AIMM Speakers available for your Congregation or Sunday School Class
The following persons welcome invitations to share with you about what God is doing in the countries where AIMM is active:
Brad Graber is presently a self employed business owner. Home Base: Waterloo, IA.
Stan Graber owns and operates Graber Backhoe, Inc. Home Base: Newton, KS.
Brad and Stan were born in Congo at Mukedi and grew up on the Charlesville station. They are children of Harold and Gladys Graber, who served with AIMM in Congo from 1950 - 1964. Stan and Brad visited Congo in the fall of 2008 and are actively building support for Congo ministry in Ndjoko Punda and elsewhere through the Congo Mennonite Church.
Arnold Harder, veteran AIMM missionary, has stayed in touch with Congo Mennonite Church leaders. Arnold makes regular ministry trips to Congo and can speak about current trends and news from the Congo Mennonite Church. Home Base: Mountain Lake, MN.
Dr. John Martens grew up in Congo, the son of Rudy and Elvina Martens who were part of AIMM's team in Congo 1952-60 and 1970-80. John is working to improve conditions for Mennonite Church of Congo medical personnel through the Congo Medical Supply Project. Home Base: South Bend, IN.
David Rocke also was raised in Congo, son of Glenn and Ina Rocke who served there with AIMM from 1946-1984. David has kept in touch with Congo through contacts with friends, travel, and connection to ministries active in that country. Home Base: Gilbert, IA.
Rod Hollinger-Janzen, through his work at the AIMM office, is in regular contact with African leaders and expatriate mission workers in Botswana, Burkina Faso, D R Congo and South Africa. Home Base: Goshen, IN
Charles Buller, AIMM's international staff person, makes regular trips to the DR Congo as part of his work with Congo Leadership Coaching Network. He keeps contact with a variety of church leaders across Congo. Home Base: Goshen, IN