Huron Claus
Rev. Huron Claus is the President of CHIEF, Inc. (Christian Hope Indian Eskimo Fellowship, Inc.) He is fifth generation Christian from the Mohawk/Kiowa tribes.
The vision of CHIEF is to see an effective Christian witness in every Native American tribe and all related tribes in this generation. The mission of CHIEF is to disciple and equip a strong Native American leadership for the development of the indigenous church throughout North, Central and South America. Learn More by clicking here.




Enrique Garcia
Enrique has been training in Christian Apologetics and earned a bachelor’s degree in communications studies from the Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Guadalajara, Mexico. He completed his master’s degree in Christian Studies in May of 2024. Enrique serves as the Director of Spanish-speaking Ministries at Corazón Ministries. Learn More, click here.





Claudio Valencia
Claudio Valencia is a Digital Strategist with Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ) and holds a Master’s in Leadership. He has been a missionary for 20 years, focusing on Campus Ministry, Digital Ministry, and Regional Leadership in LATAM. Claudio is happily married to Kelly and is “Papa” to Enzo, Max, and Tessie. They live in Orlando, where they serve at the Cru world headquarters. He is passionate about empowering and equipping people into digital missions. Learn More.




Erwin Klingenberg
Erwin has been associated with Christ Community Church (CCC) since 1991, when CCC began supporting him and his wife Tina as missionaries. Erwin comes to CCC with a passion for discipling men, which was evident throughout his missionary career. He actively discipled both Kurdish and Iranian men who came to faith in Jesus, as well as provided pastoral care for other missionary workers. Learn More.





Bryan Thigpen
Bryan Thigpen works with The Navigators locally at the University of Arizona to minister and labor among the lost on campus. For the past 17 years Bryan and his family have served with The Navigators in Colorado, New Zealand, California, and Arizona. Their ministry exists to help students know Christ, make Him known, and help others do the same. Learn More.





Jerry Gibson 

A native of Texas, Jerry graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a degree in theology and biblical studies. He has been involved in cross-cultural ministry for most of his life, going back to his earliest and most formative years serving with Native Peoples in South Dakota. Most recently, Jerry served as the senior director of missions and church planting at Park Cities Presbyterian in Dallas, where he helped develop the process for preparing new missionaries called “Thrive.”