United States Staff
Durwin, Jena Miller, and Family
The Miller family resides in Saint Joe, Indiana and enjoys traveling, camping, and finding creative things to do. Durwin owns Light House Woodworking and builds custom cabinets when not busy with IFM. Jena spends much of her time homeschooling Jadon, Kristen, Alisa & Justin.
Wismith and Rebecca Joseph
Wismith's knowledge of his culture and people is very appreciated. Wismith and Rebecca have a vision to help the young people of Haiti by providing solid biblical teaching and hope of a better life by teaching them various life skills. They have started Redeemed Vocational School. By teaching trades and skills, Redeemed seeks to help people help themselves.
Dominican Republic Staff
Tom and Laurie Mohler
The Mohlers are from Ellensburg WA. They have five grown children and sixteen grandchildren. Tom assists Kiko in local outreach and the men's Bible Study. He enjoys visiting with men and boys in the community. He also helps with regular worship services and is involved with carpentry projects occasionally. He has willingly helped with various projects in Haiti as well as the Dominican Republic. Laurie hosts the weekly women's Bible Study and leads a weekly girl's Bible Class. She is the secretary for the Mission in the Dominican Republic. She shares her sewing and baking skills with many in the community. Her hospitality and motherly love make their home a place all the staff love to visit. Tom and Laurie have been in the D.R. since 2010. They are such encouragers and their maturity is a blessing to the staff.
Kiko, Viki Perez Diaz, and Family
Kiko has been involved with IFM in children's ministry since 1999, and he was licensed to pastoral ministry in 2009. In August 2014, Kiko was ordained in the Jimani church. Kiko and Viki both have a passion for lost souls, and they are bold in sharing Christ with men and women in the community. They both serve their church family well. Kiko boldly preaches the Word of God, and leads a weekly men's Bible Study; Viki teaches a Sunday School class and a weekly women's Bible Study. They have three children, Victoria, David, and Justin.
Kiko has a good name in the community, and is eager to help anyone, day or night. Their home is nearly always open to children in the community.