, Jake 19.

MaryKate Morse
Wesley Paul
Carlo Sampan

Carlo Sampan, is the second among the four siblings who grew up as missionaries. He
completed his bachelor's degree in Community Development, and gained a Master's
Degree in Marketing Communications. He received considerable experience in the
corporate world (logistics, marketing and retail) for about a decade, until he was given
the opportunity to be part of a non-government organization.
Carlo currently works as the Partnership Director of Global Filipino Movement
Foundation Inc., a faith-based, non-profit organization that advocates for overseas
Filipino Workers and their families by partnering with Churches and other like-minded
organizations.  His role is mainly about creating and sustaining partnerships for the
organization, and engaging with partners who share the same vision, and those who
find value in partnering.
He is also the head of the Volunteers Program of the upcoming 30th Southeast Asian
Games (SEA Games), wherein all 11 countries of the ASEAN will be coming in the
Philippines for the sporting events November 2019.
In his Church, he heads the young adults and teens ministry, as this is in line with what
he believes as his personal purpose in life: to build (or help build) next generation
leaders.
Carlo commented, “And with LFM's support in the mentoring communities that were
created last year among southeast asian countries, it has been very encouraging and
fulfilling to know that there are other co-workers who have been supporting and
advocating for mentoring communities.”

Gerda Schaller
Alain Stamp
Karen Swanson
Elke Werner
Roland Werner
Tobi Woerner