This is an article from the November-December 1986 issue: The First Ten Years, The Last Campaign

Center Leadership

Center Leadership

Ralph and Roberta

The Winters are co founders of the US. Center for World Mission; were missionaries to Guatemala for ten years; and are parents of four daughters, all of whom, with their husbands, are in full-time frontier mission work. Ralph taught at Fuller Theological Seminary's School of World Mission for ten years, cofounded Theological Education by Extension (TEE), is general director of the U. S. Center for World Mission. Roberta works side by side with Ralph and has authored two books: Once More Around Jericho, about the founding of the Center, and I Will Do A New Thing, to be released in early 1987.

Art and Elaine

The MeCleatys felt led to join the USCWM in 1983 after working six years at Bethel College and Seminary. Their goal at the Center is to help prepare young people for effective team ministry on the mission field. Art brings 20 years of experience in personnel administration and management to his roles as general manager of the USCWM and vice president for business affairs of WCIU. His administrative strengths and steady leadership bring a necessary balance to the entrepreneurial environment of the Center.


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