Partner Missionaries

Partner Missionaries

Gary & Valerie Brumbelow

Gary: July 10th
Valerie: August 15th
ANNIVERSARY: June 8th, 1973

Gary and Valerie grew up in Texas and Nebraska respectively. Valerie graduated from Moody Bible Institute and Gary from Grace University. Gary also completed a master’s degree from Wheaton College. They have two married sons and twelve grandchildren. After serving thirty-one years with InterAct on the Canada field and at the home office, the Brumbelows are now seconded to Disciple Nations Alliance where Gary serves as editorial manager. He manages a blog – Darrow Miller and Friends – and works with writers and authors on books and other writing projects.

Partner Missionaries

Ted & Kate Mole

Ted: November 3rd
Kate: September 12th
ANNIVERSARY: June 11th, 1988

After graduation from university, Ted and Kate were married in a mission-minded church in Wilmington, Delaware in 1988. In 1992 Ted began teaching at Donetsk Christian University (DCU) in Ukraine. In 1994, he graduated from Denver Seminary with a Masters of Divinity in missions. From 1996 to 2000 the Moles served full-time with CB International in Ukraine, teaching at DCU and doing evangelism in their neighborhood. They joined the Russian team in Sakha in August 2001. After serving in the Sakha village of Namtsy for five years, they returned to the States to care for Ted’s mother. During that time Ted completed an M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College and then relocated to Alaska. The Moles have three adult sons, Matthew, Andrew, and Nathanael. They live in Soldotna, Alaska, where Ted works at New Hope Counseling Center as a Licensed Professional Counselor and as an adjunct professor at Alaska Christian College primarily serving Native Alaskan people and community clients.

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