Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Dave & Kristy Donaldson
Dave has invested his life in inspiring, equipping, and resourcing leaders in more than one hundred countries to bring aid and opportunity to millions of underresourced people. As the former national director for Operation Blessing and co-founder of Convoy of Hope, Dave forged global partnerships with churches, organizations, and businesses to mobilize tens of thousands of volunteers worldwide.
A veteran of Washington, DC, Dave coordinated government briefings between the government and faith-based leaders and served on the C-SAT Council for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA). He also hosted the first National Summit on Foster Care and Adoption with the US Children’s Bureau and has served on numerous boards including the National Football League (NFL) sanctioned National Courage Awards. He is a former trustee at Vanguard University and an advisor to Missouri State University’s graduate college.
In 2016, Dave retired from Convoy of Hope to co-found CityServe International (CSI). As initiatives of CSI, Dave hosts trips to Israel and spearheads efforts to provide aid and education for refugees in the Middle East. In 2019 Dave and CityServe launched “Neighborhoods to the Nations” to unify churches and organizations around church-based compassion initiatives, and to provide an advocacy office in Washington, DC.
Dave is the author of the bestselling Rock Solid discipleship program and coauthor of Revolution of Compassion and Relentless.
Dave earned his MA from Fuller Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Kristy, reside in California and Washington, DC, and have four adult children.
Wendell & Lynda Vinson
Vice Chairman and President
Wendell and his wife Lynda Vinson became pastors of Canyon Hills Church, Bakersfield, California, over thirty years ago when it was a small congregation in need of revitalization. Today Canyon Hills is one of the leading multisite churches in Southern California, pioneering fresh approaches to church planting, church renewal, and taking the gospel to unreached tribes.
The Vinson’s unwavering compassion to love people to Jesus inspired innovative ways to better serve their community, such as Fort Faith, an award-winning children’s ministry center; Champion’ sClub, a state-of-the-art center designed specifically for children with special needs; Florence Gardens Senior Living Center, an affordable housing development for seniors; and Frazier Woods Conference Center. Canyon Hills is a forerunner in the CityServe network with the ongoing renovation of a two-hundre-thousand-square-foot commercial shopping mall that serves as an inner-city outreach center and CityServe warehouse HUB.
Wendell has trained pastors around the globe, advised world leaders, and helped to coordinate government briefings in Washington, DC, as part of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.
He currently serves or has served as a member of the board of trustees for Vanguard University, Costa Mesa, CA; Covenant Foundation of California; Convoy of Hope, Springfield, MO; Covenant Community Services kern County; Kern Leadership Alliance; and Mission One Eleven.
Wendell and Lynda have two adult children and are proud grandparents of the three grandchildren.
Dave & Ruscell Pavlin
Dave Pavlin is the co-founder and former owner of Therapy Support, Inc., a specialty medical equipment company that serves patients and partners throughout the Midwest.
Mark & Cindee Heath
Mark is the Founder/CEO/CFO of multiple property development and management companies with multi-state portfolios. He has served on numerous professional, education, and faith-based boards as treasurer. Mark has a Masters in Business Administration in Economics from San Jose State University.
Cindee is active in various aspects of the management company and charity, co-founded by her and Mark. She is a member of several educational and faith-based boards of trustees and committees. She has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Evangel University and a Masters of Science in Counseling from Missouri State University.
Strategic, focused, creative, and passionate about helping others and building relationships; these are just a few words to describe Christianne Debysingh. A highly sought-after professional with over two decades of Public Relations and Media experience, Christianne has served on staff for several internationally recognized projects, including Operation Blessing International (OBI), the humanitarian arm of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). In this position, she traveled globally and had the privilege of serving people of many nations, such as India, Kazakhstan, Romania, Ukraine, South Africa, and Mozambique. She was also involved in every aspect of each of her projects—from conceptual ideas to implementation and follow up. Christianne has also been a part of senior church leadership and served on the executive staff at her church while in Virginia. After leaving Virginia, she moved to Oregon and served as the Publicity Manager for Harvest Publishers, an Evangelical Christian Publisher for over fourteen years. While on staff, she used her exceptional project management skills and created and managed customized media campaigns and tours for select authors which increased visibility and sales. Because of her passion for building relationships and developing strong business partnerships, she consulted on numerous project acquisitions and created and maintained a corporate communication network with the media, authors, and their representatives. In 2019, after more than 14 years, Christianne left Harvest House and established the Elevare Media Group. Her goal is to continue using her knowledge, skills, and abilities to assist organizations to reach the world with their God-given messages through the media. Christianne is a graduate of Eugene Bible College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pastoral Studies with minors in Christian Education and Missions. During her years in Virginia Beach, she completed course work toward a master’s degree in communications, focusing on cross-cultural communication.
The youngest of five children she was born and raised on the island of Trinidad in the Caribbean. She currently resides in Eugene, Oregon.
Darren & Marci DeLaune
Darren is the senior executive pastor of New Life Church in Conway, Arkansas. DeLaune implements and executes the vision and values of NLC while overseeing the ministries and leadership teams on a weekly basis. He’s also involved in coaching pastors and planting churches throughout Arkansas and is actively involved in shaping and building CityServe in Arkansas and around the globe.
Dan & Ruth de León
Dan is the senior pastor of Temple Calvario, a prominent bilingual church in Santa Ana, California. Under his leadership, Templo Calvario has established seventy-five campuses in the United States and Latin America. He is a general presbyter of the General Council of the Assemblies of God. He has spoken before the US Senate and served on influential committees at the request of the president. He was privileged to be one of the keynote speakers at Promise Keepers conferences including Stand in the Gap in Washington, DC. He was the former host of the Club 700, the 700 Club in Spanish.
Ruth was born in Bisbee, Arizona to Pastor Jose & Isabel Ibarra. At the age of 3, the family moved to
In 1959, Pastor Ibarra, took over the pastorate of Templo Calvario, Santa Ana, California. I was only 11 years old and little did I know that Templo Calvario would become my church for life. Of course,
growing up in church, I was involved in all areas of ministries – children’s ministries, youth ministries,
music ministry, etc.
Pastor Danny came to Santa Ana and Templo Calvario in 1963. He was attending Vanguard University (Southern California Bible College) studying for the ministry. We met and fell in love and on August 6, 1966 (55 years this August), we married and established our roots here in Santa Ana and remained in
Templo Calvario as members.
In August 1975, (45 years in August) we became Pastors of the church and it has truly been an awesome journey; working in a bilingual church and also being able to have the church involved very
strongly in the community. Even while raising our three sons, I have always worked alongside my husband in many areas of ministry: presently as Director of Women’s Ministry. I was his Personal
Secretary at the church office for more than 30 years until such time as I was needed to become my Mother’s full-time caregiver.
God has blessed us with three sons – Danny, Jr. (who is the Executive Pastor of TC) is married to Kristine and they have given us 4 grandchildren, Danelle, Daniel, III, Jonathan and Christopher.
Danelle, Daniel, III and Jonathan are married. Joey lives in Georgia with his wife Lori and they have given us two grandchildren, Kaylee, and Kyle. Stephen and his wife Monique live here in Orange
County & have given us three grandchildren as well: Sascha, Mariah and Jeremiah. A total of 12, including the In-law grandchildren, and two great grandchildren, Marcus and Dominic.
To God be all the honor and glory!
Burl & Theresa Evans
Burl Evans is a business and technology executive specializing in project management and content creation for IT professionals.
Terry & Mary Inman
Pastor Terry Inman has served as lead pastor of Harbor Light Church in Fremont, CA for over twenty six years. The church has a regional influence in the greater San Francisco Bay area with a large K-12 christian school and many local and global compassion outreaches.
Pastor Terry has served for over thirty years on District and National leadership boards of the Assemblies of God. The Inman’s have a long history of partnership with compassion ministries like Convoy of Hope and Project Rescue. Pastor Terry also serves as the President and cofounder of the CityServe Pastor’s Network in the greater Fremont area. Over twenty local churches activity participate in their “Compassion Network” that daily connects congregants with the various felt needs of the community. They have recently hosted the CityServe International’s “USDA Farmers to Families” food distributions.
Pastor Terry envisions collaborative efforts of congregations meeting the needs of the underserved in the Spirit of Jesus. He is motivated by Jesus expression in Matthew 25. Ministry to the hungry, thirsty, alienated, exposed, infirmed and imprisioned, “the least of my brothers and sisters” is ministry to Christ.
He and his wife Mary enjoy their thirty one grandkids! In their spare time they have traveled to over 45 nations, often with compassion and leadership assignments.
Pastor Mary Inman is the mother of seven sons, and enjoys thirty one grandchildren. She currently serves Harbor Light Church in Fremont CA as an associate Pastor. She provides leadership for the church’s extensive Prayer Team ministry, global missions and supports the Pastoral Team in pastoral care and minsitry development.
She has traveled extensively with her husband Pastor Terry Inman and has led teams in international ministry. She has a personal passion to assist God’s people in fully realizing their God given destiny.
Dave & Jenica McMaster
Dave serves as President and Corporate Counsel for Uncommon Giving Corporation. He is also a board director for Uncommon Charitable Impact, Inc., a designated 501(c)(3) public charity.
Prior to joining Uncommon, Dave was Vice President of Business Development and Director of Currency Brand Management for Scottsdale Mint, LLLP where he led efforts to open new international wholesale markets and sales channels globally through wholesale distribution. An experienced negotiator and counselor for individual clients and corporate employers, Dave previously served as an attorney at Wagstaff & Cartmell, LLP in Kansas City. He was also Vice President, Municipal Government Affairs/Vice President – Member Services for Home Builders Association of Central Arizona.
Dave’s career began in Washington, DC where he held positions as Associate Director, White House Liaison Office at the U.S. State Department; Deputy Regional Political Director, Southwest Region for Bush-Cheney Campaign and Presidential Inaugural Committee; and Political Coordinator, Office of Political Affairs at The White House.
Dave earned his J.D. at the University of Kansas School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in political science with an emphasis in international security at Arizona State University. He is active in the Phoenix community and serves on the Homes for Good Leadership Committee.
Jenica serves as Managing Director, Partnerships for Uncommon Giving.
Jenica has 20 years of diverse experience in the areas of event planning, public relations, marketing, Christian ministry, public speaking and writing.
She most recently served as Regional Manager for CarePortal, Maricopa County, Arizona, a nonprofit organization working with state government and local churches to care for kids and families in crisis.
Jenica is a former co-lead of the Outreach Subcommittee for The Governor’s Council on Child Safety and Family Empowerment. She began her career in Washington, DC working for the Office of Public Liaison at the White House during the George W. Bush Administration. In this role, she was responsible for promoting the President’s policy agenda and initiatives through outreach to various communities. She also served as talent coordinator for the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York, NY where she booked and managed talent for the convention and surrounding official events. While in Washington, DC, Jenica served as account manager for an international public relations firm where she was responsible for the planning, management and execution of regional and national events.
A published author and speaker, Jenica’s Prayer with Purpose books encourage parents to pray and journal for their children starting at conception. She is a proud leader for the Scottsdale Bible Church MORE program where more than 200 preschool moms have the opportunity to gather bi-weekly for Bible study. Jenica received a bachelor’s degree in applied communications from Azusa Pacific University.
Scott & Darla Young
Scott and Darla founded the Church of Hope in Sarasota. They have served this church and community for the past 25 years. This ministry of HOPE is known for its passion for Jesus and outreach into the community. They both love to see people grow into their full God given potential.
Scott loves to follow Jesus. This journey as taken him along many paths. He has served as a Pastor, Evangelist, Professional NSA Speaker, and National Daily Television Producer and Broadcaster (hosting the live call-in program “You & Me”). People who have worked with Scott say he is known for his infectious joy and generous spirit.
He currently serves or has served on the leadership boards of the Christian Television Network, Pen-Florida Assemblies of God (currently as their District Assistant Superintendent), National Assemblies of God as a General Presbyter, Watoto Child Care (International and National Boards), Southeastern University Leadership Round Table and U.S. Missions Director for Pen-Florida (working with church planting and
His education includes an undergraduate degree in theology, a graduate degree in communications, and a doctorate in religious studies.
Scott and Darla are college sweethearts (graduating number one and number two in their class). Darla serves as co-founder of the Church of Hope Ministries and leads in ministries of prayer, teaching, and support for women and families. They have four adult children, three grand babies (as of April 2021) and a dog.
Anne “Auntie Anne” Beiler
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Terry Henshaw, Executive Director
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