Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ by engaging indigenous Pastors around the world. We seek to train Pastors and their congregants to share the gospel in a friendly, non-denominational approach across all ethnicities, creeds, nationalities and physical boundaries throughout the world. We desire to serve and share with all people groups through evangelism, Bible distribution, Pastoral discipleship, humanitarian aid, child and orphan care.
Rusty is a real estate Broker since 1983. He is married to Judy and they members of Village Baptist Church in Fayetteville, NC. Rusty stepped into the role of leadership for Face to Faith at the beginning of 2020 when the founder, Don Honeywell retired after many years of faithful and dedicated service to Lord.
Michele is a Christian mother of three and member of Village Baptist Church. She loves helping track the ministry donations from our wonderful supporters. She also keeps our team of National Trainers accountable with their conference reports and expense records for the glory of God.
Leigh Anne McLean is an invaluable member of the Board of Directors for Face to Faith Ministry serving as Secretary of the Board. She travels with Face to Faith on many of our international mission trips including Uganda, Nepal, Myanmar and more. Deeply faithful to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ she has a special heart and gift for women and children ministries. She is also an excellent Bible teacher offering discipleship training.
Board of Directors
Leigh Anne McLean has served on our Board of Directors as a member and as our Secretary. She has participated on many international mission teams. She especially loves working with women and children with the gospel of Jesus Christ. She and her husband have two daughters and a grandson and in Fayetteville.
Roger Vogel has been a supporter of Face to Faith Ministry for many years and has led international mission teams on his own. He has been an educator for much of his professional life.
Cindy Albertson is one of the most experienced member of the Board of Directors in serving in international missions. When she was called by God to serve fulltime in international missions she was called to the healthcare field. She went back to school to become a Register Nurse and now serves one of the largest ministries serving worldwide.
Lee and Sue Warren serve the Board of Directors together because of their love for the ministry. Lee Warren also serves Cumberland County, NC as the Register of Deeds. Lee and Sue have been long time members of Village Baptist Church.
Lanny Clark has been a business leader and manager for many years and a faithful member and supporter of Face to Faith for many years.
Reverendf Lee Wilson is one of our newest members of the Board of Directors joining in 2022. The Reverend Lee Wilson is a veteran of the US Army and empl0yed with Carolina College of Biblical Studies and Pastor.
Chuck Gore has been a home builder and land developer in the greater Fayetteville, NC market for many years. He is an original founding member of Village Baptist Church in Fayetteville where he has served in nearly every position including Deacon, Pastor Search, Chairman of the Deacon Board, Personnel Committee and much more. He and his wife Judy have three children and six grandchildren and make their home in Fayetteville.
Johnnie and Helen both faithfully serve the Face to Faith Board of Directors and as members of Village Baptist Church they serve in every capacity including the Choir. Among the many ways they serve the Lord through Face to Faith with our Bible Fundraiser running the Concession Stand at Upward Basketball.
There are five categories of expenses – General, Bibles, Child and Orphan Care, Humanitarian and Capital. The General category covers our primary focus, Faith Evangelism Conferences. It also includes operating expenses such as mailings, website maintenance, banking, accounting and other expenses. The Bibles fund covers purchasing Bibles in local languages. Child and Orphan Care helps with food, clothing, school fees and child evangelism programs such as VBS outreaches, literature and other helps. Humanitarian provides relief from natural disasters like earthquakes and pandemics and digging and maintaining wells for water. Capital expenses are for technology, transportation, etc. Staff members are volunteer so there are no salaries or wages. You can see the donations and expenses further described in the tax documents.
How we use your donations
There are four primary ways that you can support the ministry. First and foremost is with your prayers. We believe in the power of prayer and have experienced it in our lives. This includes our international partners and our local staff. 1 John 5:14-15 says, “Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we have asked of Him.” Pray for us to follow God’s will for the ministry and boldly pursue it. Secondly, you can support us with financial gifts and we realize they are gifts deserving of careful use and implementation. Click over to our donate page and you’ll see the five areas in which you can give, namely, General Funds, Bible Fund, Child and Orphan Care, Humanitarian Relief and Pastor support. Third, you can volunteer to serve with us. Check out our volunteer page. Fourth, you can go on a mission trip with us. We are planning trips all the time so connect with us on the “Go on a trip” page. Thank you in advance for your support.