Meet Our Global Team
Our founder - In full-time ministry from 1973 through 2018, Dr. Lee served in various pastoral capacities. In 1987 he founded Faith Chapel in Syracuse, New York, which he pastored until 2009. It was at Faith Chapel where Dr. Lee developed the prototype of what has become the Missio Global School of Ministry. Always being active in missions and with a heart for the nations, he founded Missio Global Ministries to continue to develop and offer practical training tools worldwide with a goal of reaching and discipling one million souls for Christ. Dr. Lee continues his involvement in Missio Global as a member of the Board
Our Directors - Scott and Sherri have been directly involved in initiating ministries and church-planting since 1987. Residing in Brazil from 2004 to 2018, they served in a national church-planting ministry, developed and led a ministry training program, and planted a church in 2009. Since joining Missio Global in 2012, they have written a majority of the School of Ministry curriculum and launched the first international Missio Global School of Ministry. Together they oversee all of the Schools of Ministry internationally, and Scott serves as the International Director of Missio Global.
Greg is a youth pastor who has been serving the Korean community in Guam since July 2011. Prior to this he ministered for 16 months in Korea. Greg has a no-nonsense, direct yet humorous, down-to-earth style, with no topic being off limits. He loves ministering to the youth in his church and is immensely proud to be a part of their spiritual growth. Greg nearly drowned in a serious accident in 2015 and now makes the most of his second chance, loving every day he gets to pour into the lives of youth and to whomever he has the opportunity.
The above team members receive donations directly through Missio Global to support their ongoing ministry activities. To donate to any of these global workers, click here.
Missio Global Ministries has a number of additional credential holders, some serving in an intercultural capacity, with others serving in a pastoral role in the United States.
See the resources that Missio Global offers. Click here.