Topics Discussed

The Subjects Addressed At Table Talks Have Included Narcissism, Pragmatism, PTSD And Missionaries, Missionary Sending Responsibility, And Missions Finances.

Our Facilitators

General Director

Rodney Myers

Rodney and his wife Lynn served the Lord under GFF as church planting missionaries in Tanzania, East Africa for thirteen years.  He and his wife Lynn have been married for twenty two years and have four children.  The Myers have lived the experience of missionary preparation, deputation, and service on the mission field.  They are experienced missionaries that have been used by God in spite of many challenges to see a church planted on a foreign field.  They are honored to serve the Lord by serving the GFF family where Rodney serves as the General Director. 


Sam Moss

Sam and his wife Nicole served the Lord in Uganda for four years.  During their time in Uganda they assisted in several church plants, provided training for national pastors, and developed a Bible translation team.  The Moss family had to return to the United States for health reasons.  Sam is now the pastor of Victory Baptist Church in Corydon, IA.  The Mosses have experienced determining God’s call on their lives to missionary service, the rigors and challenges of deputation, the blessing of serving God in the host country of Uganda, working through the challenge of discerning a change of ministry and returning to the USA.  In addition to his pastoral ministry Sam is a representative for GFF and continues to serve as part of the translation ministry of WorldView Ministries.   He continues to travel internationally as part of his ministry.  Sam and Nicole are the proud parents of three boys.

Director of Missionary Care

Chris Luppino

Chris served the Lord as a pastor for just under 39 years during which he led three missions minded churches and developed a local church based missions ministry called MissAssist.  In March of 2020 he became the Director of Missionary Care for GFF at which time MissAssist began to function under the banner of GFF.  The Luppino’s primary ministry is the development of a department of missionary care under GFF.  Chris has said, “At this time in our lives, when we open our eyes in the morning, our “job” is to care for missionaries.   MissAssist is a ministry of challenging churches and christians regarding the great commission, assisting national church planters and pastors through prayer, counsel, teaching, and training, recruiting missionaries, and encouraging missionaries.  He and his wife Nancy have been married for forty two years, have five children, and nine grandchildren.  


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