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Members of the EPI mission team travel regularly to share their resources, but continue to reside in the U.S., allowing third-world pastors to lead their own churches in evangelism and discipleship.

EPI Mission Team

Martin and Helen OdiMinister, Uganda
Martin Odi was a pastor of a successful church at Ngora for ten years and Overseer (Bishop) of 200 churches in the Kumi district of Uganda for ten years before fully joining EPI as full time director of it in Uganda. Both Helen and Martin are involved in teaching and training with EPI in East Africa. They travel out of their home for almost half of every month, pouring their lives to the Body of Christ, including in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DR Congo and Southern Sudan… More
Dr. John and Bonnie BarberPastor, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Through EPI, Dr. John Barber helped to found Uzima Reformed College, Nairobi, Kenya, where he teaches theology several times a year. Dr. Barber holds degrees from Florida Atlantic University, Yale University, a Ph.D. in Intellectual Thought from Whitefield Seminary, and a second Ph.D. in theology from Potchefstroom University… More
Steve and Monica HanchettMissionaries
Steve and Monica met in Owasso, Oklahoma shortly after high school They married in 1979 and soon after Steve came to faith in Christ and experienced a call to ministry. He began pursuing a biblical education and attended Criswell College in Dallas eventually receiving degrees from Oklahoma Baptist University and Luther Rice Seminary… More
Carol ArnoldAuthor, Orlando, Florida
As the co-founder with her husband, Jack, Carol has traveled to all six continents, speaking at conferences and seminars to both pastors and their spouses of all denominations. Carol teaches that marriage is a ministry, and if marriages are not strong then ministries cannot be strong. She has spoken at Reformed Theological Seminary, Knox Seminary, New Geneva Seminary, Regent… More
Jim and Carole FitzgeraldMissionary, Orlando, Florida
Jim Fitzgerald serves as a missionary to North Africa and the Middle East. He is adjunct professor of Humanities, and has also taught courses in World Religions, Bible, Philosophy of Religion, and History at several colleges in the United States… More
Ken and Alison AullHockessin, DE
Ken Aull was born (July 9, 1955) and raised in Columbia, SC. He graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology in 1976. It was while in San Diego that Ken earned a Masters in Business Administration from National University. He attended Columbia International University where he earned a Masters in Divinity. Ken served as the… More
Phil and Rhonda Ann Smuland
For years Philip Smuland passed through different periods of license and legalism leaving him in doubt of his salvation. Raised in Texas by two godly parents he professed Christ but lived like a fool. However, sometime in his thirties the Lord broke through a hardened heart with the Gospel of grace. Undoubtedly, this was part of God’s wonderful wisdom preparing Phil for the ministry. More
Randy and Julie Pizzino
Randy Pizzino was blessed of God with Christian parents who gave him faithful nurture in the truths of the word. His father was a pastor, and Randy’s close relationship with his dad was used of God to teach Randy many practical lessons on pastoral ministry. More
Tim and Rosalind ChristensonMissionaries, Uganda & Kenya
Tim recently retired from the pastoral ministry to respond to the call to train pastors in developing countries. He completed his Doctorate of Ministry from Knox Theological Seminary to help pastors develop their own theological vision for their region. He is also planning to use his mastery of Hebrew and Greek and passion for Biblical Theology to help lay a solid foundation for pastors who have not had access to this kind of training. Response from his recent trip to Kampala, Uganda, and surrounding villages have confirmed his call dramatically. He is currently continuing his teaching ministry through a weekly skype class to STAWA University Students… More