CECP is dedicated to helping missionaries win. To fulfill this goal, we run an administratively light organization with very little overhead. Approximately 92% of everything that is given ends up on the mission field. Our team is committed to keeping this small administrative footprint to enable more gospel impact with the precious resources God's people provide.
Growing up reading about the need for the gospel in Eastern Europe through books like God's Smuggler, God called Tom to missionary life in Europe through a short-term missions trip in 1990. That trip sparked a church planting ministry in Ukraine and served as the catalyst for what has become CECP. Tom and Jean live in Scotland. They have six daughters and two grandsons. Along with leading CECP, Tom pastors CentrePoint Church and travels extensively in Europe working with leaders and churches.
A former CECP missionary to Scotland, Nicole brings a fresh perspective to all design matters and written communications. She currently lives in Maryland with her scientist husband and creative toddler daughter.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Wayne Graham is a real estate agent based along the North Carolina Outer Banks with Landmark Sothebys. Wayne graduated from Fuller Seminary with a degree in Cross-Cultural Missions. He has spent over 25 years working in China, North Korea, and across the Middle East. Wayne and his wife Michele have five children and one grandchild.
|Dr. Lee Nelson is board-certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS) and has been a partner at Boulder Neurosurgical & Spine Associates (BNA) since 2006. Dr. Nelson moved to Colorado to enjoy the outdoors and enjoys skiing, hiking, and motorcycle touring. He resides with his wife, Debbie, and their three children in Boulder County.|
|Mr. Tommy Samaha is a retired attorney and school teacher. He has served on numerous boards and recently became a board member of CECP. He and his wife Barbara reside in Little River, SC. They have four married sons and five grandchildren, so far.|
|Pastor Taylor Stewart is a missionary church planter who moved his family to Micronesia for a decade in the early 90s to establish churches in Guam & Saipan. Taylor now pastors a church in Raleigh called King’s Park Raleigh that he and his wife Elizabeth founded in 2011. Along with pastoring and teaching, Taylor enjoys stewarding his call to enjoyable ongoing prayer and intercession. Taylor and Elizabeth are blessed with three lovely daughters.|